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ACL Division 2 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 29.04.2018
Team Talk Mag

Sun 29th April at 3:45pm
Derrytresk 1-12 Moortown 4-11 (TTM Photos)
Eglish 2-11 Gortin 1-10
Aghaloo 2-12 Owen Roes 1-10
Dungannon 2-13 Urney 4-9
Greencastle 1-7 Strabane 0-7
Tattyreagh 2-14 Stewartstown 4-11
Augher 3-13 Cookstown 3-11
Loughmacrory 2-15 Kildress 1-7

Moortown were in fine goal scoring form as Shaun Conway, Tony Quinn, Shea Kelly and Conor Heron all found the net on their visit to Derrytresk. Niall Gavin hit half a dozen points for the hosts with Conor Corr getting their goal.

Eglish maintained their one hundred percent record with a hard earned win over Gortin at Connolly Park. Seamus Muldoon and Conor McCann  had second half goals for the winners with Matthew McGleenan and Paraic Mallon weighing in with points. Shane Clarke got the Gortin goal with Peter Keenan and Sean Og McAleer claiming all but one of their points between them.

Goals from Niall McElroy and Paudie McGeary along with points from Conor Mullen and Tiernan Donnelly helped win the day for Aghaloo at home to Owen Roes. Cathal McShane got the goal for the visitors with Ronan McNulty and Conor O’Neill getting a brace of points each.

Urney sprung a surprise away to Dungannon with Ronan Lafferty scoring two goals and Sean McGowan and Jamie McAleer both finding the net as well. Lorcan Mallon and Paddy Quinn got the Clarkes’ goals with Quinn and Conor McKee hitting points as well.

A first half Ryan Gumley goal helped Greencastle edge past Strabane on home soil, Aaron Donnelly and Warner Mullen among the points for their respective sides on the day.

Gareth Devlin and Dan Lowe scored 4-9 between them as Stewartstown inflicted a first defeat of the campaign on newly promoted Tattyreagh. Robert Porter scored for the home side with James Darcy contributing 1-3.

Raymond McElroy, Eoin Keenan, Aidan Cassidy, Martin Murray and James McGahan (2) got the goals in a six goal thriller between Augher and Cookstown while Darragh Kavanagh and John Gilmore had points as the St.Macartans came out on top at Father Hackett Park.

Cathair Gallagher got both goals for Loughmacrory with Paraic Meenagh and Conall Grimes among the points as they defeated Kildress at home, Corey Holland with the Wolfe Tones’ major with Eoin Brannigan and Des Treacy among their points.



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