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Oswego AOH Supports Local Youth Basketball League

OSWEGO, NY – The local youth basketball league is in need of assistance.

The Ancient Order of Hibernians Dean Michael Barry Division 1 has been strong supporters of this worthwhile endeavor for years.

From left are: Financial secretary - Craig Morrissey; vice president - Patrick Pullen; president - Timothy Kirwan; Oswego County board president - James Goodall; chairman of Standing Committee - Charles Pfeifer; recording secretary - Jamie Muckey.
From left are: Financial secretary - Craig Morrissey; vice president - Patrick Pullen; president - Timothy Kirwan; Oswego County board president - James Goodall; chairman of Standing Committee - Charles Pfeifer; recording secretary - Jamie Muckey.

Due to the economic times, the league just lost a large corporate sponsor, so the AOH steps up again to help.

St. Paul’s Leprechaun Basketball has been serving the youth of Oswego for more than 60 years.

In memory of our founder, La La Ponzi, we continue to offer our various basketball programs for young boys and girls.

The Leprechaun League helps instruct children from third through eighth grade in the fundamentals of basketball.

It also teaches good sportsmanship and the team philosophy.

We believe that the success of our local high school basketball programs starts with the lessons and skills that our athletes learn here in our program.