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St Pats GAA Notes 13/02/2023 Registration 2023 Now that some of our teams have resumed training and others will be resuming shortly players and coaches, please register your membership of the Club for 2023. One of the benefits of registering as a playing member of the GAA or LGFA via the Club is that in the event of an injury sustained playing or training resulting in medical expenses it may be possible to claim a level of refund from the GAA or LGFA Injury Benefit Fund. However, any player seeking to benefit from the Injury Benefit Fund must be a registered member of the GAA or LGFA on Foireann at the time of injury. The respective Injury Benefit Funds are self-funded entirely from the GAA and LGFA funds with no outside involvement. The Injury Funds are not an insurance scheme. The Injury Funds are set up to assist members with some reimbursement for medical expenses incurred due to an injury sustained playing Gaelic football. The respective Injury Benefit Funds do not seek to compensate fully for injuries sustained but to supplement other Schemes such as Personal Accident or Health Insurance. The GAA and LGFA Schemes only provide cover for unrecoverable losses up to the limits specified under the respective Schemes. More details can be viewed on or Foireann Mobile App A Foireann mobile app is now available, and this is the only official membership and communications app for GAA, LGFA & Camogie clubs. The app is available for both iOS (via the Apple Store) and Android devices (via Google Play). The Foireann Mobile app makes it even easier to manage your Foireann profile and all the ways you interact with the Club. We ask all members to download the app as it will make it easier to manage membership, update contact details and keep up to date with team activities. The Foireann membership and communications app is fully integrated with the Foireann membership system – members can log in on the app with their existing Foireann account to see upcoming events which includes event details for anyone in your Family. The app also puts news, fixtures, and results in your pocket so you can stay up to date with the most important and relevant information. Foireann is the GAA system used by clubs to manage membership and it allows members to register for membership and pay online using the Mobile app or the Foireann system at<…> Club Lotto There was no winner of our club Lotto jackpot of €5300 on Sunday night last the numbers drawn were 07,09,20 & 21. The five €30 euro consolation prizes went to:
1. Noreen Walsh Curragraigue 2. Bridget Boyle Derrymore West 3. John P. O Connor Online 4. Phil Curran Blennerville 5. Eamon O Halloran c/o Mono Next week’s lotto will have a jackpot of €5400 and the draw will take place on Sunday night 19/02/2023 at 9:15 PM in Keane’s of Curraheen club lotto can be played online through the club website, Lotto tickets can be purchased from any club officer or at the following outlets: O’Shea Shop and Service Station Blennerville Poff Motors Dingle Road Seamus O’Sullivan Master Butchers Manor Noyeks Mile Height Byrnesworth Skelper Quanes Keane’s Of Curraheen Betty’s Bar The Rock Inn
Many Thanks to All who contribute to our weekly club Lotto. The club cannot emphasize enough the importance of our members promoting the club Lotto among family, friends, and work colleagues. The lotto is now a critical source of funds for the club. We are appealing to all club members to promote our Lotto at this time to ensure our club’s future viability. Please have your Lotto entries in by 7pm, every Sunday evening.
Irish Life Every Step Counts
As of Monday, we are in the position of 28/211 of clubs participating in the Munster Challenge. Alongside the group walks keep up the healthy habits and help St Pats clock up the steps in the Irish Life ‘Every Step Counts’ virtual challenge. Great prizes to be won and healthy competition amongst the community! Download the Mylife App here & join the GAA Munster step challenge & select St Pats Blennerville to register…/mylife-by-irish-life/id1459620652<> Please spread the word & encourage the community to join in. #healthyclubs<…> #irelandlightsup<…> #everystepcounts<…> #stpatsgaa<…>
Ireland Lights Up
Our walking series as part of ‘Ireland Lights Up’ will continue this week hope to see you all there. We look forward to 3 more weeks of group walking Registration starts at 6pm setting off from St Pats Clubhouse at 6.30pm sharp, don’t forget to sign in and wear your HIGH VIS jacket.
The route for this year is starting at St Pats Clubhouse V92RH98, by the canal to the marina and back again. It is a free event and refreshments afterward. No Age limit and Buggies are welcome.
Our Minors St Pats/Kerins O Rahillys had two games last week on Monday Ardfert was too strong and came out as winners. There second game was against Ballymac which was postponed and will be played at a later date in the season.
Our Minors St Pats/Kerins O Rahillys begin their campaign on Saturday 18th of February in Round 1 Div 2B of the Minor Football League against Desmonds at 3pm in Strand Road.
In Churchill last Sunday we began our first match of the season, within a few minutes of the match beginning Brian Murphy scored a superb goal, Churchill were quick to answer back with points. Eoin Greaney and Luke Mulligan made sure to keep our scoring up with each gaining a point for us. Churchill were strong but Breandan Savage scored three of his points to have the game drawn at half time. St Pats 1-05 Churchill 0-08.
The second half began with from Churchill, St Pats not willing to give up added two points with a score each from Patrick Dowling and Eoin Greaney. As this was the first match substitutes were introduced to allow all to have their chance in the game. Substitutes used were Callum Hayes, Adam Mulvihill, Conor Enright, Liam Poff and Damien Cronin. Despite everything Churchill proved too strong and won the game out. St Pats 1-07 to Churchill 0-14.
Our Seniors’ second game in their Tralee/St Brendan’s Senior League game Group B Round 2 sponsored by Lee Strand are playing an away game against Ballymac at 10.15am on Sunday 19th of February in Ardfert Community Pitch. (Turn right at Ardfert Medical Centre and a left turn once you pass the medical centre) Please keep an eye out for changes to fixtures in O Shea’s Gala, Byrnesworth and St Pats Old Clubhouse.
Good Luck
To Kerry who play in Round 3 of Allianz League against Mayo in McHale Park at 7.30pm on Saturday 18th of February.
To Kerry Ladies who play in their Lidl Ladies Division 1 Round 4 game against Dublin at 5.15pm in Austin Stacks Park on Saturday 18th of February.
To Kerry Hurlers who play in their Allianz Hurling League Round 3 against Offaly at 2pm in Fitzgerald Stadium on Sunday 19th of February.
To Kerry Hurlers who beat Carlow last weekend in their Division 2A Round 2 game.
The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families and friends of Kay Duggan Tralee, Mary Daly Ballyard, Michael Brosnan Tralee, Derek (John) Blennerhassett, Marjorie O Shea Tralee, Michael Fitzgerald Tralee, Joe Madden Tobar Naofa, John Hayes Tralee and Denis Switzer Oakpark.
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