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The GAA community is a closely knit community which experiences a great sense of loss with the passing of one of its members .Na Piarsaigh felt that sense of loss recently with the death of one of its stalwart members Dan Hickey. Suaimhneas síorai dá anam uasal. A lover of Irish culture,Irish language and Gaelic games, Dan was an active member right up to his death.
There are many legacies he left us..his tireless commitment to An Scór, The Mackey Stand and his organising an Oíche Ghaelach in the club many times .Ba ionspioráid dúinn go léir é. Dan was a visionary..he got things done and his loyalty to Na Piarsaigh and Limerick GAA never wavered. It is said of visionaries and I quote “A visionary builds what dreamers can only dream of”. Rinne Dan obair íontach i rith a shaoil agus caithfimid go léir an obair sin a dhéanamh anois agus sa todhchaí gan Dan.
Our senior footballers enjoyed a comprehensive victory over St Kierans in Round 4 of the County Senior Football Championship on Friday evening to keep alive their hopes of a quarter final spot.
We began brightly and had early points from Dylan Cronin,Eoin Hogan, Kieran Daly and Podge Kennedy to put us in control along with a very good goal from Aaron Costelloe to take a 5 point lead into the break 1-5 to 0-3.
We continued the second half where we left off with further points from Gordon Brown,Evan Egan, Kieran Daly and Kieran Barr but conceded a rather soft goal to allow our opponents back into the game.
However we showed good character and mid way through the second half we had our second and decisive goal from Gordon Brown to put the seal on a very good performance. Final Score Na Piarsaigh 2-13 St Kierans 1-5
Best performers on the night were Gordon Brown, Kieran Daly, Dylan Cronin, Podge Kennedy and Evan Egan.
Team : Brendan Donnelly, Diarmuid Ryan, Dean McLoughlin, Cian Coady, Gordon Brown(1-1),Kevin Nolan, Padraic Kennedy(0-1), Eoghan Kehilly, David Dempsey(0-1), Brian Shannon, Kieran Daly(0-3,1f), Dylan Cronin(0-2), Evan Egan(0-1), Eoin Hogan(0-2,1f), Aaron Costelloe(1-1). Subs: Kieran Barr(0-1), Daragh Kennedy, Alan Finnegan, Evan Condon, Peter Hodnett