Best of luck to Dylan O Néill who is part of the Minor County Hurling panel who are playing Laois tomorrow in Innovative Wexford park.
Shels U17 boys travelled to Blackwater last night on a very wet and windy night. The conditions were very tough on both teams but there were some great display of Hurling for both sides, the boys fought hard but were beaten on the night. Final score Shels 2-7 Blackwater 1-11.
Hard luck to the Shel’s minor hurlers this evening v Naomh Eanna, they fought hard but just not their night, ft 3.10 to 3-11
All at Shelmalier GAA club want to wish Conor Hearne, Screen all the best as he starts for the Wexford minor hurling team playing Dublin in Croke Park Sun 2 PM.
Profile: Age: 17. Club: Shelmaliers. School: St Peters. Position: Forward. Biggest Influence on You as a player so far: Family. Tittles won for Club & School: 2 County U-16 Football tittles.
Well done Wexford minor hurlers & Shels man Conor Hearne who scored 4 pts. Wexford winning AET V Dublin in a thrilling encounter. Great team work lads.
Well done Wexford minor hurlers & Shels rep, Conor Hearne who scored 1-4 at centre forward on the day, great team effort.
Wexford beat Westmeath 5-15 to 1-12 in Cusack Park.
Hard luck to the Shels minor hurler’s v St. Martins recently, the lads fought hard on the day but the Martins were just that bit stronger. FT Martins 1-15 Shelmaliers -08
The Shelmalier minor hurlers played the second round of championship on Sunday last when they took on St Martin’s in Piercestown.
The home team were the stronger in the first half, however, the Shelmalier boys were showed some great hurling in the second half where the matched St Martins score for score.
Congratulation to Shelmalier players Jody Donohoe, Conor Hearne and Glen Malone.
The three Shels men played an enormous part in the St Peters College outstanding victory over St Brigid’s Loughrea by 0-17 to 0-10 in Saturdays All Ireland Senior A hurling quarter final. The team now go forward to the All Ireland semi final against Thurles CBS in the near future.
A great evening was had by all at the Charity game
in Glynn/Barntown in aid of Hospice Homecare. After an exciting thrilling game 2-11 to 3-07 Wexford victory against Scotland U17. We are delighted to have Jodie Donohoe as the captain and also Jodie’s socre of 1-1 helped the team to victory. The Castlebridge Bank lead the way with Jodie leading the Wexford Shintee team. check out the photo’s.