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ACL | Div 2 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 05.07.2015
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ACL Division 2 Results
Pomeory 1-10 Urney 1-15
Kildress 0-18 Derrylaughan 0-16
Killeeshil 0-8 Loughmacrory 1-11
Gortin 0-12 Cookstown 3-10
Derrytresk 2-8 Edendork 0-18
Moortown 1-10 Galbally 2-12

Kildress picked up two points at home this afternoon after a high scoring game with visitors Derrylaughan.  The two sides swapped 34 points between over the hour in a highly entertaining game in Gortaclady.  Kildress lead 0-9 to 0-5 at the break with Martin Grimes on target twice for the home side as was Des Tracey, Johnny Connelly, Coalan McNamee and Frank McGurk.  The visitors first half scorers included Tomas Carney, Ciaran Gervin, and full back Ciaran O’Hagan.  After the break Tomas Carney closed the gap momentarily before Des Tracey and an Eoin Branigan 45 eased the Kildress men ahead.  Derrylaughan hit back with points from Tomas Carney, Brendan Quinn, Ciaran Gervin and Fergal McAliskey.  Kildress however captured both points thanks to scores from Caolan McNamee, Frank McGurk and Martin McGurk.

Urney kept their recent run of positive results going when they travelled to Plunkett Park in Pomeroy and came away with a five point victory.  Plunket Langan, Jamie McAleer, Chris Bogle and Stephen Lafferty were all first half scorers for the visitors.  After the break a Stephen Lafferty goal followed up by points from Langan, Fergal McNulty and PJ McMenamin helped the Urney men to a third league win of the season.

An impressive haul of 3-6 from corner forward John Gilmore set Cookstown on the way to two points away from home on Sunday afternoon.  Gortin were 0-4 to 0-1 ahead inside six minutes with Diarmuid McNulty and Ruairi Keenan on the scoreboard for the home side.  Cookstown were in front though after 17 minutes as Gilmore helped himself to 1-3.  A further couple of points from Gilmore and another from Ryan Pickering eased Cookstown 1-6 to 0-7 ahead close to the break but an injury time penalty conversion from Gilmore and a point from Colin Bell put Cookstown five ahead at the short whistle.  Ruairi Keenan opened the second half scoring before John Gilmore fired home his third goal of the afternoon.  Both sides swapped points through Brian Mulligan and Brian McGarvey before Conor O’Neill popped up in the final minute to punch the ball over the crossbar for Cookstown.

Loughmacrory travelled across to Killeeshil on Sunday afternoon and despite an early second half setback managed to come away with two precious points.  Loughmacrory moved into an early lead 1-2 to 0-1 with points from Cathal Donaghy, Pauric Meenagh, and Niall Grimes adding the goal.  By the half time whistle Loughmacrory looked to be well in control of the game leading 1-5 to 0-3 as Pauric Meenagh, Ronan Ward and Cathal Donaghy added further scores.  The three Killeeshil scores came via Shane Mallon and Pascal Donnelly.  After the break Killeeshil took control of the game firing over the first four points from Mallon, Donnelly, Skeffington and O’Neill.  Mark McCullagh settled Loughmacrory nerves with the next score and further points from Niall Grimes and substitutes Aaron Kelly and Ciaran Ward ensured Loughamacrory posted another win.

Edendork St Malachy’s remain joint top of the Intermediate league after their four point win over Derrytresk.  Brian McGuckin rolled back the years to hit four first half points for the victors.  He would eventually finish the game with 0-7 to his name.  Stephen Corr was on target with three frees and Chris McCurry was also on target for Edendork as they eased out to a 0-11 to 1-2 half time lead.  In the second half those points from McGuckin, were backed up with scores from Conor Mallon, Harry Og Conlon and Donal Maneely.

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