Monthly Archive: July 2012

MCFC V Nemo Rangers 3 – 25/7

MCFC V Nemo Rangers 3 – 25/7

Shamrocks 5-8, Nemo Rangers (3) 2-8   An important victory for our Minor team in a game played earlier this evening at Pairc Tadgh O’h-Ainnlaoi.   Shamrocks were deserving winners having led 1 –...

Michael Prout Wedding – 20/7

Michael Prout Wedding – 20/7

On Friday afternoon last at St. Joseph’s Church Glanmire, Michael Prout married Jackie Cussen in a very beautiful cermony presided over by Canon Micheal O’Dalaigh. This recently refurbished Church was packed with families and...

JAHL V Tracton – 16/7

JAHL V Tracton – 16/7

Tracton 2-19, Shamrocks 0-16   On a splendid sod on Tracton’s new sand based pitch scores were aplenty. Shamrocks had some absentees and it was an opportunity to provide important playing time for players who...

Mary Glossop (nee Hickey) RIP

Mary Glossop (nee Hickey) RIP

On Saturday last the death of Mary Glossop (nee Hickey) was announced. The news of her death has shocked and sadened all of us who knew and grew up with this wonderful charismatic lady...

JAFC Quarter Final V Carrigaline – 7/7

JAFC Quarter Final V Carrigaline – 7/7

Shamrocks 3-11, Carrigaline 1-9   Shamrocks earned themselves a place in this year’s South-East Football semi-final after a facile win over neighbours Carrigaline in Liam McCarthy Park this evening.   Skipper Sweeney was the key...

MCHC V Kinsale – 7/7

MCHC V Kinsale – 7/7

Kinsale 2-13, Shamrocks 1-12   Shamrocks took to the Brinny pitch on a dry sunny Saturday evening to take on Kinsale in the minor hurling championship.   This was our first hurling game of...

Camp Ciarán – Lá 5

Camp Ciarán – Lá 5

The final day was one of mixed emotions, delight and appreciation of a great week and regret that it should now have come to an end today. Some children and parents queried, why we...

Camp Ciarán – Lá 4

Camp Ciarán – Lá 4

Lá breá tirim a bhí againn, and Mrs. Jackie Keane (wife of Stephen our dual purpose full forward) arrived into the Kitchen this morning with a large basket of freshly cooked scones. Paddy Andrews, a...

Camp Ciarán – Lá 3

Camp Ciarán – Lá 3

There was an unusual sighting, witnessed by many people, of blue skies this morning at Pairc Tadgh O’h-Ainnlaoi. The boys and girls in green were rairing to go and all coaches and groups were...

Camp Ciarán – Lá 2

Camp Ciarán – Lá 2

Day 2 was hit by the “weather spoilsport” but plan B was brought into action and all the participants were transported to the National Maritime College, Ringaskiddy.   The magnificent gym hall was a...