Trip to Tipp – U21 All Ireland

Come along and support our own James Cash & Simon Donohoe in U21 Hurling Final Sat 12th Sept. Bus details ….

Bus leaving from Hollymount (Approx 3pm, Throw In 7pm) €10 a seat + a stop at McDonalds. Seat Confirmed with Full Payment.
Contact Sheila Roche 087-2075574. Call or Text
Kenny Hearne 087-7736891, Text only
Children must be accompanied by Adult.
Match Tickets: Tickets Avail from Monday 7th Wex Park €?

Glynn too strong for Shels

Shels U21 Hurlers were not strong enough to overcome an on form Glynn/ Barntown in the U21 hurling knockout game last Weds night. Final score 2-12 to 1-08. Report ….

The Shelmaliers took on local rivals Glynn/Barntown in the first round of the under 21 hurling championship in Killurin on Wednesday evening last with the home team winning by 2-12 to 1-8 after a challenging match. Conor Hearne got the Shelmaliers on the scoreboard with a point in the 2nd minute of play, but Barntown soon responded with a goal and six points before Conor Hearne converted two further points for the black and amber side. Barntown continued to dominate and they lead by 2-7 to 0-6 at half time.  A goal from Liam Rockett in the 10th minute gave the Shelmaliers some hope of a recovery, however, Barntown continued to dominate and ran out winners by 2-12 to 1-8 to go through to the next round.

U21 Hurling 2015

All roads lead to Killurin (tonight) Tues 21st July for the much anticipated U21 hurling contest between the Shelmaliers & Glynn/ Barntown at  7-30pm.

There is never much between these two sides a great contest is expected. All members and supports are asked to give the team your support  tonight in Killurin at 7-30pm.

U21 Hurling Co. Duty

Well done to Wexford U21 Hurlers on their Leinster win last night V Kilkenny, specially Shelmaliers men Simon Donohoe and James Cash.

Simon Donohoe and James Cash were outstanding on the Wexford u21 hurling team who had a magnificent victory over archrivals Kilkenny in Wexford Park on Wednesday night last, they now look forward to the All-Ireland semifinal next month.