Tue 17, May, 2022

JUNIOR B HURLERS: Patrickswell earned a hard-fought draw against Na Piarsaigh at home. The ‘Well led by 0-4 to 0-1 by the tenth minute; however Na Piarsaigh roared back with three consecutive points in two minutes. Over the next ten minutes, the sides traded two points apiece. The Caherdavin men hit the front with a goal to make it 1-6 to 0-6. Patrickswell dominated the closing minutes of the first half to trail by a solitary point at 1-7 to 0-9 at half-time.

The second half began with a flurry of Patrickswell goals. Paul O’Brien smashed home the first goal and then he used one hand on the hurl to drive home his second goal. The goals were followed by another point. By the 40th minute, the ‘Well were 2-10 to 1-7 ahead. Na Piarsaigh replied with three straight points and then the teams exchanged three points apiece in a high-scoring spell. There were ten minutes left and Patrickswell led by 2-13 to 1-13. Na Piarsaigh equalised with their second goal and the match ended with a 2-14 to 2-14 draw.

INTERMEDIATE HURLERS: The Intermediate hurlers were beaten 3-16 to 3-12 away to Doon.

INTER-COUNTY HURLERS: Congratulations to Diarmaid Byrnes for his performance with Limerick against Clare in the fourth match of the Munster Championship.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday May 9 was not won. The numbers drawn were 3, 28, 29 and 31. The bonus number was 12. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Patrick Kirby and the €20 prizes were claimed by Michael Hogan, Mary McCarthy, Paul O’Neill, Mary O’Neill and Marian Burke. This week’s jackpot is €14,800.

Mon 09, May, 2022

SENIOR HURLERS: The Senior hurlers were narrowly beaten at home by neighbours Ballybrown in the City Senior Hurling League. The visitors went two points ahead before Cian Gorman registered Patrickswell’s opening point of the match. Ballybrown led by 0-5 to 0-2 after fifteen minutes, but the following eight minutes were dominated by the ‘Well as Cian Enright (0-2), John Flynn and Seanie O’Brien equalised at 0-6 apiece by the 23rd minute. Ballybrown increased their tempo and they were rewarded by six additional points before the interval. At half-time, the Clarina men were 0-12 to 0-7 ahead.

At the start of the second half, Ballybrown outscored the ‘Well by six points to two points before the 40th minute. Patrickswell had an uphill task at 0-18 to 0-9 in arrears. Remarkably, Thomas O’Brien led a dramatic recovery that yielded eight points in eight minutes (Thomas O’Brien 0-4, Kevin O’Brien, John Flynn, Thomas Nolan and Cian Enright). The home team were merely two points adrift at 0-19 to 0-17 in the 50th minute. Despite the momentum behind them, Patrickswell succumbed to a Ballybrown goal and point to trail by six points at 1-20 to 1-17. The game was thrown back into the melting pot when Seanie O’Brien’s goal was sandwiched by two more Patrickswell points. On the cusp of injury time, John O’Meara’s men were only one point behind at 1-20 to 1-19. The grandstand finale did not materialise and Ballybrown clinically finished the match with four unanswered points to claim a 1-24 to 1-19 away win.

INTERMEDIATE HURLERS: Patrickswell suffered defeat at home to Ballybrown, despite a whirlwind start. The ‘Well raced into a 2-3 to 0-1 lead after just twelve minutes when David Woulfe and Gavin Carey struck the net. Ballybrown dominated the next seven minutes with a haul of one goal and three points without response.  Patrickswell extended their advantage to three points with Jonathan McMahon’s point, but the scoreline was damaged by Ballybrown’s second and third goals before the break. The half-time score was 3-5 to 2-5 in Ballybrown’s favour.

Patrickswell made a good start to the second half by scoring two points in a minute to slash the deficit to a single point. However, the door was slammed in their face when Ballybrown claimed a fourth goal and a fresh point in sixty seconds. There were 35 minutes elapsed and the visitors were five points ahead at 4-6 to 2-7. The teams exchanged two points apiece, before Ballybrown plundered another goal and two points in a three-minute flurry to effectively decide the contest. Chasing a ten-point gap at 5-10 to 2-9, Patrickswell continued to search for a way back.  Five straight points from the ‘Well trimmed the deficit to five points, but Ballybrown crushed the recovery with two late goals and a point to run out 7-11 to 2-14 winners.

INTER-COUNTY HURLERS: Congratulations to the Patrickswell contingent of Diarmaid Byrnes and Aaron Gillane for winning with Limerick against Tipperary in the third match of the Munster Championship. Well done to John and Patrick Kirby on their great success in winning the Munster U-20 Championship title.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Tuesday May 3 was not won. The numbers drawn were 9, 25, 27 and 30. The bonus number was 24. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Sean Mann and the €20 prizes were claimed by Mary Moore, Jenny Hogan, Mary Higgins, Melanie McCarthy and Edward Punch. This week’s jackpot is €14,600.

Mon 02, May, 2022

SENIOR HURLERS: The Senior hurlers edged out hosts Mungret in a match that swung from team to team. Patrickswell began the game on the front foot as Kevin O’Brien’s goal and four additional points established a 1-4 to 0-0 cushion after just ten minutes. Mungret recovered from the early setback to rattle Patrickswell with a seven-point haul before the 20th minute. The whirlwind beginning to the game abated as both teams traded two points apiece (Calvin Carroll and Mark Carmody) before the 30th minute. On the cusp of half-time, Cian Enright’s point and Cian Gorman’s close-range goal gave Patrickswell a 2-7 to 0-9 interval lead.

After one point apiece at the start of the second half, Patrickswell devastated Mungret with a flurry of a goal and five points in eight minutes. Seanie O’Brien anticipated a lofted sixty-yard cross to volley home a goal with consummate skill. The spectators assumed the result was in little doubt as Patrickwell held a twelve-point lead of 3-13 to 0-10 in the 43rd minute. Mungret had different ideas and started to chip away at the deficit. Over the next ten minutes, the home team outscored the ‘Well by six points to one point. The arrears were trimmed to seven points at 3-14 to 0-16. While Calvin Carroll scored another point, Mungret clawed back another four points in four minutes. There were four points separating the teams in stoppage time. Kevin O’Brien’s insurance point cemented the Patrickswell victory before Mungret scored the final point. The result was a 3-16 to 0-21 triumph for John O’Meara’s men.

JUNIOR B HURLERS: The Junior B hurlers secured a worthy draw in Caherline.  It was a topsy-turvy game, where Patrickswell could have lost, but almost won! The teams were inseparable after fifteen minutes with three points apiece. An unfortunate own goal put the hosts ahead and Caherline pushed ahead by 1-5 to 0-4 in the 20th minute. Patrickswell increased their tempo and secured four points in six minutes to reach half-time level at 0-8 to 1-5.

Unfortunately, Caherline notched their second goal within thirty seconds of the restart. Over the next twenty minutes, Patrickswell and Caherline produced six points each. The ‘Well could not close the gap as every point was responded in kind. By the 55th minute, Patrickswell trailed by three points at 2-11 to 0-14. It was evident that a goal was the only way to unseat Caherline. Paul Bennis obliged with a decisive goal to equalise in the 59th minute. Sam McNamara’s late free put Patrickswell in touching distance of a hard-fought victory, but Caherline forced a last-minute free along the touchline. The home club player held his nerve and equalised with a long-range stroke. At the final whistle, Patrickswell went home with a 1-15 to 2-12 draw.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: Congratulations to Fr. Mike Cussen, who scooped a €500 prize in the April Club Limerick Draw.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday April 25 was not won. The numbers drawn were 3, 10, 11 and 14. The bonus number was 8. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Linda & Sean O’Grady and the €20 prizes were claimed by Helen O’Donoghue, Doris Cusack, Robert Graham, MIchael Coughlan and Shreya Kumar. This week’s jackpot is €14,400.

Tue 26, April, 2022

INTERMEDIATE HURLERS: The Intermediate hurlers faced a busy week with two matches in three days. On the visit to Claughaun, Peter Harty put Patrickswell ahead with two points in the opening ten minutes. Claughaun struck back with a goal and four points to surge ahead by five points after twenty minutes. The rest of the first half saw the teams share two points apiece and Patrickswell trailed by 1-6 to 0-4 at the interval.

In the opening segment of the second half, both sides scored a point before Patrickswell burst to life with a goal (Gavin Carey) and three points without reply. There was fifteen minutes left and the ‘Well led by 1-8 to 1-7. There were three more points each before the match entered stoppage time with Patrickswell still ahead by 1-11 to 1-10. Unfortunately, the concession of three frees during injury time cost the visitors deeply. Claughaun snatched a 1-13 to 1-11 victory at the death.

Against Crecora away, Cian Enright scored a point within seconds of the first whistle. Our hosts responded with three points, but Patrickswell bounced back with a string of five unanswered points. The score after fifteen minutes was 0-6 to 0-3 in our favour. Crecora put the ‘Well on the back foot with a salvo of a goal and two points in a short three-minute window. The remainder of the first half was relatively even as Crecora reached the break 1-6 to 0-8 ahead.

Crecora dominated the opening phase of the second half and outscored Patrickswell by six points to one point before the 40th minute. The ‘Well now trailed by six points at 1-12 to 0-9. When Patrickswell reduced the deficit to four points, the home team finally slammed the door with a goal and point within sixty seconds. There were ten minutes left and we trailed by 2-13 to 0-11. The final stages were low scoring and both teams only managed another point each.

CON AND ANNIE KIRBY MEMORIAL STAKES: The Camogie Club were delighted that their nominated greyhound, Magical Kuba, won second place in the final of the Con and Annie Kirby Memorial. Sponsored by the McManus family, this is a very generous gesture of support to Limerick GAA and Camogie clubs.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Congratulations to Aaron Gillane and Diarmaid Byrnes for their role in Limerick’s great victory over Waterford. Additionally, well done to Aaron for being awarded Centra Man of the Match. We wish Cian the best for his speedy recovery from injury.

CAMOGIE FEILE: The Camogie girls battled magnificently and chalked up large wins over Newcastle West and St. Aibhes. Unfortunately, the girls were defeated by a strong Templeglantine team.

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2022. Every player, both adult and youth, must be a registered member to train and play for the club. It is mandatory for insurance purposes. Non-playing members are also invited to renew. You can pay your membership fee online at foireann.ie or returntoplay.gaa.ie. The most common types are Adult €60, Juvenile €40 and Family €120. There will also be in-person membership clinics.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Tuesday April 19 was not won. The numbers drawn were 7, 12, 21 and 23. The bonus number was 13. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Josh Adams and the €20 prizes were claimed by Dermot Purcell, James McNamara, Eamon O’Connor, Elizabeth Reynolds and Ronan Tierney. This week’s jackpot is €14,200.

Mon 18, April, 2022

JUNIOR B HURLERS: The Junior B hurlers recorded their first win of the season with a nine-point victory at Ballybricken Bohermore. Patrickswell made a flying start and notched a goal and three points within six minutes. After the teams exchanged a point apiece, the hosts reduced the arrears to 1-4 to 0-3 with a brace of points. The game was ultimately decided in Patrickswell’s favour with a devastating flurry of eight consecutive points in ten minutes. The half-time score was 1-12 to 0-3.

The first twenty minutes of the second half were finely balanced as the ‘Well kept the home team at arm’s length by 1-17 to 0-9. Patrickswell’s second goal was followed up by a slight recovery by the hosts. Entering stoppage time, the visitors were 2-18 to 0-12 ahead. Ballybricken Bohermore claimed a late consolidation goal to produce a result of 2-18 to 1-12.

LIMERICK HURLERS: Congratulations to Cian Lynch, Aaron Gillane and Diarmaid Byrnes for their role in Limerick’s great victory over Cork. Additionally, well done to Diarmaid for being awarded Man of the Match.

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2022. Every player, both adult and youth, must be a registered member to train and play for the club. It is mandatory for insurance purposes. Non-playing members are also invited to renew. You can pay your membership fee online at foireann.ie or returntoplay.gaa.ie. The most common types are Adult €60, Juvenile €40 and Family €120. There will also be in-person membership clinics.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday April 11 was not won. The numbers drawn were 3, 22, 24 and 29. The bonus number was 26. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by James c/o Mary McCarthy and the €20 prizes were claimed by Danny Hogan, Theresa O’Neill, Sean Foley, Annette Harmon and Matt Shanahan. This week’s jackpot is €14,000.

CON AND ANNIE KIRBY STAKES: Best of luck to the Patrickswell Camogie nominated greyhound Magical Kuba trained by Pat Guilfoyle in the final of the Kirby Stake on this Friday night. If you can, please try to get in to cheer him on. Sponsored by the McManus family this is a very generous gesture of support to Limerick GAA and Camogie clubs.

TEAM LIMERICK CLEAN-UP: Well done to all who participated in the #TLC7 on Good Friday in Patrickswell which started from the GAA Clubhouse under the stewardship of PJ O’Grady. Great effort by everyone.

Mon 11, April, 2022

SENIOR HURLERS: The Senior hurlers registered their first victory of the City Hurling League with a comprehensive away victory over Kildimo-Pallaskenry. Seanie O’Brien and Darragh Ahern put the ‘Well two points ahead within five minutes, but the hosts took the lead with three consecutive points by the 15th minute. While Jamie Dillon managed to equalise with a point, Kildimo-Pallaskenry edged ahead immediately by 0-4 to 0-3. Kevin O’Brien’s clever sidestep around his marker allowed him to score Patrickswell’s first goal and Eoin Harmon chipped in with a follow-up point. The scoreline was 1-4 to 0-4 and this prompted a response of two points from the hosts. The match was ultimately decided by a lethal spell of Patrickswell scoring that yielded seven unanswered points in eight minutes (John Kirby 0-3, Calvin Carroll 0-2, Kevin O’Brien and Cian Fitzgerald). Kildimo-Pallaskenry halted the spree with the last point of the first half. The interval scoreline was 1-11 to 0-7.

The second half began with another spell of dominance from Patrickswell. Five straight points before the 45th minute from Darragh Ahern 0-2, Kevin O’Brien, Calvin Carroll and Seanie O’Brien cemented an unassailable 1-16 to 0-7 lead. Kildimo-Pallaskenry’s eighth and ninth points were sandwiched between a Calvin Carroll goal and a John Kirby point. The 50th minute score was 2-17 to 0-9. There was plenty more attacking prowess by Patrickswell as three late points put the gloss on a 2-20 to 0-10 victory.

INTERMEDIATE HURLERS: Patrickswell produced a remarkable comeback against Ballybricken-Bohemore, but fell one point short at the end of the match. The opening ten minutes were keenly contested as both teams accrued three points apiece (Cian Enright and Peter Harty 0-2). Our hosts notched two points in six minutes to build a 0-5 to 0-3 lead before Peter Harty stopped the surge. Patrickswell came unstuck to Ballybricken-Bohemore’s opening goal and the 20th minute saw the visitors 1-6 to 0-6 behind. Unfortunately, the hosts began to dominate and accumulated six unanswered points in a critical eight-minute window before half-time. At the break, the ‘Well faced an uphill battle to overturn nine points at 1-12 to 0-6.

The hosts claimed the first point of the second half, before Peter Harty reduced the deficit to eight points with a brace of points. The game seemed beyond Patrickswell when the second home goal established a eleven-point lead by 40 minutes. The ‘Well did not lose hope and four points in five minutes from Peter Harty (0-2), Darragh Ahern and Jonathan McMahon trimmed the arrears to seven points with fifteen minutes left. The fixture looked decided when the hosts scored a goal to lead by 3-13 to 0-12 with just ten minutes left. Remarkably, an own goal in Patrickswell’s favour was followed by a Darragh Ahern point and a Sam McNamara goal to stun the home team. Suddenly, there were five minutes left and Patrickswell trailed by a single goal at 3-13 to 2-13. The hosts managed to stop the onslaught and two insurance points granted them a 3-15 to 2-13 margin as the game entered injury time. Aaron Carmody’s late third goal was immediately followed by David Woulfe’s point and there was still time remaining at 3-15 to 3-14. The ‘Well pressed forward for their equaliser, but the clock and the opposition defence worked against them. Ballybricken-Bohermore survived the fightback and sneaked a one-point win.

JUNIOR B HURLERS: The Junior B hurlers visited Fedamore on a breezy night and found themselves six points down after 15 minutes due to the stiff breeze. Patrickswell’s first point came in the 23rd minute and they managed to force themselves into contention by reaching half-time at 0-7 to 0-3 behind.

The wind abated at the start of the second half, which diminished Patrickswell’s advantage. While the ‘Well scored the first point of the second half, they were undone by a Fedamore goal and two points. By the 45th minute, Patrickswell were 1-9 to 0-4 behind. Fedamore did not manage any more points, while Patrickswell struck five points in eighteen minutes to narrow the gap to 1-9 to 0-9. There was insufficient time for a grandstand finale and the final goal chance did not materialise.

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2022. Every player, both adult and youth, must be a registered member to train and play for the club. It is mandatory for insurance purposes. Non-playing members are also invited to renew. You can pay your membership fee online at foireann.ie or returntoplay.gaa.ie. The most common types are Adult €60, Juvenile €40 and Family €120. There will also be in-person membership clinics.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday April 4 was not won. The numbers drawn were 10, 22, 23 and 31. The bonus number was 16. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Eileen Casey and the €20 prizes were claimed by John Quinn, Ann Garrett, Gerry Ryan, Christopher Moore and Emma McNamara. This week’s jackpot is €13,800.

Mon 04, April, 2022

SENIOR HURLERS: The Senior hurlers were defeated by a strong Na Piarsaigh team in the first match of the City League. Calvin Carroll struck the opening point, but the Caherdavin men responded with three unanswered point to take the lead. While Patrickswell narrowed the deficit to 0-4 to 0-3 after 15 minutes, Na Piarsaigh struck a goal to cement a four-point advantage. The next ten minutes were punctuated with three points apiece by both teams. Frees in quick succession from Calvin Carroll and Jason Gillane trimmed the deficit to 1-7 to 0-8. Unfortunately, the visitors dominated the closing stages of the first half to lead by 1-11 to 0-9 at the interval.

While Na Piarsaigh scored the first point of the second half, Darragh Ahern’s persistence paid off with a goal to close the gap to 1-12 to 1-9. The recovery was short-lived as Na Piarsaigh struck a goal and three points in a damaging four minute spell. By the 40th minute, the margin had grown to 2-15 to 1-9. Calvin Carroll stemmed the tide with a point, but his score was followed by a third Na Piarsaigh goal and a point. Two Patrickswell points slowed progress at 3-16 to 1-12, but the Light Blues did not ease up and they accrued another four points without reply. There was 50 minutes gone and the ‘Well trailed by 3-20 to 1-12. Patrickswell’s final point of the evening was nullified by Na Piarsaigh closing out with three points to secure a 3-23 to 1-13 win.

JUNIOR B HURLERS: Patrickswell welcomed neighbours Ballybrown for the City East League opener. The early pace of scoring was extremely slow and Ballybrown were ahead on 15th minutes by a mere 0-3 to 0-1. When Patrickswell moved to within a point, the rate of scoring accelerated. A second Ballybrown goal was followed by a point to give Ballybrown a 1-4 to 0-2 lead in the 20th minute. When Patrickswell again scored a point, Ballybrown swept forward and plundered a goal and four points in five minutes. The ‘Well were on the back foot as they trailed by 2-8 to 0-3. However, the home team burst into life to claim a point and two goals (Gavin Carey and Sam McNamara) in just three minutes. At the interval, Patrickswell only trailed Ballybrown by 2-8 to 2-4.

Patrickswell started the second half positively and managed to reduce the deficit to 2-10 to 2-7 by the 38th minute. When Josh Carey scored the ‘Well’s third goal to equalise at 3-7 to 2-10, the tables had been turned from an eleven-point deficit to parity. Within a minute, Patrickswell took the lead for the first time, but Ballybrown did not panic and they were rewarded with three points in four minutes. There were fifteen minutes left and the arrears were 2-13 to 3-8. The next five minutes saw both teams score three points each. With five minutes remaining, the ‘Well remained 2-16 to 3-11 behind and were searching for a late goal. Ballybrown were able to handle the offensive and notched the final point to win by 2-17 to 3-11

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2022. Every player, both adult and youth, must be a registered member to train and play for the club. It is mandatory for insurance purposes. Non-playing members are also invited to renew. You can pay your membership fee online at foireann.ie or returntoplay.gaa.ie. The most common types are Adult €60, Juvenile €40 and Family €120. There will also be in-person membership clinics.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday March 28 was not won. The numbers drawn were 5, 6, 20 and 24. The bonus number was 2. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Mary McKinley and the €20 prizes were claimed by Willie Hourigan, Geraldine Hall, Donie O’Gorman, John & Orla Clifford and Danny Quinn. This week’s jackpot is €13,600.

Mon 28, March, 2022

JUNIOR A HURLERS: The Junior A hurlers are pencilled in to meet Crecora Manister at home on Saturday April 2 at 6.30pm.

JUNIOR B HURLERS: Patrickswell welcome neighbours Ballybrown on Sunday April 3 at 6.00pm

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2022. Every player, both adult and youth, must be a registered member to train and play for the club. It is mandatory for insurance purposes. Non-playing members are also invited to renew. You can pay your membership fee online at foireann.ie or returntoplay.gaa.ie. The most common types are Adult €60, Juvenile €40 and Family €120. There will also be in-person membership clinics.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: April’s draw will be held on Saturday April 30. Each month, the first prize is €10,000 and there are thirty prizes per month in total. April’s exclusive prize is a €500 voucher for McGuirk’s Golf and entry for a team of four players into the Club Limerick golf day.

There are a number of ways to play. Anyone can purchase their membership online at www.clublimerick.ie/draw and choose from the three options of i) the €100 annual payment or ii) Pay As You Go (as many months as you wish) or iii) a monthly €8.33 Direct Debit. Remember to pick “Patrickswell” as your club of choice.

Similarly, you can also play via the club. Please contact your local promoter or Seamus O’Riordan at 087-2869175.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday March 21 was not won. The numbers drawn were 3, 8, 31 and 32. The bonus number was 10. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Jacqueline Finucane and the €20 prizes were claimed by Ellen Ryan, Lauretta Keyes, Margaret Manswell, Pat O’Shea and Jack Ruttle. This week’s jackpot is €13,400.

Mon 21, March, 2022

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2022. Every player, both adult and youth, must be a registered member to train and play for the club. It is mandatory for insurance purposes. Non-playing members are also invited to renew. You can pay your membership fee online at foireann.ie or returntoplay.gaa.ie. The most common types are Adult €60, Juvenile €40 and Family €120. In the coming weeks, there will also be in-person membership clinics.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is back for 2022, with ten draws to run between March and December 2022. March’s draw is on Saturday March 26, so please subscribe immediately. Each month, the first prize is €10,000 and there are thirty prizes per month in total.

There are a number of ways to play. Anyone can purchase their membership online at www.clublimerick.ie/draw and choose from the three options of i) the €100 annual payment or ii) Pay As You Go (as many months as you wish) or iii) a monthly €8.33 Direct Debit. Remember to pick “Patrickswell” as your club of choice.

Similarly, you can also play via the club. Please contact your local promoter or Seamus O’Riordan at 087-2869175.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday March 14 was not won. The numbers drawn were 17, 22, 23 and 24. The bonus number was 10. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Eibhlin Doran and the €20 prizes were claimed by Grainne Guerin, Gillian Ruane, Helen Quinn, Mary Ryan and Ella Shanahan. This week’s jackpot is €13,200.

Mon 14, March, 2022

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2022. Every player, both adult and youth, must be a registered member to train and play for the club. It is mandatory for insurance purposes. Non-playing members are also invited to renew. You can pay your membership fee online at foireann.ie or returntoplay.gaa.ie. The most common types are Adult €60, Juvenile €40 and Family €120. In the coming weeks, there will also be in-person membership clinics.

CLUB LIMERICK DRAW: The Club Limerick Draw is back for 2022, with ten draws to run between March and December 2022. March’s draw is on Saturday March 26, so please subscribe now. Each month, the first prize is €10,000 and there are thirty prizes per month in total.

There are a number of ways to play. Anyone can purchase their membership online at www.clublimerick.ie/draw and choose from the three options of i) the €100 annual payment or ii) Pay As You Go (as many months as you wish) or iii) a monthly €8.33 Direct Debit. Remember to pick “Patrickswell” as your club of choice.

Similarly, you can also play via the club. Please contact your local promoter or Seamus O’Riordan at 087-2869175.

CLUB LOTTO: The Club Lotto draw on Monday March 7 was not won. The numbers drawn were 7, 13, 14 and 15. The bonus number was 3. The €100 Lucky Dip was won by Kate Lynch and the €20 prizes were claimed by Charlie O’Brien, Una Pigott, Pat Davoren, Mia Carroll and Alannah. This week’s jackpot is €13,000.