The Montreal Shamrocks Summer Superleague continues on Monday the 26th of July, at Vanier College and starting at 7pm.
We start with Hurling as PSC Cu Chulainn look to make it two wins from two as they take on the St Henri Harps, in the Harps first game of the season.
Next up, the ladies’ Gaelic football series continues as the Concordia Warriors look for revenge against the Goose Village Blackrocks, in what promises to be a tense and exciting affair.
Summer training continues at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park on July 22nd, from 6pm until 8pm.
There will be Gaelic football training from 6pm to 7pm
and Hurling/camogie training from 7pm to 8.
Bring a light and a dark t-shirt, and plenty of water, and we hope to see ye there!
With week two of the SuperLeague we enjoyed a gaelic football double header. First in Men’s Football the Verdun Vikings maintained their unbeaten run by seeing off the Griffintown Gaels. The Vikings took the game by the scruff of the neck early, with Vikings MVP Yacine Baouche showing incredible tenacity and workrate. Despite some fine work from Geals MVP Davey Healy the Vikings held firm and as the minutes of the second half ticked down they steadily snuffed out any chance of a Gaels comeback.
In the Ladies’ Football the Concordia Warriors and the Goose Village Blackrocks met for the first of a six match series spread across the summer SuperLeague . The Blackrocks drew first blood in a game that started close but as the third and fourth quarters wore on the Blackrocks had more gas in the tank, and with strong play starting at the back with Blackrocks MVP Marie-Flore Castonguay, began to pull away from the Warriors. This result will leave the Warriors with a lot to consider before their next meeting, perhaps Warriors MVP and club veteran Mariette Parrod will have something up her sleeve for next time?