St. Pats Men and Ladies 2013

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This years A.G.M. took place on the 20th of October at The Jester Bar and Grill. The following members have been elected to the clubs executive for 2014.


Chairperson: Barry O’Connor

Vice-Chairperson: Yvonne Morley

Secretary: Peter Byrne

Treasurer: Cormac MacLochlainn

Registrar: Colm Fitzpatrick

Public Relations Officer: Rory Newman

Ladies Liaison Officer: Deirdre Matthews

Mens Liaison Officer: Ray McIlroy

Committee Member: Teresa O’Sullivan


Montreal 9-a-side

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Please visit our News and Events page to read about the Pats trip to Montreal. We've not included the seedy details, so don't worry lads and ladies.



St. Pats Ladies Inaugural Match

Good luck to the St. Pats Ladies in their first match. Please come out and support the team at 3pm on Sunday, May 12 as they take on Brampton Roger Casements. They have put in a huge amount of effort during the pre-season and will no doubt do the club proud.


Toronto Indoor 7's Tournament


History was made this past weekend as the St. Pats ladies took to the fields at Monarch Park Stadium.  Playing their inaugural match against defending championship winners, St. Mikes was a big ask, but the girls in Red and White, gave a gutsy performance, which belied their inexperience.  

Getting a few scores in their next game against a fiesty Brampton side, confidence was building as the girls went into their third match against an Ottawa-Montreal combination team.  With fantastic scores from Renee Tong, Michelle Nagle, Teresa O'Sullivan and Michelle Gleeson, the girls finished the game level, and got their first point of the day.  

A tough final match against tournament finalists Durham, would end the day for the team, as they were knocked out of the semi-finals on score difference.  Despite not advancing, the team did themselves proud, as for most this was their first Gaelic football match.

The men had mixed results, starting strong with a win over Durham Robert Emmets, but ended up also missed out on the semi-finals on score difference. The club would like to record their thanks to the Toronto GAA for organizing a fantastic tournament, and also congratulate all the players who took part in this historic day for the club. 


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 St Pats are looking for new players to join our club including a new ladies team, all experience levels are welcome, contact us at StPatsToronto@gmail.com 


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