Our Senior footballers took on Brigids last Wednesday in Russell Park in another Division 1 league game. In what has been a busy few weeks for the team, they were hoping to build on there two wins in a row … Read more
Our Senior Footballers were looking for some revenge on St Judes after they had got the better of them in the Championship meeting earlier in the season. In a cagey opening to the game Ballinteer were first to get on … Read more
Ballinteer St Johns Under 14 A girls capped a fine season by producing a performance full of character and grit when they needed it most at their 2018 football Feile.
The girls had spent the winter playing a string of … Read more
On Wednesday night our senior Hurlers traveled over to Ballymun to face Setanta. We had beaten Setanta in the championship already this year, but travelling over there is a tough place to go as our hurlers knew having lost there … Read more
Our Senior Footballers took on Castleknock last Wednesday in the league and had a superb 5 point win over them on their home turf. A great start saw them 1-03 to 0-00 up within 10 minutes – the goal coming … Read more
On a sun-drenched Saturday in May, our BSJ U14 girls went into battle for Féile glory and headed off as face painted warriors to Ballyboden for their greatest challenge. As a lone piper led the 5 teams across the pitch, … Read more
Our Seniors Hurlers made it 4 wins from 4 with a win against Scoil Ui Chonaill.
A dream start for Ballinteer as James Gilligan’s long range pile driver found the back of the net in the first minute. Ballinteer continued … Read more
In their last game before the Leaving Cert break the Johns Minor Hurlers finished in style to complete a victory against Judes 3-13 2-10.
Playing against the hill and the elements the team started poorly and were too porous at … Read more
After some hard work our A team made it 4 wins from 4 with a 1 point win over Naomh Mearnog. After conceding 2 early goals at the start of the first half the boys work very hard chipping away … Read more
Our Senior Footballers took on St. Oliver Plunketts on Wednesday evening in Marlay Park in what was the first meeting between the sides since Ballinteer’s famous victory in the Championship 6 years ago. Ballinteer started brightly playing into the wind … Read more