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Mungret Music Festival
What a way to finish off a fantastic week. The 2 weekend ran very well and were enjoyed by all who attended. On Saturday Limericks own Tiny Giants kicked off the evening, Paddy Casey then took charge of the stage and knocked out some great tunes. Something Happens took to the stage and had the place rocking before they handed over to The 4 of Us who kept the music going before the Tiny Giants closed out the night.
Sunday was our family day where we had an earlier start when Olivia Douglas took to the stage with the Ryan Turner band, there was a constant flow of people attending which was great to see. Stuart Moyles was next up on stage with both young and the adults enjoying their surroundings. Cailini Lua entertained the gathering crowd with their mix of singing, traditional music and dancing.
All Folked up were getting the audience on their feet as they were getting ready to welcome Cliona Hagan who thrilled all audience with her breathtaking performance. Derek Ryan then appeared on stage and closed out the evening which delighted the masses of people who attended.
We are extremely grateful to all our volunteers who, without them we would not be able to put on this great night for the community to enjoy. Thank you to everyone.
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Con and Annie Kirby Puppy Stakes
Unluckily Likey Gift did not get through to the next round. On Saturday night there was a banner competition and we are delighted to say we came second place with Garryspillane taking first and Feohanagh Castlemahon taking third place. This Saturday is the Human race where we have James Garvey taking place, we would like to urge everyone to come out to support James. There are limited free passes available for the club, please contact Brian O’Halloran on 0868349399. We would like to thank the generousity of Noreen and JP McManus for hosting this great event for all Limerick GAA clubs
Mungret Music Festival
What a way to finish off a fantastic week. The 2 nights ran very well and were enjoyed by all who attended.
Nathan Carter performed on Friday night after the Tiny Giants and both bands were a hit with the crowd. We were extremely delighted to have Shane Dowling attend on this night and would like to Thank him for his patience and his song as he delighted the crowd when he climbed onto the stage and sang Limerick, your my lady with Nathan. The video of this has had a lot of views on our club facebook page.
The Saturday night we had the Tiny Giants warm up the crowd before Aslan appeared on stage and thrilled all their followers with a breathtaking performance. The Stunning then appeared on stage and closed out the night which delighted the masses of people who attended. We are extremely grateful to all our volunteers who, without them we would not be able to put on this great night for the community to enjoy. Thank you to everyone, we look forward to seeing you all again next year.
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Mungret Music Festival 2017
An unbelievable weekend in Mungret was enjoyed by many thousands of people as they all flocked to enjoy Nathan Carter, Hothouse Flowers, The Stunning and supporting act for both nights Tiny Giants. Mungret St. Pauls was really rocking over the two nights and we would like to take this opportunity to Thank everyone involved in putting together the site and taking it down along with all the volunteers who helped out over the weekend to maintain the running of the event, with out all our helpers the event would not have been as successful as it was. We would also like to Thank everyone who attended and enjoyed the nights.
Mungret Music Festival 2016
Last weekend has seen Mungret St. Pauls make its mark as a great music venue in the Mungret community. With months of planning and preparing the day finally arrived when we opened our gates to the thousands of festival goers. What a fitting setting for our inspiring line-up over the two days where we were thrilled to welcome Acoustra, Emma Lanford Music and Tiny Giants as the supporting acts for the main headliners, Hermitage Green and Nathan Carter. Both nights were a resounding success and enjoyed by all with a lot of requests to repeat it again next year. Well done to all the acts who entertained the crowd so well.
As always we need to send out a massive Thanks to all our generous sponsors (we will have a complete list next week). Our biggest THANK YOU goes to the people behind the scenes, the organising committee who did not sleep over the 3 days, the set up crew who put the site together, some people spent a week at the clubhouse getting the pitch ready for the gig. The catering committee who as always looked after all the volunteers very well keeping them topped up with tea and coffee. All the stewards that gave up their time to help make the concerts run smoothly and making sure all the festival goers had an enjoyable time. The clean up crew who arrived early on Sunday morning to take the site apart and bring the pitch back to its former glory. We can’t explain how much we appreciate all the time and commitment you gave to the festival, the weekend would be nothing without you all. To everyone who turned up and supported Mungret St. Pauls, if the comments on facebook are anything to go by we know you had an enjoyable time.
On Sunday the weekend ended up with another great success in the form of the Artisan Market which, with the sun splitting the rocks a lot of customers arrived to walk the footpath to check out the stalls. We would love to see this Market appear again.
We are sure the committee are already working on their next event and we look forward to see what they have planned next.
As part of our Mungret Music Festival featuring Nathan Carter & Hermitage Green we are hosting an Artisan Market on Sunday morning the 28th of August. We are looking to create a fun and friendly atmosphere slap bang on the grounds of our GAA club selling delicious culinary treats, handmade crafts & textiles. Our aim is to promote local, so If you are a budding stall holder and would like your opportunity to have a slot please make contact with Mike O Connell at 086-2437069 for more details.
Mungret Music Festival
There is a lot of excitement at the moment as there is a countdown to the sale of the tickets for Hermitage Green who preform on the Friday 26th and Nathan Carter who is on Saturday 27th August . A weekend not to be missed. Tickets go online from Wednesday May 4th at 12.00 noon on www.mungretmusicfestival.com. Weekend Festival is Strictly Over 18’s Ticket Prices are €18.50 for Hermitage Green and €25.00 for Nathan Carter .Why not take up on the 2 night Concert Deal for €38.50 . There will be an early bird price on Wednesday.
Mungret St. Pauls 10k
The weekend weather added to the success of the 6th 10K . This year the 5 K was an addition which saw some of the runners return before we knew it. Well done to all who took part, supported the runners and walkers, stewarded the course, cooked, cleaned, administration and a special Thank You to the organisers, a lot of hard work goes into running the behind the scenes.
There was a childrens fun races on Saturday 14 May which was very well attended and enjoyed by all the children. Thank you to the 10K committee who organised the flat races and the Healthy Club Committee who held the novelty races.
Con and Annie Kirby Memorial 2016
In sport you are never told to accept second best, this was an exception for the first time Mungret St. Pauls are delighted to be runners up as Riverside Oscar ran a fantastic race on Saturday night. He was not expecting to be placed and as a club we were delighted he had brought us to the final as many times he was not destined to get through to the next round. It all came down to luck and the draw on the trap and the hot favourite although having a good trap had a poor start and Riverside Oscar took advantage and kept going.
He was beaten by another near outsider Droopys Roddick who ran for Bruree they won €10,000, with Mungret St. Pauls gladly accepting €5,000.
We, as a club have to acknowledge Noreen and JP McManus for their very generous sponsorship. It is always appreciated all the help Noreen and JP have done with the GAA clubs in Limerick. We were delighted they made it in time to see the final race as they raced from Aintree.
We would also like to wish Riverside Oscar all the best in his future races for his owners and trainers.
Photographs from the jigs and reels are on https://www.facebook.com/mungret.pauls/media_setset=a.612763635499105.1073741909.100002964229353&type=1 these are the children that took part in the event.
This years mungret 10K is taking place on the Sunday 18th, at 1.30pm. We have prizes to the value of over €1500. The highlights for this years race include: chip-timing Extra-prizes for walkers, Technical T-shirts for all participants Pacers at 40,45,50,55, 60 mins BBQ and Liver Entertainment afterwards. This year our associate charity is again Continue Reading…
Sunday 19th May saw the masses converge on the GAA Club for the third annual Mungret St Pauls 10K which has become one of the biggest days in the Club calender. With approx 850 competitors the race took place on one of the finest days of the year so far, we arrange everything in Mungret! Continue Reading…