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Caolan Gormley Massage Division Three Wrap Up
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Drumragh will look back on Friday night’s game with Stewartstown with mixed emotions having led at one stage by nine points. However a superb Harps comeback left the Sarsfields holding on somewhat at the end before the teams finished. all square. Drumragh goals from Aaron Montgomery (1-4) and Daniel O’Neill (1-1) helped them establish a 2-5 to 0-5 lead at the break but a Dylan Mc Elhatton (1-3) inspired comeback in the second half earned the Harps a deserved draw. Macauley Quinn (4), Shea Burke (2) and Dan Lowe (3) were all on target for the Harps.
Donaghmore won the battle of the thirds on Saturday with a very convincing 3-17 to 0-7 win over Coalisland. James Mc Cann top scored for the Village side with 2-4 while Sean Mc Caul (1-1) got their third goal. Conor Mc Ginn hit four points while Matthew Ace (2), Mark Mc Goldrick (2), Paul Mc Feely, Chrissy Hughes and Mark Nugent were also on target. Nathan Crawford accounted for six of the Fianna points with Rory Nixon bagging their other minor.
Fintona maintained their fine run of form with a three point win over Castlederg. Paddy Lynch hit 1-3 in the first half but the Derg found scores hard to come by after the break. Adam Traynor, Darren Traynor, Tommy Mc Menamin and Daire Corry (2) hit five between them. Fintona battled throughout and scores from Cormac Watson (2), Tommy Mc Grath (4), Conor Mc Golderick (1-1), Cathal Starrs (3) and Peter Mc Glynn sealed the win for the Pearses.
Strabane Sigersons remain clear at the top of the table following the latest round of league fixtures. . In spite of the absence of top scorer Oran Mc Grath they dealt well with a potentially difficult clash with Drumquin to win 1-16 to 0-11. Warner Mullan (0-4), Gary Quigg (1-1), Conal Crawford (0-4) and Ruairi Gormley (0-3) carried most of the scoring threat for Sigersons. Drumquin points came from Oisin Gormley (4), Sean Mc Donagh (2), Paul Sheridan (2), Frankie Mc Alynn (1), Pierce Mc Girr (1) and Padraic Rodgers (1).
Aghaloo ran up another high score as they saw off the challenge of Derrytresk on a score line of 5-14 to 0-8 having led 2-7 to 0-4 at the break. Niall Mc Elroy who has been scoring for fun lately bagged 2-8 for the O’Neills while Conor Mullen, Jody Mc Glone and Gary O’Gorman also found the net. Padraig Mc Geary (2), Enda Mc Garrity, Patryk Kinder, Oliver sherry and Oisin Gildernew were all among the points for the winners as they keep the pressure on the sides above them.
Killyman picked up their first win of the season on Friday night when they got the better of Augher on a 1-11 to 2-7 scoreline. A first half goal from Gerard Hughes was the key score of the game allowing the winners to go in at the break leading 1-5 to 0-4. Second half goals from Darragh Kavanagh and Conor Mahoney plus points from Dara Donnelly, Aidan Mc Elroy and Eoghan Keenan seemed to have won it for Augher but Killyman dug deep and hit four unanswered points from Ronan Mc Veigh (2),Cathal Mc Gahan and Gary Hamill gave Killyman their first win of the season.
CNG entertained North Tyrone rivals Urney who had Johnny Lafferty back in the panel nut even the mercurial Johnny was not able to deny CNG the win. Gareth Mc Dermott led the line for CNG with 0-7 while Danny Ball (2) and two late David Conway points saw CNG over the line. Johnny Lafferty marked his return with 0-3 while Ryan Henry once more showed his value to his team with three points of his own.
Errigal thirds defeated Glenelly in their Saturday evening clash as the Dunmoyle men hit the net four times on the way to victory. Jody Farrell (1-0), Ben Mc Dermott (2-3), and Ciaran Traynor (1-0) got the Errigal goals while Conor Mc Aleer (2) and Davy Harte (2) were among the points for their team. On what was a very disappointing evening for Glenelly following some very impressive recent performances, Seamus Harkin hit 0-3 while Nathan Mc Laughlin (1-0), Aodhan Mc Connell (0-2), Eoghan Mc Connell (0-2) and Cormac Mc Keown (0-2) were among the points.