The pace of life in Pats is speeding up again. From training solo at home, their members are now returning to training at Ballymastone in small controlled groups with their eyes firming on the prize of returning to matches. It’s been a frustrating lay off for such a sport-focused club as theirs and the excitement in the parish is palpable.To keep everyone entertained during the break, they’ve been running a series of interviews with Pats People of all ages involved in playing, supporting, coaching & managing the Club. The interviews - which appear on their StPatsGAA Facebook page daily at noon - have proved to be a big hit with interesting insights on topics ranging from favourite sporting events to top 3 films & songs.While the match & training action may have ceased, work has continued on their grounds with improvements to their car park and water connection along with pitch maintenance & development. The club’s grounds at Ballymastone look impressive even on a cold wet winter’s day but there really is something special about the place on a sunny summer day. Hat tip to Ian Maher for this fabulous shot of Pats grounds at Ballymastone with Ireland’s Eye in the background.