A hive of activity on the pitch saw no fewer then six teams from the club in action with success divided evenly between the sides.
Saturday August 30th
Under 10 Division 1 – Kildimo Utd A 1 Ballingarry A 5
Goals from Storin, Fitzgibbon, Keane and an own goal saw Ballingarry get their season off to a flyer.
Under 14 Division 1 – Ballingarry 1 Athea United 9
A vastly understrength team was reflected in this massive beating. Chris Lane was Ballingarrys scorer from the spot.
Youth Division 1 – Ballingarry 1 Broadford United 4
James Hayes was on the mark as Ballingarry fell to their second league defeat in a week.
Sunday August 31st
Junior Premier Division – Ballingarry 5 Broadford United 0
The A team responded in brilliant fashion following their opening day defeat and were not flattered by this scoreline. Scanlon had already missed a penalty before he opened the scoring from a second penalty just before the break. Another Scanlon strike followed by an own goal from yet another Scanlon effort put the game beyond doubt before Donal O’ Grady and Francis Kiely added two more.
Junior Division 3 – Shountrade 2 Ballingarry B 4
The B team manitained their 100% start with an impressive away win against one of the title favourites. Forde with two and Kristan Doyle were on the mark while an own goal completed the rout.
Under 16 Division 1 – Ballingarry 1 NCW Rvs A 3
A poor start to their season saw visitors from NCW record an unexpected victory. Under 16 Irish international Anthony Forde got the Ballingarry consolation with a fine individual effort.