Our New 125 Spectator Stand

Completed 2013

For more information on how we achieved this stand please click here

1962 Senior's

A winning year for the Roslea Shamrocks

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Stars of the Future

Youth players showing Great promise

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Roslea Shamrocks SFG Winners 2010

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2013 WINNING SQUAD

Junior Team

Our juniors featured in Erne Cup 1 in 2014 and played 18 games, winning 16 and losing 2, one of which we conceded ...More

Minor Team

Roslea minors entered the season recognised as one of the top teams in the county after a great year . . . .more

Under 16 Team

The boys entered the league at Section C and were to find the games difficult against better opposition....more

Younger Teams

Under 14's Click here

Under 12's Click here

Click here for the Under 10 & Under 8's

SEAMRÓGA ROSLIATH - ROSLEA SHAMROCKS

GAELIC | FOOTBALL | CLUB

Gaelic Games are reputed to have been played in Roslea as far back as the 1870’s. Since then Roslea Shamrocks has provided a sporting outlet for generations of the youth of our parish. We are a vibrant club who are committed to progressing both on and off the pitch. Over the years numerous county titles have been achieved while on the facilities and infrastructure side we have developed our Club Complex, a Prunty Pitch and a fully seated spectator stand. More is planned so watch this space.

Our success has been achieved as a result of strong community support in every way. Roslea Shamrocks won the Comhairle Uladh award for Fermanagh in the millennium year for best club set up.

2nd August 2020

Lotto

There was no winner of the Cairde Seamroga Ros Liath lotto jackpot on Sunday 2 nd August. The numbers drawn were 13, 17, 20 and 21. P.McCabe won the seller’s prize and the five lucky dip winners of £10 were Danny McBrearty, Eamon Lynam Moane’s Cross, Emma McMahon Roslea, James and Lucas McCaffrey Knocknaleer and Bloke. Next week’s draw for £4,400 will take place in the Roslea Arms with Dom Reilly and Damien Clerkin as coordinators.  Due to current conditions the draw will take place at 8 PM until further notice.  Tickets are available online (please find the link on our social media pages) as well as in usual outlets. Thank you for your ongoing support during these trying times.

Erne Cup Division One

Our Reserve team travelled to Newtownbutler on Saturday evening. The match was called off at half time due to the weather conditions and waterlogged pitch. Score at half time was Roslea 0-04 Newtownbutler 0-02. Their next game is on Saturday 8 th August against Belnaleck in Shamrock Park at 6:30 pm.

Senior League Division One

Our Senior Team drew with Devenish on Sunday. Final score: Roslea 2-10 Devenish 0-16. On Wednesday 5 th August they play Irvinestown (AWAY) at 7:30 PM. On Sunday 9 th August they play Erne Gaels in Shamrock Park at 1 PM.

U17

The U17 team were defeated narrowly by Teemore. Final score: Roslea 4-09 Teemore 4-11. Scorers for Roslea as follows; Oisin Toye 1.02,Micheal Flanagan 1.04, Eamon Lynam 2.00, Caolan Rooney 0.02, Adam Callaghan 0.01. A good hardworking team performance with all but one of our scores coming from play.

Best on the evening in defence were Aaron Murphy and Adam Callaghan with Eamon Lynam linking well in midfield to our attack, best of which were Micheal Flanagan, Caolan Rooney and Oisin Toye. Their next game is on Saturday 8 th August against Lisnaskea (AWAY) at 11 AM.

U13

Our U13 team were well beaten by a strong St Mary’s team on Saturday in Shamrock Park. Well done to all involved. Best for Roslea on the day were Adrian Corrigan, Charlie Rooney, Dermot Rooney and Tadgh Brady.

U10.5

Our U10.5 team travelled to Teemore on Tuesday night for the second round of the Tommy Durnien tournament. Final score: Roslea 0-04 TeemoreGFC 0- 11. Although we were defeated each player put in a fantastic effort and some excellent skills were shown. Well done boys and girls!

Community Walkway Update

Now that the GAA have moved to the next phase in the easing of lockdown restrictions there is no longer a necessity for the club to supervise the opening hours of our community walkway.  We are now permitted to allow unsupervised community access all day with all users to adhere to social distancing measures (clockwise walking, walking in groups of four people max).  The gate on the Mullaghabrady Road will be left open for community access all day.  We hope to be in a position to open the remainder of the path around the new training field as soon as construction works are complete in this area and all pedestrian routes are in a safe condition for public access, which we hope will be the end of July.  We will keep you updated on this.

E-Learning Module & Questionnaire

The GAA have published a Covid-19 E-Learning module and Health Questionnaire which must be completed by ALL players (parents/guardians of underage players), team personnel and club officers before returning to training. Please access the link on our social media pages to complete this.  

‘A Better Life for Livie’ 

James McMahon and several Fermanagh GAA players are taking part in a shave or dye challenge in aid of ‘A Better Life for Livie’. Little Livie has been diagnosed with a rare and serious genetic neuromuscular condition called spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). This fundraiser will support Livie to get some lifesaving treatment and give her the best chance at life possible. Please find the donation link on our Facebook/Twitter page to read more about Livie’s story and support this worthy cause.

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The Club should ensure that it has adequate disciplinary, complaints and appeals procedures in place. It is important to note that the investigation of suspected child abuse is the responsibility of the statutory authorities will not be undertaken by the Childrens Officer or other club Volunteers/Officials. The standard reporting procedure outlined in the Statutory Authorities guidelines should be followed by the club and adhered to by its members.

Complaints/Disciplinary Procedures

Dealing with a Complaint

All complaints should be submitted in writing either to the Chairperson or the Designated Officer (in the instance of a child protection issue).

If the complaint is submitted at Club Level it is the responsibility of the Club to deal with the complaint.

If the complaint is submitted at County Board Level the County Board must take responsibility to deal with the complaint.

If, in the opinion of the Chairperson/Designated Officer, there are grounds for concern, the Statutory Authorities should be contacted.

Disciplinary Committee

Roslea Shamrocks GFC:

Disciplinary Committee will consist of:

(a)The Chairperson (Who shall be Chair)

(b)The Secretary (Who shall be Secretary)

(c) The Youth Officer

(d) The Child Protection Officer

The committee will be made aware of the issue of confidentiality.

Role of the Disciplinary Committee

  • It is the responsibility of the Disciplinary Committee to resolve problems relating to the conduct of the members of Roslea Shamrocks GFC.
  • A complaint of any incident of suspected misconduct, including bullying will be dealt with by the Disciplinary Committee.

Disciplinary Procedures

  1. The Disciplinary Committee will inform the individual with details of the complaint made against him/her and afford him/her the opportunity of providing a response either verbally or in writing.
  1. The Disciplinary Committee will meet with all parties involved, affording each party the same rights and opportunities 
  1. The Disciplinary Committee will provide a written report outlining the following:
  • the procedure followed
  • the findings
  • the conclusions and
  • any disciplinary actions to be taken.
  1. All parties will receive a copy of this report and a copy of the report will be kept on record.
  1. The Disciplinary Committee will, as soon as possible, inform the Executive Committee of the progress and conclusions of the disciplinary process. 

Sanctions

Where it has been established that an incident of misconduct has taken place, the Disciplinary Committee will notify the member of any sanction being imposed. The notification will be made in writing, setting out the reasons for the sanction. If the member is under 18 years of age, correspondence will be addressed to the parents/guardians.

Appeals Process

 If the member against whom the complaint was made is unhappy with the decision of the Disciplinary Committee he/she will have the right to appeal the decision to an Appeals Committee (independent of the Disciplinary Committee).

Roslea Shamrocks GFC Appeals Committee will consist of:

(a) The Deputy Chairman (Who Shall be Chair)

(b) The Assistant Secretary (Who Shall be Secretary)

(c) The Assistant Treasurer

(d) The Development and Integrations Office.

Any appeal should be made in writing within 7 days after issue of the decision of the Disciplinary Committee. The Chairperson of the Appeals Committee should be a member of the Executive Committee. The Appeals Committee have the power to confirm, set aside or change any sanction imposed by the Disciplinary Committee.

 Procedure:

  • A code of conduct reflecting a child centred ethos is in operation; this code has been disseminated thought the club and is applied to all Youth Coaches.
  • The Club Executive Committee deals with all disciplinary problems. Clearly defined procedures are in place to resolve problems relating to the conduct of its members. This includes bullying.
  • The Executive Committee will initiate establish a standing sub-committee to conduct an investigation following a compliant into any incident of suspect misconduct that does not relate to child abuse. The sub-committee will report back to the Executive Committee of progress of the disciplinary procedures.
  • Written confidential records of all complaints are safely and confidentially kept and club procedures are defined for the possession of such records in event of the election of new officers.
  • The sub-committee will furnish the individual details of the complaint being made against him/her and afford him/her the opportunity of providing a response either verbally or in writing.
  • Where it is established that an incident of misconduct has taken place the sub-committee will notify the member of any sanction being imposed. The notification should be made in writing, setting out the reasons for the sanction. If the member is under 18 years of age, correspondence will be address to the parents/guardian.
  • If the member against who the complaint has been made is unhappy with the decision of the disciplinary committee s/he should have the right to appeal the decisions to the Executive Committee. Any appeal must be in writing and must be received by the Secretary at the latest three days after the appeal.
  • The Executive Committee will have the power to conform, set aside or change any sanction imposed by the disciplinary committee.
  • If any party is not satisfied with the outcome the matter can be referred to the Derry County Board. However efforts to resolve the issue will be exhausted before the Governing body is engaged in attempts to resolve the matter.

 

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Club Complex, Shamrock Park,
2 Monaghan Road, Roslea,
Co.Fermanagh, BT92 7 QY