Congratulations to Luke Roche who won our internal hurling Feile skills competition and now goes forward to represent the Shelmalier’s in the county final. We wish Luke the very best as he tries to retain the title he won last year, before going on to the All Ireland
Well done to Shel’s lads Aodhán Byrne and Tiarnan Malone who were part of the U16 County Hurling panel that played Dublin in the Celtic challenge recently.
Our junior B hurlers secured a draw when they met St.Martins recently in Hollymount in the district campaign.
Shels V Oylgate/Glenbrien in U20 Greenstar Hurling Championship Division 1, in Hollymount, Sunday 29th April at 4 PM. Referee Damian Donovan.
Dont forget that our Feile hurlers are out Sunday at 12.15 in Ferns C.O.E against Fethard. Your support would be gratefully appreciated
Shels V St. James in Enniscorthy Guardian U15 Hurling Championship, in Mersheen on Thursday 26th April at 19.30. Ref TBA.
We would just like to say well done to each and every boy who put on a shelmalier jersey today (also to Jack O’Leary who couldn’t line out today through injury) it was a massive effort from everyone on and off the field.We have a fantastic club which are made up of many good people and this was once again showed today as we catered for 3 other clubs and the Kilkenny camogie team. People are always generous with their time, hospitality and good food. Its the boys that are most important and the character within this group could not be faulted, they have a never say die attitude. We now have to focus on the 29th where we will face Fethard once again.Thanks again to anyone who contributed to a fantastic day, one which the memories will last. Shels abu