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ACL | Division 1 Results, Reports & Table

Sunday 30.08.2015
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Dungannon 5-13 Strabane 3-22
Moy 0-11 Errigal Ciaran 1-11
Killyclogher 4-10 Augher 1-6
Carrickmore 1-8 Omagh 1-10
Clonoe 0-8 Coalisland 0-12
Greencastle 1-10 Eglish 2-15
Dromore 2-19 Ardboe 0-9                                                                                                                           Trillick 3-16 Donaghmore 0-7

Eglish defeated Greencastle on Sunday afternoon with the win ensuring the men in black pull clear of immediate relegation worries. The visitors were full value for their win with both of their goals coming in the first half as they led 2-7 to 0-7 at the break. Peter McCann and Conor McCann found the net while Ciaran Colton, Emmett McKenna, Shane Coyle and Christopher Gillen got among the points for their respective sides.  Cathair McCullagh managed to bag a second half goal for Greencastle while Gillen and Coyle added points for the home team but Eglish were not to be denied. Full forward Peter McCann finished with a personal tally of 1-5 with McKenna, Colton and defender Conal McNulty also featuring on the score-sheet. All in all a great weekend for Eglish following on from Connor Mc Kenna’s impressive debut in the AFL.

Omagh left it late in Carrickmore but two injury time points from Conor Clarke and Conor O’Donnell secured both points from the St Enda’s side and moved them into second place in the league.  Just a point separated the sides at the break as Carrickmore led 1-5 to 1-4.  Martin Penrose hit a goal and two points in the opening thirty minutes as did Omagh’s Jason McAnulla.  Conor O’Donnell, Ronan O’Neill were the other Omagh point scorers while Mickey Donaghy, Gerry Carlin and Mark Donnelly had points for Carmen.  The second half was a war of attrition played at championship pace but Omagh despite Ronan O’Neill blasting a second half penalty wide had just a little to spare in the end.

Despite finishing with just 13 men Killyclogher were too strong for Augher who remain rooted to the bottom of the top flight this evening.  Leo Meenan and Conal McCann both finished the game with 1-2 apiece while Thomas Flanagan and James Carlin also shot points for the winners.  Martin McElhatton got the Augher goal while further points were added by Pat Trainer and Francis McMeel.

Moy are also deep in relegation trouble following a three point defeat to Errigal Ciaran this afternoon.  A goal five minutes after the break from full forward Bryan Horisk was the difference in the end.  Errigal Ciaran had point scorers in Paudge McAnenley, Caolan Tierney as well as Mark Kavanagh who finished the game with 0-3.  Sean Cavanagh top scored for the home side with 0-6 while midfielder Ryan Coleman had two points on the afternoon.

Coalisland repeated their championship win with victory of Clonoe away from home on Sunday.  They did that despite failing to convert a penalty although Mickey O’Neill stopped that with a tremendous save from Plunkett Kane.  The Fianne were 0-4 to 0-2 ahead by the quarter hour mark thanks to points from Paddy McNeice, Conor Bayne and Gerard Toner.  Clonoe were just a point adrift at the break thanks to points from Connor McAliskey and Aaron Elliot.  After the break scores from  Brian Toner, Paddy McNeice and Sean Corr eased the Coalisland men ahead and Clonoe had to settle for consolation points from McAliskey who finished with 0-6 and Martin Hughes.

Trillick enjoyed a facile victory over a very disappointing Donaghmore side that failed to register a score in the opening half of the evening game on Sunday.

The Reds reached the break leading 2-8 to no score following goals from Lee Brennan and Niall Gormley. Donaghmore did improve after the break with Niall Mc Kenna, Peter Mc Kenna, Mark Hetherington and Deasuin Quinn on target with points but Matty Donnelly’s fiftieth minute goal plus points from Daire Gallagher, Ritchie Donnelly and Brennan ensured Trillick took the points on a final score of 3-16 to 0-7.


ACL Div 1
Pos. Team P W L D F A Pts
1 An Droim Mór Naoimh Damhnait 12 11 1 0 224 108 22
2 Omagh St Enda’s 11 9 2 0 190 122 18
3 Carrickmore St Colmcille’s 12 8 3 1 206 150 17
4 Coill an Chlochair Naomh Mhuire 11 8 3 0 205 115 16
5 Clonoe O`Rahilly’s CLG 11 7 3 1 166 133 15
6 Coalisland Fianna GFC 11 7 4 0 159 126 14
7 Errigal Ciaran 11 6 3 2 159 138 14
8 Ardboe O’Donovan Rossa 11 6 4 1 161 149 13
9 Trí Leac C. Naoimh Mhic Artáin 11 6 5 0 161 134 12
10 Greencastle St Patrick’s 11 5 5 1 119 175 11
11 Strabane Sigersons 11 5 6 0 178 191 10
12 An Eaglais, Naoimh Pádraig 11 3 8 0 120 206 6
13 Domhnach Mór 11 1 9 1 129 185 3
14 Dungannon Thomas Clarke GAA 11 1 9 1 133 210 3
15 Moy Tír na nÓg 11 1 9 1 108 197 3
16 Augher St Macartan’s GFC 11 0 10 1 121 200 1


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