Wed 08, May, 2024

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell recorded a fine victory over Mungret at home. Our visitors started brightly as they built a 0-6 to 0-4 lead by the 10th minute (Jack Kelleher 0-2 and Patrick Kirby 0-2). The ‘Well dominated the next ten minutes with a Cian Gorman goal and individual points from Evan Fitzgerald, Jason Gillane, Jack Kelleher and Calvin Carroll to lead by 1-8 to 0-8. The match took another turn when Mungret notched five consecutive points. Thankfully Mark Carmody’s point and Kevin O’Brien’s goal earned a 2-9 to 0-13 interval advantage.

Patrickswell edged the opening stages of the second half. Jack Kelleher 0-2, Patrick Kirby, Kevin O’Brien and Thomas O’Brien scored points to extend the margin to 2-14 to 0-16 by the 40th minute. The next ten minutes were lower scoring, but Evan Fitzgerald’s goal and Jason Gillane’s long range point kept Ciaran Carey’s men 3-15 to 0-18 ahead. Thomas Nolan, Jack Kelleher and John Murray ensured Patrickswell were 3-18 to 0-21 ahead in the 59th minute. Kevin O’Brien put the gloss on victory with a fourth goal as we claimed a 4-18 to 0-23 win.

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers had a successful week, with two large victories over Claughaun and Monaleen. In the Claughaun match, Patrickswell were already out of sight after ten minutes at 1-7 to 0-3 (Eoin Harmon 1-1, Seanie O’Brien, Liam Fitzgerald, Thomas Nolan, Josh Carey, Barry Carey and Kieran Long). Claughaun stemmed the tide and reduced the deficit to 1-11 to 0-6 by the 20th minute. Patrickswell ended the first half on a high with a goal and five points without reply (Eoin Harmon 1-2, Kieran Long 0-2 and Seanie O’Brien). At half-time, Patrickswell led by 2-16 to 0-6.

Patrickswell pounded Claughaun for another fifteen minutes and were rewarded with two goals and five points (Josh Carey goal, own goal, Eoin Harmon 0-3, Shane Quinlan and Thomas Nolan). By the 45th minute, we led by 4-21 to 0-8. After the introduction of some substitutes, Liam Fitzgerald claimed a fifth goal and Shane Hannon, Sam McNamara, Josh Carey and Eoin Harmon sealed a 5-25 to 0-10 win.

Four days later, the Junior As started impressively against Monaleen. Liam Fitzgerald’s early goal and Eoin Harmon’s brace of points were countered by a trio of points from Monaleen. The rate of scoring dropped off. By the 20th minute, Eoin Harmon and Liam Fitzgerald points kept the score at 1-4 to 0-5. The game was decided by a powerful purple patch from Patrickswell. Shane Hannon and Eoin Harmon scored goals and more points were added by Calvin Carroll, James Carrig and Eoin Harmon 0-3. By half-time, Patrickswell were thirteen points clear at 3-9 to 0-5 ahead.

The second half was less dramatic. Kieran Long and Calvin Carroll added two points apiece and Eoin Harmon made the scoreline 3-14 to 0-7 by the 45th minute. Patrickswell ended the match as 4-16 to 1-8 winners thanks to Eoin Harmon’s goal & point and Calvin Carroll’s point.

INTER-COUNTY HURLERS: Best wishes to Diarmaid, Aaron, Cian and Jason with the Limerick hurlers against Cork.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday April 29 was not won. The numbers drawn were 2, 6, 10 and 31. The bonus number was 29. The €50 Lucky Dips were won by Anne Roberts and Susan O’Connell, while the €20 prizes were claimed by Tara Loftus, Sean Foley, Ger Buckley, Maura Heavey, Danny & Katie Hogan and Mary O’Grady. This week’s jackpot is €10,200.

Fri 03, May, 2024

INTER-COUNTY HURLERS: Congratulations to the Limerick hurlers, who secured a resounding victory over Tipperary in the Munster Championship. Well done to Cian, Diarmaid, Aaron and Jason. Good luck against Cork in the next fixture.

SENIOR HURLERS: Patrickswell won their first league match of the campaign with a comfortable away win over Kildimo-Pallaskenry. The opening quarter was low scoring as the ‘Well built a 0-4 to 0-2 lead (Jack Kelleher 0-2, Patrick Kirby and Kevin O’Brien). However Ciaran Carey’s men opened the throttle and notched another goal and ten points by half-time (Kevin O’Brien goal, Jack Kelleher 0-6, Evan Fitzgerald, Patrick Kirby, Thomas O’Brien and Gavin Carey). The interval score was 1-14 to 0-7.

Mark Carmody, Cian Gorman, Patrick Kirby and Evan Fitzgerald cemented a 1-18 to 0-9 lead by the 40th minute before a string of five consecutive points opened an unassailable 17-point gap by the 50th minute (Sean Fitzgerald 0-2, Mark Carmody, Evan Fitzgerald and Patrick Kirby). In the closing stages, goalkeeper Jason Gillane struck a long range point to embellish a 1-27 to 0-11 victory.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday April 22 was not won. The numbers drawn were 10, 12, 15 and 18. The bonus number was 31. The €50 Lucky Dips were won by Christine Hennessy and Triona & John, while the €20 prizes were claimed by PJ & Aoibhin O’Grady, Des O’Connor, Amy O’Donnell, Colin Gavin, Betty Cronin and Wayne Anderson. This week’s jackpot is €10,000.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The club were delighted when Arthur Lynch scooped the €10,000 jackpot in April’s draw. In addition, Gerard McNamara won €300 and Paddy Flynn earned €200.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app (ClubZap | Download The Mobile App), except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.

Mon 22, April, 2024

CITY SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE: Patrickswell are scheduled to visit Kildimo-Pallaskenry on Saturday April 27 at 7.00pm.

JUNIOR A HURLING LEAGUE: The Junior A hurlers are away to Claughaun on Sunday April 28 at noon.

INTER-COUNTY HURLERS: Congratulations to the Limerick hurlers, who delivered an impressive final quarter display to overhaul Clare in the Munster Championship opener. Well done to Cian, Diarmaid, Aaron and Jason. Good luck against Tipperary in the next fixture.

CON AND ANNIE KIRBY MEMORIAL STAKES: The Camogie Club’s greyhound, Scooby Pacemaker, claimed third place in the grand final of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial Stakes. This result earned the club a prize of €2,000.

CAMOGIE FEILE: Our Camogie team reached the Division 1 semi-final after emerging from the group stage with two wins and a loss. Killeedy were a formidable opponent and we bowed out.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday April 15 was not won. The numbers drawn were 4, 18, 28 and 32. The bonus number was 30. The €50 Lucky Dips were won by Linda Broderick and Ingrid Carroll, while the €20 prizes were claimed by Sadie Hall, Sam Milburn, Eamon Quinn, John Conway, Naomi & Melanie McCarthy and Alison Bennis. This week’s jackpot is €9,800.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app (ClubZap | Download The Mobile App), except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.

Tue 16, April, 2024

CITY SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE: Patrickswell earned a deserved draw in the City League at home to Monaleen. Despite conceding a goal and a point in the opening minute, the ‘Well rallied with five consecutive points from Josh Carey, Evan Fitzgerald, Calvin Carroll, Thomas O’Brien and Patrick Kirby. By the 20th minute, the teams were level at 0-8 to 1-5 as Evan Fitzgerald scored two points and Patrick Kirby delivered again. Two further points from Patrick Kirby were outstripped by four points from our visitors. The interval score was a deficit of 1-9 to 0-10.

Patrickswell made a positive start to the second half and scored three points to take the lead (Calvin Carroll and Patrick Kirby 0-2). Across the next five minutes, Monaleen equalised with four points in response to another Patrick Kirby trio. The scoreline indicated of 0-16 to 1-13 with 42 minutes played. Monaleen surged ahead with a goal and three points to John Kirby’s point and established a 2-16 to 0-17 advantage with only eight minutes left. To Patrickswell’s relief, Patrick Kirby notched three unanswered points in three minutes, however Monaleen were still 2-17 to 0-20 ahead with only five minutes left. With no sense of panic, Patrickswell chipped away at the gap. Calvin Carroll and Patrick Kirby struck points to move the ‘Well within a single point. On the stroke of full-time, Mark Carmody popped up to equalise. The match finished in a 0-23 to 2-17 stalemate.

CITY JUNIOR A HURLING LEAGUE: Patrickswell were pipped by Mungret in a competitive away fixture. After fifteen minutes, the ‘Well had built a 0-5 to 0-1 thanks to Eoin Harmon 0-3, Calvin Carroll and Nigel Foley. Mungret edged the closing stages of the first half with five points to Patrickswell’s trio of scores from Nigel Foley 0-2 and Kieran Long. We reached half-time with a deserved 0-8 to 0-6 lead.

The second half began with a very low scoring rate. Mungret added three points in twenty minutes, while limiting the ‘Well to a solitary Nigel Foley point. In the 50th minute, the scoreline was level at 0-9 apiece. The next ten minutes were neck and neck. Nigel Foley and Sam McNamara ensured parity at 0-11 each by the final minute. Unfortunately the hosts won the match with a late point to snatch a 0-12 to 0-11 victory.

CON AND ANNIE KIRBY MEMORIAL STAKES: The Camogie Club’s greyhound, Scooby Pacemaker, qualified for the grand final of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial Stakes.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday April 8 was not won. The numbers drawn were 2, 3, 4 and 29. The bonus number was 1. The €50 Lucky Dips were won by Kay Allen and Kathleen Fitzgerald, while the €20 prizes were claimed by Cian Fitzgerald, Ollie Coughlan, Mary Gillane, Paul McElligott, Mag Foley and Tony O’Donoghue. This week’s jackpot is €9,600.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app (ClubZap | Download The Mobile App), except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.

Wed 10, April, 2024

CITY SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE: Patrickswell suffered defeat to Na Piarsaigh in the first match of the City Hurling League. Despite the stiff breeze against them, the ‘Well made a lively start. We were level at 1-1 to 0-4 after ten minutes through a Patrick Kirby and a Cian Gorman goal. The Caherdavin men dominated the next ten minutes and Patrick Kirby’s solitary free point kept Patrickswell in touch at 0-9 to 1-2. Na Piarsaigh also controlled the latter stages of the first half to establish a 0-13 to 1-3 lead.

The wind eased off in the second half and diminished Patrickswell’s opportunity. Three points from Patrick Kirby and another from John Kirby reduced the deficit to 0-15 to 1-7 on 40 minutes. Patrickswell could not ruffle Na Piarsaigh’s feathers, despite points from Patrick Kirby 0-2, Kevin O’Brien 0-1 and John Kirby 0-1. The Light Blues won by 0-20 to 1-11.

CITY JUNIOR A HURLING LEAGUE: Patrickswell produced a fine performance to defeat St. Patrick’s in Rhebogue. The first ten minutes were level pegging, with three points apiece (Eoin Harmon 0-2 and Paddy McGrath). The next fifteen minutes decided the match as Patrickswell pounded St.Patrick’s under the stiff breeze with three goals and five points. The goalscorers were Shane Hannon, Liam Fitzgerald and Calvin Carroll. There were five different points scorers in Eoin Harmon, Kieran Long, Shane Hannon, Liam Fitzgerald and Nigel Foley. By the 25th minute, Patrickswell were 3-8 to 0-4 ahead. The closing stages of the first half saw an additional burst of four points (Eoin Harmon 0-2, Shane Hannon and Calvin Carroll). At the interval, the ‘Well had an unassailable 3-12 to 0-6 lead.

There was an element of discomfort as Eoin Harmon’s point was followed by six consecutive St. Patrick’s points. The advantage was reduced to ten points at 3-13 to 0-12 in the 45th minute. The introduction of Sam McNamara yielded four points, while Eoin Harmon scored a brace and Shane Hannon struck another point. The final score was an impressive 3-20 to 0-13 win.

CON AND ANNIE KIRBY MEMORIAL STAKES: The Camogie Club’s greyhound qualified for the semi-final of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial Stakes. There are now 12 dogs remaining.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Tuesday April 2 was not won. The numbers drawn were 2, 7, 8 and 12. The bonus number was 30. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Kevin c/o The Bar and the €20 prizes were claimed by Karen Ryan, M. Leigh, Alannah O’Neill, Areba and Pauline Culhane. This week’s jackpot is €9,400.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app, except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.

Mon 01, April, 2024

CITY SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE: Patrickswell Senior hurlers open the new season with a home fixture against Na Piarsaigh on Saturday April 6 at 6.30pm

CITY JUNIOR A HURLING LEAGUE: Patrickswell welcome St. Patrick’s in the first fixture of the 2024 season on Sunday April 7 at 12 noon.

FEILE: Our U-15 hurlers performed admirably at Limerick Feile and were pipped for a semi-final berth. The opening match against Pallasgreen was neck and neck, but our opponents won with the last puck of the game by 1-8 to 2-4. Patrickswell then recorded two consecutive victories of 0-6 to 0-3 over Kildimo-Pallaskenry and 1-11 to 0-6 over Hospital Herbertstown. The final group match against Adare was the decider. Unfortunately our neighbours were in great form and Patrickswell lost out by 1-12 to 0-4. Hard luck to the players and management.

CON AND ANNIE KIRBY MEMORIAL STAKES: Our two nominated greyhounds qualified for the third round of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial Stakes. There are now 24 dogs remaining.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday March 25 was not won. The numbers drawn were 1, 9, 22 and 31. The bonus number was 6. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Pat Davoren and the €20 prizes were claimed by Carmel Roberts, Kay Allen, Denis Daly, PJ & Aoibhin O’Grady and Ciara & Grace. This week’s jackpot is €9,200.

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Patrickswell Club Membership for 2024 is now open via the ClubZap app. Anyone who paid their membership on ClubZap in 2023 would have received a 2024 Renewal Notice by e-mail.

There are two approaches to paying Club Membership. For Renewal membership, either click the link in the email issued to your email account or else log into your ClubZap app. For first time membership, ensure the ClubZap app is downloaded from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store or by clicking ClubZap | Download The Mobile App, then create a user account and select “Patrickswell” to subscribe to.

In the “Clubhouse” tile, pick “Membership”. For renewals, pick “Renew Your Membership” with the email address you used last year. For first time members using ClubZap, select “Become a NEW member”. In “View Details”, you can read all about the membership packages and prices. By pressing “Purchase Now”, you can input the member(s) relevant details and finally make payment.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app, except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.

Thu 28, March, 2024

GREYHOUND RACING NIGHT: The greyhound racing night was a great success. It was marvellous to see a large contingent of Patrickswell GAA and Camogie club members in attendance. We are extremely grateful to the Dog Night Committee for their trojan work and our advertisers for supporting the event. The winners of the prizes were as follows: First place (Aaron Gillane personal training session) – Michelle Morrissey; second place (€250 Woodlands House Hotel & Spa Voucher) – Tom Sheehan; and third place (€100 Crescent Shopping Centre Voucher) – Mike Weekes.  In addition, our two nominated greyhounds qualified for the second round of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial Stakes.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Tuesday March 19 was not won. The numbers drawn were 3, 18, 22 and 30. The bonus number was 31. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Jenny & Katie Hogan and the €20 prizes were claimed by Rory Cummins, Ian Kelleher, John Adams, Catherine O’Connor and Marion O’Riordan. This week’s jackpot is €9,000.

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Patrickswell Club Membership for 2024 is now open via the ClubZap app. Anyone who paid their membership on ClubZap in 2023 would have received a 2024 Renewal Notice by e-mail.

There are two approaches to paying Club Membership. For Renewal membership, either click the link in the email issued to your email account or else log into your ClubZap app. For first time membership, ensure the ClubZap app is downloaded from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store or by clicking ClubZap | Download The Mobile App, then create a user account and select “Patrickswell” to subscribe to.

In the “Clubhouse” tile, pick “Membership”. For renewals, pick “Renew Your Membership” with the email address you used last year. For first time members using ClubZap, select “Become a NEW member”. In “View Details”, you can read all about the membership packages and prices. By pressing “Purchase Now”, you can input the member(s) relevant details and finally make payment.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app, except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.

Mon 18, March, 2024

GREYHOUND RACING NIGHT: Patrickswell GAA and Camogie Clubs are hosting a “Night at the Dogs” this weekend to help raise funds for the development of playing facilities at Páirc Antóin O’Briain. The development will include the repositioning and levelling of the existing pitch, the addition of a training area and the provision of a 2 metre wide walking track around the perimeter of the pitch.

The fundraising event will be held this Saturday March 23 at the Limerick Greyhound Stadium and coincides with the first round of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial, which is one of the major nights in the greyhound calendar in Limerick.

Admission tickets cost €10 and are currently available online. Tickets are also available in a number of local businesses. Prizes include a personal training session with Hurler of the Year Aaron Gillane, a €250 voucher for the Woodlands House Hotel & Spa and a €100 Crescent Shopping Centre Voucher.

We would also like to offer the opportunity to promote businesses through a series of electronic adverts that will be played on screens throughout the venue on the night. These adverts will also be promoted on the club’s social media sites. The cost of the adverts is Full screen €100 and Half screen €50. Please contact any of the club’s committee for details.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday March 11 was not won. The numbers drawn were 10, 11, 22 and 25. The bonus number was 5. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Catherine O’Connor and the €20 prizes were claimed by Denis Daly, Pat Carey, Louise O’Donnell, Joan Quirke and Finbar O’Brien. This week’s jackpot is €8,800.

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Patrickswell Club Membership for 2024 is now open via the ClubZap app. Anyone who paid their membership on ClubZap in 2023 would have received a 2024 Renewal Notice by e-mail.

There are two approaches to paying Club Membership. For Renewal membership, either click the link in the email issued to your email account or else log into your ClubZap app. For first time membership, ensure the ClubZap app is downloaded from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store or by clicking ClubZap | Download The Mobile App, then create a user account and select “Patrickswell” to subscribe to.

In the “Clubhouse” tile, pick “Membership”. For renewals, pick “Renew Your Membership” with the email address you used last year. For first time members using ClubZap, select “Become a NEW member”. In “View Details”, you can read all about the membership packages and prices. By pressing “Purchase Now”, you can input the member(s) relevant details and finally make payment.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app, except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.

Thu 14, March, 2024

GREYHOUND RACING NIGHT: Patrickswell GAA and Camogie Clubs are hosting a “Night at the Dogs” to help raise funds for the development of playing facilities at Páirc Antóin O’Briain. The development will include the repositioning and levelling of the existing pitch, the addition of a training area and the provision of a 2 metre wide walking track around the perimeter of the pitch.

The fundraising event will be held on Saturday March 23 at the Limerick Greyhound Stadium and coincides with the first round of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial, which is one of the major nights in the greyhound calendar in Limerick.

Admission tickets cost €10 and are currently available online, while physical tickets will be available from McDermotts and Applegreen petrol stations this weekend (March 15th to 17th). The tickets are also available in a number of local businesses.

Prizes include a personal training session with Hurler of the Year Aaron Gillane, a €250 voucher for the Woodlands House Hotel & Spa and a €100 Crescent Shopping Centre Voucher.

We would also like to offer the opportunity to promote businesses through a series of electronic adverts that will be played on screens throughout the venue on the night. These adverts will also be promoted on the club’s social media sites. The cost of the adverts is Full screen €100 and Half screen €50. Please contact any of the club’s committee for details.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday March 4 was not won. The numbers drawn were 11, 19, 26 and 29. The bonus number was 20. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Eileen Casey and the €20 prizes were claimed by JJ McNamara, Declan Gillane, Lorraine O’Neill, Michael Cusack and Marie Franey. This week’s jackpot is €8,600.

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Patrickswell Club Membership for 2024 is now open via the ClubZap app. Anyone who paid their membership on ClubZap in 2023 would have received a 2024 Renewal Notice by e-mail.

There are two approaches to paying Club Membership. For Renewal membership, either click the link in the email issued to your email account or else log into your ClubZap app. For first time membership, ensure the ClubZap app is downloaded from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store or by clicking ClubZap | Download The Mobile App, then create a user account and select “Patrickswell” to subscribe to.

In the “Clubhouse” tile, pick “Membership”. For renewals, pick “Renew Your Membership” with the email address you used last year. For first time members using ClubZap, select “Become a NEW member”. In “View Details”, you can read all about the membership packages and prices. By pressing “Purchase Now”, you can input the member(s) relevant details and finally make payment.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app, except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.

Mon 26, February, 2024

GREYHOUND RACING NIGHT: Patrickswell GAA and Camogie Clubs are hosting a “Night at the Dogs” to help raise funds for the development of playing facilities at Páirc Antóin O’Briain. The development will include the repositioning and levelling of the existing pitch, the addition of a training area and the provision of a 2 metre wide walking track around the perimeter of the pitch.

The fundraising event will be held on Saturday March 23 at the Limerick Greyhound Stadium and coincides with the first round of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial, which is one of the major nights in the greyhound calendar in Limerick. Admission tickets cost €10 and are currently available online, with physical ticket sales to commence shortly.

Prizes include a personal training session with Hurler of the Year Aaron Gillane, a €250 voucher for the Woodlands House Hotel & Spa and a €100 Crescent Shopping Centre Voucher.

We would also like to offer the opportunity to promote businesses through a series of electronic adverts that will be played on screens throughout the venue on the night. These adverts will also be promoted on the club’s social media sites. The cost of the adverts is Full screen €100 and Half screen €50. Please contact any of the club’s committee for details.

CAMOGIE MEDALS PRESENTATION: On Saturday March 2nd in the Cu Chulainn Bar and Restaurant, a Camogie Medal Presentation night will commence at 8.45pm for the Patrickswell Camogie County Intermediate League champions 2023 and County Junior Championship Champions 2023. All are welcome for the presentation and music afterwards.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday February 19 was not won. The numbers drawn were 7, 9, 20 and 23. The bonus number was 5. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Matt Murray and the €20 prizes were claimed by Catherine Foley, Pat O’Shea, Declan Gillane, Leona O’Reilly, Margaret & Tom Dundon. This week’s jackpot is €8,200.

CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Patrickswell Club Membership for 2024 is now open via the ClubZap app. Anyone who paid their membership on ClubZap in 2023 would have received a 2024 Renewal Notice by e-mail.

There are two approaches to paying Club Membership. For Renewal membership, either click the link in the email issued to your email account or else log into your ClubZap app. For first time membership, ensure the ClubZap app is downloaded from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store or by clicking ClubZap | Download The Mobile App, then create a user account and select “Patrickswell” to subscribe to.

In the “Clubhouse” tile, pick “Membership”. For renewals, pick “Renew Your Membership” with the email address you used last year. For first time members using ClubZap, select “Become a NEW member”. In “View Details”, you can read all about the membership packages and prices. By pressing “Purchase Now”, you can input the member(s) relevant details and finally make payment.

CLUB MESSAGING: Patrickswell GAA Club has changed the way that club messages are issued to our members and supporters. Club messages will now be sent via the ClubZap app, except in cases where a user doesn’t own a smartphone. In this instance, traditional text messages will continue to be used.

When ClubZap is installed and “Patrickswell” is added as a club, look out for the messages in the “Patrickswell Announcements” section of the Chat bubble. Push Notifications will be sent to your phone’s Notification Centre.