Latest Results – Week ending October 5th 2014

Saturday October 4th 2014
U12 Division 4 – Killeaney 3 Ballingarry B 6
U13 National Cup Round 1 – Ballingarry 5 (Storin 2, M Molloy 3) Corbally United 4
Ballingarrys prize for this thrilling win is a trip to either Regional United or Shannon Town.

U16 Cup Round 1 – Ballingarry 4 (Snow 2, O’Connor, McCabe) Pallaskenry 0
U14 Girls Division 1 – Shannonside 0 Ballingarry 11

Ballingarry under 14 girls continued their decent run with a convincing away win over Shannonside. With the assistance of a strong breeze in the first half Ballingarry found it difficult to breakdown the Shannonside defence with their goalkeeper pulling off some great saves, After 15 minutes it was Grace Mullane that broke the deadlock with a side foot shot low into the right corner. Six minutes later Phoenix broke from the left following a good passage of play with Orla to score our second.

Anna worked tirelessly up front and this paid dividends scoring four goals on the trot before half time.
Three minutes into the second half Anna scored again and five minutes later following a great through ball from Molly Cagney, Anna scored her sixth. Valerie came on for Molly and teamed up well with Ciara on the wing and scored on 57 minutes and again 60 minutes.

Shannonside showed some good passages of play but could not breakdown a well organised Ballingarry defence. Orla scored our final goal on 65 mins. A fine team display by the entire panel.
Ciara O’Doherty, Shauna Hayes, Molly O’Connor, Sophie Alymer, Chloe Collum, Ciara O’Connor, Molly Cagney, Grace Mullane, Anna Shanagher, Orla O’Doherty, Phoenix Mulcaire Shire, Eimear Gavin, Ellen McMahon, Claire Houlihan, Nessa Houlihan Lisa Lynch, Valorie Sheehy, Amy Tagney

Sunday October 5th 2014
Munster Junior Cup Round 2 – Feenagh 1 Ballingarry 3 (OG, Forde, Kenrick)
Goalkeeper Pat Kenricks fourteenth career goal sealed Ballingarrys passage into the third round of the Munster Junior cup as they were forced to come from a goal down against Feenagh. The home side took the lead from the spot after just five minutes after Healy had fouled. An unfortunate own goal saw the sides level at the break.
The second half saw Ballingarry forge ahead when Kevin Forde beat the offside trap to finish well before Kenrick stepped forward to score direct from a free fifteen minutes from time. Ballingarry had to endure some nervy moments throughout the half as Feenagh threatened and indeed could have scored.
Team: Kenrick; O’Doherty; Fitzgerald; Healy; R O’Kelly; Moore; O’Grady; Kiely; Clancy; Forde; Kelly.
Subs Used: P Ryan; Condron; Alymer