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ACL Division 3 Results & Wrap Up
Tyrone ACL Division 3 Results
Castlederg 1-6 Aghaloo 4-11
Drumragh 5-28 Killyman 1-8
Fintona 1-19 Glenelly 2-11
Urney 1-9 Brackaville 0-14
Drumquin 0-16 Derrytresk 0-8
Coalisland 3rds 0-1 Brocagh 0-17
Stewartstown 1-18 Donaghmore 3rds 2-1
Stewartstown had six different scorers in their win over Donaghmore Thirds on Saturday. The Village side were much improved with 2-2. Their goals came from Conor Mc Ginn and James Mc Cann while defensively Anthony Fulton was the stand out player. However it is scores that win matches and Shea Burke’s 1-7 set the Harps on their way to another win and keeps them right up there at the top of the table. Macauley Quinn (4), Anton Coyle (3),Theo Lowe (2), Eoghan O’Donnell (1) and Sean Gallagher (1) completed their 1-18 0n the day.
Aghaloo made the long trip to Castlederg on Friday night and produced a superb team display to win comfortably 4-11 to 1-6. An early burst of goal scoring for the O’Neills put the Derg on the back foot and they never recovered from that. Cathal Logue (1-0), Adam Traynor (0-2), Paddy Lynch (0-2), Tommy Mc Menamin and Darren Traynor accounted for the Castlederg scores. Aghaloo led at the break 4-6 to 1-2 and never looked like losing. Niall Mc Elroy bagged 2-6 for the winners while James O’Hara and Gary O’Gorman both found the ent in the opening half. Conor Mullen, Jody Mc Glone, Patrick Kinder and Oliver Sherry were also among the points for Aghaloo.
Brocagh enjoyed a comprehensive 0-17 to 0-1 victory over neighbours Coalisland Thirds. The Emmetts led 7-1 at the break with Niall Mc Closkey, Michael Robinson and Mark Canavan sharing six first half points between them. Mc Closkey (4))and Robinson (3) led the charge after the break as Brocagh eased to a win.
Drumragh recorded their highest win of the season seeing off the challenge of Killyman 5-28 to 1-8. The Sarsfields were on top from early on with Tommy Murphy, Tommy Mullin, Malachy Mc Manus , Eoin Montgomery, Alex Mc Glinchey, Barry Kirwan, Aaron Montgomery and Michael Mullin getting first half points. There were also first half goals from Malachy Mc Manus, Tommy Mullin and Alex Mc Glinchey as the home side reached the short whistle leading 3-17 to 1-4. Cathal Mc Gahan bagged Killyman’s goal in the first half and was also responsible for three of his team’s eight points. Enda Mc Gahan (3), Sean Donnelly and Ronan Mc Veigh were among the points for Killyman. Drumragh continued to dominate after the break with points from Andy Colgan, Tommy Murphy, Johnny Browne, Malachy Mc Manus and Tommy Mullin while Tommy Murphy bagged a brace of goals for the winners.
Fintona and Glenelly served up a high scoring and entertaining game on Friday night before the Pearses pulled away to win 1-19 to 2-11. There was only a single point between them at the break with Fintona leading 1-8 to 1-7 but a five point scoring burst early in the second half gave them the platform to push on for the win.Seamus Harkin kicked seven points for Glenelly while Cormac Mc Keown (1-1), Cormac Mc Bride (1-0), Nathan Mc Laughlin, Garrett O’Neill and Ronan O’Kane were among the scores for the North Tyrone side. Cathal Starrs (1-4), Cormac Watson, Tommy Mc Grath (0-4), Aiden Donnelly (0-4), Conor Mc Golderick (0-5) and Marius Monaghan were among the scores for the winners.
Drumquin continued their fine run of form with a convincing home win over Derrytresk. Once again Oisin Gormley (8) and Sean Mc Donagh (4) top scored for the Tones while Paul Sheridan also chipped in with three of his team’s points. On a disappointing night for Derrytresk there were first half points from Niall Gavin, Caolan O’Donnell and Sean Slater while Niall Gavin added two second half points for the Hill Men to leave the final score 0-16 to 0-8 in favour of Drumquin.
Urney hosted Brackaville on Friday night but lost narrowly 1-9 to 0-12. Thomas Devlin got the Urney goal while Ryan Henry bagged five of his team’s nine points. Sean Mc Gowan, Stevie Lafferty, Danny Doherty and Danny Lynch completed the Urney scoring. Brackaville took a while to get going and were three points behind at the break trailing 0-7 to 0-4. Gary Ferguson, Ciaran Gervin and Ronan Mc Hugh were the men on target in the opening half. Dale Mc Sorley hit four points after the break while Rian Mc Hugh (3), Jason O’Neill and Ciaran Gervin each contributed scores to ensure the points went up the road to Brackaville.