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Saturday 06.07.2024
Team Talk Mag
All County League

D1 R6 Friday Night Results

Loughmacrory 0-11 Dromore 1-11

Clonoe 0-11 Pomeroy 0-11

Ardboe 1-13 Edendork 2-10

Dungannon 1-11 Trillick 0-10

Carrickmore 2-20 Coalisland 1-7

Eglish 0-10 Errigal Ciaran 2-16

Galbally 2-11 Donaghmore 0-14


An early converted penalty from Declan McNulty ultimately proved to be the difference between the two sides as Dromore took the spoils from their trip to Loughmacrory. Niall and Oran Sludden were also among the points for the St.Dympnas with Pauraic Meenagh, Ruairi McCullagh and Dara Curran on target for the St.Theresas.


It finished all square at O’Rahilly Park between Clonoe and Pomeroy. Danny McNulty, Connor McAliskey, James Taggart, Frank Burns, Jude Campbell and Kieran McGeary were among the points for their respective sides with the latter hitting a late equaliser for the Plunketts.


Ardboe picked up their first point of the campaign and it could well have been two but for a brilliant late equalising free from the boot of Niall Morgan. The visitors edged the first half thanks to a Fionn Devlin goal. Shay McGuigan and Shay Quinn had second half points for the Rossas with Cormac Devlin bagging their goal but a major from Neil Kilpatrick coupled with points from James Fearon and Morgan meant that it ended in a stalemate.


Dungannon made home advantage count at O’Neill Park to see off the challenge of Trillick. Conor McKee got the only goal of the game late on and he also kicked a few points with Paddy Quinn and Kevin Barker also on target for the Clarkes. Mattie Donnelly, Niall Donnelly and James Garrity all had points for the St.Macartans.


Carrickmore were in superb scoring form as they eased to victory at home to Coalisland. Sean Donnelly got the St.Colmcilles goal with Ciaran Daly, Danny Fullerton, Oisin McElroy and Lorcan McGarrity all claiming points. Plunkett Kane bagged the Fianna goal with Bailey Leonard and Tiernan Quinn tagging on points.


Eglish are now the only side in the top flight without a point to their name after they were beaten at home by Errigal Ciaran. Tommy and Ruairi Canavan got the goals for the visitors with Mark Kavanagh, Darragh Canavan and Odhran Robinson featuring among their points. Seamus Muldoon, Luke Donnelly and Turlough Muldoon all had points for the hosts.


Galbally remain unbeaten and top of the table after beating Donaghmore in a local derby. Two first half goals from Daniel Kerr sent the Pearses on their way to victory against a Donaghmore side that battled until the end. Conor Donaghy, Enda McGarrity and Joseph Corrigan were among the points for the winners with Lorcan Quinn, Conor Cush and Ronan Cassidy on target for Donaghmore.



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