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CLUB| Minor League Round Up

Monday 04.04.2016
Team Talk Mag
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In grade 1A Derrylaughan remain unbeaten and they moved to the top of the table thanks to a 3-16 to 4-8 success at home to Killeeshil. Paul Donnelly [6], Tomas Carney [1-3], Oisin Gordon [1-1], James Donnelly [3], Cealon Corr, Cealon Hughes, Shane Crew and Aidan Gervin were the Kevin Barrys’ marksmen. Shea Skeffington, Liam Hughes, Louis Conlon and Jason Doyle got the Killeeshil goals with Niall Loughran, Pascal Donaghy and Tomas Hoy among the points for them.

Both sides have made it through to the quarter finals. Dungannon are also through to the quarter finals thanks to an emphatic win over neighbours Edendork. Conor McKee top scored for the Clarkes with an impressive 2-6 to his name, Davin Cummings came off the bench to score 1-3 with James Morgan, Rhyss Campbell, Dalaigh Jones and Oisin Cowan all finding the net as well. Brian McNulty, Ben Gormley and Ronan Boyle all played well in defence for the winners.

 

Ardboe secured local bragging rights when they edged past neighbours Moortown on a 4-5 to 2-9 scoreline with Cormac Morgan and Tiernach Teague among the goals for the Rossas.  Emmett McGuigan got both goals for the St.Malachys with James Devlin weighing in with half a dozen points and Tiarnan Corr and Shaun Conway also on target. The final quarter final spot in this section is between Ardboe and Galbally with them set to meet at Pearse Park this Friday evening.

 

Carrickmore made sure of top spot in section 1B and with it a home draw in the quarter finals after beating Omagh at home. Ruairi Slane [2-2], Paddy McElduff [3], Ciaran Cuddy [1-2], Joe Fox [2], James McGurk [1], Ciaran Daly [4], Dara Casey [2] and Tiernan Murray [1] were the St.Colmcilles scorers. There were good displays for the winners from Oran McKee and James McGurk in defence and Paddy McElduff and Ruairi Slane up front.

 

Dromore are joint second after a comprehensive win at home to Pomeroy. Johnny MacRory, Emmet McNabb and Caolan McCarron were the goal scorers for the St.Dympnas with Oran Sludden, Odhran Rafferty and Cahir Goodwin among the points on a day when they had good performances from Ryan McCusker, Tiarnan McDermott, Caolan Slevin and Nathan McCarron. Cappagh are joint second after beating Newtownstewart. Adam Edwards got the goal for the St.Eugenes with Tori Nicholas [2], Dominic Devine, Eoin Donnelly, Gary Duffy and Ciaran McSorley all supplying points for them.

 

Donaghmore and Kildress are still both top and second respectively in section 2A despite both of them suffering their first defeats of the campaign. The St.Patricks were well beaten away to a Clonoe side who can still qualify for the quarter finals. Ryan McCabe top scored for the O’Rahillys with 1-5 to his name, Joe Brady got their other goal with Ronan Corey [3], Shane Conlan [2] and Ryan O’Neill [3] all getting points. Tyler Devlin, James Taggart and Shea McGrath played well in defence for the winners as did Arian Devlin and Michael O’Neill in midfield.

 

The Wolfe Tones lost out by the minimum margin at home to a Stewartstown side who are joint third in the table. Shea Burke got 1-4 for the Harps with Peadar Lowe their other goal scorer and Daire Coyle, Conor Lowe, Gerard O’Neill and Kyran Robinson claiming points. Nathan McNally, Kyran Robinson and Cumhai O’Neill all put in good shifts for Stewartstown on the day. Matty McGuigan [6] and Pauric Lagan [5] done the majority of the scoring for Kildress with Tiernan and Darragh Loughran getting their names on the scoresheet as well.

 

Both Domhnaigh moved clear at the top of section 2B thanks to a narrow 1-9 to 0-10 win away to Strabane. S Devine got the only goal of the game for the Gortin/Glenelly select with A McConnell, C Brolly and Devine scoring points as well. Drumragh remain very much in the hunt for a quarter final berth after winning 2-11 to 2-10 away to Gael Naomh Padraig. Ciaran Donaghey got the Sarsfields first goal but they trailed by three points with normal time up. Full back James Broderick then scored an equalising goal before substitute Mal McManus proved to be the hero with a dramatic late winner.

 

In section 3A Derrytresk kept their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages alive with a narrow 1-13 to 3-6 victory over neighbours Brocagh while in section 3B Castlederg moved joint top thanks to a 1-12 to 1-8 success at home to Urney. That was Castlederg’s second derby win over the weekend having beaten Aghyaran 2-12 to 0-12 on Friday night. Chief scorers for the St.Eugenes over the weekend were Conor Harper, Darren Traynor, Adam Traynor, Shane Carlin and Mattie McMenamin.

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