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ACL Division 2 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 13.05.2018
Team Talk Mag
All County League


ACL Division 2
Aghaloo 0-10 Eglish 1-17
Strabane 2-7 Augher 1-7
Derrytresk 1-9 Kildress 1-11
Greencastle v Loughmacrory (Game Abandoned Due to Injury)
Tattyreagh 1-7 Gortin 0-10
Stewartstown 0-5 Cookstown 0-8
Urney 2-10 Moortown 3-14
Owen Roes 1-8 Dungannon 0-10

Eglish were the only side in the top six to win and as a result they are now four points clear. Seamus Muldoon got the only goal of the game as they recovered from a slow start with Mark Donnelly and Peter McCann among their points, Niall McElroy and Ruairi McGlone on target for Aghaloo.

Dylan Arnold and Danny McBride got the Strabane goals with Warner Mullen contributing a number of points as Strabane secured their first win of the season. Aidan McElroy and Aidan Cassidy were among the Augher marksmen with defender Gerard Wilson getting their goal.

Kildress won away from home when they had two points to spare over Derrytresk. Adam Connolly got the Wolfe Tones goal with Mattie McGuigan kicking five points. Once again Niall Gavin was the leading marksman for the home side with a number of points as well as the goal with Liam Slater also on target.

Dan McGloin was the Tattyreagh hero with an injury time goal to salvage a share of the spoils at home to Gortin. James Darcy, Sean Og McAleer and Ruairi Keenan were among the points for their respective sides on the day.

Scores from James McGahan and John Gilmore helped Cookstown secured a badly needed victory at Stewartstown, Dan Lowe and Gareth Devlin among the points for the Harps as they suffered only a second defeat of the campaign.

Tony Quinn and Conor Heron got 0-11 between them with Brian McLernon, Daniel Quinn and Tiernan Corr the goal scorers as Moortown won away at Urney, Stephen Lafferty and Daryl Maxwell with the goals for the St.Columbas.

Tony Devine got the goal and Conor O’Neill a few points as Owen Roes secured a fine win at home to a fancied Dungannon side, Lorcan Mallon and Ciaran Barker on target for the Clarkes.

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