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Saturday 17 August 2019

OVER THE WATER

CAMOGIE

St. Ibars/Shelmalier U8 girls displayed their skills in a friendly match against Rosslare on Saturday last, with great encouragement from Stephen, Ann Marie, Trish and the parents. Their next game will be a challenge game on Monday, July 23 at 6.30 p.m. in Hollymount where they will play St. Martins.

Well done to the under 10 team who were victorious over Rosslare on Saturday, July 14 on a 2-0 to 1-1 scoreline. The girls were managed by John, Tom and Trish.The next game will be played on Saturday, July 21 against Kilmore in Hollymount at 11 a.m.

Following a highly competitive game of camogie with some fantastic scores, the under 12 team were defeated by Oulart/The Ballagh on Wednesday last going down 5-0 to 2-3. The girls are managed and trained by Paul Kenny and Angie Kinsella. Their next game will be played on Saturday, July 25 against Craanford at 6.30pm in Hollymount.

Well done to the U16 team who drew with Kilrush in the first round of the championship on Thursday of last week. Despite the wet and windy conditions the girls gave it their all. Their next game is this coming Thursday away to Marshalstown at 7 p.m.

Best of luck to the Junior A girls in their championship away match against the Rapparess in Belefield. Time and date to be confirmed.

Hard luck to Michelle Doyle and Bridget Curran and the county Intermediate team who were beaten on Saturday last, and to Kate Kelly and Katrina Parrock and the county senior team who went down to Galway on Saturday on a 3-14 to 0-10 scoreline.

The under 14 team are training every week, having received a walkover in the first round of the championship from Monageer.

GAA NOTES

Over 100 young boys & girls participated in the Kellogg's Cul Camp in Hollymount last week. A fantastic time was had by all. A special raffle was held by the Shelmalier Coiste na nOg for all and the winners were Brian Donohoe, Sadbh McCarthy, Alex Murphy, Tiernan Neville & Joe Coone. Thank to all who took part and to the parents and players and coaches, for making Hollymount one of the best attended camps.

Hard luck to Brian Malone, Oldtown and Stephen Banville, Orchard Lane who played for the senior Wexford football and hurling teams respectively that lost out in Thurles.

The Junior B footballers beat Crossabeg/Ballymurn's second team. John Nolan and Stanley O'Leary controlled midfield with stout defending by Donal Power, Andrew Corrigan, Michael Redmond, Des Kehoe and Darren Doyle. A free from Darren Shiggins and a great late Barry Redmond goal left the Shels the victors on a 5-6 to 3-11 scoreline.

The minor footballers overcame Crossabeg/Ballymurn 3-12 to 1-12. Conor Forde, Eoghan Nolan and Kevin Byrne showed some great skill and determination. The visitors scored 1-4 in a ten minute spell; however great defending by Sean Byrne, Simon Donohoe, Glen Malone and Eoghan Fitzgerald kept Crossabeg at bay. Goals were from Stephen McGuire, Tony Smith and Colin Cleary.

The senior footballers went down by the bare minimum to St. Martins in the league 1-9 to 0-13. Best for the Shels were Eoin Doyle, Aidan Murphy, Feargal Hynes and Glen Murphy.

DEVELOPMENT LOTTO

Curracloe United AFC had no winner of the weekly development lotto draw for Sunday, July 8. The numbers drawn were 14, 17, 21 & 24. There was one match 3 winner, Martin Kirwan, 41, Belfield Road, Enniscorthy who received €150.

The Shelmalier GAA club had no winner of their lotto jackpot and one match 3 winner, Tom Harding who won €200. The numbers drawn were 4, 6, 22 & 28.

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