Welcome to the Melbourne
shamrocks Hurling and Camogie club
The club was officially formed on 6th February at Father Flanagan’s pub in Smith Street Collingwood. It was decided that the team colours would be emerald green and white, reflecting the emerald fields of Ireland. A lot of hard work has been put into the fledgling club to get it up and running by it’s founding
members – some of whom have been committed members of Gaelic Park, providing unflagging support to both the park and Gaelic Sports in Australia for many years.
In Melbourne there has traditionally been more football than hurling, but with the entry of a new hurling team into the Gaelic Park season having sparked a competitive competition and greater
Ted, Dougal, Fr Jack and Mrs Doyle are coming to town all the way from Craggy island….watch this space for more information.
Congratulations to Amanda Cannon on representing Melbourne proudly at the regional Rose of Tralee competition. We wish you well in all your endeavours as our 2014 Melbourne Rose.
A special congratulations to our Secretary Sarah Kent on her recent engagement to John Farrell. We wish you all the best on planning the big day.