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Club News week commencing Aug 18th

01/Sep/2014

Junior A Hurlers played Doon in the East Championship on Friday evening last in Kilteely. Both sides exchanged points in the first 10 minutes with Michael Wilkinson on target converting 3 placed balls for Bally. Doon then pulled ahead and went 5 points up before Bally responded with a well-executed goal from Barry Laffin. Doon then converted 3 consecutive points, leaving the half time score 1-3 to 0-11 in Doon’s favor. Bally started the second half well with points from John Casey and Daniel McGuire followed by a well worked goal initiated by Conal Ryan but superbly finished by Damien Browne bringing both sides level within the first 10 mins. Doon did not sit back and responded with a goal to regain their lead. Bally were not distracted by this set-back and kept up their excellent work rate with Paul Martin, Eoin Lyons and Joe Teefy leading by example in defense and the work rate was rewarded with points from Liam O’Rourke and 2 placed balls from Michael Wilkinson. Doon had also kept the score board ticking over and retained a 2 point lead as the final whistle approached. Bally’s however battled on to the bitter end and were again rewarded with 2 excellent late points and drawing the sides level on the final whistle. Final score 1-13 to 2-10. Team: Kieran McCarthy, Matt Mitchell, Joe Teefy, Larry Browne, Paul Martin, Eoin Lyons, John Stack, Sean Browne, Michael Wilkinson, Liam O’Rourke, Dennis Stack, Enda Frawley, Daniel McGuire, Barry Laffin, Conal Ryan, Damien Browne, Colm Nicholl, John Casey, Mark O’Dea.

Junior B Hurlers lost to well-balanced South Liberties side on Sat eve last in Caherelly. It was brilliant to witness Bally represented by two father and son combinations at opposite ends of the field with Kevin and son David Ryan defending well in the full back line. PJ and son Conor Garvey were excellent in the forwards scoring 1-7 from Bally’s 1-8 tally on the night.

Congrats and well done to Niamh Ryan and the Limerick Intermediate Camogie team in getting through to the All-Ireland final (v Kilkenny on Sept 14th) following an excellent win over Waterford last weekend.