- Position: Midfielder
- Number: 18
- Age: 32 (27th November, 1991)
22 year old Lee joined the club ahead of the 2014 season having previously been with Sligo Rovers.
Describing his own style of play, Lee is a “forward thinking player who likes to get on the ball and pass and move,” adding that his game is to “just get the ball down and play football.”
Lynch’s football career took off at the age of 16 when he joined English club West Bromwich Albion. The Limerick man played reserve football for the Baggies while also training with the first team. However after spending 3 years with West Brom without making an appearance for the first team, Lynch joined the Glenn Hoddle academy.
In the year he spent with Hoddle’s academy, he secured a loan during that time with Spanish Liga B side Xerez CF. There Lynch developed his technical ability, where he claims himself that his time at the Spanish club improved his own game and ‘opened his eyes up to the European game.'
Ironically it was an unsuccessful trial with Dundee United that proved crucial in Lynch’s career as despite failing to secure a contract, his performance in a friendly against Drogheda United caught the eye of Mick Cooke. The Boynesiders’ manager immediately offered the midfielder a deal in July 2011, and Lynch proved to be an instant hit as he scored 4 goals in 14 appearances and was named Fan’s Player of the Year at the end of the season.
In 2012, Lynch signed for Paul Cook’s Sligo Rovers. In his time with the Bit O’Red, Lynch won both the league in 2012 and an FAI Cup winner’s medal in 2013.
The young midfielder will be hoping to add further winner’s medals to the ones he has already by pushing on with the Saints in 2014.
Lee made his début for the club in February 2014 in the Saints' opening game of the year - the 2-1 home win over Dundalk in the 4th round of the Leinster Senior Cup.
Previous Clubs: West Bromwich Albion (2007-10), Glenn Hoddle Academy (2011), Xerez (2011), Drogheda United (2011), Sligo Rovers (2012-13)
Statistics (All Time)
Appearances (All Competitions)
Leinster Senior Cup
Goals (All Competitions)
Leinster Senior Cup
|Date||Competition||Home Team||Away Team|
|July, 26th 2014||League||Athlone Town||0||St Patrick's Athletic||2||REPORT|
|July, 23rd 2014||Champions League||St Patrick's Athletic||0||Legia Warszawa||5||REPORT|
|July, 16th 2014||Champions League||Legia Warszawa||1||St Patrick's Athletic||1||REPORT|
|July, 11th 2014||League||Bohemians||1||St Patrick's Athletic||1||REPORT|
|June, 27th 2014||League||St Patrick's Athletic||3||Bray Wanderers||2||REPORT|
|June, 13th 2014||League||Dundalk||0||St Patrick's Athletic||0||REPORT|
|May, 30th 2014||League||St Patrick's Athletic||5||Derry City||2||REPORT|
|May, 23rd 2014||League||Limerick||2||St Patrick's Athletic||0||REPORT|
|May, 20th 2014||Leinster Senior Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||1||Shamrock Rovers||0||REPORT|
|May, 16th 2014||League||UCD||1||St Patrick's Athletic||1||REPORT|
|May, 9th 2014||League||St Patrick's Athletic||3||Cork City||2||REPORT|
|May, 6th 2014||League Cup||Bohemians||3||St Patrick's Athletic||2||REPORT|
|May, 3rd 2014||League||Sligo Rovers||2||St Patrick's Athletic||2||REPORT|
|April, 25th 2014||League||St Patrick's Athletic||4||Athlone Town||0||REPORT|
|April, 21st 2014||League||Drogheda United||0||St Patrick's Athletic||4||REPORT|
|April, 18th 2014||League||St Patrick's Athletic||3||Bohemians||1||REPORT|
|April, 14th 2014||Setanta Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||1||Sligo Rovers||5||REPORT|
|April, 11th 2014||League||St Patrick's Athletic||1||Shamrock Rovers||0||REPORT|
|April, 7th 2014||League||Bray Wanderers||1||St Patrick's Athletic||3||REPORT|
|March, 25th 2014||Setanta Cup||Sligo Rovers||2||St Patrick's Athletic||0||REPORT|
|March, 22nd 2014||League||St Patrick's Athletic||1||Limerick||1||REPORT|
|March, 14th 2014||League||St Patrick's Athletic||3||UCD||2||REPORT|
|March, 10th 2014||Setanta Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||5||Ballinamallard United||0||REPORT|
|March, 7th 2014||League||Cork City||1||St Patrick's Athletic||1||REPORT|
|March, 2nd 2014||President's Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||1||Sligo Rovers||0||REPORT|
|February, 24th 2014||Setanta Cup||Ballinamallard United||0||St Patrick's Athletic||1||REPORT|
|February, 17th 2014||Leinster Senior Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||2||Dundalk||1||REPORT|
Founded in 1929 the 'Saints' are the current FAI Cup holders and play in the Premier Division of the SSE Airtricity League at Richmond Park, in Inchicore Dublin 8, Ireland.