St. Patrick’s U-15 Boys on a Munster Cup Winning Streak

On a Roll: St. Patrick’s Secondary School U-15 Soccer Team. Front from left: Ruairí Bourke, James Kenny, Jack McElligott, Cathal Sheehan, Redmond O’Connor, Padraig Brosnan and David Griffin. Back from left: Luke O’Connell, Ryan Dennehy, Luke Ring, Trevor O’Sullivan, Shane Browne, Evan Murphy, Conor Wilkinson, John O’Connor, Mark O’Connor and Mint O’Connor.

The U-15 Soccer team from St. Patrick’s Secondary School, Castleisland has got off to a great start in the Munster Soccer Cup.

The campaign kicked off last week with their first game against Gael Choláiste Luimnigh.

Played in Ballyneety, Limerick, St. Patrick’s won this game on a 6 – 2 score line.

Goal scorers were: Ryan Dennehy 3 goals, Jack McElligott 2 goals, and Luke O’Connell scoring the final goal.

Their second game was played at home on Monday against Scarriff Community College with St. Patrick’s playing some excellent football and winning the game 6-0.

Goal scorers were: Ryan Dennehy 3 goals, and a goal each from Jack McElligott, Luke O’Connell and James Kenny.

The next outing is at home against Thurles CC before Christmas.

The best of luck to all involved and keep up the good work.

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