Kilmallock (@1.1) vs Ahane (@7.0)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Kilmallock will win

Kilmallock – Ahane Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 09:00

Quarter Final in Rhebogue. A series of quick fire points from the impressive Cian Casey in midfield helped Ahane into an early 0-4 to 0-0 lead. Despite being clear underdogs at the outset, our u21 hurlers had an excellent 1-14 to 1-8 victory against Kilmallock in the Co. On a night that wasnt for the feint hearted, it was the men in green and gold who set the early pace. Kilmallock couldnt match Ahanes work rate and tenacious tackling, and were reduced to 14 men just before the half time whistle, with Ahane leading by 0-10 to 0-6.

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The very best of luck to Shauna Foley and the entire Limerick squad in the All Ireland Junior Final on Sunday. The club is extremely proud of Shauna, Its a fantastic achievement at such a young age to be involved in an adult team contesting an All Ireland Final.

Saturday 14th (4-5pm) - Ahane Over 35's Hurling

A Club Golf classic will take place on Friday 6th June at Adare Manor Golf Club and is kindly sponsored by Tom Leahy of West Auto Electrics, Newcastle West. Anyone interested in booking a tee time should contact Kieran Darcy (087-2023577) or Gary Kirby (087-2570690). Entry fee for a team of four is 200 (including dinner) and patrons can also sponsor tee boxes at 50. This event is a major fundraiser for the club and a great opportunity to have an enjoyable day out with your fellow club members.

Over the coming days, the Officers will meet to allocate tickets to the membership. We will endeavour to meet the members' requirements to the best of our abilities. Each club is granted an allocation by the County Board but demand has greatly exceeded supply. Tickets are expected to be handed out in midweek. We are hopeful that we will receive a further allocation, but there is no guarantee. Message about All-Ireland Final ticket allocation: There is huge interest in tickets for the final. However, members should be mindful that demand exceeds supply many times over. The club has received its first ticket allocation.

We would like to send our congratulations and comisserations to Sinead Allen and her limerick team mates who were defeated by Waterford in the U16 All-Ireland camogie final last Sunday 25th August in Nenagh. Well done to kilmallock u10 camogie girls who put on a fine display of hurling at their match at home to Bruff last Thursday evening in GAA field. Thanks to the club for organising the bus to Nenagh and to the adults that travelled on it and supervised the kids! It was a great achievement to get as far as the final, keep up the good work Sinead ( kilmallock camogie club player). A few of our u10 girls went to support and had a great day out. A close tight game between the two teams and great enthusiasm shown from both sides. The girls next outing is a blitz in Murroe/Boher next Saturday 31st August at 10am.

The Club Limerick Draw is now open for 2018 raising much needed funds for both club and county. There will be thirty Guaranteed Cash Prizes per month with top prize 12,000 & a Star Car prize in December worth 25,000. You can play online http://limerickgaa.ie/club-limerick-draw-signup/ , contact any Patrickswell GAA club member or call/email Siobhan in the Limerick GAA Office on 061-335516 / [email protected] .

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In what could be described as a 'very lively' match, the Ahane boys showed great resilience and maturity to close out the game very much on top. The last game was a very closely contested affair and the second Na Piarsaigh team just eeked out a win as the heroic efforts of the second match began to take their toll. We would like to thank Na Piarsaigh and Kilmallock for a very enjoyable evening. The mentors and players were able to use the changing rooms before the game and this was a big thrill for all with the children hanging their tops on the clothes hooks and imagining a big match dressing room atmosphere. We had two teams playing three matches each, one of our teams had a slow start against Kilmallock but really got going in the second half for a very enjoyable game, with 2 further and very good games against the Na Piarsaigh teams with the Ahane players performing well and enjoying the experience. The other Ahane team got off to a great start against the first Na Piarsaigh team and this proved to be a great warm up for the second game against Kilmallock. With incredible marking and some very impressive score taking it was by far the display of the season, and the animated Ahane supporters on the side line agreed with a spontaneous applause for the team on the final whistle. Overall it was a memorable night and the children can be so proud of how far they have developed over the course of the year. U8 : The Ahane U8s had a great time under lights in the Gaelic Grounds on Friday last with a blitz against Kilmallock and Na Piarsaigh.