Next week from 7th to 11th August there is all kinds of action for children aged 4 to 12 in the GAA Hall. Play games and learn some Irish is the focus of the event.
All those attending Cúl Camp should have received registration forms with their kits. If not, there are spares in the purple box in the clubrooms. We would appreciate if these could be returned tomorrow or asap to Amy, Martina or Gemma or leave them back in the purple box for collection. Payment can be made to one of those mentioned above or on the first morning.
Go raibh maith agaibh!
Final league match of the season. Our seniors with quite a number of regulars unavailable scored a comfortable 1-13 to 0-7 home win over Faughanvale. Despite heavy rain and slippery ball our team played some very good football and led at half time by 0-6 to 0-3. It was encouraging to see good performances from the younger players like Dylan Mullan, Oran Bradley, Shane McIntyre and Daniel Walton.
The team and scorers were Paul Keane, Dylan Mullan, Damian Cassidy, Oran Bradley, Bobby Mullan (0-2) Mark Ferris (0-1) Stephen Mullan, Jarleth Mooney, Shane McIntyre (0-01) Danial Walton, Liam Brown (0-1) Paul Ferris (0-1), Ryan Deighan (0-1) Gary Keane (1-6), Pearse McIntyre. Subs Brian Deighan and Daire Mullan.
The next game is against Drumsurn in the championship on Sunday week at Celtic Park.
Well done to everyone who helped in what was a very successful Cul Camp which ran from Monday to Friday.
On Friday evening both football fields were a hive of activity as the club hosted visiting teams in the Go Games.
On (Tonight) Tuesday the under 14 footballers are at home to Claudy in the championship. On Sunday it is the final round of the league with home games against Faughanvale, Reserve 1pm Senior 2-30pm
The seniors lost away to Castleawson in round 11 of the league by 2-14 to 0-13. At half time Castledawson led by 0-10 to 0-7. The Ballerin scorers were Gary Keane 0-10, Ryan Deighan 0-2 and Shane Ferris 0-1. The team was Paul Keane, Oran Bradley, Anton Bradley, Mark Ferris, Bobby Mullan, Jarleth Bradley, Stephen Mullan, Damian Cassidy, Liam Brown, Daniel Walton, Shane Ferris, Shane McIntyre, Ryan Deighan, Gary Keane, Sean Ferris.
The reserves lost to Castledawson in a high scoring game by 5-11 to 3-9.
The under 16’s got back to winning ways with a 4-6 to 1-8 home win against Ballymaguigan.