Club Notes: 6th May 2019
Club Lotto.Last week’s winning lotto numbers were 6-10-15-20, and there was no winner. €20 winners were Carmel Burke, Mary McGrath, Ann & Ollie Flanagan, Mary O’ Neill, and Flor Harnedy. Next week’s jackpot will be €2,400.
JHC, Shamrocks 1-10, Kilgobinet 3-19.Shamrocks Junior hurlers were well beaten in their first outing in the Junior Hurling championship last Friday night when they met a strong Kilgobinet side in Bohadoon. The damage was done in the first half when the home side scored 1-15 to 0-5, and though we rallied a bit in the second half, we were well beaten in the end. As it was our first game perhaps we were a bit underprepared, as our opponents had a few games under their belts. We will be in action again this Saturday night in Knockanore versus Melleray, throw in 7.30pm. Panel; Liam Murphy, Martin Delaney, Tom Baldwin, Michael Lucey, Mike O’ Neill, Tom Roche, Jason Ahearne, Liam Motherway, Cathal Herlihy, Alan Kelly, Bernie Kelleher, Eoin Ahearne, Kelvyn O’ Farrell, Jamie Murphy, Keegan O’ Farrell, Eoin Roche, Paidi Tobin, John A. Kelly.
Congrats Aobhla and Catherine!Shamrocks would like to congratulate Catherine Hynes and Aobhla Motherway who were part of the Waterford U-16 ladies football team who beat Limerick to win the Munster B U-16 final recently. Aobhla came on and scored 1-1, and Catherine was a star for the team, so well done to both girls.
Waterford take on Clare in Walsh Park.Well the Munster Hurling championship kicks off this weekend, and what a game is in prospect in Walsh Park on Sunday. Deise fans won’t need reminding of the trimming meted out last year in Ennis, when injuries left Waterford very depleted, and whether they say it or not revenge will be on the minds of most of the players when they line out on Sunday. Last year’s championship saw all home games bar one go to the home team, so it’s vital Waterford get off to a good start and beat the Banner men. ‘Hon the Deise!