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October 12th, 2021

Seniors: Our seniors had a win against Seans in the final group game of the Championship. Final score 2-10 to 10 points. They now progress to the Quarter Final of the Championship where they face Currin this Saturday 16th October in Aughnamullen. We ask as many people as possible to wear their club colours and support the boys and the management.

U17s: Well done to the St Pats U17s who fought a tough battle to come through in the final 20 minutes of their Championship Semi Final V Tyholland to win with a final score of 2-11 to 2-7. They now face Óglaigh Naomh Buach (Corduff/Toome) in the Division 2 Championship Final. This is provisionally fixed for Saturday 30th October but has yet to be confirmed.
Sponsorship- Anyone who would like to sponsor the St Pats U17s for their Championship Final, please contact any committee member. Any sponsorship would be greatly appreciated.
U13s: A big well done to our U13s who showed great spirit in their game V Latton on Saturday last. They came from 12 points down at half time to win the game by 1 point in extra time. Final score 3-16 to 4-12. They will now play in the Division 3 Cup Semi Final the weekend after next. Date and time to be confirmed.
Rounders: Well done to our Ladies Rounders team who played a brilliant game V Carrick. They showed fantastic skills in their game with some fast innings and great hits and catches. Final score was 8-7 to Carrick.
Stewards: Many thanks to everyone who helped out as we hosted the Ladies Junior Championship Final on Sunday. We host the U15 Division 3 Championship Final between Corduff and Aghabog this Saturday at 11am. We would ask any available stewards to be at the Centre for 10.15am.
Thank You: There has been many positive comments about our facilities in recent weeks and we would like to give a special mention to Noel Murnaghan who has worked extremely hard to keep the grounds and facilities looking so well. 
Playr-Fit: Our Playr-Fit club gear shop is now live! The shop will remain open for 4 weeks. All orders will be individually packed for collection at the club. We recommend that initials be put on children’s garments to avoid clothes being left behind or lost. Follow the link to order:

Sympathy: The club wishes to express their sympathy to Lennon family, Lisquigney, Ballybay on the death of John Duffy, Ballybay. Ar Dheis Dé a Raibh a Anam.

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