Minors Suffer Loss On Premier Debut

Minor Premier Football Tory Gaels 1-10 Ballysteen/St Senans 0-11 A Ballysteen / St Senans amalgamation gave a good account of themselves in the opening round of the Minor Premier Football Championship but ultimately came up short against a strong Tory Gaels (Croom/Crecora) side.  Tory Gaels had a high scoring win in their opening game against Monaleen but our lads ensured …

Junior B’s with good win over Mountcollins

West Junior B League Ballysteen 3-10 Mountcollins 2-4 A fine performance by our Junior B team, saw us comfortably overcome Mountcollins on a scoreline of 3-10 to 2-4. Playing with the aid of a strong breeze we started brightly with Stephen Carrig opened the scoring from a free, before the industrious Anthony O’Shaughnessy slotted over a magnificent score from the …

Minors with narrow win over Galtee Gaels

Minor County 13-a-side Ballysteen 3-8 Galtee Gaels 3-7 A late  Jack Neville free clinched victory for our minor footballers this evening in a nail biting encounter with Galtee Gaels. A bright start by the visitors saw us trail to an early goal but once Conor Barry responded with a goal of his own we settled into the game and dominated …

Opening Round Victory over Galbally

County Senior Football Championship Rd 1 Ballysteen….1-12 Galbally…1-07 Our Senior Championship campaign got off to the perfect start in blustery conditions last friday evening against Galbally as we registered a well deserved win in Feenagh. With a strong wind blowing and not favouring either side at times Ballysteen started the stronger and raced into an early 3 points to one …

Ballysteen defeat Fr Caseys

This wasn’t the most spectacular of games to watch with many errors coming from both sides throughout this clash but at the end of the day it was a very important win for our senior side and 2 valuable points gained following our opening round defeat to Ballylanders. The game was played last friday evening in Newcastlewest and it was …

Newcastle West Deny Ballysteen Final Spot

A GOAL from James Kelly was the crucial score for Newcastle West on Friday night as they beat Ballysteen on a scoreline of 1-8 to 0-9 in the Limerick SFC semi-final Kelly’s goal, two minutes into the second half, ensured Newcastle West qualified for the final for the second year running and they will meet Drom-Broadford in the final on …