Saturday February 24th
U10 Boys Group 1 Dual – Ballingarry 4 AK Utd A 6
U12 Girls Division 2 Ballingarry B 4 (Frawley 4) Shannonside B 1
U12 Girls Cup – Shannonside A 0 Ballingarry A 10 (O’Connor 5, Kenny 3, McNamara 1, Fitzgibbon)
U14 Boys Division 1 – Ballingarry 1 Abbeyfeale Utd A 3
U16 Girls – Broadford Utd 0 Ballingarry 11
Youth Division 2 – Ballingarry 4 (O’Kelly 4) Pallaskenry 1
Ballingarry confirmed themselves as favourites for the title here with a comprehensive defeat of the only other real challengers in the division. Keith O’Kelly enjoyed a famous outing by scoring all four goals for the winners.
Sunday February 25th
Premier Division – Ballingarry 1 (Joyce) Broadford United 3
Ballingarrys first defeat of the season came about when 10 man Broadford asked serious questions about their title credentials. Ballingarry took the lead after 13 minutes when Seoirse Joyce scored direct from a free just outside the box when Forde was fouled, an offense that saw the defender see red being deemed last man back.
Ballingarry held the lead until the break, Forde had a good chance to double their lead but carried the ball too wide before shooting. However once Broadford equalised there was only going to be one winner as their pace up front caused major problems for the Ballingarry rear guard. Ballingarry will be disappointed but they still occupy second spot and have much to look forward in the sefond half of what so far is a very successful season.
Team: Kenrick, Ahern, Browne, Fitzgerald, Kiely, Clancy, J O’Connor, Ryan, Forde, Smith, Joyce.
Used subs: Hayes, S O Connor, Quaid.
Ladies Premier – Ballingarry 1 (Coughlan) AK Utd 0