Well done to Shels club men Feargal Hynes, Jay Morris and David Kehoe on successfully completing the charity cycle from Dublin to Castlebridge in aid of Cystic Fibrosis. Over 200 participated in this event and great credit is due to you all.
The Junior A Hurlers had a draw with Adamstown on Saturday evening on a scoreline 3-16 each. Scorers John McGrath 2-1, Darren Malone 1-1, John Redmond 0-9 all free’s, Denis Kelly 0-3, Mick Kelly 0-1 and Brian Doyle 0-1.
The Juvenile Hurlers continued on their winning ways with a convincing win over the Faythe Harriers in Hollymount on Sunday morning last, 3-14 to 1-13. The boys showed tremendous heart, in the second half, to keep the Harriers at bay and to protect their lead, whilst playing against a gale force wind.
Our senior hurlers put in a fine performance to earn a good win over Rathgarogue/Cushinstown in Hollymount on Sunday evening last, 3-17 to 0-11. The full back line of Aaron Watters, Conor Byrne and Cathal Gaule were solid in defence. Goals from Seamie Harding, Chris McGrath and Chris Wall helped seal victory.
3 Shels men featured in the Wexford U21 Leinster football final in Wexford Park on Sunday afternoon. Clive Lawlor Mullinagore at full back, Eoin Doyle, Ballybeg full forward and Tommy Barron Ballybeg corner forward (0-2). Unfortunately Kildare were too strong for Wexford on the day and won out by four points.
Shels men were also on the Wexford minor hurling team that met Kilkenny in Wexford Park in a round robin. Joe Kelly (0-3), Aaron Watters, Chris Wall and Conor Byrne.
Unfortunately, Wexford lost by 6 points conceding two late goals.
U10 and U12’s 6.30 to 7.30 Wednesday
U10 3.00 to 4.00 on Saturday
U12 4.00 to 5.30 on Saturday
New boys most welcome.