Shelmaliers come out on top of old rivals St. Annes

{moszoomthumb imgid=66 itemid=61 caption=(Juvenile hurling
vs St. Annes.)}Shelmaliers played St. Annes on Monday night last 16th July and came out on top on a scoreline 3-14 to 2-12.

Under 16 Hurling Championship V Glynn Barntown 5th Match  16/07/2007.

Benny Barron got the Shels off to a good start when he converted 2 65’s and 2 frees inside the first 15 mins with Brian Doyle getting a point from play. St. Annes were close at this stage having converted 2 points from free’s and scoring one from play. Feargal Hynes found the back of the net with a well taken goal and Benny Barron on form converting 3 more free’s. Additional points from Ronan Kavanagh and John Campbell left us on a half time score of 1-10 to 1-4.

On the re start Brian Doyle got Shels on scoreboard with a lovely goal and added a point before Benny Barron got a goal after some good team work from the Shels. St. Annes answered with 4 points in quick succession before Brian Doyle and Craig McCabe added points from play. St. Anne trying hard to get back into the game responded with 2 points before Benny got his 6th free of the day which proved to be Shels last score of the match. In a rapid onslaught St. Annes came back with a goal and 2 further points but they had left too much to be done and the match finished on a scoreline of 3-14 to 2-12

Best on the day for the Shels were Brian Doyle, Benny Barron, James Gordon, Shane Griffith, John Campbell, and Stephen Corrigan.

                           Paraic O’Leary.
 Shane Griffith    Kevin O’Leary          Ian  Kavanagh
 Stuart Lacey     James Gordon          Niall Murphy
            Benny Barron  Aidan Cash
Sean Walsh   Brian Doyle            Feargal Hynes       
Johnny Campbell        Ronan Kavanagh    Steven Corrigan

Subs used.   C McCabe for Sean Walsh