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Castle Paving D2 R9 Wrap Up

Saturday 30.07.2022
Team Talk Mag
All County League

D2 R9 Results

Tattyreagh 1-9 Rock 1-9

Eskra 2-9 Clogher 1-13

Edendork 3-16 Naomh Eoghan 1-7

Aghyaran 1-8 Beragh 0-10

Kildress 1-8 Galbally 2-10

Owen Roes 1-10 Cookstown 0-3

Eglish 1-9 Gortin 3-5

Killeeshil 1-6 Pomeroy 3-16


A last gasp James Darcy score helped Tattyreagh gain their first point of the campaign at home to Rock on Thursday evening. Brendan Armstrong, Johnny Harkin and Darcy had earlier supplied points with Eoghan Murray grabbing their goal. Conor McCreesh top scored for Rock with Aidan McGarrity getting their goal and Conor McGarrity and Aaron Somers among their points.


Clogher made the trip to Eskra on Thursday evening for a crucial encounter and at the final whistle the Eire Ogs had the minimum to spare over their opponents. Marc McConnell got their goal from the penalty spot with points coming from Mattie Callaghan, Ryan McCaughey, Barry McKenna and Conor Shields. Johnny Hackett and Cormac Arkinson were the Eskra goal scorers with points coming from Peter Hughes, Cathal Meegan and McCarroll.


Galbally moved joint top of the Intermediate table thanks to a hard earned win at Kildress. The Wolfe Tones hit the front in the first half thanks to a Shea Murphy goal but the Pearses replied with a Barry Carberry goal and points from Conor Donaghy, Enda McGarrity and Ronan Nugent. Shea Quinn, Pauric Lagan and Philip Lennon had second half points for the hosts but a McGarrity goal helped keep a safe distance for the visitors.


Gortin are also joint top after ending the unbeaten record of previous leaders Eglish in dramatic circumstances at Connolly Park. Eglish started well with a Seamus Muldoon goal and points from Luke Donnelly but a Shane Clarke major reduced the deficit to the minimum at the break. Ciaran Brolly then put Gortin in front early in the second half with a goal but Eglish responded with five unanswered points through Seam Muldoon [2], Ethan Jordan [2] and Sean O’Callaghan. With time running out the hosts looked set for a narrow victory until Sean Og McAleer found the net and followed it up with a point.


Edendork’s good run of form continued with an emphatic win at home to Naomh Eoghan. Darren McCurry was outstanding with 0-11 to his name for the St.Malachys on a night when Harry Og Conlon, Daire Conway and Neil Kilpatrick got their goals. Aidan McSorley once again led the way in the scoring stakes for Naomh Eoghan with all but one of their points while Eamon McGovern got their goal.


Pomeroy are another side who are bang in form and they illustrated that again with a ten point success away to Killeeshil. Hugh McNamee got the Plunketts goal with Frank Burns, Kieran McGeary, Brendan Burns and Aidan McKenna all weighing in with points. Gary Reilly got the Killeeshil goal with Tomas Hoy and Jason Doyle hitting a trio of points each.


Aghyaran were narrow winners at home to Beragh. The only goal of the game came from a Benny Gallen penalty with Ethan McHugh, Ronan McNamee and Rodger Leonard supplying points for the St.Davogs with Conor Owens, Martin Rodgers and Ben McSorley on target for the Red Knights.


Owen Roes had a convincing win at home to Cookstown. Marty O’Neill got the goal for the winners with Niall McAleer, Ricki Devine, Conn Tinney and Seamus Dooher supplying points for them. It was a night to forget for the Father Rocks with John McIvor and Barry Potter their marksmen.






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