Adult Reports

JHL V Ballymartle 6/6

 

Shamrocks 0-19, Ballymartle 1-8

 

Shamrocks Junior Hurlers have collected another set of valuable league points after their convincing win over Ballymartle at Riverstick on Tuesday evening. Coming off wins over Ballygarvan and Kinsale it is very encouraging for the team mentors to see some real progress building up for the future. Alan McCarthy was back after a long lay off due to injury and he hit some fine long range points. Jason Browne maintained his fine form too with Barry Mulqueen leading the defence with authority. Well done to all the players for a fine effort all round.

 

We have a number of players in exam mode at present and we wish them every success and look forward to seeing them swinging their camans in the near future.

 

Team: C. Brady, J. Browne, S. Kidney, J. Tuohy, B. Mulqueen, C. Kidney, F. O’Neill, S. Andrews, M. Jordan, A.McCarthy, C. Hayes, S. Collins, D. O’Sullivan, C. McKeown, B. Crowley and D. Browne.

JAFC V Belgooly – 11/5

 

Shamrocks 1-20, Belgooly 0-4

 

Shamrocks were easy winners of this first round contest played in Camden. From the off the scores came easily and regularly and Shamrocks led 1-11 to 0-0 at the break. Belgooly were not a full strength and there was never any doubt about the final outcome. One damper on the game was a serious hamstring injury suffered by our outstanding centre back Chris O’Neill. We wish him a speedy recovery.

 

Team. F. O’Neill, R.Harrington, S. Hurley, S. Kidney, M. Hitchmough, C. O’Neill,  J. Browne, M. Jordan, B. Mulqueen, J. Shanahan, A. O’Grady, D. Andrews, R. Twomey,S.Courtney, D.O’Sullivan.

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