Ballingarrys ladies and the youths kept their title hopes very much alive with wins over the weekend.
The under 16 girls will travel to Galway for the last 8 National cup after being drawn away to Salthill Devon. The game is fixed for Sunday February 10th.
Saturday January 26th
Askeaton 0 Ballingarry 1 (Geary)
David Geary came off the bench to score the only goal of the game in this crucial league game for both teams, and in doing so keeps Ballingarry’s title aspirations alive. In truth Ballingarry fully deserved their victory as there were dominant for most of the game. An outstanding team performance all round as they demonstrate in every position the desire and work ethic required to win these tight games.
More “big” games on the horizon for this group of players and keeping momentum going will prove crucial.
Team: K Kelly, K Storin, A Long, L Flynn, C Tagney, G Sparling, J Quill, M Southgate, C Kerwin, N Leary and D Singh. Subs: B Mulqueen D Geary and M Sheahan.
Sunday January 27th
Premier Division – Ballingarry v Granagh Utd (postponed, referee unavailable)
Ladies Premier Division – Ballingarry 5 (Fitzgerald 2, Noonan, Shire, Sheehy) Kilcolman Rvs 1