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Mungret St. Pauls 1-12 Monaleen 1-3

In very wet weather on Monday 2 April the U-16 footballers were on home ground as they played Monaleen. Mungret St. Pauls lead the whole way while Monaleen put pressure on our backs they were denied a score on a lot of trys.

We are delighted to say we have just under 100 children at our Easter Camp this week who seem to be really enjoying playing in the weather we are currently getting. There are still another 2 days of fun activities for the children.

Mungret St. Pauls 3-8 Na Piarsaigh 1-7

On Wednesday 28 March the U-15 hurlers traveled to Caherdavin where they were lucky to miss out on a heavy shower. From the off Mungret St. Pauls lead and held onto the lead going in at half time. The second half Na Piarsaigh started a bit stronger but Mungret St. Pauls had a strong hold on the lead. There were some great scores won and the Mungret St. Pauls defense worked hard to break down Na Piarsaighs challenges.

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On Sunday 18 February we had two teams out on pitches playing for their right to stay in the next stage in the Féile. First up we had the older team playing in Division 1 on the home pitch against Monaleen.

Mungret St. Pauls 0-4 Monaleen 0-2

The first half saw evenly matched teams with a draw at half time it could go either way in the second half but Mungret St. Pauls stood up to the challenges Monaleen gave them and brought the low scoring game in their favour bringing them forward to the Semi Final where they meet Newcastle West in Newcastle West on March 4 at 11am.

Mungret St. Pauls 2-3 Cappamore 1-3

On a dreary Sunday last our under 13 team took to the pitch to play Cappamore in the U14 Feile. We were missing a few players but had a panel of 18 for the game. The game started in a very competitive fashion with defenses on top. Our players were the physically smaller side but that did not inhibit them in any way.  We had some great interlinking play which resulted in a well taken Cian Baggot goal. We then conceded a soft goal ourselves which led the half time score to be 1-1 a piece.  In the second half we had to roll up our sleeves and we produced some great attacking play which resulted in a Muiris Ahern break away goal. Both teams exchanged a number of points before we had to defend a late onslaught on our goals with Conor Morgan, Brian Hassett and Jake Foley all made telling blocks to keep out the opposition.  Marcus Lyons was immense at centre back with our two midfielders John Wright and Cian Kinnevane putting their all into the game. Up front Mark O Brien, Luke Walsh and Diarmuid Hynes worked tirelessly and showed for everything. The final whistle came and we won out 2-4 to 1-4. It was a great team performance with players playing for each other and being fully committed to their team.  We have a bye in the next round. 
One thing for our club to note I think the Hassetts have created history with both Jason and Brian captaining Feile A and B match winning teams respectively!!! Well done to them!

On Friday 5 January a great crowd gathered to help celebrate with the fantastic U-14 hurling and football players who won the county hurling, county and féile football and were runners up in the all Ireland féile football in 2017. We were delighted to have Aaron Gillane to present the medals and individualised framed photographs for each of the 36 players involved in the teams. A big thank you to Denis Carroll and Mary Hassett for representing Limerick Bord na nÓg on the night also. This was a very well run night with many thanks to the coaches involved Liam O’Gorman, John Rochford, Ken O’Connor, Martin White, Mike Brennan, Mike Fitzgerald, Tom Bridgeman, Joe Harrington and Billy Mangan. We also need to acknowledge the help from the kitchen and hall- Helen McKeogh, Martina O’Halloran, Mary Synnott, Siobhan O’Gorman and Ger Synnott. We look forward with anticipation to see what this year brings this group of players and wish them all the best of luck in their training and matches this year.

On Friday night 1 Dec 2017 the U-8 hurlers and footballers had their final training session for the year with special guests arriving at the end when the U-14 hurling and football teams arrived with their trophies and were present for the medal presentation. We look forward to seeing all our players back in the new year when the children born in 2009 move up to U-10 and the children born in 2011 move up to U-8.


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