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St Pats GAA Notes 22 January 2024

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St Pats GAA Notes 22/01/2024


Club Lotto

Due to the inclement weather and
weather warning which were in place on Sunday our lotto draw was postponed=
until Monday 22nd of January. Please see our social media =
for lotto results.

Club Lotto can be played online
through the club website,  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


Skelper Quanes

Keane’s Of Curraheen

Betty’s Bar

The Rock Inn

Many Thanks to all who contributeto 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 night.

Juvenile Academ

We’re Back, St Pats Football Academy will take place very Sunday morning in Kerry Sports Academy, MTU North Campus V92HD4V. Starting Sunday February 18th from 11am-12pm.
Open to all boys and girls from Under 5 to Under 13. Contact Michael for further information on 086-3855428.

Come along any Sunday, All New Members welcome!

 County Board Appointments

 At the recent Co Committee meeting the following St Pat’s people were appointed to positions on sub committees for 2024. Joe Costello (Coaching Officer) was appointed Vice Chair of CCC. Jimmy Mulligan was appointed Chair of the Health & Well Being Committee and Tadhg O’Halloran was appointed to the Hearings Committee. We wish all three the best of luck in their positions, in the coming year.

Ireland Lights Up/Irish Life Every Step Counts

It’s that Time of Year Again to join St Pats Healthy Club Walking Challenges!

Come and join the Ireland Lights Upv6 weeks walk, we began on Tuesday evening the 9th of January at 6.30pm sharp from the clubhouse. 33 walkers took part last Tuesday night in very cold weather with a brisk pace we were kept warm while enjoying the beautiful surroundings of the marina. As of Monday Morning, we have walked a total of 5791.4KM and in 21st in 250 clubs. Free and Suitable for all, buggies welcome. High vis essential. Still time to join us!

Get Competitive with Yourself and The Community in The Irish Life Steps Challenge, help St Pats GAA clock up the steps on the leader board and be in with a chance to win €30K in cash prizes!

Round up your friends and community to join in! To take part download the MyLife app join the Munster step challenge group and help St Pats Blennerville move up the leaderboard.

50 Years of Memories

Thank you to all who have given old photos about our club for 50 years of memories if you have any items that you would still like to share with us, we would greatly appreciate anything of interest. Any enquiries/items can be emailed to or for collection of items Sharon 0879712665

Please note that the 1st of February 2024 is the final date we will be accepting items. Thank you in advance again.

Best of Luck

 To Kerry who take on Derry in Division1 Round 1 of Allianz Football League at Austin Stacks Park at 5.30pm on Saturday 27th of January.  TV Coverage is on RTE2 at 5pm.

To Kerry Ladies who take on Waterford in their Round 2 of Lidl Ladies National Football League at 2pm on Sunday 28th of January in Fitzgerald Stadium.



To Kerry Ladies who defeated Dublinin Round 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League at the weekend.

 To Mercy Mounthawk who overcame St Francis Rochestown on the Astro in Pairc Ui Chaoimh last Wednesday, St Pats were represented on the team by Ben Sharp who came on in the second half, Thomas Sheehy who was also part of the squad and Luke Mulligan who is one of the coaches of the team.

To Tralee CBS The Green were also the winners in their game overcoming Abbey CBS Tipperary on the 4G pitch in UL, with Liam O’Sullivan as coach.

Both teams are now through to the semi-finals, but both will have to wait to find out their opponents as the other quarter finals were not played due to frozen pitches.


The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families and friends of James Sheehy Caherbreagh, Padraig Tansley Cork & Fenit, Dessie Hurley Jnr Stacks Villas, Mary Foley nee White Caherslee and Trevor Giles Oakpark.