St Patricks GAA notes

November 06, 2017

Munster Junior Hurling Quarter Final
 

St Patricks 0 11 Ardmore 4 20
 

14 Man St Patricks were well beaten by a strong Waterford side in the gaelic grounds.With one player unavailable and three carrying knocks from the previous  week and unused subs , it was a chance for others to impress.Very competitive in the opening ten minutes  against a stiff breeze  two goals in a minute  from Ardmore,one after a strong challenge on our goalkeeper went unpunished, turned the game on its head. St Patricks performed admirably for the rest of the half and had the lead back to five points and playing well. Four points in quick succession  before the break  stretched the lead again and Ardmore led 2 10 to 7 points at half time. On the restart  St Patricks were to get the first score and looked well set to mount a challenge. The concession of a well taken goal by Seamus Prendergast and then  minutes later when St Patricks were reduced to fourteen men this all but finished the game. Ardmore were clinical all through and St Patricks were up against really  impressive opposition today and can have no complaints.
 

Again like last year where we played the eventual All Ireland champions a week before the county final it was a tough day at the office and  with one eye on the big prize next week it was always going to be a tough fixture.

 

Next Sunday 12th Of November at 2pm in Bruff we meet Kilmallock  in the third instalment of the County  Junior Hurling Final.  We ask one last time for your support on the day as  this is sure to be another cracking game.
 

David Geary,Thomas O Grady,Mark Phelan,Gavin Mullins,Jack Greenwood,Gearoid Hegarty(0 1),Wayne Cronin,Niall Phelan,Kevin Maher,Michael Geary(0 1),Brendan Mullins(c)(0 1),John Mullane,Calvin Moran(0 7(5f)),Andrew Hannigan,Jack Doyle(0 1)
 

Padraig Reale for John Mullane 

Dermot Phelan for Jack Doyle

James Madden for Thomas o Grady

Unused Subs:Gearoid Phelan,Jason Mullins,Keelan Stephenson,Tony Quigley,Barry Toomey.



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