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Club Notes 03/06/24

June 02, 2024 777 Views

Senior Hurling


Our senior hurlers maintained their unbeaten run in the league defeating Patrickswell in the City Final in the Gaelic Grounds last Thursday evening. The Well took a deserved 2 point lead into the half time break having been much more efficient in front of goal in the first 30 minutes. The break served our lads well, outscoring our opponents by 5 points to 1 in the opening 6 minutes of the second half. Marcus Hogan was introduced just before half time for an injured Daithí Dempsey, and he certainly added good energy to our forward unit. The Well fought back to go ahead 19 points to 18 but this was the last they were to see of the lead. On the 45 minute mark Kevin Downes powered up from wing back to drive a ball over the bar and level the game. We scored another 8 unanswered points to put the game to bed. During this period Gearoid Synnott denied them a certain goal with a tackle that would have received praise if performed over in Thomond Park. Evan Condon in goals also pulled off an excellent save to deny our opponents late on.

Special mention to Padraic Heaney who had a solid game at corner back but was unlucky to pick up an ankle injury close to the final whistle. We wish Padraic all the best in his recovery.

We play Murroe Boher in the county semi-final with fixture to be confirmed this week. Final score: Na Piarsaigh 0-28 Patrickswell 0-20

Team: Evan Condon, Emmett McEvoy, Gearoid Synnott, Padraic Heaney, Tommy Grimes (0-01), Mike Foley, Kevin Downes (0-01), Ronan Lynch (0-07, 3f 1'65), Wayne Kearns (0-02), Kevin Daly (0-02), Will Henn (0-07, 3f), Daithí Dempsey (0-01), Dylan Lynch (0-03), Keith Dempsey (0-02), Kieran Daly. Subs used: Marcus Hogan (0-02), Pat Gleeson, Jim Beary, Mark O'Connor, Bradley Moran. Subs not used: Cathal King, Sean Long.

Our current and some future Na Piarsaigh stars

Primary Game


Best of luck to Paddy McCaul of Scoil Chríost Rí and Na Piarsaigh who has been selected for the Limerick Primary Game. Paddy will line out at half time of next Sunday’s Munster Final between Limerick and Clare in Thurles.

Remember the name! Na Piarsaigh and Scoil Chríost Rí's Paddy McCaul.

Launch of Na Piarsaigh Strategy – Change of Date!


The launch of our 3-Year Strategy, originally set for the 3rd of June has been pushed out a week to Monday the 10th of June. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Limerick Long Puck


Well done to Rinan Lynch who took part in last weekend’s Limerick Long Puck that took place in Galteemore. Ronan came home in third place, with Hospital Herbertstown’s Aaron Murphy taking the top prize.

Ronan doesn't look that much out of place on the side of a mountain..

Summer Camp


Our summer camps will run for 1 week in July, the 1st to the 5th, and a second week in August, the 19th to the 23rd. Catering from ages 6-12 with full details available on ClubZap. All are welcome including non-members. Sign up here.

Business Breakfast


We are delighted to say that our inaugural Corporate Business Breakfast fundraiser on the 7th of June is now sold out. We would like to thank all those who have supported the fundraiser as we look forward to the event next Friday morning.