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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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



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.

23rd June 2019

No LOTTO winner this week

There was no winner of the Cairde Seamroga Ros Liath lotto jackpot on Sunday 23rd June. The numbers drawn were 13, 17, 19 and 20. Terry Rooney won the seller’s prize and the five lucky dip winners of £10 were Grace McCann Lisnaskea, Shane Nolan Newtownbutler, Margaret Callaghan Main Street, Declan/Holly Murphy Australia and Seamus McGovern Roslea. Next week’s jackpot draw for £3,400 will be held in the Roslea Arms with Fergal Rooney and Peter Callaghan as co-ordinators. Thank you to all ticket sellers and those who purchase tickets for your continued support.

Kellogg’s GAA Cul Camp

The Kellogg’s GAA Cul Camp will take place for children between the ages of 6-13 in Shamrock Park from Monday 1st July-Friday 5th July. Booking can be completed online.

Belnaleck Defeated

Congratulations to our U15 team who defeated Belnaleck in the Championship Semi-Final. Final score Roslea 3-08 Belnaleck 2-01. Well done to the players and managers.

The Juniors were defeated by Lisnaskea on Saturday 22nd June. Final score Lisnaskea 1-08 Roslea 0-10. Their next game is against Enniskillen on Sunday 30th June at 1:00PM in Shamrock Park.

The Seniors were defeated by Enniskillen Gaels on Friday 21st June. Final score line Enniskillen 0-15 Roslea 0-13. Their next game is against Donagh, away, on Friday 28th June at 8PM.

Good luck to Sarah Keenan and the Fermanagh Ladies team against Antrim in the Ulster JFC Final on Sunday at 1:30PM in Clones.

Big Breakfast’

Join us on Sunday 30th June for our delicious ‘Big Breakfast’ after the Blessing of the Graves in St Tierney’s Church Roslea. This is always an enjoyable morning with great food and an opportunity to catch up with friends. Everyone welcome! Moanes X to Clones Annual Charity Run Walk Cycle takes place on Saturday 29th June 2019. Runners start at Moanes X @ 12.00pm Walkers start at Dernawilt X @ 12.15pm 70km Cyclists start at Clones @ 09.30am 35km Cyclists start at Moanes X @ 12.00pm

Refreshments served afterwards in the Tower Bar, Clones

Price: £15 / €15 for all entrants All proceeds will be split between Cairde Activation Centre Ltd in Clones & The Crohn's & Colitis Society UK. For more info contact: Eamon Lynam: 00447831349489 or for Cycling Marius Rooney: : 00353863173081

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  1. Policy Statement
  • Roslea Shamrocks GFC recognises the importance of affording equity, equal opportunity and fair treatment to all present and potential members.
  • The Club aims to ensure that all people irrespective of their age, gender, ability, disability, race, religion, ethnic, origin, creed, colour, nationality, social status or sexual orientation have a genuine and equal opportunity to participate in Gaelic Games at all levels and in all roles. That is, as a beginner, participant or performer, and as a coach, official, referee, manager, administrator or spectator.
  • It is the aim of the club in its relationships with its members, employees, job applicants and in the provision of its services, not to disadvantage any individual by imposing any conditions or requirements which cannot be justified. Failure to comply may result in disciplinary action being taken.
  • Direct discrimination is defined as treating a person less favourably than others are or would be treated in the same or similar circumstances.
  • Indirect discrimination occurs when a requirement or condition is applied which whether intentional or not, adversely affects a considerably larger proportion of people of one race, sex, marital status than another and cannot be justified on grounds other than race, sex or marital status.


  1. Objectives


The clubs Equality policy has the following objectives:

2.1. To adopt a planned approach to eliminating perceived barriers which discriminate against particular groups. This will include widening the traditional approach and include communities experiencing disadvantage, poverty and health inequalities.

2.2 To ensure that no-one working or wishing to work for or on behalf of the club receives less favourable treatment on the ground outlined in the Policy Statement above.

2.3 To give clear guidance to individuals working within the club, either employed or as volunteers, on the commitment to equal opportunities.

2.4 To ensure that all those who participate in Gaelic Games, at all levels and in roles receive fair and equitable treatment.

2.5 To ensure that the format and content of all competitions, regulations and assessments provide equality for all, except where specific situations and conditions properly of reasonably prevent this.

2.6 To ensure that all materials prepared, produced and distributed by or on behalf of the club promote a clear image of the profile of all those who involved in the games.

  1. Responsibly

The Club expects all those acting on behalf of the association to adhere to this policy. In pursuance of this policy the Club Executive Committee reserve the right to discipline any of its members or employees who practice any form of discrimination on the grounds of a person’s age, gender, ability, race, religion ethic origin, creed, nationality, social status or sexual orientation.

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