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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 halk 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.

Club Lotto is back!  First draw to take place on Monday 10th August.

The Lotto is a vital fundraising source for the club and all the more so while other fundraising activities remain suspended.

Please consider joining the Lotto online in order to support the Club as we continue to reopen and get all teams back playing.

You can sign up for the lotto online at:

There are a variety of ways to play online.  You can sign up for 52, 25 or 10 weekly draws at a time or even ‘three lines in a week for €5’.  All of these options allow you to auto renew so as to be sure that you are entered every week.

Club notes can be activated  HERE

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.

Club notes can be activated  HERE

Dear member,


We are delighted to say that our planning for a return to play is at an advanced stage.  We look forward to welcoming all our players back to action over the next number of weeks.


We will be implementing in full the protocols & guidelines for the safe return to play.  An individual schedule for return for each team will be provided directly by the coaches.


To ensure we can get back to play as soon as possible can we ask you to undertake a few tasks!


  1. All players, parents, coaches and members are asked to read the current safe return guidelines, available on the GAA Website.


Covid-19 Guidelines on Safe Return to Gaelic Games


2.All players will need to be registered for this year before they can return to training or playing.  Registration can be completed at: memberships



3.All players, parents and coaches need to complete the Covid-19 Club Education eLearning Module .  Please retain a printed copy, or a screenshot, of your Certificate of Completion as this will needed by the Club.


Looking forward to seeing you back at the Club.


Mungret St. Pauls

Covid 19 Notices

Posted in: General News 28 Mar
As part of the Limerick COVID-19 Community Response, we have a team of volunteers ready to assist vulnerable people in our community. Please call the dedicated helpline –
1800 832 005
– if you are in need of any assistance. We are here to help so please just ask. Please stay safe.

Centra Raheen number ; 061-300633 ( by Southcourt Hotel)

Centra Dooradoyle number; 061-307063 (by Collins Bar)

Fitzgeralds Spar number; 061- 308 838 (Fr. Russell Road)
Hungry Lyons Take away only Dooradoyle 061-306111
St. Mary’s Aid (Meals on wheels) €5 each 061-318106
Our Lady of Lourdes (Meals on wheels) €5 each 061-228596
In light of the latest government restrictions, Limerick County Board have informed us that the Club Grounds must be closed, and nobody is to enter for any reason, even on their own. The closure will come into effect from today. This position has been adopted to limit community transmission of the Coronavirus and in order to protect vulnerable people in our community. We would ask all club members, young and old, to respect the closure for the duration of the current restrictions.

Club notes can be activated  HERE


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