Tyrone ACL Division 2 Aghaloo 0-14 Derrytresk 0-10 Pomeroy 1-11 Donaghmore 0-12 Moy 2-6 Dungannon 0-12 Loughmacory 2-9 Urney 0-6 Moortown 1-9 Eskra 2-4 Derrylaughan 1-11 Aghyaran 1-9 Brackaville 0-8 Gortin 1-11 Stewartstown v Cookstown Gortin secured two vital league points when they won 1-11 to 0-8 away to Brackaville on Saturday evening. Niall McGinn grabbed the only goal of the game with Gavin Treanor, Chris McClean, Peter Clarke and Ruairi Keenan contributing 0-9 between them. Martin Gervin had three points for the Roes with Dale McSorley getting a couple as well. Aghaloo played host to fellow strugglers Derrytresk and they collected a much needed win. Ruairi McGlone, Tiarnan Donnelly and Conor Mullen were on the scoresheet for the home side with Niall Gavin and Pat Campbell replying for the visitors. Tomas Carney scored a goal ten minutes from time as Derrylaughan accounted for Aghyaran. Aidan Connolly had found the net early in the first half for the St.Davogs on a day when Ronan McHugh, Liam Gervin and Ciaran Quinn supplied points for their respective teams. Brian McLernon top scored with 1-2 with Christopher McGuigan and Conan McLernon getting a brace of points each as Moortown made home advantage count against Eskra. Peter Hughes and Ryan Gartland were the goal scorers for the Emmetts. Loughmacrory are well in the picture at the business end of the table after a fine display at home to fellow challengers Urney. Johnny Lafferty hit four points for the St.Columbas but Cathal Donaghy went one better for the home side while Niall Donaghy and Niall Grimes got their goals. Moy scored two early goals from Harry Loughran but they still required a late point from Ryan Coleman to earn them a draw at home to neighbours Dungannon. Patrick Quinn and Keifer Morgan led the way in the scoring stakes for the Clarkes with Patrick Molloy getting a couple as well. Donaghmore looked set for victory at Plunkett Park until Pomeroy struck for a winning goal deep into injury time. Hugh McNamee and Ryan Loughran got 0-9 between them for the winners with the winning goal being a scrambled effort when John Loughran challenged keeper Simon Toner. Cormac McCann, Tiarnan Drayne and Richard Kelly had points for the visitors.
The evening throw in saw Stewartstown edge the verdict against neighbours Cookstown. Anton Coyle and an own goal from Gary McKenna were crucial scores for the Harps. Dylan Coyle got Cookstown’s goal with Christopher Eastwood among their points.