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ACL Division 2 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 01.07.2018
Team Talk Mag
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ACL Division 2
Cookstown 0-7 Dungannon 1-8
Eglish 3-14 Derrytresk 0-6
Gortin 1-13 Urney 0-5
Kildress 1-7 Greencastle 3-12
Loughmacrory 2-12 Aghaloo 2-12
Moortown 0-12 Augher 1-11
Owen Roes 2-7 Tattyreagh 0-13
Strabane 1-11 Stewartstown 4-10

 

Dungannon secured a win over Cookstown at Paddy Cullen Park with Paddy Quinn getting the only goal of the game, Keifer Morgan, Quinn, James McGahan and Gary McKenna among the points for their respective sides.

Eglish remain out in front of the back thanks to a resounding win at home to bottom of the table Derrytresk. Greg Jordan, Seamus Muldoon and Cormac Byrne got their goals with Tiarnan McVeigh and Johnny Jordan among their points, Niall Gavin with half of the visitors’ total with Cathal O’Neill also on target.

Gortin remain well in contention as well after a comfortable victory over Urney. Sean McKenna fired in the only goal of the game with Sean Og McAleer, Chris McClean, Fergal McNulty and Keith Nelis providing points for their respective sides.

Greencastle gave their survival hopes a shot in the arm with a fine victory away to Kildress. Dan Tuohy, John McCullagh and Sean Warnock were their goal scorers with Sean Fox and Peter Teague among their points.  Eoin Brannigan got the Wolfe Tones’ major with Pauric Lagan and Philip Lennon contributing points.

Ruairi McGlone came to Aghaloo’s rescue with a late goal as they salvaged a hard earned point away to Loughmacrory. Ciaran Ward and Damian McAleer got the Loughmacrory goals with Paraic Meenagh and Colm Logue supplying points. Niall McElroy weighed in with 1-5 for the visitors with Tiarnan Donnelly kicking five points.

Darragh Kavanagh landed 0-9 and Martin McElhatton claimed the only goal of the game as Augher won at the Loughshore against Moortown. Shea Kelly, Conor Herron and Brian McLernon supplied points for the St.Malachys.

It finished all square between Owen Roes and Tattyreagh with Conor O’Neill and Ronan McNulty the goal scorers for the home side with Robert Porter, Brendan Armstrong, Johnny Harkin and James Darcy getting Tattyreagh’s total between them.

Goals proved the difference as Stewartstown emerged winners away to Strabane. Paul Dillon, Stephen Talbot, Mark Rooney and Dan Lowe got the Harps’ majors with Brian Breslin scoring the Sigersons goal and Dylan Arnold and Tom McDermott featuring among the points.

 

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