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Caolan Gormley Massage Division 3 Round 5
Aghaloo just keep on winning and this time around it was Donaghmore Thirds who were put to the sword. Stevie Donnelly’s side saw off the Village side 5-20 to 0-4. Sean Mc Caul. Bob Mc Keown, James Mc Cann and Conor Mc Ginn with the Donaghmore points. Aghaloo produced a very impressive first half and by the break were 4-10 to 0-2 ahead. Tiarnan Donnelly top scored with 2-8 while Niall Mc Elroy 1-4, Patryk Kinder 1-1, James O’Hara 1-0 and Jody Mc Glone were among the scorers for the winners.
Errigal Thirds and Urney played out an entertaining draw on Saturday afternoon with the game finishing 1-12 to 3-6. Jamie Mc Aleer top scored for Urney with 2-4 while Ben Gallagher (1-0) and Ryan Henry (0-2) were also on target. Jody Farrell scored the Errigal goal with Chris Kelly (0-2), Ben Mc Dermott (0-3), Davy Harte (0-3), DD Mc Dermott (0-2) Sean Mellon and Paul Traynor (0-1 apiece) getting their points.
Fintona defeated Drumquin 1-11 to 1-10 in a closely contested game. The Pearses looked impressive as they built up a 1-8 to 0-6 lead at the end of the first half. Conor Mc Gillion once again proved his worth to the team with hitting 1-3 in the first half and 0-2 in the second. Conor Mc Goldrick (1), Cathal Starrs (3), Odhran Hughes (1) and Peter Mc Glynn (1) were also on target for the Pearses. The Wolfe Tones will feel they could have taken something from the game but the clock just ran out on them. Frankie Mc Alynn bagged 0-3 as did Oisin Gormley while Cathan Colton hit a goal and Padraig Rodgers (2), Matthew Mc Dermott (1) and Pierce Mc Girr (1) were among the points.
Stewartstown made the short trip to Brackaville and took the points comfortably on a score line of 4-19 to 0-10. First half goals from Gerard O’Neill, Anton Coyle and Shea O’Neill gave them the perfect platform as they established a first half lead of 3-8 to 0-3. Conor Quinn hit the net in the second half for the Harps while Gareth Devlin hit three points for the winners. Eoghan O’Donnell, Macauley Quinn and Theo Lowe were also among the points in the second half.
Killyman were denied their first win of the year with a late goal from Derrytresk as the game ended level on a score line of Killyman 1-12 Derrytresk 3-6. The Hill men led 1-4 to 0-4 at the break but Killyman produced a very determined second half to secure their first point of the season. Enda Mc Gahan hit 0-7 for his team while Ronan Mc Veigh (3), Caoimhan Mc Gahan (1-0) Ryan Mc Kernan and Eamon Donnelly got their other scores.
Drumragh got the better of CNG in their league clash on Friday night with a fine first half display that saw them reach the break leading 1-6 to 0-2. The Sarsfields opened the scoring with an early goal from Daniel O’Neill as they dominated the opening thirty minutes. Shane Devine (3), Eoin Montgomery (3) and Tommy Murphy (2) were also among the points. CNG only managed to hit two first half points courtesy of Gareth Mc Dermott and David Conway. CNG began the second half with a goal from Aaron Devine and added points through Joe and Danny Ball, Gareth Mc Dermott and David Conway but they were unable to close the gap sufficiently and Drumragh took the points on a 1-11 to 1-6 score line.
Strabane and Augher served up a high scoring thriller at Sigerson Park before the home side took victory on a score line of 5-12 to 4-13. Once again we had some fine individual scoring returns with Daire Kavanagh top scoring for Augher with 3-7 while Oran Mc Grath bagged 1-9 for the home side. Warner Mullen and Conal Crawford both hit 2-0 while Ruairi Gormley (3) and Danny Mc Bride (2) accounted for the other Strabane points. Augher’s other scores came from Aidan Mc Elroy (1-1), Kieran Treanor (2) and a point each from Marty Mc Elhatton, Darragh Donnelly and Eoghan Keenan.
Brocagh made the long run to Castlederg and in spite of a spirited display ended up on the wrong side of a 0-9 to 0-7 result. Mickey Hughes hit five of the Brocagh points and after a hardworking first half they led at the break 0-4 to 0-2. The Emmetts remaining points came from Michael Carolyn and Niall Mc Closkey. The Derg’s first half points came courtesy of Tommy Mc Menamin and Paddy Lynch while Adam Traynor (4), Shane Carlin (2) and Brian Coyle got their team’s other scores in a much improved second half.