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ACL Division 2 Results & Wrap Up

Saturday 31.03.2018
Team Talk Mag
Club


Urney 1-13 Derrytresk 1-10
Strabane 1-10 Loughmacrory 0-13
Eglish 1-21 Dungannon 3-10
Moortown 3-9 Cookstown 3-9
Gortin 0-11 Augher 0-9
Kildress 0-15 Owen Roes 3-5
Tattyreagh 1-6 Greencastle 1-5
Stewartstown 2-9 Aghaloo 1-9

PJ McMenamin got the Urney goal with Chris Bogle and Plunkett Langan among their points as they beat Derrytresk at home. Not surprisingly Niall Gavin top scored for the visitors with a number of points as well as their goal with Mickey Robinson also on target..

A late Danny McBride free salvaged a draw for Strabane at home to Loughmacrory. Ruairi Gormley and McBride got the baulk of the Sigersons points between them with Tom McDermott their goal scorer. Cathair Gallagher and Pauraic Meenagh were on target for the visitors.

Eglish secured local bragging rights against neighbours Dungannon after a high scoring encounter. Matthew McGleenan got the home side’s goal as well as a number of points with Paul Mason, Seamus Muldoon and Conor McCann also on target.

John Gilmore scored a  Hattrick  as Cookstown and Moortown drew 3-9 each in a hard fought local derby, Shaun Conway, Ryan Kelly and Brian McLernon  with the goals for the Loughshore men.

Peter Keenan, Sean McAleer and Peter Clarke all provided points as Gortin upset the odds with a fully merited win at home to Augher. Darragh Kavanagh, Raymond McElroy and Liam Connolly had points for the St.Macartans on the day.

Kildress came from seven points down to beat Owen Roes at Gortacladdy. Seamus Dooher, Ronan McNulty and Conor O’Neill got the goals for the newly promoted visitors with Mattie McGuigan, Conor McAleer and Dessie Treacy providing points for the Wolfe Tones.

Tattyreagh celebrated their return to Intermediate football when edging past Greencastle in a low scoring clash. Peadar Mullan and Conor McGarvey got the goals for their respective sides with James Darcy and Paddy McElhatton among the points.

The late throw in saw Stewartstown get the better off Aghaloo at home. James Kelly and defender Stephen Talbot got the Harps goals with Tiernan Donnelly top scoring for the visitors including their major and Niall McElroy and Conor Mullen among their points.

 

 

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