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ACL | Division 2 Results & Reports

Sunday 14.06.2015
Team Talk Mag
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Gormley2015This week’s league results are in association with Gormley Motors Vauxhall Dungannon and Omagh

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ACL Div 2

Aghyaran St.Davogs 0-15 Pomeroy Plunketts 0-15
Killeeshil St.Marys 0-10  Eskra Emmetts 0-13
Kildress Wolfe Tones 3-11 Moortown St.Malachys 1-12
Edendork St.Malachys 0-16 Gortin St.Patricks 1-9
Loughmacrory St.Theresas 1-14 Stewartstown Harps 2-11
Derrytresk Fir a Chnoic 2-7  Rock St.Patricks 1-10
Urney St.Columbas 2-12 Cookstown Father Rocks 0-16
Derrylaughan Kevin Barrys 0-15 Galbally Pearses 3-12

The game of the day in Intermediate football saw joint leaders Derrylaughan and Galbally go head to head at the Loughshore and it was the Pearses who came out on top on a 3-12 to 0-15 score line. The Kevin Barrys began well with points from Darragh Carney and Ciaran Quinn but the visitors replied with scores from Sean Murphy and Paul Rafferty. James Donnelly and Declan Murphy traded early second half points before a Daniel Kerr goal put Galbally in front. Murphy then got a second Galbally major and while Derrylaughan replied with points from Ciaran Gervin, James Donnelly and Tomas Carney a late Eamon McElroy goal sealed victory for the visitors.

Aghyaran and Pomeroy played out a high scoring and very entertaining draw on Sunday afternoon with the game finishing fifteen points apiece. Ronan Mc Hugh once again showed his worth to the border side with five points for his team while Aidan Connolly, Sean Byrne and Michael Anderson also found the target for the St Davogs.

Pomeroy led 0-9 to 0-8 at the break with Ciaran Mc Geary, Chris Colhoun and Hugh Mc Namee getting among the scorers. The Plunketts went toe to toe with the home side throughout the second half and a late point from Hugh Mc Namee ensured a share of the spoils for the visitors.

County men Darren Mc Curry and Niall Morgan bagged twelve points between them as their Edendork side defeated Gortin 0-16 to 1-9. Mc Curry top scored on the day with nine points as his side bounced back from the shock of conceding an early goal to Diarmaid Mc Nulty.  Harry Og Conlon, Brian Og Rourke, Sean Donnelly and Stevie Corr were all on target for the winners.

Derrytresk and Rock played out a 2-7 to 1-10 draw with most of the discussion following the game centred on the knee injury suffered by former county star Ciaran Gourley. The extent of the injury is unknown at this stage but like everyone there today we wish Ciaran a full and speedy recovery.

Rock began well with Conor Mc Creesh in his normal good form. He hit 0-6 for his team while Aidan Mc Garrity bagged 1-3 of their 1-10 total. Derrytresk showed their usual spirit to fight right to the end with their key scores, the two goals, coming from Joe Mc Kee and bustling full forward Ronan O’Neill.

Eskra defeated Killeeshil on Sunday afternoon on a final score of 0-13 to 0-10. The Emmetts were made battle all the way though and in fact found themselves 0-5 to 0-1 behind early on. Peter Hughes landed four first half points for the winners as Eskra reached the break leading 0-7 to 0-6. Killeeshil left feeling feel rather aggrieved on the day having had two very strong penalty claims turned down. Packie Mc Mullan (5), Ruairi O’Neill (2), John Mc Mullan, Aaron Mc Kenna and Conal Monaghan hit points for the St Marys but Eskra’s greater experience and quality in the forward line ensured they took the victory winnngi by three in the end. Cathal Mc Caffrey, Johnny Hackett and Joe Mc Carroll were among the points for the winners.

Kildress are one of three sides who are joint top of the division two table after beating Moortown at Gortacladdy. Martin Grimes, Des Tracey and Martin McGurk got the goals for the Wolfe Tones with Matthew Heagney, Damian Kelly and Frank McGurk contributing points. Martin McGuigan scored a late goal for the St.Malachys on a day when Ryan Kelly, Conor Herron and Brian McLernon got the majority of their points between them.

It was honours even between Loughmacrory and Stewartstown. Enda Ward got the St.Theresas goal with Niall Grimes, Paraic Meenagh and Shane Dobbs supplying points. Ronan O’Neill and Dan Lowe both found the net for the Harps with Macaulay Quinn and Ryan Devlin among their point scorers, the latter with a late equaliser.

Two goals from Chris Bogle proved crucial as Urney collected their first win of the campaign at the expense of Cookstown. Johnny Lafferty, Ronan Lafferty and Jamie McAleer had points as well for the St.Columbas with Christopher Eastwood landing eight for the Father Rocks and Raymond Mulgrew and Conor O’Hare getting a couple each as well.

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