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St Pats promotes Gaelic games from U6 up to senior level.

Our senior team plays in the Kerry County Senior league and participates in the Kerry Junior Premier championship.

Play Club Lotto

St. Pat’s is delighted that the sale of entries for the Club Lotto has resumed.

To play on line is very simple…. PLAY LOTTO

Weekly Lotto  Draw with a jackpot prize of €2000 increasing by €100 every week if not won

and 5 lucky dip prizes of €30.

Thank you if you are already subscribing to the Lotto and we would appreciate if you can encourage other to do so.
We need all of our members to support the Lotto by both playing the lotto and getting others, e.g. family members, friends, work colleagues, to join with you in playing the St Pats weekly lotto.
Financially the Club has suffered through the loss of income because of the Covid-19 restrictions causing the suspension of the lotto since March and the cancellation of the Dingle Way Challenge.

Lotto tickets will also be on sale through our outlets at: O’Sheas GALA shop Blennerville, Poff Motors, O’Sullivan Butchers – Manor, Byrnesworth shop – The Square, Noyeks – Mile Height, and individual promoters.

Read the latest GAA Club Newsletter :
August 2020

August 2020 edition of GAA Club Newsletter includes the following:

  • The initial results from the Gaelic Games Coach Survey
  • The GAA Museum’s plans to commemorate Bloody Sunday 100 years on
  • The Club Leadership Development Programme
  • How Montreal Shamrocks GAC have welcomed the LGBTQI+ community
  • Oola GAC’s highly successful Gaelic for Mothers and Others initiative

Return to Play
Steps 1,2,3

As the GAA moves into the  re-opening phase of Gaelic Games activities there is a need to ensure that we all continue with the practices and efforts
required to reduce  the spread of Covid-19 spread infection.  
Players, Team Personnel and Parents/Guardians need to be aware of their roles and responsibilities so that St. Pats can return to activity in a safer way.
Prior to returning to activities with St. Pats please ensure that you are compliant with the steps 1 to 3 listed under ‘Return to Play…..’

St Pats Academy

For boys & girls aged 5 years to 10 years of age from Tralee area.
Every Sunday, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am

Venue: St. Pats GAA Club Grounds, Blennerville

(due to GAA procedures to allow for  ‘Return to Play’ as  the Coronavirus-19 restriction measures ease please check in advance if you are considering joining us for a session)

 

For further information please contact Joe on 087 – 2593800  or Seán on 089 – 4340037

Astro Pitch Hire

St Pats GAA club, Blennerville offers a state of the art, floodlit astro pitch available to everyone to rent. This pitch is supported by our clubhouse with changing rooms, shower facilities and ample parking spaces.
If you are interested in booking our pitch to guarantee your slot weekly or you want a one-off booking, please contact
Paul O’Sullivan on 087 666 8492 to avail of our very competitive rates.

 

 

Useful Links to GAA & LGFA sites

Link   Kerry GAA
The official Website of Kerry GAA

Link   My GAA 
The official Website of the National GAA

Link   Kerry Coiste na nÓg
The official Website of Kerry Stars of the Future (Coiste na nÓg)

 Link   Kerry Ladies Gaelic Football
The Official Website of Kerry Ladies Gaelic Football

 Link   North Kerry Ladies Gaelic Football

The Official Website of Kerry Ladies Gaelic Football

Link National Ladies Gaelic Football Association
The Official Website of Ladies Gaelic Football Association

Thanks to Lee Strand for sponsoring a set of jerseys for our Under 14 girls team. Jerry Dwyer of Lee Strand presented the new jerseys to the team.

New Code of Behaviour 2019 for Those Involved at Underage Level

The GAA and its sister organisations recently launched the online version of the Code of Behaviour (Underage). This Code has been agreed between the GAA, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, the Camogie Association, GAA Handball Ireland and GAA Rounders. This Code applies to all persons under 18 yrs. of age who participate in our games or other activities and to those who work with them and assist them in any capacity on behalf of the GAA /LGFA

The Code replaces all previous Codes and is a mandatory Code of Behaviour for all Gaelic Games Associations in our work with underage players. It is a comprehensive good practice guidance publication for players, coaches, parents and other Club personnel.