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Caolan Gormley Massage Div 3 Wrap Up
Caolan Gormley Massage Division 3 Wrap Up
Augher picked up another league win defeating Donaghmore Thirds 4-15 to 1-6. Ciaran Treanor top scored with 3-1 for the winners while ace marksman Darragh Kavanagh hit 1-6. Declan Connolly clipped over a brace of points while Aiden Mc Elroy, Dara Donnelly, Ryan Mc Elroy, Rory Cassidy, Raymond Mc Elroy and Odhran Mc Ginn were all among the points. The Village side put up quite a battle to stay in the game with their scores coming from Josh Mc Hugh 1-2, Mark Nugent 0-2 and Pat Mc Aleer 0-1.
Stewartstown defeated Aghaloo in their top of the table clash on Sunday after a very competitive game that finished 2-22 to 1-19 in favour of the Harps. After a high scoring first half the visitors had established a six point lead on a score of 2-13 to 1-10. Dan Lowe hit 0-6 for the winners while Shea O’Neill (3), Shea Burke (3) and Macauley Quinn (4) led the line in point scoring. The Harps two goals came courtesy of Dylan Mc Elhatton and this result shortens the odds on Stewartstown making an immediate return to intermediate football. Aghaloo will be wondering how they kicked 1-19 and did not win but the six point gap at half time proved too much to close against a side as good as The Harps. Aghaloo scorers were Niall Mc Elroy 1-5, Tiernan Donnelly 0-7, Conor Mullen 0-2, Jody Mc Glone 0-2, James O’Hara 0-1, Stewart Douglas 0-1 and Niall Henderson 0-1.
Derrytresk got themselves back to winning ways as they got the better of neighbours and rivals Brocagh 2-3 to 0-8. After a low scoring first half Brocagh reached the break leading 0-4 to 0-2.with Mickey Hughes (3) and Justin Campbell (1) getting the first half points for the Emmetts. However in a tight game like this one goals are huge scores and Derrytresk got two in the second half that eventually decided the outcome of the game. Dominic Mc Grath won a penalty that was scored by Ryan Mc Gee and only a couple of minutes later Aidan Mc Caffrey got his team’s second goal which secured the win. Aaron Convery (1), Mickey Hughes (1), Michael Robinson (1) and Pat Canavan (1) were the men on target for Brocagh in the second half.
With Johnny Lafferty back in the side Urney are a much tougher nut to crack and so it proved again on Sunday as Urney saw off neighbours Castlederg on a score of 2-15 to 1-7. The former county player bagged 1-7 while teammate Ryan Henry clipped over 0-5. Danny Doherty got Urney’s second goal while Kyle Henry, Sean Maxwell, Danny Lynch and Rory Miller each hit a point for the winners. Castlederg are not having a great season and once again were well off the pace in terms of scoring. Ronan Devine (1-1), Adam Traynor (0-3), Aaron Mc Namee (0-1), Matty Mc Menamin (0-1) and Tommy Mc Menamin (0-1) did the scoring for the Derg,
Errigal Ciaran continued their fine run of form with a 6-9 to 0-8 win over Killyman. The Dunmoyle side ran up their biggest tally of the season but it took until the second half for them to really cut loose. The first half was close enough with Errigal reaching the break five points clear on a score line of 1-5 to 0-3 but five second half goals saw them pull away to another convincing win. Killyman battled throughout but found the quality and finishing power of Errigal too much to handle. Enda Mc Gahan (2), Ronan Mc Veigh, Cathal Mc Gahan, Ryan Mc Aliskey, Gary Hamill, Caolan Morgan and Owen O’Rourke were all on target for Killyman. Veteran Davy Harte hit 1-2 for Errigal while Ciaran Traynor (2-0), Aodhan Mc Cullagh (1-0) and Sean Mc Cann (2-0) were among the goals for the winners. The ever reliable Jody Farrell popped up with 0-3 while Pascal Donaghy, Michael Harte and Niall Mc Girr shared four points between them.
Glenelly hosted high flying Drumragh and after a competitive game the hosts ran out narrow winners on a scoreline of 0-12 to 0-11. Seamus Harkin was among the points as usual for Glenelly while Ronan O Kane, Rory Kennedy and Cathal O Neill bagged six points between them. Others to get among the points with one each were Cormac Mc Bride, Cormac Mc Keown, Martin Kirk and Eoghan Mc Connell. Glenelly opened the scoring but a good score from Drumragh’s Daniel O Neill levelled the game for the first and only time. Glenelly pulled ahead and although Drumragh came close to levelling the game late on Glenelly held out for a 0-12 to 0-11 win. O’Neill finished the game with 0-2 while Eoin Montgomery (0-3), Ronan Maguire (0-2), Shane Devine (0-2), Tommy Mullin and Patrick Colgan got their remaining scores.
Strabane Sigersons travelled to Brackaville on Sunday knowing that the possibility of league success was very much dependent on Aghaloo defeating Stewartstown. But they still had the small matter of ensuring they took the points home from Brackaville and after a very close first half things looked far from certain. Strabane led 1-7 to 1-6 at the break but restricting their opponents to only four points while adding 3-5 to their tally in the second half made a huge difference to their prospects. Dale Mc Sorley, Ronan Fox, Conor Stock, Shane Mc Intyre,, Cormac O Neill and Ryan Mc Elhatton were among the points for Brackaville while Ronan Mc Hugh got his team’s only goal. Strabane once again hit four goals with two from Haydn Mc Namee and one each from Oisin Kelly and Mark Mc Adams. Danny Mc Bride (0-4), Conal Crawford (0-3) and Mark Roarty (0-2) were among the scores for the north Tyrone side.
Oisin Gormley was back to his best on Sunday as he hit 1-7 to help Drumquin see off the challenge of CNG on a score line of 1-16 to 2-07. Sean Mc Donagh contributed 0-5 while Frankie Mc Alynn (3) and Pierce Mc Girr (1) were also on target. After a good start CNG opened up a 1-03 to 0-1 lead with the goal coming from Conor Kerlin and points from Danny Ball, Dan Houston and Gareth Mc Dermott. However Drumquin steadied the ship and with Gormley on fire they reached the break leading 1-8 to 1-4. CNG dominated the opening minutes of the second half with scores from David Conway and Gareth Mc Dermott but some profligate shooting and a missed penalty cost them dearly. Drumquin finished the game strongly and won comfortably in the end.
CNG Scorers: David Conway 1.01, Conor Kerlin 1.0, Danny Ball 0.03, Gareth McDermott 0.02
ACL Division 3 Results
Aghaloo 1-18 Stewartstown 2-22
Castlederg 1-7 Urney 2-15
Drumquin 1-16 Clann na nGael 2-7
Glenelly 0-12 Drumragh 0-11
Derrytresk 2-3 Brocagh 0-8
Brackaville 1-10 Strabane 4-12
Errigal Ciaran 6-9 Killyman 0-8
Augher 4-16 Donaghmore 1-6
Coalisland conc Fintona
ACL Division 3
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