Shamrocks Hurling & Football Club

Shamrocks 1-12, Whitechurch 1-9

Shamrocks made the long trip to Whitechurch a winning one on Monday evening with a close 3 point win over the home team

U12 FL V Crosshaven Apr 14th

Crosshaven 6-5, Shamrocks 5-4

Well played everyone in a Shamrocks jersey it wasn’t to be on the day but the lads never gave up trying and kept going till the final whistle.

The final score was Crosshaven 6:05, Shamrocks 5:04 in what was a great game from 2 committed teams. They had a slow start, Crosshaven built up a lead but Shamrocks finished very strong but ran out of time in the end.

Shamrocks will all learn and improve from that performance, the players certainly didnt give up and payed some excellent football against a very good Crosshaven team; the coaches were very positive after the game, as they should be. ☘️☘️

U12 FL V Crosshaven Apr 14th


Monster Hurling Blitz Under 8 April 13th at Páirc Ui Chaoimh

Well done the U8 hurlers who had 2 teams in action on the 4G pitch in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday morning, thanks to all the players, parents and coaches on some great performances from the lads against Whitechurch’s two teams and Killeagh as well.

Monster Hurling Blitz Under 8 April 13th at Páirc Ui Chaoimh

Academy/Nursery Workshop Apr 2024

Continuing on our in-house Underage Workshops in 2024, Mick Daly GDA will deliver an 2Academy/Nursery Coaching Workshop for under 8s, under 7s, under 6s and under 5s” (boys born 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) on Friday April 19th at 6pm DURING our Boys Academy.

This follows on from our warmup workshop in March. All coaches at all levels who wish to observe are invited to attend.


Academy/Nursery Workshop Apr 2024


Weekend Fixtures.

Subsequent to an inspection earlier today (Friday) and the impending Storm Kathleen due on Saturday both pitches are ruled unplayable and closed for the week-end. All Rebel Óg activities and the Junior Hurling League v Valley Rovers scheduled for Sunday afternoon are cancelled. A further inspection will take place on Monday.

Grenagh 3-14, Ó Murchús 3-9

The Minor hurlers of Ó Murchús were beaten by Grenagh on Wednesday evening in Camden in the league.

Conditions were tough as our Winter extends into mid April this year. Ó Murchús led by 2-3 to 1-3 midway through the first half but a scoring burst from Grenagh put them 4 points up at HT.

They were never led thereafter; the closest Ó Murchús came to them was 2 points down with 8 minutes left but Grenagh held on for the win.

Scorers for Ó Murchús : Cian Lynch 1-5 (frees) , Ruairc Sisk 1-0, Conor Mansfield 1-0, Sam Foy 0-2, Barry O’Mahony 0-1
U14s from 2023 at their Medal Presentation in Pfizers Sp[orts Club, 31/3/24

Tracton 2-15, Shamrocks 0-9

Shamrocks U16s hurlers travelled to Minane Bridge on Monday evening after giving up home advantage due to Shanbally being closed. Shamrocks, missing a few players due to injuries and players away along with players not starting after long layoffs, were up against it.

It was plain to see Tracton had a lot more work done on the hurling side of things than the Shamrocks lads, but they battled hard the whole game through. It has been a very tough start to the season, with training very limited due to the weather. Tracton winning out on a scoreline of 2-15 to 0-9. This, however, was a good workout for our lads, and hopefully, the weather picks up so they can get regular training in.
Shamrocks put over a free V Kilmacabea Mar 30th in Leap

Shamrocks 5-5, Kilmacabea 0-2

Shamrocks made the long trip to Leap to play Kilmacabea on Saturday afternoon. They came away with the convincing win.

Originally a home game, with the Shanbally pitch closed, Shamrocks had to travel.

With a very young team indeed with most of the players at U12, they produced a great display to win convincingly by 5-4 to 0-2.

Well done to all on travelling all the way to West Cork and starting off the season on a winning note. Thanks to the coaches Darragh, Hugh and Derek who took the team, also to the parents who drove the team, including Lisa who sent on a few photos

Aaron Sisk about to pick up V Kilmacabea Mar 30th in Leap

Club Crest

The club are still seeking a volunteer(s) to serve as Secretary of Shamrocks GAA adult Club.

This matter is now URGENT!

Please contact the club Chairperson John Twomey (Socket) on 0876547331 if interested

Belgooly 2-17, Shamrocks 1-13

Shamrocks lost their first hurling league game of the season on Sunday. The pitch in Shanbally passed a pitch inspection but the conditions were heavy and damp all through. Belgooly led 2-10 to 0-8 at HT and held on in the second half.

Shamrocks were short a few. They gave away 2 soft goals in the first half but the managemnet were pleased with the workrate and the attitude especially in the second half. Andrew O’Grady, Seán Andrews, Nathan Hayes and Seanán Collins were best for Shamrocks on the day.