Club Lotto: The club Lotto stands at €2,800. The next draw is Monday night the 13th June in the club house. The numbers drawn were 1,11,15,22 – Congratulations to John McMahon,Eddie Dooley,Julie Nicholl & Ray Gavin Jnr. who won in the lucky dips. Remember tickets can be bought from usual outlets throughout the parish and online from .The club would like to thank all for their continued support.
City East Intermediate Hurling League: On Tuesday last, June 7th , we played Claughaun in the Semi-final of the Intermediate hurling league in Fedamore. It was all square when the teams met earlier in the campaign, It was a very impressive display from the lads which saw the lead for the majority of the game, with a stand out performance from Micheal Martin on the night .Bally ran out winners on a score of 1:15-0:12 and progressed to the final against Doon.
On Friday last ,10th June, we travelled to Cappamore to take on Doon GAA in the final in the Bon Secours City East Intermediate Hurling league. In a tightly contested first half , Bally put some impressive scores on the board from the sticks of Micheal Martin, David Ryan and Enda Frawley and went in at the half time break a goal down on a score of 1:08-0:08. We had an impressive start to the second half with a goal straight from the throw in from Eoghan O’Neill followed by another point, but Doon hit back with a couple of points in quick succession to give them a 4pt gap at the midway point in the 2nd half. In the closing stages Bally found the back of the net again to make for an exciting finish to the game , but in true Doon fashion, they went up the field and replied instantly with 1:01 to leave the result beyond doubt. Doon ran out 6pt winners on a score of 2:19-2:13.
Upcoming Fixture: 16th June – Junior A Football County Semi Final: Ballybricken/Bohermore GAA V Mungret St Pauls GAA 7:00pm in Mackey Park.
Limerick GAA : Commiserations to Billy Lee and his Limerick footballers who came up short against Cork in Pairc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday last. This concluded a great season for the Limerick footballers which saw them promoted to Division 2 of The National Football League