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Senior Football News

Limerick Players

Well done to the Limerick teams that were out over the weekend. The Camogie overcame Meath with a great win, while the Footballers knew they had a tough game against Laois but preformed well, we are delighted to have Pa Begley and Killian Ryan named on this panel. The Hurlers also took on Laois and won their battle, leading all the way while the Ladies Football were well represented by Mungret St. Pauls with Olivia Giltenane, Clíodhna Ni Cheallaig, Jennifer O’Malley and Clare O’Meara all on the panel they ended a low scoring draw with Carlow.



Club Social Night

There was a great turn out on Saturday night for the medal presentation for the U-21 City East hurling Champions, Junior B City hurling Champions and the Premier Minor Footballers. We thank everyone for attending on the night, our special guest of honor on the night was Billy Lee, manager of the Limerick Football team and Seamus McNamara, Vice Chairman of the County Board who presented the medals on the night . There were 73 players to receive medals on the night with only 2 players collecting all three medals. Well done to all the players, we look forward to what 2018 holds for us this year. Photos available on our facebook page by clicking HERE


Club Social Night

Mungret St. Pauls GAA club will host a very unique occasion on this coming Saturday night at 8pm as we honor champion winning teams of last year. Guests of honor on the night are our minor football team who successfully defeated Monaleen in the Premier Football final in the Gaelic Grounds. They were superbly led on the day by Jack Coyne and Michael Uwatse to take home the much coveted Premier Minor Football Cup against all the odds.
Our Junior B hurlers also had a great run over the last few years keeping hold of the City Junior B Cup for the last 3 years. While they comfortably won the City title they had challenging games in the County title fight narrowly bowing out to Bruff after their second attempt
The first silverware brought back to the club in 2017 was the U-21 City East cup with lot of young player on this panel we will get a chance to see a lot of them play again shortly. This team also narrowly missed out on the County title by Bruff .We are delighted to have the honor of Billy Lee, limerick Football manager to present the medals on the night while Donal Fitzgibbon will be helping to make the night run smoothly. After the food we have musical entertainment so don’t forget your dancing shoes.If you have not gotten your tickets for the night please contact Maurice Walsh on 086-8239000.We look forward to seeing you all there.


The club AGM will take place on Thursday 25 Jan 2018 at 7.45pm in the clubhouse. All motions and nominations to be forwarded to by Friday 12th @5pm. Alternatively, motions and nominations can be left for Brian O’Halloran’s attention in the clubhouse.


U-21 Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-3 Rathkeale 0-13
This has been a hard Championship for our players. Their first match was at the end of October and then they had to play 2 matches in 3 days.
Mungret St. Pauls started off on the back foot on this match as Rathkeale held a 4 point lead before Mungret St. Pauls put up their first point followed closely by their second point. Rathkeale struck another 2 points before Mungret St. Pauls drove the ball up the field and settled it well into the back of the net. There were missed chances on both sides and a great save by our goalie kept the Rathkeale score to 4 points ahead at half time.
In the second half Rathkeale held possession of the ball with Mungret St. Pauls only getting one break to score successfully. They halted Rathkeale in their attempts on scoring only getting 4 points in this half.
Thank you to the players and mentors who now take a break until the new year when the U-21 Hurling resumes.
Photos on our facebook page by clicking HERE


U-21 Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-10 Oola 0-13

On Saturday 28 October in Kilbreedy the U-21 footballers went out to play their first of 3 matches in their group, as 2 teams have pulled out this means every score counts. Mungret St. Pauls took home the trophy last year and are looking to hold onto it this year, the game against Oola was tough with the weather not being ideal Mungret St. Pauls got stuck in and ended the game on draw with Mungret St. Pauls getting in the only goal of the game. They next meet Rathkeale on Saturday 18 November in Askeaton before going on the play Fr. Casey’s in the Bog Garden on Saturday 25 November.


Minor Football Semi Final

Mungret St. Pauls 3-11 Newcastle West 3-9
It took extra time to see these two teams separate on Friday 22 September in Mick Neville Park, after a tight and well fought game, where the goals were changing the leaders in the game.
Newcastle West opened the game with a goal while Mungret St. Pauls reply was a point but, they soon changed the game when they followed that up with a goal and another point only for Newcastle West to score their second goal and reclaim the lead once more. Mungret St. Pauls did not hold back and after a tussle at the Newcastle West goal were awarded a penalty which rattled the net for Mungret St. Pauls second time handing the lead back over. Newcastle West passed a few balls over the Mungret St. Pauls cross bar to close the first half on a draw.
With a lot of the scores coming fast in the first half there was still a few more to come in the second when Mungret St. Pauls reconnected the ball to the back of the Newcastle West goal to hand back over control of the score board. With the lights coming on both sides the players kept adding point to the board with Mungret St. Pauls keeping the lead the last goal of the game equaled the score again minutes before the final whistle. 
With another game waiting to be played on the sideline extra time was confirmed and the teams joined each other again on the pitch. Cramp was being to set in on some of the players legs and the coldness of the night set in. The winners would be the players who can stay on their feet and get the points over the bar. Mungret St. Pauls were putting everything into the game and edged ahead with 2 points they held on tight to this until the final whistle. 
Mungret St. Pauls now face Monaleen in the Premier County Final.

Photos available on our facebook page by clicking HERE


Minor Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-6 Rathkeale 0-9

On Friday 1 September the Minors traveled to Rathkeale where they played a low scoring game. By keeping the team working together they held off any goals while working the ball up the field and scoring when the chance arose. This result sees them now into a Semi Final on 22 September in Mick Neville Park at 6.45pm against Newcastle West.


Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-10 Claughaun 3-13

In Clarina on a blustery Friday 18 Aug, Mungret St. Pauls did not have a good day as Claughaun proved to be a better team on the score board.

The game started strong for Mungret St. Pauls when they took a quick lead with a goal, to be their only one in the game. Claughaun came back punishing Mungret St. Pauls with 4 points and a goal unanswered. Mungret St. Pauls were not getting many chances letting only one go wide before they struck a point just after the 20th minute of the game, this they followed up with another quick point, with a free pointed for both sides the end of the first half closed with Claughaun adding on another 2 points.

The second half Mungret St. Pauls had the breeze, but this could send the ball in the wrong direction. Again Mungret St. Pauls came out strong closing the gap with two points from play, Claughaun were not resting and passed another 3 balls over the bar while Mungret St. Pauls were playing simple ball they were getting their points in until Claughaun tucked another ball in behind our goalie. Claughaun held possession of the ball while Mungret St. Pauls were tirelessly defending they took points when they could but were unfortunate to not get the ball cleared up the field enough to break Claughaun.

This leaves Mungret St. Pauls 4th in the group table with Glin and Bruff still to play who are currently under Mungret St. Pauls.

Photos on this match available on facebook by clicking HERE

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Minor Football

Mungret St. Pauls 0-5 Monaleen 1-13
Monaleen opened the scoring on this match and followed it up with 6 more unanswered points before the 25th minute of the game where Mungret St. Pauls successfully struck the ball between the uprights for their first point of the match and the last score before the half time whistle.
Monaleen came out strong again in the second half building up another 2 points and a goal until Mungret St. Pauls struck again with their second point of the game. Monaleen were quick in their response sending over 3 points in minutes. Being 13 point behind Monaleen the only thing Mungret St. Pauls could do was defend the goals which they did well blocking down Monaleens chances and managed to pop over another 2 points and finishing the game off with their 5th point.
They still have 2 more games to play in the County Premier Minor Football Championship.

Photos available on our facebook by clicking HERE

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Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-10 Galbally 3-9
The Intermediate match took us to Hospital on Friday 4 August. The sun was out for the match to see Galbally steer their way through to a 5 point win.
A free for Galbally at the opening of the game directed the way the rest of the match was to play out with Mungret St. Pauls being on the wrong side of the frees for most of the game but Galbally getting more names in the refs book. A few minutes into the game and Mungret St. Pauls had the ball seen to the back of the Galbally net ,with Galbally pushing hard on our back they were denied 2 chances on goal while popping over 3 points to Mungret St. Pauls 2. Mungret St. Pauls still held a narrow lead until Galbally were third time lucky to get the ball into the net. By the end of the first quarter Mungret St. Pauls passed another 2 balls over the bar to bring the game to a draw 5 minutes later and a point a piece the game came to a draw for the last time. Two frees pointed and two more from play for Galbally saw the game to the half time score.
Straight into the second half Galbally broke through the Mungret St. Pauls defense and smashed the net. Mungret St. Pauls had the wind in this half and were the only team to get a chance on points sending 7 balls wide and also notched up a square ball while only converting 5 points in this half. Mungret St. Pauls had narrowed the lead but Galbally ended the this half the way they started it with their last score of a goal. This saw the game to the end with Mungret St. Pauls playing a game of football while Galbally crowded them on the field.

Photos available on our facebook by clicking HERE

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Junior Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-14 St. Patricks 1-10
Thursday 20 July had our footballers on home ground with St. Patricks. The rain made an appearance for the second half and did not give up. The game started off on a point for point for most of the first half, Mungret St. Pauls held a one point lead by the break.
The restart brought a more interesting game within the opening minutes Mungret St. Pauls struck the ball into the St. Patricks net along with 3 unanswered points Mungret St. Pauls were looking strong. They put pressure on the St. Patricks forwards forcing three wides and only 2 points with Mungret St. Pauls canceling out those with their own 3 points. There was a lot of work in the pitch trying to obtain posession, St. Patricks made use of Mungret St. Pauls lack in consentration and came through with a goal of their own acompanied with 2 points. Mungret St. Pauls produced 2 more points before St. Patricks closed the game with a pointed free.
With only a 4 point win Mungret St. Pauls needed double that to get top of the table in this game.

Photos available on our facebook by clicking HERE

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Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Glin 2-14 Mungret St. Pauls 0-11

In Glin on Tuesday 11 July the footballers took to the field to face into a demanding game where they were blocked at each challenge.

On the leader board it looks like Glin only played 2 of their matches previous to Tuedays match while Mungret St. Pauls playing all 4 of their schedualed matches wining 3 of them they were challanged in this match and it was the goals that Glin scored that were the obstacle Mungret St. Pauls just could not get over.




On Saturday 1 July we had a great day full of GAA. During the day we had some great displays of skill by all sections. The highlight of this was the U-12 Camogie match where they put in an enormous amount of work into the game and it payed off when they beat Crecora in their challenge match, the first time quite while to achieve. Keep up the great work girls. At 6pm the scheduled Division 3 match in football against Galtee Gaels were ahead, there is a separate report on this match but we are delighted to have a win in that game. It was next up for the Premier Intermediates when they took on Clares Clooney Quinn and having loaned a player to the Clare side it was great to see both teams getting stuck in.

Every one was welcome into the club house for food and refreshments and then it was a cue for Donal Fitzgibbon to take to the microphone and present some fantastic certificates to the officers of the past who wore the battle scars of being in office in Mungret St. Pauls during the 30 year period.

This was where we officially launched the commemorative book compiled by Gerry McNamara ( who is available at a reasonable price to autograph your copy) of the history of the last 30 years since the Community Centre was built. Well worth a read- guaranteed you will find something about the club or the people in the club that you never knew before.

At a great price of only €10. Get your copy now before they are gone.

Available at;
Mungret Post Office
Club shop (open 11.30am to 12.30pm every Saturday)
Clubhouse bar every monday night from 9.30pm on
Noreen Moriarity, Raheen- 087-6228396
Gerry McNamara, Raheen- 085-1901900
Kathleen Dowling, Gouldavoher- 086-3601478
Teresa O’Brien, Mungret- 061-353898

Thank you to everyone who helped compile it with words, wisdom or pictures. A special Thank You to Gerry McNamara who took on this task and put a lot of hard work into it.

The night was topped off with a rare video from the official opening of the club house 30 years ago and some lively music playing in the lounge.

Thank you to every one to attended during the day and at night to help the club in our milestone celebration.

Photos available on our website by clicking HERE

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Junior B Football

Ballinacurra Gaels 2-12 Mungret St Pauls 1-11
Thursday 29 June in Ballinacurra was the meeting place for the Junior B footballers when they played Ballinacurra Gaels. It was not the best of nights for a football match but Mungret St. Pauls started off strong with a well placed ball in the home goal. This was cancelled out with a penalty for Ballinacurra Gaels. Mungret St. Pauls had the breeze advantage but did not use it as best they could and only finished the half with a point lead.
The second half saw Mungret St. Pauls struggle as they were kicking into the breeze and the kickouts were not getting where they were ment, leaving us to work the ball up the field without loosing possession. A second goal was needed but Mungret St. Pauls were unsuccessful in this endevour, taking the loss.

Photos of this match are available on our facebook page by clicking HERE

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Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 0-16 Galtee Gaels 2-4
A great day and performance from the footballers in what was our celebratory day for the Clubhouse celebration on Saturday 1 July.
It was a slow starting game for Mungret St. Pauls with Galtee Gaels scoring first it took Mungret St. Pauls 10 minutes to get the ball over the cross bar but made up for it by following that with another 3 points in as man minutes. We took possession of most of the kickouts and were very unlucky when the ball was send for a goal to be hit out and rebounded back by a Galtee Gaels player into the net, taking any lead we had built up away. Mungret St. Pauls stayed working away managing to get some balls over with the wind coming across the pitch causing a few wides for both sides. Half time saw the game on an even score with plenty more left for the second half.
Mungret St.Pauls were quicker off the mark in the second half getting in a quick point followed by 5 unanswered points. We then made the mistake of gifting a penalty to Galtee Gaels early on in the third quarter to be converted. Mungret St. Pauls made use of the wings and worked the ball up the pitch well, with the younger members of the team making a name for themselves.
It was great to see this was played by both teams more like a football match should be with plenty of high ball and kicking.

Photos of this match are available on our facebook page by clicking HERE

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Clubhouse 30 Year Celebration

The club would like to invite all our members past and present to our day of celebration on Saturday July 1 the club are delighted to be hosting a day of fun for everyone.

10am – 1.30pm The ladies football begin the day with a display of their skills.

1.30pm – 3pm The Camogie take over with an U-12 challenge match V. Crecora

3pm -6pm The Juvenile boys complete the younger side of the club with their display of skills.

At 6pm the Intermediate Footballers play Galtee Gales

At 7.30pm sees the Premier Intermediate Hurlers play a challenge match against Clooney Quinn.

9pm food will be available in the club house followed by the highlight of the day, where a specially commissioned 140 page book bringing you back through the last 30 years since the Mungret St. Pauls Community Centre opened ,will be launched and put on sale for only €10.

The bar will be open at 6.30pm on the day and we would like to extend our welcome to everyone to attend throughout the day to support our players (young and older) and to stay on for our celebration, spokesman on the night is Donal Fitzgibbon and music will follow the short speaches.


Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 0-11 St. Senans 2-10

Friday 16 June in Askeaton was where the Limerick Motor Centre sponsored Intermediate Football team faced into a tight match against St. Senans. The goals were the game clincher while Mungret St. Pauls were only successful getting the points over during the game.

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Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 5-12 Kilteely Dromkeen 2-6

On Tuesday 30 May our Limerick Motor Centre sponsored Intermediate Football traveled to Kilteely were they played Kilteely Dromkeen. While Mungret St. Pauls set up their score in the first 20 minutes of the game they stepped back on their pressure and that is where Kilteely Dromkeen got to break the defences and put in their scores. A great win for Mungret St. Pauls to build on.


Junior Football

Mungret St. Pauls 0-11 Ballybrown 1-19
In Kildimo on a very wet Friday 27 May was where the neighbours met for the Junior Football final. Mungret St. Pauls started the game with a goal save with Ballybrown coming out quite strong, it was the frees where their points were being made at the start. Mungret St. Pauls were quick in their response and brought the game on even score until Ballybrown took the lead and control of the rest of the game. Mungret St. Pauls did not give up especially in the second half where the Mungret St. Pauls defenders were put to the test when Ballybrown fought to get a second goal but with the back line standing together denied all chances taken and left Ballybrown shooting a free to point.
The second half saw a lot of wides with Ballybrown taking 8 wides and Mungret St. Pauls with 5 wides.
Our neighbouring parish took the trophy home.

Photos available on our facebook by clicking HERE

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Minor Football

Mungret St. Pauls 2-7 Galbally 3-10
Galbally have always given us a good game and this was no exception having traveled to Galbally on Friday 28 April Mungret St. Pauls stood up to their challange but failed to make an impact on Galbally.


Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 2-15 Bruff 0-8
In Cappamore on Friday 28 April our Intermediate footballers were ready to take on Bruff. Mungret St. Pauls got stuck in and stayed strong throughout the game and were rewarded with a great win. This is the third win for footballers.

Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 3-7 Glin 1-10

On Friday 21 April Askeaton was the venue where Mungret St. Pauls and Glin played in the Griffin Coaches Championship. Mungret St. Pauls took an easy 2 goal lead by half time but Glin came back in the second half but were denied any lead as Mungret St. Pauls held on by a goal.



Minor Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-11 Newcastle West 0-7
Newcastle West traveled to Mungret for the first match in the Premier Championship on Friday 14 April. This was a great start for our Minor team where there was a lot of play up and down the field but it was Mungret St. Pauls that was more on target with their scores. With some attempts on both goals Mungret St Pauls were the only ones to succeed with one goal getting past the Newcastle West goalies grasps. While some difficult shots were pointed it was sometimes the easier ones that disappointed. Overall a great result in the starting game.

Photos on our facebook


Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 2-11 Pallasgreen 1-7

On what was a busy night for the club and club pitch they Intermediate footballers opened the night of games aganst Pallasgreen on Saturday 15 April. Mungret St. Pauls were in top form as they produced some fantastic moves on the pitch. It was unfortunate when a substitution was required with 10 minutes left but Mungret St. Pauls had the game won. We wish Noel Kelly the best of luck in his new role of sideline supporter for the next few weeks.


Junior Football

Mungret St. Pauls 3-14 St. Patricks 2-12

Our Junior footballers had a great game in Rebhogue on Thursday 13 April when they played St. Patricks, although 2 goals scraped passed the backs Mungret St Pauls replied with 3 balls into the back of the St. Patricks net. This was a great game with the ball in constant flow up and down the pitch with Mungret St. Pauls making the most of their chances.


Junior Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-13 Claughaun 0-14

On Thursday 6 April the Junior Footballers were home to Claughaun where they had a tight match but it was the goal that helped Mungret St. Pauls take the win. They are next out on Thursday night in Rebhogue against St. Patricks


Limerick Footballers

Congratulations to our 5 players named for the Minor Football panel, Colm Moran (Vice-Captain), Eoghan Killian, David Burke, Michael Uwatse and Neville O’Sullivan. Well done lads you are doing Mungret St. Pauls proud.


Limerick Senior Football walk

Members of the Limerick senior football panel and backroom staff will take part in a climb of Galtymore in order to generate proceeds to help the Limerick Senior Football Training Fund.
The Climb of Galtymore, the highest peak of the Galty Mountains on the border between counties Limerick and Tipperary, will take place Sunday 9th of April 2017. This event is open to Family, Friends, and supporters of Limerick Footballers and members of the general public. The entrance Fee for this event is €20 per person. Aside from the climb there will also be a leisurely walk for those who wish to take part in a more relaxed pace. Registration for the event is at 10am on Sunday morning 9th April and it promises to be a very enjoyable days outing.
Anyone who wishes to partake, in either the walk or the climb, for health and safety reasons so we have an idea of numbers attending is requested to confirm their place by contacting Colette O’Grady by phone ( 086 – 8476 299) or email The climb will be lead the Kilcoran Walking Club.


Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 0-8 Claughaun 2-11

On Saturday 25 March the Limerick Motor Centre sponsored Intermediate Football team traveled to Claughaun, we were a depleted team and Claughaun proved too strong for our players who put in a great game but unable to put a ball in the net was the disadvantage. A disappointing loss for the team.



Well done to Killian Ryan who has been announced as the Captain for the Limerick U-21 football team. Also on the Limerick panel are Adam Storan and Michael Fitzgibbon, we wish the boys, their team and mentors the Best of Luck for 2017.



Our U-21 footballers closed the 2016 season on a high note, winning the county title against Galtee Gaels on Friday night at Martinstown. It was a very cold December night on a heavy pitch which required hard work and a big effort by all the players to bring home the cup. It was particularly pleasing for this squad as so many of them had played in the U-21 county finals of the past two years where we had lost to Adare and Galbally.
The team opened brightly, getting on top in midfield through Eoin O’Doherty and Killian Ryan with good support from wing forwards Danny Taylor and Colm Moran, which lead to multiple scoring chances. The forwards kicked a series of good points from distance, all from play, with Adam Storan, Eoin Ryan, Ronan Beatty, Stephen Scanlon all contributing but unfortunately we did not avail of a couple of goal scoring opportunities as they came which would have built a winning lead out of all the possession. The lead was 6 points to nil after 25 minutes when Galtee Gaels came back into the game strongly, started to dominate possession and kicked a number of good scores of their own to leave the halftime score a narrow lead at 6 points to 5 for Mungret St Pauls. Sean Mullane and his back line of Cathal Shinnors, Chris Dunford and Eoin Galvin, Brian Barry, Conor Garvey & John O’Donovan had done very well to ensure a goal was not conceded.
Following a couple of switches, we opened the second half brightly, gaining more possession and as a result we had the first score. It was nip and tuck from there for the third quarter until the fresh legs provided by subs Declan Brown, Adam Barry, Michael Uwatse and Eoghan Killian introduced to the forwards gave us an attacking advantage as we stretched the lead out to 3 points. Cathal Shinnors kicked the score of the game, involved in a move all the way from his cornerback position then kicking it over from the right corner with help from the post and crossbar. To their credit Galtee Gaels continued to battle and had a shot from a long way out whistle just over the bar to narrow the lead to 2. Eoghan Killian restored the lead with a fine run from midfield to the 13 topped off by chipping over a point to leave the score at 11 points to 8. Both sides battled right to the final whistle as our boys held out to claim the trophy which was presented to our captain Ronan Beatty by John Cregan on behalf of the county board.
Thanks to referee Michael O’Flaherty and his team who officiated fairly and sensibly in the difficult conditions.
The team and scorers were as follows. All 11 points were scored from play.
Sean Mullane, Cathal Shinnors (0-1), Chris Dunford, Eoin Galvin, John O’Donovan, Conor Garvey, Brian Barry(0-2) , Killian Ryan(0-2), Eoin O’Doherty, Danny Taylor, Adam Storan (0-2), Colm Moran, Stephen Scanlon (0-2), Ronan Beatty (0-1), Eoin Ryan, Subs used; Declan Brown, Eoghan Killian (0-1), Adam Barry, Michael Uwatse
The following players had played in earlier rounds of the championship; Ciaran Laffey, Peter Harrington, Niall Goggin, Ryan Minihan, Michael Fitzgibbon
Mentors for the team Bosco Ryan, PJ Garvey, John O’Donovan and Liam O’Connell.
We look forward with renewed confidence to the 2017 season after our club footballers at U-16, minor, U-21 and intermediate all gave a good account for this year, reaching three county championship semi-finals, losing each time to the eventual winners, and one successful final across the four squads.

Photos on facebook by clicking HERE

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U-21 Football

Mungret St. Pauls 5-11 Granagh-Ballingarry 0-7

A Chilly but dry Sunday 11 December in Adare Mungret St. Pauls where a depleted team yet again with a lot of players committed to work and family occasions but they took to the pitch all the same. There were a lot of younger players on the pitch for Mungret St. Pauls and they quickly settled into the game not letting Granagh-Ballingarry getting much ball to their forwards. A goal and two points were notched up very quickly. By the end of the first half a hat trick of goals match with 9 points had Mungret St. Pauls well in the lead against Granagh-Ballingarrys four points. The second half saw a slower start where it took 16 minutes before either team scored this was Granagh-Ballingarry getting in one of three points in this half. Mungret St. Pauls were playing into the sun and send a few balls wide of the goals but made sure the goal balls were well placed in the net. This was a great game for the younger players which brings them through to the final next weekend where they face Galtee Gaels in  Kilbreedy at 8pm on Friday 16 December.

Photos from this match on facebook by clicking HERE

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U-21 Football

Tory Gaels 2-06 Mungret St Pauls 0-08

In Clarina the U-21 team were a bit lacking in players but had to carry on but Tory Gaels took charge and Mungret St. Pauls never really lifted the game.

Well done to this team and mentors for waiting the whole year to play their games.

They are out again on Sunday when they meet Granagh/ Ballingarry/ Banogue in the U-21 B Football Championship Semi Final in Adare at 12noon. All support welcome.

U-21 Football Semi Final

Mungret/St Pauls 2-12 St Patrick’s 1-09
With temperatures dropping this match saw a lot of fumbles and the bounce caught us out a few times. This is the first time this team have gotten out all year on Friday 25 November. They worked well together working the ball up the field and defending, quite a few missed opportunities saw them working very hard to get in the points. In the second half they upped their game and brought the play to another level. They took a lead but had to try maintain it as the time ticked by.
They now go into the City Final. Well done guys.

Photos on facebook by clicking HERE

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Best Wishes

We would like to wish Brian Begley and the rest of the backroom team on his role as a selector under the new manager Billy Lee for the Limerick Football team.



Minor Football

Monaleen 3-8 Mungret St. Pauls 2-6

Mungret St. Pauls traveled to Mick Neville Park on Monday 4 October where they were met with Monaleen. Mungret St. Pauls had a very slow start in the first half with Monaleen dictating the play. Mungret St. Pauls got a point in just before the half time whistle while Monaleen had built up a 2-7 lead.

The scond half saw Mungret St. Pauls come to life and getting in a goal and a point before Monaleen knew the game had begun. The gap kept closing with Monaleen not getting any chance on scoring leaving Mungret St. Pauls to dictate play bring the gap back to only a goal dividing the two teams but in the dying minutes of the second half Mungret St. Pauls conseeded a goal to reply with a goal of their own but they just did not get the gap closed down and after working so hard to close in on Monaleen they almost got there but the final whistle saw an end to the Minors hard battle. Well done to all the players and mentors we look forward to seeing this high standard of football again next year.


Football Reunion

On Saturday 1 October the club hosted the football reunion to celebrate the great victories from

Junior Football 1990, Intermediate Football 1997 and 2004 and the Senior Football 2001. There was a great turn out on the night and are very greatful to all our past members who traveled to attend. As with all events some of the players were unable to attend and were noted in their absence.

As usual these events don’t happen on their own and we would like to thank Donal Fitzgibbon and his team of hard workers, to Helen McKeogh who helped out on the catering and to John Furey and his bar staff for their expertise on the night.

Photos from the night are available on our website by clicking HERE


Intermediate Football

Adare 1-7 Mungret St. Pauls 1-6
To lose any match is hard but to lose a Semi final by one point after fighting hard to bridge the gap is heart breaking and this is what has happened to our hard working Intermediate Footballers. In Mick Neville Park on Saturday 24 September.
Adare had the advantage in the first half with the frst score of a lucky chance goal, followed by a point before Mungret St. Pauls replyed with a point. Half time held a low score of only 1-2 to 0-2. There was a lot of work done in the field but Adare sent a lot of chances wide which MSP’s were glad of.
The second half saw Mungret St. Pauls cpme out and put the first point to the board. Yet again it was slow scoring but the goal by MSP send a renewed energy into the players and they kept up the pressure on the Adare team and near the end of the game a lovely kick saw the ball sore over the Adare goal to bring both team to a draw. With the clock ticking it was either next score wins or go on for extra time. Unfortunaly it was Adare sho got the next touch to the ball and directed it over the bar. A disapointing result but the guys can be happy with their performance and achiving a place in the Semi Final.

Photos available on facebook

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Minor Football

Mungret St. Pauls 2-10 Newcastle West 0-1
On wednesday 21 September the minors were on home ground against Newcastle West. This was a game where a lot of skill was on show and great team work was used. It was a one sided score, a lot of Newcastle Wests scores were wide with their only point from play in the first half.
Mungret St. Pauls played a strong game and had a goal scored in both halves. A welcome win.

Photos available on facebook.



Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-15 Glin 0-3

In Askeaton on Friday 2 September Mungret St. Pauls had a great match against Glin and were delighted with the win.


Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Galbally 0-13 Mungret St. Pauls 0-11

In Bruff on Monday 29 August the Intermediates met their match when they faced Galbally. This was an unfortunate loss as the scoreline could have been much different had we not put so many balls wide, as this was a fairly even game with the ball being in play on both sides equally. Only 2 point difference secured the win for Galbally.

Minor Football

Mungret St. Pauls 3-12 Fr. Casey’s 0-9

A great match for the minors who played out of their skins and earned the win on Tuesday 30 August in Abbeyfeale. This seemed a one sided game with Fr. Casey’s breaking through the defence a few times and taking their score.


Minor Football

Mungret st. Pauls 0-9 Adare Gaa 1-4
Adare traveled to Mungret for the minor football on a dry but windy Friday 12 August. The first half saw Mungret St. Pauls put in some great defensive play keeping Adares score to a mininum of only 2 points. Mungret St. Pauls did not use the wind to their advantage but did have a 4 point lead at half time, the second half needed an extra 20% effort put in with Adare having the breeze on their side. Throughout the game there was great blocking and use of space. Both teams seemed to be of equal fitness but Mungret St. Pauls had the edge and came off the pitch winners. They have 2 games left in the group and need to win both to progress.
Photos available on our facebook page



Minor Football

Monaleen 2-12 Mungret St. Pauls 0-8
In the Peafield road pitch the Minors took on Monaleen in a physical game on Friday 5 August. Monaleen stuck in an early goal while Mungret St. Pauls regrouped and managed to bring the score level for a while. This did not last long as Monaleens speed and fight proved too strong for our young minor team.
They next face Adare on the 12 Aug at home.
Photos from this match are on facebook by clicking HERE

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Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football 29 July 2016

Mungret St. Pauls 1-20 Cappamore 2-4
With a bit of a cross wind the Limerick Motor Centre sponsored Football team met with Cappamore in Claughaun. When these two teams met last year it did not end too good for Mungret St. Pauls.
The match started with a goal for Cappamore with in a minute of the throw in. This shook the Mungret St. Pauls players up and it took them another few minutes to settle into the match and start to play as a team. When they got into the grove it turned into a lovely game. They dominated at the Cappamore kickouts winning them and sending the ball back for a quick score. This continued on for the rest of the match where they worked with each other and with the fresh legs of the subs it kept the game running. Well done on a great result.

Photos of the match are on our facebook page.


Minor Football

St. Patricks 2-5 Mungret St. Pauls 0-10

On Wednesday 27 July the Minor footballers were in Rhebogue to play St. Patricks where they struggled to keep the ball in their possession but managed to get in 10 points, unfortunately St. Patricks took the win by one point.


Junior football

St. Patricks 5-15 Mungret St. Pauls 0-10

Not Mungret St. Pauls best match, St. Patricks were in form and took control of the match.


Minor Football

Rathkeale 1-13 Mungret St. Pauls 1-10

On Friday 22 July the Minor footballers welcomed Rathkeale to Mungret where both sides seemed evenly matched, with control of the ball was split between the two clubs but Rathkeale got more shots on target.


Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Paul’s 3-10 Kilteely Dromkeen 1-13
On 13 July in Kilteely the footballers pulled out a great winner against the Kilteely Dromkeen team. It was the goals that pushed Mungret St. Pauls to the win.

Junior Football

Ballybrown 1-11 Mungret St Pauls 0-11

Thursday 14 July saw Ballybrown come to Mungret for the Junior Football match where the miserable weather did not help. This was a tightly fought battle with Ballybrown getting the edge with the goal the only difference. Mungret St. Pauls ended up second best in this match.

Minor Football

Mungret St Pauls 3-12 Kildimo Pallaskenry 0-08

The Minor Footballers had a very successful meeting against Kildimo Pallaskenry on Friday 15 July where they proved to be too strong for the visitors.


Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football 7 June 2016

In the Rhebogue grounds Mungret St. Pauls met with Monaleen. Monaleen had control of the score board from the start but Mungret St. Pauls were able to work the ball up the field only for some of the passes to be misdirected or intercepted. A win for Monaleen and a lesson for Mungret St. Pauls.

Photos available on facebook by clicking HERE

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Junior Football

Na Piarsaigh 1-14 Mungret St. Pauls 3-5
The Junior footballers had a close game on Thursday 12 May as they were in Caherdavin against Na Piarsaigh. With Mungret St. Pauls putting more balls into the net it was Na Piarsaighs collection of points that won the game for them.

Junior Football

On 5 May at home Mungret St. Pauls played host to Monaleen who were the stronger team on the night.


Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 2-12 Bruff 1-6

On Saturday 30 April the intermediate footballers picked up two more points in the county championship with a good win over Bruff at Claughaun. Following a narrow win over Claughaun the previous week they are at the top of the group table with Galbally on four points.

Mungret opened brightly and had the majority of possession in the first quarter from a dominant midfield. However a number of missed chances meant this was not reflected on the scoreboard. The breakthrough came when a quick team move lead to Peter Harrington being taken down by the keeper for a penalty which Denis Giltenane goaled with a neat finish. Three good goal chances had been saved during the half, the halftime lead of 1-7 to 0-4 could well have been much more.

The game turned for Bruff early in the second half when a couple of points and a goal had narrowed the gap to two points with a scoreline of 1-8 to 1-6. Our team responded well and picked up the pace to create a ling series of chances, scoring 1-4 and keeping the opposition scoreless in the final quarter. The second goal was scored by Jack Walsh finishing another good move. Scores from play accounted for 1-12 of the total scored.

The team lined out; James Roche, Eoin Rice, Eoin O’Doherty, Stephen Dilworth, Michael Fitzgibbon (0-1), Killian Ryan (0-3), Cian O’Doherty, Michael Cussen (0-1), Muiris O’Scannel (0-1), Sean Moran (0-2), Breandan O’hAinnaidh (0-1), Keven South, Adam Storan (0-2), Denis Giltenane (1-0), Peter Harrington (0-1), with subs used Ciaran Laffey, Jack Walsh (1-0), Padraic Reilly, Gary Carroll, Ryan Minihan

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Junior Football

Kildimo Pallaskenry 3-14 Mungret St. Pauls 1-5

Thursday 28 April saw the Junior Footballers away to Kildimo Pallaskenry where it was just not Mungret St. Pauls game. They lost out to Kildimo Pallaskenry. They next line out against Monaleen on Thursday 5 May at home at 7pm.


Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-8 Claughaun 0-10
A match with many mistakes from both sides, the gound gave a good bounce to the ball which lead to an interesting match. Mungret St. Pauls took the lead and held onto it although they were close to loosing it when they let their defences down and let Claughaun get more scores on the board. They fought to hold the lead and have started the first match of the Championship on a win.
They next go to Claughaun to play Bruff on Saturday 30th April at 7pm
Photos from this match are on facebook.



Limerick Motor Centre Intermediate Football

Mungret St. Pauls 0-14 Bruff 0-5

Away in Bruff on Monday night this was the third match for the Intermediate footballers having lost one and drawing the second match they came out with the victory against Bruff. They are not back to the pitch until their match at home against Cappamore on the Saturday 11th of June.


U21 Football County Final Mungret St Pauls 1-11 Galbally 2-09 Dec 2015

The 2015 playing season came to an end on Saturday in Rathkeale as we faced Galbally in the County U21A Football final. Unfortunately it ended in defeat as we lost out by a single point on a scoreline of 2-9 to 1-11 in a close contest between two evenly matched teams.

Galbally scored first and had early possession until a fine goal by Michael Fitzgibbon got us off the mark. Galbally replied with a goal of their own and the lead changed on a number of occasions up to half-time at which stage 4 points from Peter Harrington and 2 points from Adam Storan saw us lead by the narrowest margin on a scoreline of 1-6 to 1-5.

Galbally stuck for a second goal at the start of the second half to take a two point lead but again our players showed character and fought their way back to level the game. Our opponents had a good spell in the middle of the second half and built a 3 point lead with 5 minutes to go. Our players made a strong push to recover the game and points from Peter Harrington and Killian Ryan narrowed the gap to a point once more. However we missed a few chances to level the game and the final whistle saw Galbally take the trophy.

We saw another good team performance with every player contributing during the game and as we are left to rue such a narrow defeat we can still look forward to competing at minor, under21 and intermediate football for 2016 with a deeper squad of players who have made significant progress during this year.

On behalf of the players and management we want to thank all those who turned out to support the team on Saturday, they gave great encouragement to a young team.

The squad was; Sean Mullane, Chris Dunford, Luke O’Connell, David Brosnan (capt), John O’Donovan, Michael Fitzgibbon, Ciaran Laffey, Eoin O’Doherty, Killian Ryan, Peter Harrington, Adam Storan, James Cusack, Brian Barry, Brian Considine. Sean Moran, Subs used were Declan Brown & Ahmed Hammad, further subs were Stephen Scanlon, Ronan Beatty, Alex Potter, Cathal Shinnors, Ciaran Heagney.


U21 Football City Win November 2015

Our U21 football Squad won the city championship at the weekend with a deserved win over Kildimo-Pallaskenry on a scoreline of 5-5 to 0-9.

Taking early control in the half-back line and midfield, they created a number of scoring chances and put three points on the board before their opponents replied with their first score. They extended the lead when a fine team move ended with Brian Barry hitting the net for the first goal. Shortly afterwards Sean Mullane made the first of a number of fine saves to deny Kildimo-Pallaskenry a way back into the match. Mungret St Pauls took full advantage of this turning a sustained run of possession into a score of two goals and two points for a lead of 3-5 to 0-1 at the 25th minute, with the goals coming from Sean Moran and Brian Barry at the end of some fine passing moves.

The complexion of the game then turned against us as the team was reduced to 14 men and faced into the second half a man down and playing against a strengthening wind which was blowing diagonally across the pitch. The lineout was reshuffled to face the elements, knowing that they needed to keep the scoreboard ticking over and avoid conceding goals. They hit two further goals through Brian Considine and Adam Storan, but did waste quite a number of point-scoring opportunities. However the last line of defence stood firm conceding no goals under pressure, good defensive work and a couple of fine saves by Sean Mullane enabled a 5 goal lead with 10 minutes to play. As the evening darkened and more rain fell, the match drew to a close with Mungret St Pauls winning by 11 points.

This was a fine team performance, notable for high quality scoring moves in difficult playing conditions, good defensive work near our own goal and an honest attitude and workrate from all 21 players used on the day. We will face the east champions, Pallasgreen, for a place in the county final in Kilbreedy at 12noon on Sunday 6th December.

The squad for the final was; Sean Mullane, David Brosnan, Luke O’Connell, Ahmed Hammad, John O’Donovan, Michael Fitzgibbon, Ciaran Laffey, Eoin O’Doherty, Killian Ryan, Adam Storan, Peter Harrington, James Cusack, Brian Barry, Sean Moran, Brian Considine. With subs used; Keith Storan, Chris Dunford, Ronan Beatty, Fionn White, Declan Brown, Stephen Scanlon. Ciaran Heagney. Glen Hughes, Niall Mulcahy, Cathal Shinnors and Alex Potter also played in earlier games.


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