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Aghyaran Claim Under 14 League Title

Saturday 22.06.2024
Team Talk Mag
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Aghyaran and Stewartstown served up a thriller of a game in Saturday’s Grade Four league final played at the home of Killyclogher. It eventually took extra time to separate these two talented teams with the north Tyrone side just pulling away at the end to claim the title.

Although playing into the wind it was Stewartstown who struck first with a point from Conan Kelly. However the Aghyaran response was quick and effective. Four Charlie Byrne points, a fine Garbhan Anderson score and a lovely finish from the boot of Eoghan O’Neill helped the St Davogs reach the break leading 0-6 to 0-2 with the Harps second point coming from Daire Biggs.

Stewartstown played wind assisted in the second half and saw Jayden Bloomer, Patrick Coyle, Senan Coyle and James Hughes ask questions of their opponents. Jack Devlin opened the second half scoring and this was quickly followed by a point from the boot of James Hughes as the Stewartstown recovery began.

However Aghyaran captain Liam Connolly converted two frees to steady the Aghyaran nerves. a point apiece from Senna and Patrick Coyle left two in it midway through the second half. Player of the match Tiarnan Catterson drove through to point for Aghyaran before a brace of Stewartstown points levelled the game and took it to extra time.

Garbhann Anderson put Aghyaran ahead early in extra time but points from Kian Bleeks and Patrick Devlin saw the teams reach half time in extra time with Stewartstown narrowly ahead on a score line of 0-11 to 0-10.

The second period of extra time saw Aghyaran captain Liam Connolly, Tiarnan Catterson and Garbhan Anderson come to the fore with points from Connolly, Garbhann O’Donnell and Charlie Byrne putting them two clear. The win was secured in the final minute with a goal apiece from Anderson and Connolly to leave the final score Aghyaran 2-13, Stewartstown 0-11.

settled more quickly and with Charlie Burns in fine shooting form moved

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