Weekly News 20th March 2023
We will be getting our Saturday morning coaching sessions up and running on Saturday April 1st - put the date in the diary - coaching will be for age groups U6 up to U10.
Scór na nÓg takes place on Sunday 2nd April. There will be competitions in Solo Singing, Recitation/Storytelling, Set Dancing, figure Dancing, Ballad Group, Music Group, Novelty Act and Quiz. Anyone interested in taking part should contact Catherine Tuohy on 086 320 8895.
The numbers drawn in our weekly lotto draw were 3, 10, 22 and 28 for a jackpot of €4,600. There was no jackpot winner and we had one match 3 winner, Cormac Kearns who wins €100. The jackpot now moves to €4,700 with the next draw on Monday 27th. Play Now
Well done to Sligo on their win over Carlow and we look forward to the showdown with Leitrim next Sunday.
As we look forward to underage teams returning to training at the end of April, on-line registration and membership is now open.
Registration, which is mandatory for all players, automatically registers you as a member and includes insurance. There are a number of options depending on your particular situation and you can also upgrade your membership to participate in the monthly members draw.
‘Glory Days’ looks back on the 1990 and 1992 Sligo senior football championship-winning seasons for Shamrock Gaels.
Many thanks to Cathal Mullaney and Ocean FM for putting this feature together
Shamrock Gaels is delighted to announce that our grounds are now Smoke Free. The club was selected to be part of this great initiative as part of the GAA’s Healthy Clubs initiative sponsored by Irish Life and the Tomar Trust. The club have adapted a new smoke free policy and erected smoke free signage throughout Shamrock Gaels Park. In conjunction with the launch of the policy, the club used the opportunity to raise awareness on the dangers of smoking with the local national schools by running a poster competition which was won by Penny Barlow from Taunagh N.S.
50th Anniversary Book
"Superb clash as Shamrock Gaels win in extra time." This was the Sligo Champion headline of their report signalling the end of a ten year wait for a minor championship title. It was a tremendous performance and you can read all about it by clicking above where you can link to photos and a video of the day
We were in control throughout and always held the ascendency though a good spurt in the second half from Calry/St Josephs closed the gap to four points. However, we powered home in the final 15 minutes with Simone Kelly’s goal the key score to send us on the way to success