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Club News week commencing Aug 27th 2018

14/Sep/2018

Junior A: On 26/8/2018 Ballybricken/Bohermore Junior As travelled to Caherconlish to play Doon in the Final  of the East Junior A hurling championship.  Bally scored the first point, but Doon replied with 5 points in a row before Bally levelled with  Conor McCarthy scoring a free and goaling from a penalty. At the end of the first quarter, the sides were level 1-2 to 0-5. In the second quarter, Doon got their scores easier, and led at half time 0-11 to 1-6.  Immediately after the re-start, Doon scored a goal to leave us trailing by 5 points, which they increased to a 6 point lead, before Bally dug deep and started the fight back scoring 4 points to leave Doon leading by 3 points going into the last quarter. Bally continued to score and with 6 minutes left the sides were level 1-13 apiece. Alas, in the last 5 minutes Doon re-asserted themselves and scored 3 points without reply to win on a score line of Doon 1-16 Ballybricken/Bohermore 1-13.Team lined out as follows:  1. Shane O Neill, 2. Seán Browne, 3. Eoin Lyons , 4. Mark O Dea, 5. Niall Mitchell, 6. Michael Wilkinson , 7. Alan O Riordan. 8. Conor McCarthy, 9. Paul Martin, 10. Matt Mitchell, 11. Sean Teefy, 12. Daniel Owens, 13. Daniel McGuire, 14. Ian McLoughlin, 15. Colm Teefy.

Subs:  17. Conal Ryan for 14. Ian McLoughlin (38 mins), 20. Enda Frawley for 10. Matt Mitchell (42 mins), 18 Jack Owens for 5. Niall Mitchell (52 mins)  Scorers: Conor McCarthy 1-7 (1-0 pen, 0-4 Frees), Sean Teefy 0-2, Daniel Owens 0-2, Colm Teefy 0-1, Conal Ryan 0-1.

 

Club fixtures and notices: The minor footballers are out this Thursday against East Gaels in Boher at 7pm. Club training continues for adult hurling junior team with Crecora the opposition in the qualifier round with the winner advancing to a county quarter final. Last Sunday week saw Limerick win the hurling all-Ireland for the first time in 45 attempts it was a historic occasion well done to the players and all involved. The parish of Ballybricken/Bohermore was well represented with Orla Ryan playing in the GAA Cumann na mBunscol INTO/ Respect Exhibition Go Games daughter of all-Ireland winner Andrew and  Moya  McGuinness who brought the Liam McCarthy Cup into Croke Park prior to the game. Both girls are pupils of Caherelly NS and members of St Ailbes Camogie club. Great scenes followed at the final whistle in Croke Park were the late Dolores O Riordans music was played over the tannoy to make this great occasion all the more memorable for the strong Ballybricken/Bohermore contingent in attendance all credit to club officials for allocating tickets to as many members as possible.