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.: Under 12 Division 2 - Bally Rovers 4 Ballingarry 1
Just the 12s were in action last weekend (Saturday Sept 23rd 2006) going down in Ballyhahill. Both under 8 games were off due to the weather while the clubs 3rd round FAI Junior Cup game against Lisselton Rovers was postponed for the second week running. It is now refixed for Sunday October 8th.
.: Juniors continue to fall - Ballingarry 1 Rathkeale 2
Denis Kellys' 50th competitive goal for the club, just the third player ever to reach this mark, wasn't enough as Ballingarry suffered their third successive Premier Division defeat in a row (Sunday Sept 17th 2006). Rathkeale went two up and never looked in danger throughout.
.: Saturday Sept 16 2006 - Schoolboys Results
10s Lose And Draw.
Division 2 Pallaskenry 3 Ballingarry A 1
Much improvement from the first day as Ryan O' Shea scored their only goal. It was a game that Ballingarry should have won as they missed many chances.
Division 4 Ballingarry 2 Breska Rovers 2
A great game saw Ballingarry go 2 up from Cathal O' Keeffe and Mikey Morrissey only for the visitors to draw level before the break.
.: 14s Off To Perfect Start - Div. 1 Ballingarry 4 Broadford Utd 1
Two goals from Dean Clancy and one each from Anthony Forde and John Walsh saw Ballingarry ease past their visitors on Saturday last (Sept 16th 2006).
.: Ballingarry AFC Membership
Ballingarry AFC membership remains open until November 1st. The fees are €10 for non-playing members and €20 for junior players. Membership can be handed in to Declan Hartnett, Pascal Moynihan, John Clancy and Seamus Burke.
.: Bad weekend all round - Kildimo United 3 Ballingarry 2
Ballingarry lost their second successive league game on Sunday last (September 10th 2006) and even at this early stage in the season it looks as if survival in the Premier Division could be their objective. One down at the break it got worse when Kildimo went further ahead, but two goals from Denis Kelly saw Ballingarry draw level. However a third United goal sealed the issue.
.: Both under 8 teams lose.
Both the A and B under 8 teams were in Kildimo on Sunday evening but again no success as both lost their opening league games.
.: 12s Lose Opener - Ballingarry 3 Adare Utd 5
An under strength under 12 side fell to Adare on Saturday last (September 9th 2006) in this their first Division 2 fixture of the new season.
.: Mixed fortunes for under 10 teams.
Both of Ballingarrys' under 10 teams were in action today (September 2nd 2006) and while the Bears got their season off to a winning start in Division 4 with a 5-2 away win against Carrig Celtic, the Tigers fell to Division 2 favourites Foynes.
.: Silverware for 11s.
The clubs' under 11 side were the first to lift silver this season when the won the Kilmallock shield on Saturday last (August 26th 2006). After playing Kilmallock in their first game the met and defeated Ennis Town 5-1 in the final. A first half goal from Nathan Clancy saw them ahead at the break . Another from Nathan, two from Jack Cagney and one from Darragh Kiely sealed victory for James Clancys and Ian Hickeys charges.
.: Juniors off to poor start - Abbeyfeale United 2 Ballingarry 0
Ballingarry picked up where they left off last season with defeat. Both goals came during the first period.
.: 16s come unstuck - Ballingarry 0 Glin Rovers 2
Following their good start the 16s fell on their second outing to leaders Glin on Tuesday last Aug 22nd 2006. Both goals were scored in the last 10 minutes of the game.
.: Forde Returns From Villa.
Anthony Forde has returned home after a very successfull trial at Aston Villa. He will be returning to the English Premiership club later this year for a further trial.
.: 16s Get Season Off To Good Start - Ballingarry 2 Abbey Utd 0
A goal each from Janes Hayes and Kieran O' Keeffe got season 06/07 off to the best start possible in Ballingarry last Sunday (August 20th 2006)
.: Villa Trial For Forde.
Ballingarry under 13 player Anthony Forde will spend this week on trial at English Premiership club Aston Villa. He leaves today (August 21st 2006) and will train with the club until Thursday.
Schoolboy Divisions Finalised.
Ballingarrys schoolboy teams have been placed in their divisions for season 2006/07. For the first time ever the club will have two teams at under 10 level with the "Tigers" playing in division 2 and the "Bears" in division 4. The under 12 team will play in division 2 while the under 14s will compete in division 1. Finally the under 16s will kick off their season in division 1. The 8s wont know which division they will play in until they compete in their blitz which takes place in September.