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ACL Division 3 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 08.04.2018
Team Talk Mag
Club


Eskra 0-15 Brackaville  0-8
Glenelly 0-16 Clann na nGael 3-12
Drumquin 0-11 Clogher 2-11
Killeeshil 0-16 Castlederg 2-6
Fintona 2-19 Killyman 1-5
Brocagh 1-9 Rock 1-9
Dregish 0-13 Beragh 3-14
Newtownstewart 2-15 Errigal Ciaran 0-4

Eskra got back to winning ways after their loss to Clogher with Joe Mc Carroll and Peter Hughes hitting seven points between them as they saw off Brackaville. Conor O’Hagan and Johnny Hackett were also among the points for the winners.

Clogher made it two wins from two following victory over Drumquin on Sunday. Fergal Mc Kenna top scored for the Eire Ogs with 1-3 while Ryan Mc Caughey (0-4) and Jamie Callaghan (1-0) also got their names on the score sheet. On a disappointing day for the Wolfe Tones Cormac Rodgers (4) and Liam Patterson (6) accounted for all but one of their team’s points.

Brocagh had to rely on a last minute goal from James Mc Kiver to force a draw against Rock on Sunday. Once again Ciaran Donnelly led the line in scoring terms for the Emmetts with 0-6 while Mickey Hughes was also among the points. Liam Nugent hit six points for Rock while Mark Ward (1-0), Paudie Ward, Conor Ward and Enda Mc Williams (0-1 each) landed scores for their side.

Aidan Mc Sorley scored 1-2, Niall Mayes 0-4 and Ryan Mayes 0-5 as Newtownstewart eased to a seventeen point win over Errigal in the evening game.

Fintona got their season back on track with a very commanding display against Killyman. Aaron Mc Carney hit 1-12 in a man of the match display while Pauric Kelly scored his team’s second goal. Enda Mc Gahan did his best to lift his team mates hitting all but a single point of the Killyman total. However Fintona pulled away to ease to victory.

Killeeshil had veterans Gary Reilly and Shane Mallon back on the panel on Sunday and they helped them secure a second league win in a row with a hard fought win over Castlederg. Only two points separated the sides at the break with Pascal Donaghy in fine scoring form for Killeeshil and Stefan Gallen, Sean Meehan and Sean Harper carrying the threat for the Derg. Cormac Donaghy and Liam Hughes scored five points between them for the winners with Hughes producing a real man of the match display. Castlederg hit the net twice in the second half courtesy of Shane Quigley Carlin and Mark Corry but tired after they were reduced to fourteen men late in the game and Killeeshil made the most of the extra man.

They say goals win matches and so it proved for Beragh against Dregish on Sunday. Oisin Donnelly was outstanding for the winners with Martin Rodgers top scoring with 1-5 while Cathal Owens (1-1), Jack Campbell (0-4) and Matthew Mc Sorley (1-0) were all on target. Dregish made a real game of it though and David O’Reilly was scorer in chief on the day with seven points and Niall O’Kane landing two.

Glenelly and Clan na nGael served up a high scoring north Tyrone derby on Sunday before a Stephen O’Neill inspired CNG won out. The sides were tied at five points apiece twenty minutes in before a brace of goals put Clan na nGael ahead. Gareth Mc Dermott bagged three early points while he also set up Niall Kerlin and Brendan Conway for their goals. Glenelly were much improved after the break and were soon ahead. Seamus Harkin and Eamon Mc Connell found the net and it looked like the men in blue might hold out for the win. However with O’Neill leading the charge and Joe Ball finding his shooting boots late on CNG took the win.

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