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22/Sep/2014

U14 Hurlers (Naomh Brid) have qualified for the county final after victory over Granagh/Ballingarry on a 7-6 to 2-6 scoreline on Saturday evening last in Rathkeale . We started brightly scoring 1-1 without reply but Granagh responded well and both sides exchanged scores, however Naomh Brid were leading 3-2 to 0-5 as half time approached and 2 quick successive goals before and after half time got Granagh/Ballingarry back into it drawing the teams level. After a couple of positional changes the game turned and Naomh Brid started to pull away with two quick goals and number of points. Granagh /Ballingarry were then held to scoring one additional point in the half and Naomh Brid dominated the half helped by some very effective substitutes. In the end the lads came away with a well-deserved win and booked their place in the county final against Garryspillane. It is a great achievement by this great young bunch of lads and hardworking management.

Junior B footballers played Fedamore in the East Championship final on Saturday eve last in Kilteely. Having already lost to the county League champions earlier in the year Bally knew this was going to be a tough contest. Fedamore got off to the better start and had 4 points on the board before Conal Ryan registered Bally’s first point. Bally contested well and were getting into the game when Fedamore scored a goal somewhat against the run of play. Bally then responded with points from Denis Stack and Paul Martin leaving the half time scoreline 1-4 to 0-3 in Fedamore’s favor. Bally continued to work hard in the second half but perhaps unlucky not to have converted a number of chances while Fedamore kept the scoreboard ticking over with 4 more points before Denis Stack and Conal Ryan responded with 2 well executed points. These scores were then followed with a well finished goal from Michael Wilkinson and that narrowed the margin to 5 points. However it became clear it was not going to be Bally’s night after we failed to convert 2 penalties late in the half. Fedamore then pulled away with a couple of late scores leaving the final score 1-5 to 2-10 in favor of Fedamore’s favor.  Team: Kieran McCarthy, Hugh Leonard, Joe Teefy, Sean Browne, Colm Nicholl, Eoin Lyons, Conor Grene, Darragh Martin, William Hanley, Michael Wilkinson, Dennis Stack, Paul Martin, Conal Ryan, Liam O’Rourke , Larry Browne, John Stack, John Casey, Adrian Lennon, Jamie O’ Donoghue, David Ryan, Alan O’Riordan.