Granagh/Ballingarry Chase Munster Football Glory On Saturday
Five times Limerick County Junior B Football champions Granagh/Ballingarry will renew rivalry with Cork kingpins Randal Og in their eagerly awaited and much delayed 2021 Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Final replay on Saturday 14th May in Knockaderry at 2.30p.m
Tremendous support is anticipated for both clubs in the first final replay in the competition since Clann na nGael won the first one in 2006. Randal Og will be contesting their first final and hoping to become the second Cork club on Saturday to win the title since Clann na nGael in 2006. Their opponents Granagh/Ballingarry reached the decider in 2010 where they went under to the Na nGael Kerry by 3 points, 1-10 to 3-1 and will be hoping to become the second Limerick club to raise the Munster trophy since Ballybrown caused a major shock by lowering the colours of much-fancied Cromane from Kerry in the 2017 decider.
Daly’s Last Point Earns Randal Og Replay
2021 Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Final
At sun-drenched Knockaderry on Saturday 26th March a well taken point from open play by Séan Daly, one minute into added time earned Cork kingpins Randal Og a thrilling draw with five times Limerick County Junior B football champion winners Granagh/Ballingarry in the much-delayed 2021 Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Final. Granagh/Ballingarry scored 1-5 from play and 0-2 from frees. Randal Og scored 0-5 from play and 0-5 from frees.
Granagh/Ballingarry: David Clancy, Thomas O’Donovan, Niall Cahill, captain, Kieran Condron, Luke Flynn, Darragh Casey, Brendan ?, David Condron, Edward Sheehy, Seán O’Connor 0-1 (free), Jack Cagney 0-2 (1 free), Eoin Herlihy, Keith O’Kelly, Denis O’Connor 1-3, Damien O’Donovan 0-1. Subs used: Eoin Casey, Josh Quill Mulcaire.
Randal Óg: Ciarán Murray, Eoin Murray, Ian Crowley, Padraig Crowley, Cian O’Neill, Shane Patterson, Stephen Crowley, Conor O’Neill, Peter Collins (0-4 frees), Kevin Dullea, Padraig Collins 0-1, Seadhna Crowley, Barry O’Driscoll 0-2 (1 free), Donncha Collins 0-1, Seán Daly 0-2. Subs used: Padraig Collins, Seamus Crowley (captain), Pauric White.
Referee: Eamonn Young (Kerry).
The Randal Óg club is a dual Junior B Hurling and Football Club centred in Ballincarrig, South East of Dunmanway town in the heartland of Carbery, the South West Division of County Cork. Ballinacarrig and the surrounding townlands comprise of a quiet rural area of West Cork an area dominated by a 16th century castle built on a towering ruck no more than a few hundred metres from the Randal Óg Ó Mirthile local Gaelic chieftain and from whom the club takes its name. In the other direction less than a mile to the north the river Bandon flows on its way to the Atlantic Ocean at Kinsale Harbour. The Randal Óg Club was founded in 1953 as a football only club only. In 1996 the hurling team was affiliated for the first time and since then there has been no break in the club’s dual commitment. The club now field Junior B and U21 teams in hurling and football. The club is involved in underage games up to and including minor as part of Sam Maguire’s Club. In 2021 the Carbery Club’s footballers enjoyed tremendous success. They won the 2021 Carbery Junior B Football Championship by defeating Goleen in the divisional decider 0-11 to 0-1. They went on to win the Junior B County Football Championship t itle when they defeated their Carbery rivals Goleen again winning 2-10 to 1-6 in the county decider at Páirc Uí Rinn in mid November. This was a historic success as it was Randal Óg’s first county football title. Just before Christmas they completed the double when they added the Junior B Football Divisional title to their growing collection after beating Dripsey 1-11 to 0-13 in the final at Páirc Uí Rinn. That completed a terrific Cork douoble for Randals. Their reward for all their success in 2021 is a deserved race in Saturday’s Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Final replay against Granagh/Ballingarry from West Limerick and a spot in the Cork County Junior A Football ranks for the first time in over 40 years where there are draws in Group 4 along with Carbery Rangers, Newcestown and Muintir Bhaire. The average of the Randal Óg players is 23 to 24 and between hurling and football they played an energy-sapping 28 games in 29 weeks across eight different competitions and they finished the 2021 season with three trophies and promotion to Junio A Football in 2022. Randals is one of the smallest clubs in the Carbery division. They didn’t have a huge pick of players and likewise don’t have a huge pick of voluntary people either but whoever can get involved will get involved as its all the way from the people involved in the administrative side to all the people involved with teams. It is every who helps out in their own way. Randals are only a crossroads really, they have a school, a church and a local creamery. The GAA Club is hugely important to areas when teams are doing well, more and more people come to the matches. The club officials are hopeful there will be even more supporters at the games this season and the footballers hope to be crowned Munster Junior B champions this Saturday and strut their stuff at Junior A as the hurlers redouble their efforts to win promotion from Junior B.
Path to the Munster Football Championship Final Replay
Cork County Junior B Football Championship
Round 1: Randal Óg 3-15, Belgooly 3-15.
Semi Final: Randal Óg 0-11, Douglas 0-5.
County Final: Randal Óg 2-10, Goleen 1-6.
Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Quarter Final: Randal Óg (Cork) 2-17, Parteen (Clare) 1-1.
Semi Final: Randal Óg 4-12, Moyvane, Kerry 4-12 aet – Randals won 7-6 on penalties.
Final: Randal Óg 0-10, Granagh/Ballingarry 1-7.
Randal Óg Panel: Ciarán Murray, Eoin Murray, Seamus Crowley (captain), Ian Crowley, Padraig Duggan, Shane Patterson, Cian O’Neill, Conor O’Nerill, Peter Collins, Kevin Dullea, Padraig O’Sullivan, Seadhna Crowley, Barry O’Driscoll, Donncha Collins, Seán Daly, Sean Kingston, Stephen Crowley, Padraig Galvin, Pauric White, Cathal Duggan, Cal Myhan, Daniel O’Sullivan, Barry O’Sullivan, Ronan Daly, David Collins, Martin Murphy, Tomas White.
Management team: Dáithí Ó hEachain (traenelaí), Aodhán O’Sulleabháin, Gearoíd Ó Coilean, Seosamh Ó Cruadhlasich, Garhabhan Pionsias Ó Domhnaill, Maeve Ní Dhomhnaill, First Aid: Maire Uí hAnnagein, Physio. B
The club is situated in West Limerick under the shadow of Knockfierna. It caters for all ages from U6 to adult in both hurling and football formed in 1945 reformed in 1990 after the merger of Granagh and Ballingarry GAA clubs. Previously the clubs had been playing together at underage level. Hurling is the more popular game in the parish winning West and County Championship titles in all grades from senior down to U12. Since 1989 the club has enjoyed great success in football winning five County Junior B Football Championship titles, one County Junior B Football League title, six West Junior B Championship titles, two West Junior A Championship titles, two West Junior Championship titles, two West Junior A and B League titles along with numerous West and County titles from U21 right down to U12. 2021 was a very successful year for Granagh/Ballingarry in both codes, winning seven pieces of silverware. The 2020 County U16 13-a-side football title, the Junior B footballers achieving nine West and County Championships and their counterparts in hurling, winning the delayed 2020 West Championship title. The fine display given by the intermediate hurlers reaching the County Championship Semi Final for the first time since 2018 where they went under to eventual winners. Effin by two points reaching the West Senior Hurling League/Championship Final where they went under to Adare by four points at Newcastlewest, winning the Jim (Twin) Lynch Memorial and the Hennessy Cups. The U21 hurlers with only a panel of 17 players fought a great campaign to reach the County B Final where they defeated neighbours Dromin/Athlacca 0-18 to 0-7 to capture the club’s first county 15-a-side County U21 Hurling Championship title to finally bring the curtain down on a long and successful 2021 season on Sunday 12th December at the Wallace GAA grounds in Kilbreedy.
Paths to 2021 Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Replay Final
West Limerick Junior B Football Championship 2021
Round 1: Granagh/Ballingarry 1-12, Knockaderry 1-11.
Semi Final: Granagh/Ballingarry 4-13, Athea 1-8.
West Final: Granagh/Ballingarry 1-11, Knockaderry 1-6.
County Junior B Football Championship 2021
Quarter Final: Granagh/Ballingarry 0-10, Fedamore 0-6.
Semi Final: Granagh/Ballingarry 3-13, Claughaun 0-2.
County Final: Granagh/Ballingarry 0-10, Knockaderry 0-2.
Munster Club Junior B Football Championship
Semi Final: Granagh/Ballingarry (Limerick) 1-8, The Nire (Waterford) 1-4.
Final: Granagh/Ballingarry (Limerick) 1-17, Randal Óg Cork 0-10.
Granagh/Ballingarry Panel: David Clancy, Thomas O’Donovan, Niall Cahill (captain), Kieran Condron, Luke Flynn, Darragh Casey, Brendan Lynch, David Condron, Edward Sheehy, Seán O’Connor, Jack Cagney, Cathal O’Keeffe, Sean Smith, Denis O’Connor, Damien O’Donovan, Keith O’Kelly, Jack O’Donoghue, Eoin Herlihy, Eoin Lynch, Gearóid Lynch, Jack Hartnet, Seán Murphy, Eoin Casey, Brian Mulqueen, Josh Quill Mulcaire, Marcus Moore, Kieran O’Donovan, Gearóid O’Leary (injured player).
Manager: Shane O’Grady, coach Mark O’Sullivan, selector, Andrew Holmes, First Aid Theresa Noonan.
Granagh/Ballingarry Junior Football Roll of Honour
Limerick County Junior B Football Championship
Ballingarry, 1989, Granagh/Ballingarry 1996, 2002, 2010, 2021.
Limerick County Junior B League 2010
West Limerick Junior A Football Championship 1990, 2006.
West Junior B Football Championship Ballingarry 1989
Granagh/Ballingarry 1996, 2010, 2016, 2018, 2021.
West Limerick Junior A Football League 2003, 2011
West Limerick Junior B Football League 1996, 2010.
Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Roll of Honour
2006 Clann na nGael (Cork) 2007 An Croman (Kerry).
2008 Tuosist (Kerry),
2009 Churchill (Kerry),
2010 Na nGael (Kerry)
2011 Brosna (Kerry)
2012 Scartaglen (Kerry),
2013 Asdee Kerry, 2014 Valentia/Young Islanders (Kerry),
2015 Sneem/Derrynane (Kerry)
2016 Lispole (Kerry),
2017 Ballybrown (Limerick).
2018 Kilgarvan (Kerry).
2019 (Not completed due to Covid 19
2020 No competition due to Covid 19.
Entrance fee for supporters for this Saturday’s Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Final Replay, Granagh/Ballingarry (Limerick) v Randal Óg (Cork) in Knockaderry at 2.30pm is 10 which includes a match programme and teal/light refreshments in the local hall post match where the Man of the Match award sponsored by Knockaderry/Clouncagh Community Council will be presented.
Hopefully all Gaels in both Granagh and Ballingarry and beyond will travel to give support to our Junior B footballers and their management team of Shane O’Grady, Mark O’Sullivan, Andrew Holmes and First Aid officials Theresa Noonan in Knockaderry this Saturday 14th May for the 2.30pm throw-in to cheer them on their bid to become only the second Limerick Club since Ballybrown in 2017 to be crowned Munster Club Junior B Football champions.
We urge both schools and people all over Granagh/Ballingarry parish and beyond to put their flags out in support of the Granagh/Ballingarry Junior B footballers for this Saturday’s Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Final Replay v Cork champions Randal Óg in Knockaderry at 2.30pm.
Granagh/Ballingarry Book Semi Final Spot With Fifth Straight Win
West Junior A Football League/Championship Round 5
2021 West Limerick and County Junior B Football champions (and Munster replay finalists v Randal Óg Cork on Saturday 14th May in Knockaderry at 2.30pm).
Granagh/Ballingarry extended their unbeaten run of games to 13 since defeating Knockaderry 1-12 to 1-11 in the opening of the 2021 West Junior B Football Championship at Newcastlewest on Wednesday 18th August with an impressive 9-point 3-10 to 1-7 victory over a gallant Ballysteen second string 15 to record their fifth straight win in the West Junior A Football League/Championship at Ballingarry on Saturday evening to go joint top of the table on 10 points with St. Kierans.
A small crowd turned out to watch this fifth round league tie played on a top class pitch with John Hunt of Athea in charge. A couple of wides were exchanged before a long delivery from Granagh/Ballingarry’s No. 11 Damien O’Donovan was finished past the Ballysteen keeper on 4 minutes. Mike Boyle and Niall Barry had wides for Ballysteen before Sam Duggan opened their account with a well taken point following a good solo run on 7 minutes. Then after a few minutes of scoreless play, U19 player Paudie Murphy cut through the Ballysteen defence and laid off to county minor Keith O’Kelly who finished past the Ballysteen keeper to leave the homeside Granagh/Ballingarry five ahead 2-0 to 0-1 on 12 minutes. Wides were exchanged before Kieran O’Donovan on 15 minutes and Damien O’Donovan on 19 minutes raised white flags for Granagh/Ballingarry before points were from open play by Ballysteen’s No. 12 on 20 minutes and Eoin Lynch a minute later to leave it Granagh/Ballingarry 2-3, Ballysteen 0-2 on 22 minutes. Then after five minutes of scoreless play Ballysteen’s No. 15 Patrick Ranahan finished past the Granagh/Ballingarry keeper David Clancy on 28 to reduce the deficit to four. Both sides failed to add to their total in the final two minutes of this well contested opening half to leave the homeside in at the interval at 2-3 to 1-2.
Granagh/Ballingarry dominated for 15 minutes after the interval with six unanswered white flags through Kieran O’Donovan (play), Paudie Murphy 3 (2 frees, 1 play), Darragh Casey (play) and substitute Patrick Shelton (play) to leave it 2-9 to 1-2 in favour of the homeside at the end of the third quarter. Ballysteen far from being overawed had a trio of white flags through Joey Rushe (play) on 47 minutes, Seán Gallagher (free) on 50 minutes and Sam Duggan (play) on 53 minutes to reduce the deficit to seven, Granagh/Ballingarry 2-9, Ballysteen 1-5 with seven minutes of normal time remaining on the clock. Then white flags were traded from open play by Paudie Murphy on 55 minutes and substitute Caolin Ruche on 57 minutes before Man of the Match Paudie Murphy raised his second and Granagh/Ballingarry’s third green flag on two minutes later to leave it 3-10 to 1-6 in favour of the boys in black and green on 59 minutes. Credit to the Ballysteen boys who refused to give up as they continuously took the fight to their much stronger and fitter opponents and were rewarded with an injury time white flag from open play through substitute Kevin Barry to reduce the deficit to nine at the final whistle.
Granagh/Ballingarry were deserving 3-10 to 1-7 winners of their fifth straight win in the West Junior A Football League/Championship to extend their unbeaten run of games to 13 since defeating Knockaderry 1-12 to 1-11 in the opening round of the 2021 West Junior B Football Championship on Wednesday 18th August in Newcastle West to go joint top of the West Junior A Football League/Championship table on ten points, with St. Kieran’s to qualify for the semi final. They can now look forward with confidence to the much delayed Munster Club Junior B Football Championship final replay v Donal Og, Cork on this Saturday 14th May in Knockaderry at 2.30pm.
Granagh/Ballingarry scored 3-8 from play and 0-2 from frees. Ballysteen scored 1-6 from play and 0-1 from a free.
Granagh/Ballingarry: David Clancy, Kieran Condron, Eoin Casey, Eoin Herlihy, Brian Sheehy, Darragh Casey 0-1, Brendan Lynch, David Condron, Eoin Lynch 0-1, Kieran Donovan 0-2, Sean Murphy, Jack O’Donoghue, Keith O’Kelly 1-0, Paudie Murphy 2-5. Subs used Marcus Moore, Patrick Shelton 0-1, Gearoid Lynch.
Ballysteen scorers were Patrick Ranahan 1-0, Sam Duggan 0-2, Joey Rushe 0-1, Sean Gallagher 0-1 (free), Alan O’Shaughnessy 0-1, Colin Rushe 0-1, Paul Doyle 0-1.
Referee: John Hunt, Athea.
Defeat for Limerick in Munster Minor Phase 1 Final
Munster Minor Football Championship Phase 1 Final
Limerick had beaten Clare and Waterford to reach the Munster Minor Football Championship Final for the Daryl Darcy Cup played in Mallow last Thursday evening. The boys in green and white suffered a 10 point defeat at the hands of a strong Tipperary side who now advance to meet the losers of the Cork and Kerry game in the Munster Minor Football Championship semi final.
Munster U21 Hurling Championship Final
Hearty congratulations to the Diarmuid Mullins managed Limerick U21 hurling side who were crowned Munster Champions with a thrilling four point, 1-25 to 2-18 victory over gallant Tipperary at Páirc na nGael on Wednesday 4th May. In the new format for this year’s Munster U21 Hurling Championship, Limerick beat Clare, Cork, Waterford and Tipperary to win the Munster title which now progresses the boys in green and white directly into the All Ireland U20 Hurling Championship final to played on the weekend of May 21st/22nd against Leinster champions Kilkenny.
Limerick Book Munster Final Spot with Third Straight Win
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Round 3
Hearty congratulations to Limerick senior hurlers manager John Kiely, our own Donal O’Grady coach/selector and the rest of the management team on their thrilling seven point win, 3-21 to 0-23 over Tipperary to record their third straight win in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship in front of a big crowd at Páirc nan Gael on Sunday to advance to their fourth Munster Senior Hurling Championship final in a row on Sunday 5th June against Waterford, Clare or Cork. We wish the boys in green and white the best of luck against neighbours Clare in their final group stage game on this Sunday 15th May in Cusack Park, Ennis at 4pm. Please support.
Munster Senior Football Championship Semi Final
The best of luck to Manager Billy Lee, Newcastle West and all involved with the Limerick Senior Footballers who play Tipperary on this Saturday 14th May in Semple Stadium, Thurles at 7pm for a place in the Munster Senior Football Championship final for the first time since 2010 against holders Kerry on Saturday 28th May in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney at 3pm. Please support.
West Senior Hurling League/Championship Round 5
Adare travel to Ballingarry on Tuesday 17th May to play the homeside Granagh/Ballingarry in Round 5 of the West Senior Hurling League/Championship at 7.30pm. Holders Adare are joint second on the League/Championship table with Knockaderry on four points after going under to Croagh/Kilfinny and wins over Knockaderry and Feohanagh/Castlemahon while their opposition Granagh/Ballingarry are joint bottom of the table with Feohanagh/Castlemahon after a draw with Feohanagh/Castlemahon and going under to Croagh/Kilfinny and Newcastle West. An exciting game is in prospect in Ballingarry on Tuesday 17th May at 7.30pm. So come and support the boys in black and green and their management team.
West Junior A Hurling League/Championship Round 4
Ballingarry is the venue on Thursday 19th May at 7.30pm for the meeting of the home side Granagh/Ballingarry and Askeaton in Round 4 of the West Junior A Hurling League/Championship. Askeaton are second on the table on three points after a 4-11 to 1-18 draw with Rathkeale and a 5-13 to 2-6 win over Newcastle West, while their opposition Granagh/Ballingarry are pointless at the bottom of the table after going under to neighbours Rathkeale in their only game played to date. Your support for the boys in black and green would be appreciated to cheer them on in their bid for a first league win.
Jim (Twin) Lynch Memorial Cup in Aid of Red Cross
Three teams, Feohanagh/Castlemahon, Granagh/Ballingarry (holders) and Feenagh/Kilmeedy are entered in the third annual Jim (Twin) Lynch Memorial Cup 2022 with all proceeds of a bucket collection at both the semi finals going to the Irish Red Cross Ukrainian Appeal. Granagh/Ballingarry v Feohanagh/Castlemahon is provisionally fixed for Saturday 4th June in Ballingarry at 7.30pm and the final Feenagh/Kilmeedy v Granagh/Ballingarry or Feohanagh/Castlemahon (tbc).
May County Club Draw
The next Limerick County GAA Club draw is on Saturday 28th May with a top prize of €10,000. There are a host of other prizes to be won, 2nd €3,000, 3rd €2,000, 4th €1,000, 5th exclusive prize of a Capri 4 seater round ratten garden furniture set for your garden, 6th to 9th €500, 10th to 13th €250, 14th to 30th €100. Entry to the draw is just €10 per month with the option to join our own club draw which stars in June and County Club Draw for €150. Granagh/Ballingarry had 117 members in the second draw in April. If you would like to still renew your membership please follow the link limerickgaa.ie/clublimerick-draw-signup/ and select Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club and the number of draws you wish to sign up for. You may also contact the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club draw co-ordinator Stephen Stapleton on (086) 1960361. Note all new members to be included in the May draw must be in by Wednesday 25th May at 12 noon.
Munster Minor Hurling Championship Semi Finals: Tipperary 2-23, Waterford 0-15; Clare 2-17, Cork 1-17.
Munster Minor Football Championship Phase 1 Final: Tipperary 1-14, Limerick 1-4.
Munster U20 Hurling Championship Final: Limerick 1-25, Tipperary 2-18.
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Round 3: Limerick 3-21, Tipperary 0-23.
Munster Senior Football Championship Semi Final: Kerry 0-23, Cork 0-11.
All Ireland U20 Football Championship Semi Final: Tyrone 1-14, Kerry 10-12; Kildare 0-12, Sligo 0-7.
West Junior A Football League/Championship Round 5: Granagh/Ballingarry 3-10, Ballysteen 1-7.
Name: Tom Horgan
Favourite Position: Midfield
Favourite Club Player: Darragh Casey
Favourite County Player: Gearoid Hegarty
Biggest Influence on My Career: Dad (Pat) and Grandad
What age did you start hurling: 3 years old
Toughest player to mark in training: Jack Mulqueen
What would you do if you won the lotto: Buy a house in a warm country
Where do you see yourself in ten years time: Fit and healthy and playing club hurling with Granagh/Ballingarry and hopefully County
Favourite other sport: Soccer and rugby
Biggest achievement so far: Winning the County U14 Championship in hurling in 2020 and making the West Sarsfield team in 2019.
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€18,300 Jackpot on Saturday
There was no winner of the €18,200 jackpot in the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club lottery draw held on Saturday 7th May in Denny’s Bar, Ballingarry. The numbers draw were 2, 21, 23 and 24. The lucky dips of €20 each went to Seamus Hanrahan, promoter online; Noreen McCarthy, promoter Donagh McCarthy; Ciara Behan, promoter Kevin Carroll; Kayleigh Twomey, promoter The Rock Bar, Granagh.
The next draw for a jackpot of €18,300 will be held on Saturday 14th May in Buckley’s Bar, Ballingarry. Tickets are €2 or three for €5 and are on sale in local shops, bars and from promoters.
Note: You can now play online and the link is available on the Club’s Facebook Twitter which finishes at 6pm on Saturday. Thank you for your continued support.
A special general meeting of Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club takes place on Thursday 19th May in the Clubhouse, Ballingarry at 8.45pm to ratify the development committee’s proposal. All members are requested to attend.
Wednesday 11th May
Munster Minor Hurling Championship Final: Clare v Tipperary in Páirc na nGael at 7.30pm.
Thursday 12th May
Munster Minor Football Championship Semi Final: Kerry v Cork in Austin Stack Park at 7pm.
Saturday 14th May
Munster Club Junior B Football Championship Final Replay: Granagh/Ballingarry (Limerick) v Randal Og (Cork) in Knockaderry at 2.30pm.
Munster Senior Football Championship Semi Final: Limerick v Tipperary in Semple Stadium, Thurles at 7pm.
Sunday 15th May
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Round 3: Waterford v Cork in Walsh Park, Waterford at 2pm. Clare v Limerick in Cusack Park, Ennis at 4pm.
Tuesday 17th May
West Senior Hurling League/Championship Round 5: Granagh/Ballingarry v Adare in Ballingarry at 7.30pm.
Thursday 19th May
West Junior B Hurling League/Championship Round 4: Granagh/Ballingarry v Askeaton in Ballingarry at 7.30pm.
Special General Meeting of Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club in the Clubhouse Ballingarry at 8.45pm sharp.