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Busy Night In Under 16 Championship

Thursday 06.09.2012
Team Talk Mag
Club


There were several high scoring and very exciting games in tonight’s under 16 championship with Galbally and Errigal Ciaran making it through to the final of the grade one competition. Dungannon defeated Kildress by a single point in the grade two semi 0-15 to 0-14 while the two grade three semi finals saw high scoring games before Aghaloo and Gael Naomh Padraig made it through defeating Beragh and Tattyreagh respectively. Aghaloo won 6-7 to 5-9 while the Clogher Valley unit had a 7-15 to 4 13 win over the Tatts.
Galbally found themselves four down early on at Eglish as Coalisland began strongly with Gerard Woods and Sean Corr on target. Daniel Kerr, Conor Kelly and Ciaran Corrigan had Galbally points before a Patrick Quinn put them in front. Aided by a strong breeze the Fianna moved ahead with a goal and a couple of points from Shea Rankin to reach the break leading 1-6 to 1-4.
Galbally turned the wind to their advantage in the second half and restricted Coalisland to two points in that period while Ronan Nugent and Patrick Quinn bagged goals for their side. Enda Mc Garrity, Ciaran Corrigan and Conor Donnelly all added points for Galbally as they won convincingly on a score line of 3-16 to 1-8. They can now look forward to a tussle with an inform Errigal Ciaran unit who have hit eleven goals over the course of their last two games. The Dunmoyle lads saw off Omagh on a 6-6 to 0-18 score line at Loughmacrory. Eoin Kelly [2-0], Paudge McAnenly [1-3], Padraig McGirr [1-0], J Farrell [1-0], Padriaig O’Neill [1-0] and Niall Molloy [2] were their scorers on a night when they had good performances from N Kelly, O’Neill, C Corrigan and Simon Conroy.

Dungannon edged out Kildress in a cracking grade two semi final encounter at Pomeroy with Peter Coleman, Kyle Brown, Ciaran Fox, Ciaran Barker and Corin Kelly all playing well for the Clarkes. Enda McAleer notched nine points for the Wolfe Tones with Stephen Loughran [3] and Darragh Loughran [2] their other scorers on a night when they had good displays from Patrick O’Neill in goals, Enda McAleer and Aaron Loughran in midfield and Stephen Loughran up front. Their opponents in the final will be Moortown who got the better of Cookstown 1-12 to 2-5. Chris McGuigan and Tiernan Corr played well in defence for the St.Malachys as did Darragh McVey and James Devlin in attack.

The grade four championship final will be between Killeeshil and Aghyaran after they accounted for Naomh Padraig and Omagh respectively. Conall Monaghan, Caolan Devlin, Darragh Hamill, Naoise Martin and Liam Hughes were among the scorers for Killeeshill with Ryan Doyle, Pascal Donaghy, Marc Staunton and Glen Gallagher all playing well.

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