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ACL Div 2 Wrap Up
Moortown 0-9 Killeeshil 1-9
Tattyreagh 1-7 Aghyaran 1-11
Strabane 0-8 Rock 0-16
Clogher 0-12 Owen Roes 1-12
Kildress 1-12 Beragh 1-11
Gortin 1-15 Stewartstown 0-11
Greencastle 1-18 Augher 1-10
Naomh Eoghan 2-14 Aghaloo 3-8
Killeeshil made the perfect start to Intermediate football and came away with both points following a three point win over Moortown. Pascal Donaghy top scored for the visitors with 0-5 over the hour and the St Mary’s men had points Michael O’Neill, Packie McMullan and Mark Monaghan. Daniel Millar was the goal scorer for Killeeshil. Moortown had seven scorers during the game. Peter Devlin top scorer with 0-3 with points from Ryan Kelly, Tony Quinn, Blaine Ryan, Michael Hagan, Con Heron and Thomas Doris.
A second half goal from Peter Kirk helped Owen Roes win at Clogher. Tony Devine and Conor O’Neill had points for the visitors with Ryan McCaughey, Barry McKenna and Marc McConnell among the points for the Eire Ogs.
Conor McAleer proved to be the Kildress hero with an injury time winning goal at home to Beragh. Mattie McSorley got Beragh’s goal from the penalty spot with Martin Rodgers top scoring for the Red Knights. Mattie McGuigan, Des Treacy and Conor Quinn all scored for the Wolfe Tones.
Gortin made a winning start with an impressive display at home to Stewartstown. Sean McKenna got the only goal of the game with Peter Keenan, Sean Og McAleer and Ciaran Brolly hitting Gortin points. Macaulay Quinn and Dan Lowe got the majority of the Harps scores between them.
Greencastle also made home advantage count against Augher. Mark Carson, Cathair McCullagh and Paddy McElhatton all had points for the winners with the latter also finding the net. Aidan McElroy and Martin McElhatton had points for the visitors with Darragh Kavanagh getting a late goal.
Two goals from Gary Mayse coupled with points from Ryan Mayse, Aidan McSorley and Kevin Gallagher saw Naomh Eoghan win at home to Aghaloo. Padraig McGeary and Tiarnan Donnelly (2) got the goals for Aghaloo but they just came up short.
Aghyaran came from behind to win at Tattyreagh. Johnny Connolly got their goal with Ronan McHugh, Paddy McNulty and Ciaran McGlinchey contributing points.
Rock’s trip to Strabane proved worthwhile as they secured a double scores victory. Liam Nugent led the way in the scoring stakes with Aidan McGarrity and Paudie Ward also on target.