It's been a busy but brilliant day in PatsLand.
In the Inter Championship, Pats beat St Margarets 1-14 to 1-06 at home.
In the Junior Championship, the 2nds beat Castleknock 4-12 to 0-08 over in Castleknock.
In the afternoon at Ballymastone, the 3rds beat Na Fianna 1-14 to 1-10 and the 4ths won 6-10 to 1-16 against O'Dwyers.
In addition to that, our U9 girls played a stormer in a thrilling 3 team match against Whitehall and our U15 girls had a draw against a strong Boden side.
Fielding 4 adult men's football teams for Championship is a first for us in Pats.
These things don't just happen so huge congrats to the players and their management teams for the effort and determination shown this season. It was a hugely entertaining day of football - maith sibh go leir!
Thanks too to all the supporters who lined the pitches for all our games today. I hope you don't underestimate the effect you have. Eoin Byrne - our Seconds Captain was grateful for the travelling support that buoyed the lads up from a slow start to a skilful victory. From playing games behind closed doors, to hear the sidelines ringing with the Pats Roar is really appreciated!
All adult & minor games are up on stpatsgaa.com/#fixtures.
Next up are the Minor Ladies who travel out to St Peters at Ballyboughal tomorrow; both teams are undefeated having already made the semi-final. This game is to see who tops the table.
On Wednesday, our Ladies travel to Lusk where 1st plays 2nd in the League in what's sure to be a humdinger of a game.
Then next Sunday our Hurlers take on Thomas Davis at home 11h00. Both teams are currently top of the table so it'll be a great game to watch.