Ballingarry had a comfortable 1-14 to 0-7 win over Carrick Davins in the South senior hurling championship at Cloneen
Ballingarry made light work of this game when introducing Philip Ivors after the interval who dominated proceedings and had a hand in nearly every score in a dour second half that saw Ballingarry cruise to victory.
There were not many positives to be taken from the game except that Ballingarry have eased into the final phase of the Championship with the Carrick derby likely to be the pick of the final games remaining in the League section.
Best for Ballingarry were Ian Ivors, Donal Shelley, Adrian Cleere, Ger Fennely and Philip Ivors while for Davins Gerard Robinson, Noelie Butler and Willie O’Dwyer tried hardest.
Ballingarry - James Logue, Danny Fitzgerald, Dickie Norton, Jack Fennelly, Jerry Fitzgerald, Ian Ivors, Brian Cooney, Donal Shelley, Seanie Cahill 0-4f, Ciaran Shelley0-1, Eamon Cahill 0-1, Adrian Cleere 0-2 (1f), Ger Fennelly 1-3, Daniel Fennelly 0-1, Eamon Tuohy. Sub - Philip Ivors 0-2, Sean Doheny,
Carrick Davins - Edward McGrath, Stephen Cronin, Keith Condon, Brendan Butler, Jim Walsh, Gerard Robinson, Michael Ryan, Patrick Harriss, Michael Coady, Noel Butler, Luke Foran, John Murphy, Shane Butler, Willie O’Dwyer, Jason Butler. Subs Michael Hackett, Adam Foran
Referee - Noel Cosgrove (Marlfield)