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Friday 24.05.2013
Team Talk Mag

Kildress continued their unbeaten run in the league away to Galbally with another solid team performance.
Galbally began the brighter of the two teams with a few well worked points but Kildress pulled themselves right back into the game when Donna Hagan got on the end of a fine move to finish to the net.
Galbally responded well converting a few good points but Kildress made the most of limited possession to score another goal and a point. Galbally hit the net themselves and added a further couple of points but with great kickouts from Kildress goalkeeper Charlene Quinn, Kildress worked the ball well up the pitch for a couple of points before half time. Half time score Kildress 3-3 Galbally 1-7.
Kildress got off to a good start in the 2nd half converting the first point of the half and followed that up with a couple of well worked goals. Galbally continued attacking but the Kildress defence were on top with Donna Hagan working hard to help out the defence. Up front Caoimhe McGurk moved well into space to convert two great goal chances. Galbally continued to work hard and create chances but were denied by several fine saves from Kildress goalkeeper Charlene Quinn. Galbally managed to convert a few point chances late in the game but it was not enough to deny Kildress another very well deserved win on a final score of Kildress 6-10 Galbally 1-12

Kildress Scorers: Caoimhe McGurk 2-2, Maeve Conway 2-1, Sarah Lennon 1-1, Donna Hagan 1-0, Alice McNally 0-3, Rachel Mc Kenna 0-2, Angela Monaghan 0-1

Kildress Team: Charleen Quinn, Donna Mullin, Sorcha McNamee, Cathy Connelly, Cara Loughran, Ailish McKenna, Sinead Daly, Stacy Rafferty, Sarah Lennon, Rachel McKenna, Caoimhe McGurk, Alice McNally, Donna Hagan, Maeve Conway, Angela Monaghan
Subs used: Mairead Rafferty, Marie Daly, Amy McAleer, Anna Lennon
Remaining Subs: Aedin McAleer, Roisin Heagney

Ladies JFL Drumragh 2.11 – 4.10 Cookstown

This game at Clanabogan some fine score-taking from both teams, with the visitors justifying their superior League position with a strong finish.
The Father Rocks led 3.4 – 1.6 at the break, as the Sarsfields were made rue several missed scoring chances.
Drumragh Scorers Catherine McCrory 1.4 Neamh Woods 1.2 Sinead McLaughlin 0.2 Clodagh Loughran 0.1 Leah Quinn 0.1

Ardboe bounced back from defeat against Strabane last time out to defeat a young Dromore side in their intermediate league clash at Ardboe. In a game that saw plenty of first half wides the sides reached the break level on a score line of Ardboe 3-1 Dromore 1-7. In the second half Ardboe came out fighting and their experience showed against a very young Dromore sideas they cruised to an 8 point win. Final score Ardboe 4-12 Dromore 3-7. Best on the night for Ardboe were Niamh Quinn and Carolyn Bell in defence, Sarah McConville and Hannah Quinn in midfield and Hannah Lydon and Maeve Wylie up front with Emma Smyth showing well for the opposition.

Ardboe Scorers: Hannah Lydon 3-4, Maeve Wylie 1-4, Kerrie Graham 0-2, Sarah McConville 0-1 Jennifer McGuigan 0-1.



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