Results Week Ending September 17th 2017

Sunday September 10th

U13 Boys – Ballingarry 3 Shannonside 0
Blustery conditions didn’t impair Ballingarry as they made light work of a good visiting Shannonside side. Jack Mullanes first half goal set the scene with further goals from Jack O’Connor and Billy Kelleher in the second half sealed this impressive win.

Monday September 11th

U16 Girls – Askeaton 3 Ballingarry 0

Wednesday September 13th

U10 Boys – Abbeyfeale Utd A 6 Ballingarry 8

Saturday September 16th

U8 Girls – Broadford Utd v Ballingarry – Ballingarry win
U10 Boys – Breska Rovers A 5 Ballingarry 3
U12 Girls Division 1 – Newcastle West Town 0 Ballingarry 2 (Kenny 2)
U12 Girls Division 2 – Kildimo Utd 0 Ballingarry B 1 (Storin)

U14 Boys National Cup Round 1 – Ballingarry 2 (Moran, E O’Connor) Carew Park 1
Ballingarry were simply superb throughout and nothing less than a win would have been justice. While going a down before the break against the run of play they showed tremendous character to bounce back in the second half with two beautifully worked goals from first Enda Moran and then the winner from Eoin O’Connor. They will now travel to Charleville for their second round tie.

U16 Boys National Cup Round 2 – Ballingarry v Shinrone (w/d)
Having received a walkover in round 1 (Castle Utd) and another walkover in round 2 from Shinrone, Ballingarry now find themselves in the third round of the National cup (last 64) without kicking a ball where they will be at home to either Lough Derg / Killorglin / Charleville.

U16 Girls – Kilcolman Rovers 0 Ballingarry 3 (Dalton, Twomey, O’Connor)

Sunday September 17th

Premier Division – Ballingarry 4 (Fitzgerald, Hayes, Quaid, A O’Connor) Carrig Celtic 1

A fine display from Ballingarry saw them maintain their unbeaten start to the season. Brian Fitzgeralds volleyed goal after 10 minutes from Herlihys corner set the tone with the visiting keeper making a fine save to keep the deficit at the minimum for the break. Once Mark Hayes got their second early in the second half it was points secured. Carrig pulled one back before Tony Quaids first goal for the club restored the two goal cushion before Aaron O’Connor sealed the win in the closing stages.
Team: Kenrick, Healy, Herlihy, Fitzgerald, O Grady, Kiely, Clancy, Hayes, Quaid, Hartnett, S O’Connor.
Subs: A O’Connor, Walsh, Ahern, Ryan.

Division 3 – Glantine Rvs B 2 Ballingarry B 4 (Walsh 2, Lenihan, J O’Kelly)

Ladies Premier – Ballingarry 1 (Noonan) Abbeyfeale United 0