Saturday, October 19th
Under 12 Girls Division 2 – Shannonside B 1 Ballingarry B 1 (O’Shea)
Molly O’Shea got the goal in the first half. Ballingarry were unlucky not to be further ahead through some great play in that first half with Emma Condron and Clodagh Morrissey in particular unlucky not to score. The home side were much stronger in the second period. However in spite of fine performances from Michella Enright and Muireann O’Sullivan Ballingarry conceded. The goal spurred Ballingarry to life but try as they might they could not find a way past the home defence and in the end had to settle for a draw.
U14 Boys Division 2 – Ballingarry v Athea Utd (No show Athea)
U16 Girls – Askeaton 1 Ballingarry 4 (Madden 2; Moran; Hayes)
The scoreline suggests an easy win for Ballingarry however this was not the case as Askeaton gave Ballingarry a game throughout. The home side could have been 2 down before they took the lead through Amy Maddens first of two, even then Askeaton fought back and drew level shortly after the break. Another from Madden and one each from Hannah Moran and Sarah Hayes secured the win that sees the title decided in the last game of the season when Abbeyfeale United visit Ballingarry.
Youths Division 1 – Ballingarry 0 Abbeyfeale Utd 2
The scoreline offers little insight into the game as Ballingarry dominated for long stretches of play in both halves. A missed penalty from the home side at 0-0 changed the landscape from a Ballingarry perspective raising the visitor’s spirits enough to score an unlikely opener. The second came late as Ballingarry surged forward.
Sunday, October 20th
U/14 Girls – Abbeyfeale Utd 2 Ballingarry 6 (Clancy 2, Lawlee 4)
Ballingarry secured the division 1 title with a game to spare, to go with the u14 cup already won with this emphatic win at Abbeyfeale last Sunday. Another impressive show from the girls in Green and Gold had them 2 up, both goals from Abbie Clancy, before Katie Lawlee took over adding all remaining 4 goals. Congratulations to the squad and management on secureing a first ever “double” for the clubs Under 14 girls.