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ACL Division 2 Wrap Up

Sunday 18.08.2019
Team Talk Mag
All County League


Tyrone All County League Division 2
Gortin 1-9 Loughmacrory 1-8
Urney 0-12 Augher 0-12
Aghyaran 3-11 Beragh 1-13
Clogher 1-10 Cookstown 0-15
Galbally 3-22 Moortown 0-8
Greencastle 2-10 Owen Roes 1-10
Stewartstown 0-13 Pomeroy 0-16
Strabane 2-9 Newtownstewart 1-8

 

Loughmacrory suffered their first defeat of the season when they lost out to Gortin on a 1-9 to 1-8 scoreline. The visitors were the better side early on as Niall Donaghy, Cathaoir Gallagher and Paraic Meenagh all registered points. Sean Og McAleer got Gortin up and running and there was a fine score from Brian McGarvey but it was the St.Theresas who led 0-6 to 0-3 at halftime.  McAleer and Cathal Donaghy traded points on the restart before Ciaran Brolly got a Gortin goal.  Cathal Donaghy and Shane Clarke traded points before a Stephen Donaghy goal put Loughmacrory back in front. McGarvey and Brolly helped level matters before Clarke put the home side in front. The visitors were down to fourteen men at this stage but deep into injury time they were awarded a penalty. Gortin keeper Cathal McCullagh proved to be the hero though as he saved Meenagh’s spot kick.

Urney led by four points at halftime at home to Augher but still required an injury time score from Fergal McNulty to salvage a share of the spoils at home to Augher. Once again Johnny Lafferty led the way in the scoring stakes for the St.Columbas with Jamie McAleer also on target. Raymond McElroy, Darragh Kavanagh and Liam Connolly helped level matters before the latter put the St.Macartans in front but McNulty had the final say.

Aghyaran had a crucial win at home to Beragh when goals proved to be the key. Benny Gallen gave the St.Davogs the perfect start with an early goal and the Tyrone keeper got another first half major as did Brian Penrose.  Jack Campbell and Martin Rodgers were among the Red Knights scorers but efforts from Gallen, Ronan McNamee and Ethan McHugh after the break helped the hosts get over the line.

Cookstown collected two badly needed league points with a surprise but fully merited victory over high flying Clogher. James McGahan, Ruairi Mullan, Matthew Carberry and Ronan Donnelly were among the points for the Father Rocks with Marc McConnell, Ryan McCaughey and Ciaran Shields replying for the Eire Ogs while Fergal McKenna got the only goal of the game.

Galbally moved four points clear at the top of the table thanks to an emphatic win over Moortown. Liam Rafferty, Daniel Kerr and Darragh Traynor got the goals for the Pearses with Conor Donaghy landing a number of points and midfielder Ronan Nugent also on target. Peter Devlin top scored for the Loughshore men with Tony Quinn also on target.

Strabane secured a crucial win over neighbours Newtownstewart. Warner Mullen and Hayden McNamee got the Sigersons goal with Mullen and Brian Breslin among their points. Eoin Devine got the visitors major with Aidan McSorley and Brendan Boyle featuring among their points.

Greencastle made home advantage count against Owen Roes. Dan Tuohy and Mark Carson got the goals for the winners with the latter and Paddy McElhatton contributing points,  Cathal McShane top scored for the visitors with 1-7 with Ryan McAleer also on target.

Pomeroy had a hard earned win away to Stewartstown with Hugh Pat McGeary, Gavin Goodfellow, Ollie McCreesh and Lorcan Kilpatrick among the points for the Plunketts. Anton Coyle, Peter Armour and   Tiernan Rushe all weighed in with points for the Harps.

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