Fixtures for the 2018 Senior Football League Div 2
Ballymac Senior Team gained promotion in 2017 and will now play in Division 2 of The Senior Football League in 2018. We have 5 away games and 6 home games including the last round at home to Currow!
The competition is strong in this Division and we look forward to supporting our Senior Team at home and away from the 11th March when we commence our year with a home game V Kenmare.
Round 1 – Sun Mar 11 – Ballymac v Kenmare
Round 2 – Sun Mar 25- Ballymac v Miltown/C’maine
Round 3 – Sun April 1 or April 22 – Austin Stacks v Ballymac
Round 4 – Sun May 13 – Ballymac v Emmets
Round 5 – Sun May 27 – Ballymac v Glenflesk
Round 6 – Sun June 10 – Na Gaeil v Ballymac
Round 7 – Sun June 17 – Dromid v Ballymac
Round 8 – Sun July 1 – Desmonds v Ballymac
Round 9 – Sun July 15 – Ballymac v Ardfert
Round 10 – Sun July 29 – Kilcummin v Ballymac
Round 11 – TBC – Ballymac v Currow
Lotto Results 22/01/2018
Venue – O’Riardas Bar
Jackpot – 3,100
Number drawn – 2,8,21,24
NO WINNER THIS WEEK
Luck Dip winners
1: Johnny Leen – Ballymac
2:Sean Lyons – Kielduff
3: Mary O’Shea – Kielduff
4: Mike Leen – Kilquane
5: Blake Leen – Chutehall
Seller – Christopher Leen.
Next weeks jackpot will be 3,200 and the draw will take place in the Ballygarry Hotel on 20/01/2018
Ballymac Strictly Love Dancing 2018
Ballymac GAA are delighted to be presenting the 2018 Strictly Love Dancing again this year at the Ballygarry Hotel on February 3rd.
The dancers have been preparing for the last few months and they assure us that this year promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The show begins at 8pm and we would recommend everyone arrive early to ensure a good viewing position at the venue.
Tickets are all but sold out to date but keep your eye on the Ballymac Strictly Love Dancing Facebook page in case any more become available .
Goalkeeper coaching with Joby Costello will take place very Monday evening at John Mitchells Astro from 5.30pm to 7.00pm. Its 10 euro a session but really worth it as our keepers will receive a high quality and very valuable coaching skills from Joby. Ballymac are encouraging as many keepers as possible to avail of this coaching.
Congratulations to our u16 Boys Basketball team who were crowned County Champions on Sunday last in Duagh.
They began with impressive victories over Castleisland and Killarney which qualified them for the Final against Currow/Currans. They continued their good form to win the Gold medals and progress to the Munster Finals to be held in April.Special mention must be made of coach Jack Culloty for the work he has put in with these lads.
Panel: James Baily Ciaran Brosnan Cathal Culloty Luke Curtin Adam Kelly Mike Mc Carthy Sean Pollman Daamen Tim Pollman Daamen Darragh Sweeney Jack Tobin.
Well done also to our U11 mixed Basketball team who came home with Bronze medals following their efforts last weekend.In their group games they began with a good victory over Ballydonoghue next up were Currow/Currans where after a close encounter we emerged victorious.
This qualified us for a semi final game against Spa/Muckross. We didn’t play to our potential and it was the Killarney side who progressed to the final.
We then faced Duagh/Lyre in the 3rd/4th place play off,in this game the team performed very well to record a four point victory and well deserved medals. Great credit is due to coaches Mary Brosnan and Anthony Griffin who put in a lot of work getting the side ready for competition.
Panel:Anna Collins Maura Culloty Eppie Edwards Sarah O Rourke Shane Brosnan Luke Griffin Michael Quirke Con Sheehan.
Overall our Basketball teams performed exceptionally well in Community Games winning medals in 4 of the 5 age groups in boys and girls. Credit for this must go to the local Bobcats Club where the vast majority of these players are coached in Basketball.