Killeeshil showed they are going to continue to be a team worth watching in Division Three following an eleven point win over Dregish. The game was well and truly over by half time as the home side led 1-8 to 0-2 at the break. Packie Mc Mullan, Gary Reilly and Shane Mallon landed points for Killeeshil while Daniel Mc Gurk scored his side’s goal before being injured and withdrawn at the break. After half time Kevin Hughes took over and ran the game from the middle of the field as the home side continued to dominate winning comfortably in the end.
Owen Roes continue to languish at the foot of the table following this very heavy home defeat at the hands of a sharp and well organised Brockagh side. The home side started well but the greater quality and better finishing from the Lough Shore lads ensured they reached the break ahead leading 0-11 to 1-2 at the short whistle. Ryan Mc Shane got the goal for Owen Roes while Cathal Donnelly, Paul O’Neill and Niall Mc Cluskey were among the first half point scorers for Brockagh. Although Owen Roes battled gamely in the second period, The Emmetts netted three times through Cathal Donnelly and Ciaran Campbell and eased to victory.
Drumragh and Glenelly fought out a very competitive 1-7 to 0-10 draw today with The Sarsfields just about doing enough to win a point following Martin Taggart’s equaliser late in the game. Drumragh’s goal came courtesy of a Tommy Murphy penalty but with Cathal Nicholas in imperious form, scoring nine of his side’s ten points, Glenelly might count themselves unlucky not to have got the win.
Castlederg will consider themselves most unfortunate not to have taken something from this game today. With Aidan Lynch, Mark Corry and Stefan Gallen in good form the Derg were well in it until Joe Mc Kee scored the only goal of the game for Derrytresk in the final quarter of the game. Mc Kee also notched four second half points in a fine individual display which ensured that The Hill Men’s long journey was a successful one. Final score Castlederg 0-11, Derrytresk 1-10.
Brackaville and Tattyreagh played out an exciting draw in their game this afternoon 0-14 to 2-8. The Tattyreagh hero was Sean Cartin who netted two goals for his team while Martin Girvan and Ciaran Currie were on target for Brackaville.