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The following Officers were elected at the AGM Dec 2018

Position                                      Name

Chairperson                          John Rochford

Vice Chairperson                  To be advised

Secretary                               Vince Bolger

Treasurer                               Brendan Ryan

Registrar                                Wanda Dwane

PRO                                         Wanda Dwane


U-16 Hurling

Mungret St. Pauls 2-11 Cappamore 2-12

On Monday 3 August in our Senior pitch the Division 1 team took on Cappamore after a dramatic Camogie match this match was not too far off the same excitement as both sides put in a great battle to find their scores. Mungret St. Pauls opening score came from a penalty which gave them a lead but Cappamore were quick to respond. The half time came just as Cappamore scored their first goal giving them a slight lead at the break 1-4 to 1-6.

Mungret St. Pauls put in a stronger game in the second half coming straight out and regaining the lead. It was half way through the second half when Cappamore struck with their second goal leaving Mungret St. Pauls a goal behind. With 3 minutes left on the clock Mungret St. Pauls found their second goal which leveled the game again. Time was ticking away but it seemed to go slowly as both sides vied for the next score, it was Cappamore with a free in injury time. The ball was sent to the far end of the pitch and with no hawk eye for definite confirmation if the sliotar was batted down by the Cappamore goalie after passing the crossbar, Mungret St. Pauls had to take a loss.

While this match was taking place our U-16 division 3 hurlers were doing their own battle in the village pitch with a smaller gathering it was none the less a game of skill against Askeaton, Ballysteen, Kilcornan. Mungret St. Pauls players put in a fantastic effort and were rewarded with their score of 1-10 but unfortunately Askeaton, Ballysteen, Kilcornan masked their efforts with their score of 4-19.

Not many clubs in Limerick are able to field two competitive U-16 teams which is a great way to bring on our players as they get in game time and for the younger players get a taste of what Championship for U-16 is like.

U-14 Hurling

On Monday 27 July 2020 in Mungret our U-14 hurlers took on a strong Doon team, our players put up a great fight getting their tackles in and making great use of their team mates. Unfortunately this game was not Mungret St. Pauls but it is only the first of the Championship for them.

Juvenile Medal Presentation

The juvenile club hosted their medal presentation on Friday 3 January in the club house. Club Chairman, Brian O’Halloran started the proceedings as he welcomed everyone and wished all the players the best of luck in the season ahead.

Liam O’Gorman gave Liam O’Donoghue a great introduction as he took over the mike to say his few words on his thoughts of how the teams played during the year, that they were an impressive group to watch play. Liam O’Donodghue also gave a few words of encouragement to the players for the season ahead and indeed for their future in playing as senior players with the club. Paul Walsh was called up to help Liam O’Donoghue present the U-14 Footballers their medals.

When the players had received their medals, Liam O’Gorman explained how the U-16 footballers and hurlers have won for many consecutive years and not by luck but by sheer hard work. Each player was then called up individually to accept their medals from Liam O’Donoghue.

Liam O’Gorman then reminded each player it is their club as well as it is the coaches and supporters club and they need to look out for each other and help each other along.

The Juvenile Chairman, John Rochford had a few words to say to close the night out as he congratulated the players for all their hard work which payed off for them and he reminded players to talk to each other and mind each other through the years ahead.

Thank you to everyone who attended on the night.

Sarsfield Football

Congratulations to the Primary Schools Football team who overcame their opponents to become proud winners of the Sarsfield team. Well done to all our players from the various schools they also represented.

Juvenile AGM

The 2019 Juvenile AGM will take place on Wednesday December 4th at the Clubhouse Bar at 8.30pm
​All nominations and motions to be sent to the Bord na nÓg secretary, Vince Bolger, by Thur November 28th
Positions to be filled : Chairman and Secretary.


Primary Schools

Well done to all our players who played with their schools in the recent Cumann na mBunscol Football competition.

Congratulations to the Gaelscoil Raheen U-13 C Girls who beat Kildimo in their final

Well done to Molly Tobin who was on the Girls U-13 A winning team with her school Corpus Christi

St. Nessans played Monaleen in the Boys U-13 A final with St. Nessans coming out second best and in the Boys U-13 B Final Ballybrown overcame Gaelscoil Raheen.



Congratulations to Jack Sommers and Jake Foley who received their Dermot Early Cup medals for Limerick U15s at the Woodlands House Hotel.


U-10 Football

Well done to our super U-10 footballers who made a trip to Kerry on Saturday 26 October 2019, to play in the Austin Stacks, John Lynch tournament. Mungret St. Pauls had 36 players attending and each of these players had an outstanding performance there were 16 clubs taking part which included 6 Kerry clubs and 2 Dublin clubs but we were delighted to see it was Mungret St. Pauls and Ballincollig who played in the final, unfortunately Mungret St. Pauls were outdone on their last hurdle but they gave a fantastic account of themselves, well done to the coaches this result proves that you are doing a superb job.

Division 1 U-15 Football

Mungret St. Pauls 2-8 Fr. Casey’s 1-16
On Saturday 19 October in Mick Neville Park our U-15 footballers had a very early start as they played Fr. Casey’s in in the division 1 final. Mungret St. Pauls put in a great game, Fr. Casey’s lead for most of the game but Mungret St. Pauls came back from 5 points down to level the game at the full time which brought the game into extra time. Unfortunately extra time was where the two sides split and Fr. Casey’s took the win.


U-15 Football

Both our U-15 football teams were out on Saturday 12 October in what should be a tournament style, our division 1 team only had Monaleen in their group and they played this game in Mungret. This was a great game where our players got to showcase their skill, Monaleen gave them a tough time with nothing earned too easily. The final result was Mungret St. Pauls 1-10 Monaleen 3-2.

In division 3 our players played 2 games in Mick Neville Park, they began their day with a match against Rathkeale Cappagh where they seemed to be evenly matched but managed to get a second goal which secured their win, final score Mungret St. Pauls 2-4 Rathkeale Cappagh 1-5. The second match was straight after against Askeaton, Ballysteen, Kilcornan, this too was a close match but it was Askeaton, Ballysteen, Kilcornan who secured the second goal to win, final score Mungret St. Pauls 1-8 Askeaton, Ballysteen, Kilcornan 2-6


U-15 Hurling

As the Limerick minors were so successful this year our U-15 players saw their matches all brought to the same day. We had two teams out at the weekend with our Division 3 team playing in Croagh on Saturday 5 October they had an early start when they played Pallasgreen then Coagh Kilfinny Rathkeale and finally played Claughaun. Mungret St. Pauls were very close in their scores to their first two oponents but they excelled in their last match even with tired bodies in the third match, one after the other. The Division 3 team should be really proud of their performance on the day as they kept working on their scoring and defense through each match.

The Division 1 team were in Monaleen on Sunday 6 October again with an early start they had only 2 matches. Mungret St. Pauls were the only team to hit the net, but unfortunately goals were not enough to bring them through and they came away second best from each match.


U-13 Football

Our U-13 Footballers were out twice last week they were first out against Na Piarsaigh in Na Piarsaigh on Wednesday 2 October where they played a very strong game and got in the extra goal to win the match the second match was at home against a very good Monaleen team on Monday 7 October, our players worked well together and got in some great blocks and hand passes, Monaleen hit hard on our goals but Mungret St. Pauls never gave up and secured their own goals.


Stephen Cahill Tournament

In it’s sixth year the Stephen Cahill tournament took place on Saturday 5 October where we welcomed 2 teams from Doorabarefield, Clooney Quin and Lissycasey in what was a very well run day. We would like to thank the sponsors Goggin Insurance Brokers who sponsored the trophies and medals. The first games got started at 10am with all 8 teams playing, each match was ran off well with a bit of rain falling to make the games a little bit more challenging. The players did not seem to complain as they waded in the muck. The two Mungret St. Pauls teams played some great football but were not strong enough for the visitors as the final was between Doorabarefield and Lissycasey with Lissycasey winning the Stephen Cahill trophy which was presented to the captain by Stephens son, Eoin who we were delighted could attend on the day. There were trophies for each team for the most improved player, David Buckley and Jamie Byrnes were the players awarded for Mungret St. Pauls. Thank you so much to our refs, coaches, umpires and a big Thank you to all the parents who provided sandwiches and treats for the players and parents and to our ladies who helped out in the kitchen serving the tea.


U-13 Football

Mungret St. Pauls 1-2 Fr. Casey’s 2-16

In Mungret on Sunday 29 September 2019 our U-13 footballers played their first U-13 football match in the championship, they put in a valiant effort with a lot of skill on display. Fr. Casey’s were the stronger team on the day while Mungret St. Pauls did not win they showed great potential.


U-16 Hurling

Mungret St. Pauls 1-18 Monaleen 1-11

After a wet day on Saturday the U-16 hurlers were delighted to see sunshine for their final and the pitch in the LIT Gaelic Grounds was in great condition when they came toe to toe to familiar faces in Monaleen on Sunday 29 September 2019.

These two sides have met often and have never failed in giving a very good game. Mungret St. Pauls got their footing right first and lead the majority of the match with Monaleen leading only once Mungret St. Pauls regained the lead and were duly rewarded when they got presented the Shane Hourigan cup.

Mungret St. Pauls started scoring straight away with 2 frees, Monaleen tried to get themselves on the board but misjudged their shots. There was one more point from play for Mungret St. Pauls before Monaleen got started and pointed 3 balls in 3 minutes, The next two minutes had Monaleen in the lead with one point and Mungret St. Pauls knocking them back in the second minute. Mungret St. Pauls continued on their scoring streak as they pointed 3 more times in as many minutes, this was followed by a run at the Monaleen goals and a strong strike to hit the net. Mungret St. Pauls had an eight point lead but they knew not to let their guard down. Both sides scored a point before Monaleen got a lucky break and in a close shot hit the ball past our goalie. Coming into the break Mungret St. Pauls pointed twice more while Monaleen only scored the once.

In the second half the breeze had had changed direction and begun to go against Monaleen. The next eight shots were all from frees with Mungret St. Pauls pointing their first and widing their second . Monaleen also sent 2 frees to the wrong side of the uprights but they pointed their next one. Mungret St. Pauls finishing off the frees with two out of three on target. There was another point a piece to bring the game into the final quarter. Monaleen pointed their next two scores from frees with Mungret St. Pauls replying with two from play. Monaeen pointed one last time with Mungret St. Pauls signing the game off with two final points. Billy Molyneaux accepted the cup from Shane Hourigans Mother and son. The team would like thank the Molyneaux family, Maths Academy and Spar, Racefield for their generous sponsorship of togs. Well done to our U-16 players with a lot of them having won the football the weekend before they deserve their celebrations and a break from training.

Team; Rian Murphy, Darragh O’Connor, Conor White, Fintan Fitzgerald, Barry Duff, Billy Molyneaux, Daragh Bridgeman, Conor O’Halloran, Jack McCarthy, JJ Harrington (1-1), Liam Lynch (0-11 frees), David Geary (0-1), Mark Moroney (0-1), Colin Rochford, Cillian O’Gorman (0-3), Oisin Moss, David Guilfoyle, Jason Hassett, John Wright (0-1), Mark Buckley, Robert Galligan, Fionn O’Dwyer.

Managment: Liam O’Gorman, Mike Fitzgerald, Brian Tobin, Mike Lynch, Tom Bridgeman, Joe Harrington, John Rochford.

U-8 Hurling

Our U8 Hurlers played in a blitz in Clonlara Saturday 28 September 2019. Where they were joined by Tipperary teams Kilruane McDonaghs and Ballina, Clare teams Bodyke Broadford and Clonlara and ourselves representing Limerick. They represented the club very well showing how far they have come in the year. Well done to our young players and their coaches.



U-16 Football Final

Mungret St. Pauls 0-12 Fr. Caseys 1-7

This was a battle to the final whistle for both sides as the leader had changed through the match and the game was on level score for a long time near the end but it was Mungret St. Pauls that got awarded the Gerry Molyneaux trophy in Mick Neville Park on Sunday 22 September 2019.

The game started with both sides scoring a point. Fr. Caseys then took an early lead as they netted a close range free, Mungret St. Pauls suddenly found themselves as they went 7 points unanswered. In the closing stages of the first half Fr. Casey’s pointed from another free to leave themselves 3 points behind.

The restart was slow as Fr. Casey’s attacked the goals but the ball was returned to play and pointed. It took Mungret St .Pauls another while to get back into the game as they pointed from the field. It only took Fr. Casey’s two minutes to close the lead to level the game, there was a lot of play on the field while both sides missed the targets for a quarter of the match. Mungret St. Pauls eventually broke out and pointed, another wide from Fr. Casey’s while Mungret St. Pauls hit a safety point through the uprights. In injury time both sides pointed one more time in the last few chances to take the win.

This team have a lot of medals already to their name as they have won over the last few years all the titles. The management and team would like to thank our Molyneaux family for their very kind sponsorship of their togs from the Maths Academy.

Team; Kieran Bolger, Conor White, Darragh O’Connor, Oisin Moss, Jack McCarthy, Frank Corcoran, Ciarán Uwatse (0-1), Colin Rochford (0-1), Billy Molyneaux (0-2), Daragh Bridgeman, James Killian (0-5, 0-3 from free), David Geary (0-1), Cillian O’Gorman (0-1), Mark Moroney, Conor O’Halloran, Liam Lynch (0-1), Andrew Donnellan, David Guilfoyle, JJ Harrington, Ronan Greaney, Liam Moran, Jason Hassett, Jack Sommers, Mark Buckley, Jack Horgan, Briain Malone, Eoin O’Hagan, Rian Murphy, Cathan Roche.

Management; John Rochford, Ken O’Connor, Liam O’Connell, Liam O’Gorman and Joe Harrington.

U12 Football Final

Our U12 footballers played Ahane in the U12 B Final last Friday evening in UL under lights. The last time we played them in the group stages, it all ended square so we knew this was going to be close.
Our boys played with the wind in the opening half and they took a grip on the game from the start. There was great control and skill in passing the ball about and we played direct ball into our full forward line who were on fire. We led at half time 2.07 to 1.02. We started well in the second half and scored another two goals which was enough to put the game beyond reach. Ahane did respond with three points and were awarded a penalty only for our goalie Eoin Murphy to pull off a great save. We added another goal to seal the victory and finished out 5.07 to 1.02 winners. Well done to al our players who have contributed to the win over the year they are; Oisin Patterson, Cian O’ Connell, Mark Barrett, Conor Mangan, Aaron Morrow, Rory Mullins, James Fleming, Gavin Dore, Eoin Murphy, Jack O’ Sullivan, Thomas O’ Donaill, Rory Fox, Cian Murphy, Jack Dervan, Rory Gleeson, Alan Cleary, Daniel O’ Connell, Killian Begley, Oisin Donnelly, Stevie Barry, Kian Meagher, Liam Ahern, Rory O’ Callaghan, Najim Jaguna,Conor Crowley, George Lloyd, Brian Lynn, Paul Corcoran & Amhlaoibh Bohane.


Liam O’Donoghue U-12 Hurling Tournament

It was a great day on Saturday 21 September when Mungret St. Pauls welcomed Ballybrown, Kilmallock, Doon, Garryspillane and Newtownshandrum, each team got to play 2 matches with an A and a B final to close out the day and determine the winner. Mungret St Pauls and Kilmallock were competing for the O’Malley Griffin Insurance Brokers sponsored Liam O’Donoaghue trophy by the end of the rounds and it was Kilmallock who eventually won by 2 points. Thank you to everyone who helped out on the day, your work was greatly appreciated.

U-16 Hurling SEMI FINAL

Mungret St. Pauls 2-16 Bruff 0-12
In Fedamore on Thursday 19 September our U-16 hurlers played a lovely game in the sunshine to bring them into the Shane Hourigan Final. The U-16 hurlers play like a well run clock, each cog works independently to each other but they work well together as a team to make the ball move up the field and take their scores when they can. This team have won many medals already over the years and are looking to top it off with the U-16 hurling medal.


U-13 Hurling

Mungret St Pauls 1-3 Doon 4-11
Our U-13 hurlers played the last of their group matches in Doon against Doon on Wednesday 18 September. While this match looks like it was played mainly in the Mungret St. Pauls backs, our forwards got their chance to shine by putting numbers on the score board. Well done to this team for their display of skill and determination.

Pa O’Brien U-10 Hurling Tournament

On a lovely sunny Saturday, 14 September Mungret St. Pauls hosted an U-10 hurling tournament, it is in its sixth year to honor our president, Pa O’Brien. We were delighted to welcome 118 U-10 players to our pitches from Ballybrown, Kilmallock, JK Brackens and Newtown Shandrum and Mungret St. Pauls. We were delighted to have 41 boys in our red and white colours. Our Mungret St. Pauls Red team found themselves in a highly skilled grouping where they played JK Bracken Blue, Kilmallock and Newtown Shandrum Green where they were unfortunate to lose which saw them in the D final against Newtown Shandrum Yellow. The Mungret St. Pauls White team were in a competitive group also which matched them up against JK Bracken Black, Ballybrown and Newtown Shandrum Yellow, this team had wins against each of these teams which matched them up against Newtown Shandrum Green in the A final. Our Red team proved too strong for the Newtown Shandrum Yellow team and they won the D final. The A final was a tight game with both sides getting in great scores, unfortunately for Mungret St. Pauls White it was the visitors that won the Pa O’Brien trophy.
Congratulations to all our players who put in a super effort into their game, well done to our players who received the most improved player – Charlie Tobin and Shane Duggan. A very special word of Thanks to Vinnie Gleeson and all our coaches, the refs, parents who helped fed and water the visitors, Helen McKeogh for her continuous help and Kieran Bolger who helped take photos on the day.



U-13 Hurling

Mungret St. Pauls 2-10 Ahane 3-11
On a lovely sunny evening in Mungret on Wednesday 11 September our U-13 hurlers took on Ahane in the first of their group matches. Both sides worked hard to win possession but Ahane won on the score board.

U13 Austin Stacks Tournament

We travelled to Tralee last Saturday to compete in the Austin Stacks U13 Football Tournament. Over 15 teams taking part and it was highly competitive with teams from Cork, Kerry, Galway & Kildare. We played games against Nemo Rangers, An Gaeltacht and Kerins O’ Rahillys. Even though we lost these games, we played our best football in the last game against Kerins O’ Rahillys. The boys learnt a lot from the experience especially the work rate and skill levels by the teams on display. A big thanks to Dave Foley (Wild Geese Restaurant), he was manager on the Day with Sean Ahern and he sponsored McDonalds for the players afterwards which was a nice treat.
Team; Ross O’ Carroll, Rory Mullins, Barry Donnellan, James Fleming, Mark Barrett, Liam Ahern, Billy Dervan, Adam Dore, Eoin Collins, Stevie Barry, Daniel O’ Connell, Aarron Morrow, Mark Galvin, Conor Mangan, Evan Cusack, Kevin Morrow, Thomas O’ Donaill

U-14 hurling SEMI FINAL

Mungret St. Pauls 2-6 Monaleen 2-10

On a sunny Saturday, 7 September in the LIT Gaelic Grounds the first of the U-14 hurling Semi Finals took place with Mungret St. Pauls and Monaleen. These 2 teams have met many times over the years and they have always had a strong game, this was no exception. Mungret St. Pauls were first to point but Monaleen did not wait long to match the score and take a 3 point lead in the first 10 minutes. A pointed free got Mungret St. Pauls back into the game but silly fouls gave Monaleen their next 3 points. In the sixteenth minute there was a run from the middle of the field dropped into the Monaleens square after a scramble on the goal line the ball was helped over the goal line, bringing Mungret St. Pauls back into the game they followed it up with another 2 points to level the game. Another chance for Mungret St. Pauls resulted in their second goal and first lead in the game. There was some great team work from Mungret St. Pauls but no results came from it. Just before half time Monaleen put pressure on our backs as they went for their own goal which was brilliantly denied only for the rebound to be knocked into the net to level the game as they teams split for half time.

The second half had a slow start as both sides had most of their scores in the first 25 minutes, there was a lot of play on the field with the ball going both ends with no scores. Both sides eventually pointed a ball each before Monaleen struck again and hit the net. The pressure was kept on our backs but nothing resulted as our goalie rescued the ball again. With 3 minutes left on the clock Monaleen edged ahead again with a pointed free, Monaleen were trying to hammer in goals but each had the hurley of our goalie there to stop it. The game ended with both sides pointing one last ball each, Monaleen took the place in the Final. This was a testing game for our players as they were attacked on every move they made, they will learn from this and bring it with them to next year when they are U-15.