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Castle Paving Division Two Wrap Up

Saturday 25.05.2024
Team Talk Mag
All County League


Division Two Round 1 Results

Stewartstown 2-11 Naomh Eoghan 1-15

Cookstown 0-9 Rock 2-16

Gortin 0-13 Owen Roes 1-9

Moy 5-15 Drumragh 0-10

Kildress 2-8 Beragh 0-6

Moortown 1-12 Derrylaughan 0-6

Clogher 0-10 Aghyaran 1-11

 

Naomh Eoghan made the trip to Stewartstown and returned home with the spoils thanks to a one point win. Ternan Mayse got the visitors goal with Eoin Devine, Conor Langan, Damian Coyle, Conal McConomy and Mayse featuring among their points. Shea and Gerard O’Neill both found the net for the Harps with Dan Lowe, Gareth Devlin and Shea Burke contributing points but their efforts just came up short.

 

Rock secured local bragging rights with a convincing win over neighbours Cookstown at Paddy Cullen Park. The visitors got off to the perfect start with an early Thomas Mackle goal and they never looked back. Peter Loughran scored a second goal early in the second half on a night when Liam Nugent kicked 0-9 with Conor McGarrity getting a couple as well. Matthew Carberry, Martin Murray, Michael McElhatton and Shea O’Driscoll had points for the Father Rocks.

 

Gortin score a late point to secure a narrow victory at home to Owen Roes. The hosts shaded the first half with Liam Og Mossey and Patrick McCullagh supplying points, Daire McGonigle and Conor O’Neill responding for the visitors. Mossey and Donal Daly helped stretch that advantage but a Niall McAleer goal then levelled matters before keeper Cathal McCullagh won it for Gortin.

 

Moy were in sparkling form at home as newly promoted Drumragh enjoyed a tough start to life back in Intermediate football. Ryan Coleman bagged a brace of goals with Eoin McGeary, Conor Mackle and Ryan Conroy finding the net as well for the winners while Michael Conroy landed seven points. Eoin Montgomery, Daniel O’Neill and Shane Devine had points for the Sarsfields.

 

Kildress produced a superb display at Gortacladdy to defeat a fancied Beragh side. Goals in each half from Caolan McNamee and Shea Murphy proved to be the pivotal scores, the latter finishing with 1-5 to his name on a night when Shea Quinn scored a few as well. Conor Owens, Fiachra Donnelly, Ben McSorley an Colm Corrigan all featured on the scoresheet for the Red Knights.

 

Moortown won the Loughshore derby with as bit to spare as they saw off the challenge of Derrylaughan. Shea Lawn scored the only goal of ther game for the St.Malachys and he was also among the points for the winners as was his brother Liam and Ryan Kelly. Tomac Carney, Shane Scullion and Conor Hughes all supplied points for the Kevin Barrys.

 

An early second half goal from Ethan McHugh proved to be the crucial score as Aghyaran began their campaign with a win over Clogher at St.Patricks Park. It was the Eire Ogs who shaded the opening period with Ciaran Bogue, Sean Bogue, Benny Gallen and Pearse Goan among the points for their respective sides. Ciaran McGlinchey, Gallen and Caolan McGinnity tagged on points for the St.Davogs after their goal with Ciaran Bogue, Cillian Barkey and Marc McConnell responding for Clogher. Aghyaran had keeper Niall Hilley to thank for two wonderful saves.

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