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ACL Division 1 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 15.04.2018
Team Talk Mag
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ACL Division 1
Ardboe 1-11 Pomeroy 1-9
Omagh 0-18 Edendork 3-9
Coalisland 0-9 Errigal Ciaran 1-9
Carrickmore 1-13 Clonoe 1-9
Galbally 0-11 Aghyaran 0-12
Dromore 0-20 Derrylaughan 0-8
Killyclogher 1-10 Donaghmore 0-6

Shay McGuigan and Kyle Coney kicked 0-8 between them while Anthony Devlin got the goal as Ardboe beat Pomeroy. Frank Burns and Kieran McGeary got all but one of the Plunketts tally between them with Burns their goal scorer.

Ronan O’Neill top scored with 0-9 to his name including an equaliser deep into injury time to deny Edendork at Healy Park. Darren McCurry, Harry Og Conlon and Niall Morgan got the goals for the St.Malachys with Paul Donaghy among their points.

Ben McDonnell got the only goal of the game as Errigal Ciaran continued their good start to the season with a win at Coalisland. Cathair Quinn, Tiernan Quinn, Plunkett Kane, Darren Canavan and Peter Harte were among the points for their respective sides.

Carrickmore broke their points duck with a home win over Clonoe. Former Tyrone attacker Martin Penrose got their goal from the penalty spot with Barry Daly, Caolan Daly and Conall Travers among their points. Fintan McClure got the O’Rahillys goal with Connor McAliskey and PJ Lavery among their points.

Something had to give as Galbally and Aghyaran went head to head in a meeting between two sides with no points and it was the St.Davogs who had the minimum to spare at the final whistle. Sean Byrne, Ronan McNamee and Paddy McNulty were among the points for the winners with  Conor Donaghy, Liam Rafferty and Mark Donnelly replying for the Pearses.

A late Conall McCann goal put gloss on Killyclogher’s win at home to Donaghmore. Mark Bradley, Tiernan Cox, Niall McKenna and Peter McKenna provided points for their respective sides.

Dromore ended the unbeaten start of newly promoted Derrylaughan with a convincing win at Gardrum Park. The twin threat of Ruairi Sludden and Emmet McNabb were in fine form with 0-12 between them with Tomas Carney and Paddy Quinn on target for the Kevin Barrys.

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