Junior B: Ballys junior B hurlers played their final group game in the east championship losing out to South Liberties by a point 3-8 to 2-12. Played in splendid conditions we got off to a fantastic start with Conor Greene poaching two goals early and with a Dan Garry point in between Bally were on top, we extended our lead further when a Cathal O Neill free ended up in the back of the net leaving the early score 3-1 to 0-3 after 10 minutes. Conor Greene added to his total with a point from play plus a placed ball and we led at half-time by five points thanks to excellent hard work throughout the field. Our defence was being overworked as the second half progressed and a south Liberties goal left us leading by two at the second water break with Conor Greene getting three points to keep us ahead. The final 15 minuets were a serious battle with us falling behind by one before a Conor Greene free and the score of the game from Adam MaCarthy who after a fantastic run slotted over the bar left us ahead by one but regrettably the opposition scored twice to see us losing out by a single point. Well done to the players and management involved with the Bs all year who have provided great entertainment and determination since the GAA year got back on track. Team from Kieran McCarthy, Hugh Leonard, Eoin Lyons, Eoin Frawley, Cathal O Neill, Sean Browne, Davie O Neill, Aaron O Brian, David Ryan, Denis Stack, Danny Garry, Larry Browne, Conor Greene, Tommy Carroll, Jamie O Donoughe, Barry Laffan, Adam MaCarthy, John Mitchell, Dylan Conway.
Fixtures: Ballybricken Bohermore are down to play Caherconlish in the football east championship semi final this Thursday in Knocklong at 6.30pm with updated restrictions in place there is a number of tickets available for spectators.