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ACL | Division 3 Results & Wrap Up

Sunday 26.06.2016
Team Talk Mag

Tyrone ACL Division 3
Castlederg 0-13 Rock 0-12
Killyman 0-8 Tattyreagh 0-12
Newtownstewart 0-14 Drumragh 0-12
Beragh 1-11 Brocagh 1-10
Dregish 0-14 Clann na nGael 1-9
Drumquin 1-11 Clogher 4-14
Fintona 0-11 Glenelly 1-6
Owen Roes 4-20 Errigal Ciaran 0-8

Clogher enjoyed a comfortable thirteen point victory over Drumquin winning on a score-line of 4-15 to 1-11. Fergal Mc Kenna was in fine goal scoring form bagging four goals for the winners while Mark Mc Connell, Michael Mc Caughey, Dermott Mc Caffrey, Ciaran Shields and Sean Mc Caffrey were among the points for the winners.

Dregish got back to winning ways with a two point win over Clann na nGael. Aidan O’Kane was once again scorer in chief with six points while Tony Quinn bagged three for the winners. A close first half saw the sides reach the break with the bare minimum between them as CNG led 1-3 to 0-5. Damien and Danny Ball hit 1-7 between them while Dominic Devine and Barry Mc Gill bagged a point apiece for the Clan.The second half remained nip and tuck but with O’Kane in good scoring form the home side did enough to seal the win and take the points.

Killyman’s recent good run of form came to an end on Sunday when they lost out by four to an impressive Tattyreagh side. First half scores from Enda Mc Gahan (4), Damien Mc Nulty and Jerome Mc Veigh sent Killyman in at the break leading 0-6 to 0-5. However the Tatts showed just why they are on top of the league in the second half as they restricted their opponents to just two points while adding seven of their own. Once again James Darcy top scored for his team with 0-4 and Johnny Harkin and Jarlath Mc Donagh scored six points between them while Chris Mc Carroll and Niall Keyes were also on target.

Newtownstewart got their first win in a while courtesy of their 0-14 to 0-12 victory over Drumragh on Sunday afternoon. Shane Cleary opened the scoring from a free for the Sarsfields but Newtown hit five in a row before Drumragh reeled them in with points from Kevin Marron, Martin Taggart, James Colgan, Tommy Mullin and Cleary again to leave the scores tied at the break. In spite of points from Marron, Cleary, Gareth Mc Grath and Paddy Colgan Drumragh found the going tougher in the second period when they were outscored eight to six as the St Eugene’s finally got their season up and running.

North Tyrone side Castlederg got the fright of their lives when Rock staged a second half comeback that saw them close the gap to a single point late in the game. However try as they might the visitors were unable to snatch a share of the spoils. The home side looked impressive early on and reached the break 0-9 to 0-3 ahead with Mark Corry (5) and Aidan Lynch (2) top scoring for their team. Castlederg extended their lead in the third quarter but the sending off of Aidan Lynch gave Rock hope and they almost made the home side pay. Late points from Sean Harper and Stefan Gallen were enough to seal the win and maintain the Derg’s push for promotion.

Beragh’s recent fine run of form continued on Sunday with a narrow win against a resolute and determined Brocagh side. Eddie Molloy hit 1-1 for the winners while Martin Rodgers bagged five of his team’s eleven points. The sides were level at 1-6 apiece at the break with Justin Campbell hitting 1-1 for Brocagh and Barry Donnelly, Mickey Hughes, Warren Kinsella and Eugene Ryan getting among the points. Beragh, with Jack Campbell, Johnny Woods and Niall Owens all playing well,  edged the scoring in a tight second half to win it 1-11 to 1-10.

Fintona got back to winning ways with a hard-fought but deserved 0-12 to 1-6 victory over Glenelly on saturday. As usual Glenelly had top scorer Seamus Harkin to thank for the majority of their scores with a 1-3 return while Colm Hicks, Shayne Devine and Seamus Bradley accounted for their team’s other scores. Despite still being without their talisman Aaron Mc Carney Fintona showed craft and guile to take the points. Tommy Mc Grath top scored with 0-5, Pauric Kelly landed 0-2 while veteran Mark Donnelly, Cathal Starrs, Eoin Mallon, Maurice Mc Cloughan and Eugene Mc Carroll also found the target in their team’s three point win.

Owen Roes continued their decent run of wins with a routine victory over an under strength Errigal Ciaran IIIs on Saturday past. Three goals in a two minute spell either side of half time provided the platform for their win. Early scores from Charles O’Doherty, Ryan Mc Shane and Ryan Devine gave Owen Roes the perfect start while a Eugene Mallon point opened Errigal’s account on the scoreboard. Even by that stage it was all too easy for The Roes with Tony Devine, Ryan Devine, Ryan McShane, Charles O’Doherty (0-2) and Seamus Dooher all scoring from open play. Nigel Loughran and Conor Quigley pulled points back for Errigal but goals from Charles O’Doherty and Ryan Mc Aleer ended the game as a contest. Half Time: Owen Roes 2-9 Erigal Ciaran IIIs 0-4
The home side hit their third major of the game straight from the throw in when Michael Dooher reacted quickest to flick to the net. Loughran and Peter Og McCartan clipped over for Errigal either side of a Ryan Devine point with the same player adding a free shortly after.
Both sides traded points as Owen Roes enjoyed a very comfortable second half that saw them finish with 4-20 but more importantly two valuable league points that will help keep them in the hunt at the top of the table. Owen Roes: Charles O’Doherty 1-3, Ryan McShane 0-5, Ryan Devine 0-4, Ryan Porter 1-1, Tony Devine 0-3, Ryan McAleer 1-0, Michael Dooher 1-0, Sean McBride 0-2, Seamus Dooher 0-1, Ronan McNulty 0-1.



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