No Jackpot winner. No’s 1,15,20,29. Two match 3 winners Sinead Kelly & Mary Flanagan €200 each.
No Jackpot winner. Numbers drawn: 7, 11, 23 and 28. There were two winner of the Match 3, Matty Murphy & Terry Redmond win €100 each.
Your support to the Shelmalier Development Lotto is greatly appreciated as it enables everyone in Hollymount to avail of the great facilities, support further development and to repay the loans on the facility. The Shelmalier GAA Club would like to thank the local people who recently helped the club with the installation of the all new camera system in Hollymount. This system will greatly assist the club in monitoring the grounds and facilities 24 hours a day.
The Shelmalier junior footballers travelled to Oylegate to take on the Shamrocks in the third round of the championship on Saturday week last.
After a very one sided match won by 1-15 to 0-9. Conor Hearne, Neal Rossiter, Eoghan Fitzgerald, Jody Donohoe and Tony Smith gave the Shelmaliers a commanding 1-8 to 0-4 half time lead and apart from a slight recovery by the Shamrocks in the third quarter the Shelmalier were always in control of the match. The team travelled to Monageer on Sunday morning last in their fourth round of the junior football championship against the Starlights and had a comfortable victory bby 2-19 to 0-6. Michael Feeney, Jody Donohoe, Enda Cloake, Neal Rossiter, Colin Redmond and Colin Cleary were among the scorers for the Shelmaliers. The juniors return to hurling action this weekend when they take on the Faythe Harrriers in Wexford Park on Saturday 15th August at 5pm
The senior hurler take on the Rapps in Hollymount Tuesday 23rd June in the fifth round of the senior hurling league starting at 8pm, your support would be appreciated.
The Shelmalier senior hurlers welcomed Glynn Barntown to Hollymount on Thursday last in the fourth round of the senior hurling league
After a very entertaining and challenging match the Shelmaliers came out on top on a final score line of Shelmaliers 0-21 Glynn Barntown 1-11. The Shelmaliers dominated the first 15 minutes with points from Conor Byrne (3), Eoin Doyle (2) and James Cash (2) to build up a commanding 0-7 to 0-2 lead. Glynn Barntown rallied in the last 10 minutes of the half but further points from Paraic O Leary, Tommy Barron, Brian Doyle and Ciaran O Shaughnessy saw the Shelmalier lead by 0-14 to 0-7 at half time. Tommy Barron extended his teams lead on the resumption but a goal from Barntown in the 20th minute left only four points between the side. However, the Shelmaliers scored the last four points to win on a final score of 0-21 to 1-11.
Reminder Shelmalier Music club resumes on Tuesday 6th January, usual times.
No Jackpot winner. Numbers drawn: 10,19,23,27. Two match 3 winners, Ann Murphy and Eric Donoghue receive €100 each.
The club would like to thank our many supporters and helpers and to wish you all a Happy New Year. No Draw 29th Dec, next draw Jan 5th, 2015.
It took extra time to separate the teams but the bookies favourites Kilcormac won by the smallest margin 2-13 to 0-18. Heartbreak for Shels.
Hard luck to our senior ladies who lost out to Rathnure last Sunday
4-10 to 3-6, in the County Senior semi-final. We are so proud of these ladies who have given the club and the parish so many memorable days.