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ACL Division 1 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 08.04.2018
Team Talk Mag
Club


Pomeroy 0-7 Derrylaughan 0-12
Omagh 2-9 Carrickmore 0-12
Trillick 2-21 Galbally 0-8
Edendork 1-15 Clonoe 3-8
Ardboe 0-15 Aghyaran 0-11

Coalisland 0-8 Killyclogher 0-12

 

Derrylaughan picked up their first win since their return to senior football with a fine win at Pomeroy. Fergal McAliskey, Paddy Quinn, Ciaran Gervin and Ciaran Quinn had points for the winners with Kieran McGeary, Frank Burns and John  Loughran on target for the Plunketts.

Michael Flanagan and Hugh Gallagher got the goals with Ronan O’Neill and Conor Clarke hitting 0-5 between them as Omagh accounted for Carrickmore at Healy Park. Martin Penrose, Caolan Daly and Sean Loughran scored points for the St.Colmcilles.

Trillick experienced little difficulty in accounting for a disappointing Galbally side at Donnelly Park. County attacker Lee Brennan top scored for the hosts including one of their goals while Stephen O’Donnell got their other major and Proinsias O’Kane, Niall Donnelly and Richard Donnelly contributed points. Conor Donaghy top scored for the Pearses with three points with Paul Rafferty also on target.

PJ Lavery, Patrick Doris and Ryan T O’Neill got the Clonoe goals but it wasn’t enough to prevent them from losing narrowly at neighbours Edendork. Darren McCurry kicked 0-8 for the winners with Paul Donaghy weighing in with four points and Stephen Girvan getting their goal.

Shea McGuigan top scored with five points with Kyle Coney and David Mulgrew also on target as Ardboe won at home to Aghyaran. Benny Gallen had five points for the St.Davogs with County defender Ronan McNamee getting a brace for the visitors who are still waiting to break their duck since their return to senior ranks.

The evening throw in saw Killyclogher emerge 0-12 to 0-8 winners away to Coalisland. James Carlin, PT Cunningham, Tiernan Cox and Simon O’Neill were among the points for the winners with Brian Toner, Paddy McNeice and Peter Herron on target for the Fianna.

 

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