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ACL Division 1 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 22.04.2018
Team Talk Mag
Club


ACL Division 1
Omagh 4-8 Coalisland 1-16
Pomeroy 0-14 Moy 2-8
Edendork 0-12 Errigal Ciaran 0-11
Clonoe 1-13 Donaghmore 1-8
Aghyaran 0-13 Derrylaughan 1-10
Dromore 2-9 Galbally 1-7
Killyclogher 1-9 Carrickmore 3-14
Trillick 1-8 Ardboe 1-3

 

Frank Burns kicked the last three points of the game as Pomeroy came from six behind to salvage a draw at home to Moy. Tom Loughran got both goals for the visitors with Harry Loughran and Sean Cavanagh among their points.

Darren McCurry kicked eight points with Harry Og Conlon getting a couple as well as Edendork inflicted a first defeat of the campaign on Errigal Ciaran.  Darren Canavan, Paudge McAnenly and Mark Kavanagh weighed in with 0-8 between them for the visitors.

Colm Doris got their goal with Connor McAliskey and Declan McClure among the points as Clonoe picked up a win at home to Donaghmore. Caolan Mulgrew got the visitors’ goal with Deasun Quinn and Dan Toner among their points.

Ronan McNamee scored half a dozen points including a late equaliser with Benny Gallen on target as well as Aghyaran rescued a share of the spoils at home to Derrylaughan. Liam Gervin got the goal for the Kevin Barrys with Fergal McAliskey and Ciaran Quinn among their points.

Ciaran McCoy and Tiernan Sludden got the Dromore goals with Ruairi and Niall Sludden among their points as they won at home to Galbally. Cormac Donnelly top scored for the Pearses including their goal with Mark Donnelly also getting his name on the score sheet.

Carrickmore were in superb form as they eased to victory away to neighbours Killyclogher. Caolan Daly and Mark Donnelly [2] got their goals with Martin Penrose landing eight points. Leo Meenan got the goal for the home side with Mark Bradley and PT Cunningham among their points.

The evening throw in saw Trillick maintain their ne hundred percent record with a win over Ardboe at Coney Park. Kyle Coney got the Rossas goal with Michael Lynn among their points. Lee Brennan top scored for the St.Macartans with a goal as well as a number of points with Liam Gray registering as well.

 

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