COMMUNITY SHIELD PROGRAMME ON THE WAY

  • Sat, Dec 04, 2004 @ 0:00

St Patrick's Athletic FC and new club sponsor Smart Telecom are together looking forward to instituting a new community programme, labelled the Community Shield, into the Dublin city area in 2005. The future programme will involve the mediation and involvement of the young and underpriveleged children and students throughout the Dublin area. The programme's main goal is to provide the children of the community with positive role models and initiate beneficial ways of living to the young and developing community.

The Community Shield programme serves as another prime example of how the club and club sponsor will continue to work together to improve the local area. Philip Nolan, commercial manager of the club, recently commented, "St Patrick's Athletic and Smart Telecom are committed to helping the community in whatever way they can. One must realise that what happens on the pitch serves as part of an entertaining game. It is what happens off the pitch that matters most."



Next Fixture

Cork City / May 25th @ 7:45pm
Competition: League
Venue: Richmond Park

League Goals

Jake Keegan

5

Conan Byrne

4

Dean Clarke

4

Ian Bermingham

2

Kevin Toner

2

League Table

Pos Team Pld Pts
1Dundalk1840
2Cork City1738
3Waterford FC1833
4St. Patrick's Athletic1830
5Derry City1727
6Shamrock Rovers1722
7Bohemian FC1819
8Limerick1816
9Sligo Rovers1715
10Bray Wanderers188