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ACL Division 3 Wrap Up
Tyrone ACL Division 3 Results
Clann na nGael 2-11 v Aghaloo 1-19
Stewartstown 2-20 v Killyman 2-9
Urney 3-12 v Drumquin 1-15
Augher 1-15 v Glenelly 1-16
Strabane 2-12 v Brocagh 2-9
Fintona 2-18 v Brackaville 0-5
Drumragh W/O Castlederg
Glenelly defeated Augher 1-16 to 1-15 when they took the lead for the first time in the game with the last kick of the match. Augher had led throughout but the concession of a goal in Glenelly’s last attack will leave something of a mental scar for a while. Seamus Harkin hit 0-10 for the north Tyrone side while Rory Kennedy (1-0), Cormac Mc Bride (0-2) and Eoghan Mc Connell were all among the points. Darragh Kavanagh was once again to the fore for Augher hitting 0-9 while Ciaran Treanor got his team’s goal.
Niall Mc Elroy hit 0-7 to help his side defeat CNG 1-19 to 2-11 at Aughabrack after the visitors led at the break 0-9 to 1-4. Conor Mullin contributed 1-1 of his team’s tally while Niall Henderson and Stuart Douglas shared five points between them. Aghaloo began well but scores from Ryan Tummon and Gareth Mc Dermott and a goal from David Conway brought CNG back into the game. At half time Aghaloo led 0-9 to 1-4. A second half goal from Niall Kerlin put CNG ahead but Aghaloo finished strongly to win by five.
Stewartstown continued their winning run as they defeated a game Killyman side 2-20 to 2-9. Shea O’Neill (1- 2) and Gareth Devlin (1-2) both hit the net for the Harps while Dan Lowe (4), Cathal Devlin (0-2), Gerard O Neill (0-2) and Tiernan Rush (0-2) were among the points for Stewartstown. Killyman trailed 0-12 to 0-3 at the break but made a real go of it in the second half. Sean and Eamon Donnelly got their team’s goals while Enda Mc Gahan and Ronan Mc Veigh each bagged three points.
The Johnny Lafferty effect appears to be coming good at just the right time for Urney following their win over Drumquin this afternoon. Lafferty hit five of his team’s points while Ryan Henry contributed 1-5 and Jake Lafferty and Liam Langan got their team’s other goals. Oisin Gormley’s importance to Drumquin cannot be overstated as the forward contributed 1-7 of his team’s tally on Sunday. Sean Mc Donagh weighed in with 0-3 while Frankie Mc Alynn (2), Pierce Mc Girr (1), Caolan Gormley (1) and Christopher Brown were also on target for the Tones.
Fintona strengthened their grip on a top four finish with a comfortable 2-18 to 0-5 win over Brackaville on Sunday. The Pearses raced into a five point lead through Conor Mc Gillion, Cathal Starrs (2) and Aidan Donnelly (2). Brackaville then hit three in a row before Fintona hit another four points to reach the break leading 0-9 to 0-3 with the scores coming from Conor Mc Golderick, Tommy Mc Grath, Conor Mc Gillion and and a Mark Mc Glynn 45. There was to be no let up after the break as Fintona continued to pour forward. Second half goals from Conor Mc Gillion and Marius Monaghan helped secure the win for an impressive Fintona outfit. On a disappointing day for the Roes Ronan Mc Hugh, Tiernan Mc Glinchey, Dale Mc Sorley and Tiernan Ruddy (0-2) got themselves among the points.
Donaghmore and Derrytresk played out a competitive and high scoring draw on Saturday afternoon. Donaghmore opened the scoring with a goal before Niall Gavin, Ryan Magee and Odhran Hughes pointed to draw level. Donaghmore scored two first half goals to enable them to reach the break leading 2-3 to 0-5. The Donaghmore goals came from Mark Mc Goldrick and Sean Mc Caul while Mark Nugent (3) and Conor Mc Ginn were among the points. The second half was competitive and intense with both sides enjoying periods of supremacy. Donaghmore’s third goal put them four clear and in a good position to win but back came the Hill Men and a Pat Canavan goal left a point in it . The teams swapped scores and with time almost up and a point in it Derrytresk were awarded a penalty and the chance to win it. Unfortunately for them Ryan Mc Gee’s effort went over the bar to leave the game as a draw.
Brocagh made Strabane fight for the win as they recovered from a disappointing start to their game to push the Sigersons all the way to the end. Strabane led 2-8 to 0-4 at the break but Brocagh were much improved after the restart. Their first half points came from Aidan Dorman (2), Michael Carolan, and Justin Campbell. Campbell bagged a brace of second half goals for Brocagh while Mickey Hughes chipped in with three points of his side’s total. Strabane welcomed back Oran Mc Grath and the high scoring forward did not disappoint. Mc Grath scored 0-7 of his team’s total while Oran Mc Shane (1-1) and Haydn Mc Namee (1-0) scored the Sigersons goals.
Tyrone ACL Division 3 Table
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