Adult Reports

Garda Vetting

 

The following are the instructions on how to undergo Garda Vetting – the club are strongly recommending anyone who hasnt already done so (through the GAA) and who will be working with children in the club under the ages of 18 to follow the outlined procedures –

 

1) Log on to Gaa.ie

2) Scroll to bottom of page and in the Quick links section click on vetting

3) Association is GAA

4) Co. Board is Cork

5) Club is Shamrocks

6) Club position/ role. Type Coach/manager/ administrator/committee etc

7) Related to Feile is No

8) Gaa membership number. Ignore

9) First name

10) Surname

11) Date of birth. Type in the following format dd/mm/year

12) Age. This will enter automatically

13) Email address

14) Verify email address

15) Address 1. Required

16) Address 2. Required

17) Address 3Not required if none

18) County. Cork

19) Post Code. Not required if you don’t have one

20) Country. Ireland

21) Phone number is not required

22) Mobile number IS required

23) I have furnished my club’s office my ID. Documentation furnished. Click YES

24) I have furnished my club’s office my ID. Documentation scanned. Click No

25) Click Submit.

 

 

You will then get a reference number similar to GAA-C-2798-(5 digit number).

 

 

You will then receive an email within a few days and will have to fill in a second form. On this you will require all your previous addresses, passport number, criminal record (If any). 

 

Once this is submitted the club will receive a notification of your application. You will the get an email back stating if your application was successful or not. Your vetting certificate will be attached. The club will also receive a copy 

JBFC Replay v Tracton 27/9/2017

Tracton 4-10, Shamrocks 2-6

 

This replay took place in Ballygarvan under lights and on Wednesday night. Tracton fielded a much stronger team for this replay and got to work early in the game and set up a comfortable lead which they never yielded. Shamrocks, despite being short a few regulars battled bravely and cannot be faulted for honest endeavour. At the break Tracton led 2 -7 to 1-3.

 

Up front David O’Sullivan and Cillian Hayes showed much promise and had they got better service in the opening half, then matters could have been different. Veteran Stephen Keane has to admired for a huge effort. Well done to all the lads, they all gave of their best.

 

Team. C. Corkery, D. Hayes, J. Wilson, B. Barrett, D. O’Neill, J. Lynam, S. Keane, T. O’Sullivan, A. Hickey, C. Hayes, D. O’Sullivan. J. Sweeney, J. Brady, M. Lane, R. Brown.

JBFL V Carrigaline – 14/9

Shamrocks 1-8, Carrigaline 0-9

 

Throughout, this keenly contested League tie played in Shanbally was very close with Shamrocks defending a narrow  lead for most of the game. Both teams were guilty of wasting many scoring chances. The most important score of the game was a second half goal from an excellently taken penalty shot by David O’Sullivan. It gave Shamrocks some succour when Carrigaline were playing their best football.

 

Shamrocks were ahead 0-5 to 0-2 at halftime and were never led at any time in the game. Dave O’Neill kicked some smashing points and it was good to see Terence O’Sullivan back in the Club colours too. Coby was unrelenting in his play with our full backs and keeper denying the opposition some certain scores. Well done to all the lads and on duty, they collected two vital league points.

 

Team: C. Corkery, J. Wilson, J. Lynam, B Barrett, D. Hayes, C. O’Grady, M. Lane, A. McCarthy, S. Downey, D. O’Neill, T. O’Sullivan, A. Hickey, D. O’Sullivan, Subs. D. Brown, D.Andrews. S. Collins.

JAFC Semi Final V Belgooly – 1/9

 

Belgooly 3-12, Shamrocks 2-11

 

Shamrocks were knocked out of the championship by Belgooly in Ballygarvan on Friday evening. This was a major shock – Shamrocks were aiming for back to back titles and were eying a run in the county championship. They hammered Belgooly in the first round back in May but the factors surrounding this game were totally different this time, namely a totally different and improved Belgooky and Shamrocks bruising and energy sapping week of 3 championship games in 6 days. The feet were stuck to the ground from the throw in and the normally tight defence was opened up at will.

 

The omens were not good after 40 seconds when the Belgooly midfielder gained possession 60 yards from goal and soloed right through the centre of the Shamrocks defence without a hand being laid on him to slot past Fergus O’Neill. Shamrocks were playing catch up from this point on and gradually came into the game, scoring some nice points from Cannice Caffrey and Dara O’Sullivan. They eventually went ahead right on halftime when Andrew O’Grady finished off a great move to the Belgooly net and Shamrocks went in at halftime 1-8 to 1-6 ahead. The feeling was that crisis number 1 had been overcome and that they’d drive on in the second half.

 

However, crisis number 2 arrived straight after the second half throw in and developed from there. Belgooly went from 2 points down to 8 points ahead by scoring 2-4 without reply in the space of 10 minutes. Shamrocks were completely rattled and 15 minutes from time, they had only managed 1 point in the second half, 3-10 to 1-8. They naturally started to go for goals in the hopes of resurrecting this one and managed 1 through Stephen O’Neill but the damage had been done after halftime. Belgooly held on for a deserved win.

 

Team: F. O’Neill. R. Harrington, S. Hurley, D. Barry, J. Browne, M. Hitchmough, C. Kidney, B. Mulqueen, A. O’Grady, S. O’Neill, P. Brady, C. Caffrey, J. Shanahan, D. O’Sullivan, R. Twomey. Subs used – S. Kidney, S. Collins, M. Jordan, D. Scriven

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