Results Week Ending September 24th 2017

Saturday September 23rd

U10 Girls – Ballingarry 4 Kildimo Utd 2
A fine performance from the girls saw them win an exciting game.

U12 Boys Division 6 – Kilcolman Rovers B 2 Ballingarry B 1 (Daly)
The clubs B team travelled to Ardagh to face Kilcolman Rovers in their second league game. They started brightly with plenty possession but conceded an early goal against the run of play. Ben Dalys long range effort drew Ballingarry level. A second Kilcolman goal saw them go in at the break ahead. Ballingarry were superb through the second half but were unable to get a deserved equaliser.

U13 Boys National Cup Round 1 – Bridge Celtic 5 Ballingarry 0
Unfortunately an under par performance form Ballingarry in Clare saw the home side run out comfortable winners. Ballingarry did have some good passage of play but not enough to trouble the oppositions defence. On a positive note the lads never gave up and created a few chances at the end to grab a consolation.

U14 Girls Division 1 – Ballingarry AFC 7 (McNamara 3, Walsh, Hayes 2, O’Keeffe) Newcastle West Town 1
A strong breeze probably contained Ballingarry and prevented more goals for the girls as they easily overcame the visitors in a one sided affair.

U15 Boys National Cup Round 2 – Killarney Athletic 1 Ballingarry 2 (Geary 2)
Two goals from David Geary saw Ballingarry secure a fine success in Killarney with a journey to either Kilmallock or Annacotty the reward in round three of the National cup.

Sunday September 24th

Premier Division – Athea Utd 0 Ballingarry 4 (Clancy 2, A O’Connor, Moore)
Ballingarry maintained their unbeaten start to the season with this win at Athea. All goals came in the second half with Aaron O’Connor starting the rout. A brace from Dean Clancy, one from the spot, and one from Marcus Moore saw Ballingarry move into second just two points behind Abbeyfeale United.
Team: Kenrick, Ahern, Fitzgerald, Cahill, O’Grady, A O’Connor, S O’Connor, Smith, Kiely, Clancy, Hayes.
Subs: E Cahill, Moore, Forde.

Division 3 – Ballingarry B 2 (Forde, O’Keeffe) Creeves Celtic B 3
Ladies Premier – Rathkeale 1 Ballingarry 1 (Noonan)