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Castle Paving D2 Wrap Up
Pomeroy 0-9 Galbally 0-12
Clogher 0-13 Aghyaran 2-14
Owen Roes 0-8 Eglish 0-11
Kildress 1-17 Tattyreagh 3-10
Naomh Eoghan 0-16 Gortin 1-14
Eskra 1-8 Beragh 1-11
Killeeshil 0-10 Cookstown 0-10
Rock 0-16 Edendork 0-16
Galbally made the short trip to Plunkett Park to take on neighbours Pomeroy and they came away with both points. Conor Donaghy top scored for the Pearses with Enda McGarrity, Ronan Nugent and Mark Donnelly also on target with Ronan Duffin and Hugh McNamee featuring on the scoresheet for the hosts.
Two goals in a minute in the second half for Aghyaran proved to be key as they won away to Clogher. Pearse Goan and Dermot McHugh got the majors for the St.Davogs with Eoghan McHugh, Ethan McHugh and Goan all contributing points. Sean Bogue, Ryan McCaughey, Marc McConnell and Ciaran Bogue all raised white flags for the Eire Ogs.
Eglish also have maximum points from their two outings after a narrow victory at Owen Roes. Ethan Jordan, Luke Donnelly and Matthew McGleenan were all on target for an Eglish side who led by four points at the interval and stayed in front in the second period. Conall McCormick, Conor O’Neill and Gerard Devine all scored for the home side on the night.
A scrambled goal from Conor McAleer right at the end saw Kildress pip Tattyreagh in a closely fought encounter at Gortacladdy. Two Eoin Gormley goals and one from Gareth Mimnagh as well as points from James Darcy and Johnny Harkin had Tattyreagh in a winning position. Mattie McGuigan, Shea Quinn and Corey Holland all had points for the Wolfe Tones prior to that late winning goal.
A scoring burst at the start of the second half during which Odhran Brolly got the only goal of the game saw Gortin win by the minimum margin away to Naomh Eoghan. Eoghan McGarvey, Sean Og McAleer and Brian McGarvey were among the points for the visitors as well. Aidan McSorley once again led the way in the scoring stakes for the hosts with Tiarnan Mayse and Kevin Gallagher also on the mark.
Beragh made it two wins out of two when they edged the verdict at Eskra. An early Oisin Donnelly goal gave the Red Knights the perfect start but the Emmetts hit back with a major of their own from Joe McCarroll. Peter Hughes and Cormac Arkinson had points for the home side but Beragh had the edge thanks to scores from Aaron Owens, Conor Owens and Donnelly.
Stephen Gervin came to Edendork’s rescue at Rock with a late equaliser as both sides collected their first point of the campaign at the second time of asking. Conor McCreesh was in fine form for the home side with a number of points to his name and there were also scoring contributions from Rock from Aidan McGarrity and Shea Daly. Emmett Hughes, Stephen Corr and Gervin all weighed in with a trio of points each for the St.Malachys.