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ACL Division 1 Wrap Up
R7 Results in association with Steelweld Fabrication LTD
Dromore 4-18 Moy 1-10
Killyclogher 2-9 Ardboe 2-15
Donaghmore 0-11 Loughmacrory 0-16
Dungannon 1-10 Clonoe 0-13
Edendork 0-14 Eglish 0-17
Coalisland 0-16 Derrylaughan 1-8
Galbally 1-8 Pomeroy 0-9
Omagh 1-13 Errigal Ciaran 0-13
Trillick 1-10 Carrickmore 0-13
Two first half goals from Ronan McNabb were followed by second half majors from McNabb and Ciaran McCoy as Dromore ended the unbeaten record of Moy. Colm Cavanagh got a late consolation goal for Moy with Ryan Coleman among their points.
Ardboe collected a welcome win away to Killyclogher. Kyle Coney kicked seven points for the Rossas with Cormac Morgan and Shay McGuigan getting their goals. Simon O’Neill got both goals for the hosts with Mark Hayes and Oisin McCann among their points.
Loughmacrory’s good early season form continued when they won at Donaghmore. Pauraic Meenagh, Cathair Gallagher and Nathan Kelly were among the points for the visitors with Conor Cush, Niall McKenna and Shane Mulgrew on target for the hosts.
It finished all square at O’Neill Park between Dungannon and Clonoe. Lorcan Mallon got the only goal of the game for the Clarkes with Patrick Quinn, Dailey Jones, Connor McAliskey and Ciaran Magee weighing in with points for their respective sides.
Eglish made it two wins in a row when they edged past Edendork. Luke Donnelly, Seamus Muldoon, Ethan Jordan and Michael McGleenan were among the points for the winners with Conor Mallon, Jake Ferguson and Ciaran Hughes responding for the St.Malachys.
Coalisland came out on top at Father Campbell Park against Derrylaughan. Tiernan Quinn, Sean Corr and Plunkett Kane got points for the Fianna with Tomas Carney getting the Kevin Barrys goal and Fergal McAliskey and Conor Hughes among their points.
A goal in the opening seconds at Pearse Park from Cormac Donnelly proved to be the decisive score as Galbally got their first victory of the campaign at the expense of neighbours Pomeroy. Daniel Kerr, Sean Murphy and Sean Wylie got the Pearses points with Ronan Lagan, Gavin Goodfellow and Hugh McNamee the scorers for the Plunketts.
A goal was also the key score at O’Neills Healy Park as Omagh saw off the challenge of Errigal Ciaran. Tom Donaghy was the scorer of it with Conor O’Donnell, Conan Grugan and Finbar Taggart supplying points. Mark Kavanagh top scored for the visitors with Darren Canavan and Peter McCartan also on target.
It was all square at Donnelly Park between Trillick and Carrickmore. Ryan Gray got an early goal for the St.Macartans with James Garrity hitting a number of points and Dan Donnelly also on target. Ciaran Daly, Daniel Fullerton and Conor Gormley were among the Carrickmore marksmen.