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D1 R5 Results And Wrap Up

Saturday 27.04.2019
Team Talk Mag
All County League



Carrickmore 1-10 Killyclogher 2-8

Donaghmore 1-9 Coalisland 0-15

Dromore 0-9 Moy 0-6

Edendork 2-8 Dungannon 2-11

Eglish 3-3 Ardboe 0-13

Errigal Ciaran 4-11 Derrylaughan 0-7

Tattyreagh 0-13 Omagh 2-8

Trillick 1-12 Clonoe 0-7


Defending champions Errigal Ciaran remain top of the table after a  comfortable win over Derrylaughan at Dunmoyle. Cathal Corrigan, Peter Harte and a Darren Canavan brace were the goal scorers for the winners with Tomas Carney and Fergal McAliskey among the points for the Kevin Barrys.

County champions Coalisland are also unbeaten and in second place after a hard earned three point success at Donaghmore. Paddy McNeice, Tiernan Quinn and Plunkett Kane provided points for the Fianna with Deasun Quinn grabbing the only goal for the hosts as well as a few points with Niall McKenna also on target.

Killyclogher had the minimum to spare on their trip to neighbours Carrickmore. Conall McCann got both goals for the winners with Nathan Donnelly and Tiarnan McCann among their points. Mark Donnelly got the Carrickmore goal with Conor Gormley and Barry Daly landing points.

Dromore made home advantage count in a low scoring encounter with Moy. Niall Sludden, Ciaran McCoy, Emmet McNabb, Michael Conroy and Paddy Lavery all scored points for their respective sides.

Dungannon secured local bragging rights when a late rally saw them take the spoils away to neighbours Edendork. Darren McCurry and Niall Morgan scored 2-6 between them for the home side with James and Keifer Morgan the goal scorers for the Clarkes and Conor McKee getting late points for the winners.

Eglish came up just short in their quest to get their first league points of the campaign. Cormac Byrne, Emmet McKenna and Ethan Jordan got the goals for the home side but points from Kyle Coney, Ciaran Gervin and Michael Cassidy helped the Rossas edge the verdict.

Early goals from Connor O’Donnell and Ronan O’Neill proved crucial as Omagh just did enough to defeat neighbours Tattyreagh in their first ever meeting in senior football. James Darcy and Johnny Harkin were again to the fore in the scoring stakes for the Tatts but they just lost out.

Trillick were convincing winners over Clonoe at Donnelly Park. Niall Gormley grabbed the only goal of the game with Mattie Donnelly, Lee Brennan and Gormley among the points, Connor McAliskey top scoring for the O’Rahillys with Declan McClure getting a couple as well.






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