ACL Division 3 Wrap Up in association with Caolan Gormley Massage
Stewartstown are certainly running into a bit of form. They started slowly against Glenelly and led by a single point at the break 0-6 to 0-5. However when the Harps found their rhythm they pulled away to win 2-16 to 0-10. Gareth Devlin top scored with 0-10 while Shea O’Neill and Dylan Mc Ilhatton both hit the net for the winners. Dan Lowe, Macauley Quinn and Connor Quinn were also among the scorers for the winners.
Aghaloo proved their worth once again with a hard fought win over an improving Drumquin side. There was the bare minimum between the sides at the break with Aghaloo leading 0-6 to 0-5. However the O’Neills hit the first six points of the second half to pull clear and James O’Hara’s goal with two minutes to go sealed the win. Niall Mc Elroy top scored with 0-6 while James O’Hara (1-1), Conor Mullen (0-3), Jason Mulgrew (0-2), Patryk Kinder (0-2), Jody Mc Glone, Eoin Ward and Tiernan Donnelly were all among the scores. Sean Mc Donagh hit five points for the Tones while Oisin Gormley (3), Mattie Mc Dermott (1-0), veteran Liam Patterson (1), Frankie Mc Alynn (1) and Barry Gormley (1) were on target for Drumquin.
Clan na nGael bagged a brace of early goals against Donaghmore to give them the perfect start to their game. David Conway and Niall Kerlin were the men who found the net for the north Tyrone side. Donaghmore came back into the game before half time and hit the first two scores of the second half. However CNG steadied the ship with four points in a row to move nine clear. Donaghmore landed two late goals courtesy of Sean Mc Caul while Dualta Mc Kee and Eoin Kavanagh were among the points but CNG ran out deserving winners. Gareth Mc Dermott (3), Danny Ball (3), Joe Ball, Danny Conwell and Shea Browne (5) contributed the remainder of the CNG points.
Errigal Thirds saw off the challenge of Derrytresk to edge the game 2-7 to 0-12 with an injury time free securing the win. Ben Mc Dermott and Darren Carson both hit 1-1 for the winners while the experienced Davy Harte contributed four points to his team’s total. Jody Farrell and Aidy Mc Cullough accounted for the other two Errigal points. Niall Gavin top scored for the Hill Men with seven points while Eoin Mc Nally, Aidan Gavin and Ryan Mc Gee were among the points.
Augher ran up another large score as they put Fianna Thirds to the sword. Ronan Coney got the Coalisland goal while Nathan Crawford clipped over a fine brace of points. Augher looked sharp from early and goals from Conor Mahoney, Darragh Kavanagh, Odhran Mc Ginn, Conor Hackett, Dara Donnelly, Eoghan Keenan and Ciaran Treanor were among the goals while Declan Connolly and Darragh Kavanagh hit ten points between them.
Castlederg were made to fight all the way against Killyman on Friday night before hitting 1-5 late in the game to take the win. The sides were tied at 0-3 apiece at half time but Killyman showed considerable resolve to pull clear leading 0-7 to 0-4 before losing out to that late Derg surge. Enda Mc Veigh (3), Ronan Mc Veigh (2), Christopher Mc Parland (1) and Ryan Mc Kenna (1) hit the Killyman scores while Paddy Lynch (4), Cian Harper 1-0, Paddy Porter , Brian Coyle, Bradley Devine, Daire Corry and Adam Traynor (0-1 each) got the scores that sealed the win for Castlederg.
Brocagh recorded their first win of the season beating Urney by two points. The Emmetts led at the break 0-4 to 0-1 with Micky Hughes (2), Ciaran Campbell and Justin Campbell on target. Urney were much improved after the break with Aidan Lynch bagging a goal and Sean Mc Gowan bringing his tally to six points. Mickey Hughes hit another five for Brocagh in the second half while Michael Robinson and Justin Campbell both added a point apiece to secure the win 0-11 to 1-6.
Strabane continued their fine run of form with victory over Fintona. Oran Mc Grath showed his worth once again with five points for the winners while Gary Quigg and Haydn Mc Namee both bagged a goal and a point apiece. Fintona will be disappointed not to have taken something from this game. Especially following a second half performance that saw them hold the Sigersons to two points. Peter Mc Glynn (0-6), Conor Mc Gillion (1-3), and Cathal Starrs (0-1) carried the scoring threat for the Pearses.