St Pats GAA Notes 14/03/2022

St Pats GAA Notes 14/03/2022

Club Lotto
There was no winner of our Club Lotto Jackpot of €4000 on Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 02, 05, 20 & 28. The five €30 consolation prizes went to:
1. Mary Collins Clahane 2. Denis Foley Kerins Park 3. Eileen Keane Online 4. Joan Devane Online 5. Elaine Daly Kerins Park
Next week’s Lotto will have a Jackpot of €4100 and the draw will take place on Sunday night 20/03/2022 at 9-15PM. 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’Sheas Shop and Service Station Blennerville
Poff Motors Dingle Road
Seamus O’Sullivan Master Butchers Manor
Noyeks Mile Height
Skelper Quanes
Keanes of Curraheen
Betty’s Bar
Rock Inn

Many thanks to all who contribute to our weekly Club Lotto. The Club cannot emphasise 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 clubs future viability.

Please have your lotto entries in by 7pm, every Sunday evenings.

Cúl Camps save The Date

We now have confirmation that St Pats will host a Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camp this year from Monday July 18th to Fri 22nd. Registration is not yet open. This camp is for boys and girls between the ages of 6-13. Mark in your diaries it will be a great week for all.

St Patrick’s Day Parade

We are delighted to announce that we will be taking part in this year’s St Patricks Day Parade in Tralee after a 2 year absence. The parade is starting at 12pm and will be from John Joe Sheehy Rd walking down to the Square. It will be great to see all our boys and girls in their St Pats colours and we encourage as many of our players as possible to walk with us. Any young musicians who would be interested in walking with our group to play music please contact

Juvenile Academy


A nice turnout for our U5s training. Lots of movement and running, and handling the ball. Well done to our players of the week Ana and Tadhg. Also a special mention to Tadhg who celebrated his birthday this weekend.


A great morning this morning at St Pat’s u7 training with 24 boys togged out. We started with a warm up followed by some fun games. We practised our hand passing and kicking and finished up with 2 games of 6 V 6 which had plenty of skill and scores. Well done to Nasser our Player of the week.

U8 Girls

We had a fantastic turnout of 16 girls at training this morning.
It was a fun enthusiastic session for all with the core skills all covered within movement games. The girls were delighted to finish a great session with a game of rollerball which we changed up this week with the coaches and parents knocking out the girls.
With such high enthusiasm it was hard to pick player of the week. This week it went to Abbey Hobbert for her determination, team spirit and excellent practice of skills. Great work girls, keep practicing those skills to impress your coaches & enjoy the fun next week! Go St Pats


Great turnout we worked on our hand passing soloing and our goal scoring the future is bright and full of goals with this great bunch. Sebastian & Alan excelled considering it was their 1st day, Luke & Fionn showed great commitment & tenacity especially in the art of tackling and Luke also pulled off a breath taking save. Finally Noah was the winner of the kicking competition and was very proud of himself

U10 Girls

U10 Girls trained Sunday morning March 13th at Kerry Sports Academy. The girls, ten in total, played lots of fun and fast games and were coached by Labhraidh, Noel and Monica. Throughout the training the girls worked on their hand passing, bouncing and soloing and finished up with a 5 a side match. Rosa Barrett-Gordillo worked especially hard during the practice and the match displaying her skills and deservedly won player of the week. All the girls today put in a superb effort at training. Well done to Rosa and to all the girls! Remember to keep practicing at home and see you

U11 Boys

Considering the heavy rain that fell over the weekend, we had a great turnout for u11 football last Sunday at the MTU Astro. After an active warm-up, coach John led the session with stations working on kick passing, possession, tackling and fundamental movement. We then finished with a game with some great scores from both teams. New player Jake Cahalane continues to improve every week along with Paddy Flynn, Thomas Higgins and Dylan Murphy. Fair play also to twins Tommy & Hugh Costello and Jace & Rylan Flynn who trained very well, after all 4 played for the U13’s the day before. Training continues next Sunday with the time and venue to be confirmed on the WhatsApp group closer to the weekend. In the meantime, we hope all our U11 players will participate with the rest of the club’s juvenile players next Thursday in the St Patricks Day parade. Details about the start time and meeting point also to be circulated through the WhatsApp group in the coming days.

U12/U14 Girls

Our 12’s and u 14’s trained last Friday evening in St. Pats Astroturf and the girls put in a great training session. We focused on hand passing, kick passing and did a lot of running. We finished up with a game to prepare them for their first match which was scheduled for Sunday morning in St. Pats. Unfortunately due to large amount of rain the pitch was unplayable so the game had to be cancelled.


Our U13s turned out against Churchill on Saturday, the only sure thing in a yellow weather warning was we were going to get wet through. The game started with St Pats facing into the wind and rain, which put them up against it from the start. Churchill were winning the ball in midfield and scored a few quick points before St Pats got going, gaining ground but the quick ball helped by the driving wind and rain proved too strong and we went down a few goals and points before the referee called time on the first half.

After half time St Pats were reduced to 11 players, but there was a lift in our play with the wind on our tails, we managed to pull back two quick goals and a point. Churchill answered back with a goal and a few points before St Pats came back with another goal and point. With the rain constantly driving, the referee called time early and St Pats finished down a few goals and points. This was a competitive match spoiled by the atrocious weather conditions and well done to the boys for braving the wet conditions.

Our Minors are at home in the Round 3 of the Minor League to Cordal-Scartaglin on the 19th of March at 4pm.
In Round 1 of the Tralee/St Brendan’s League we were to play Ballymac this was moved to the 13th of March this match did not go ahead so Ballymac got the game.
Our seniors will start their campaign in the Credit Union County Senior Football League Division 3 soon. Please see the below fixtures for games. Dates and Times might be subject to change.
2022 Credit Union SFL Division 3 Round 1 19/03/2022 5pm Skelligs Rangers v St Pats Blennerville Round 2 03/04/2022 2pm St Pats Blennerville v St Senan’s Round 3 10/04/2022 2pm Piarsaigh Na Dromoda v St Pats Blennerville Round 4 24/04/2022 2pm St Pats Blennerville v Churchill Round 5 01/05/2022 2pm Brosna v St Pats Blennerville Round 6 15/05/2022 2pm St Pats Blennerville v Dr. Crokes B Round 7 22/05/2022 2pm Currow v St Pats Blennerville Round 8 05/06/2022 2pm St Pats Blennerville v Firies Round 9 12/06/2022 2pm Ballydonoghue v St Pats Blennerville Round 10 26/06/2022 2pm Glenflesk v St Pats Blennerville Round 11 10/07/2022 2pm St Pats Blennerville v Reenard
Good Luck To Kerry who play Armagh in the Athletic Grounds on the 20th of March at 2pm in Round 6 of their Allianz Football League. Congratulations To Sean Kerins and Karen Walsh who recently had a baby girl. To Fiona Herlihy and Kieran Dineen on their recent wedding. Sympathy The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families and friends of Mary Quinlan from Blennerville and Terry Snr. Nammock New Marian Park.

Best Regards,

Sharon Williams
PRO St Pats Blennerville GAA Club
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