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D2 R12 Results In Association With Castle Paving Products
Clonoe 5-18 Rock 0-6
Moy 2-9 Beragh 0-9
Killeeshil 0-13 Aghyaran 3-13
Gortin 0-10 Pomeroy 1-8
Derrylaughan 1-15 Tattyreagh 1-6
Clogher 1-16 Strabane 1-12
Owen Roes 0-17 Stewartstown 1-16
Naomh Eoghan 4-6 Kildress 1-11
Clonoe took another step towards an immediate return to senior football thanks to a comprehensive win at home to Rock. Connor McAliskey surely set some sort of modern day scoring record with an unbelievable 4-8 to his name with Daryl Magee getting their other major and Ronan Corey and Danny McNulty a couple of points each. Aidan McGarrity and Shane Murphy were on target for the well beaten visitors.
Beragh slipped up in their pursuit of the league title when they lost away to Moy. Ryan Coleman and Adam Donaghy got the Moy goals with Coleman and Colm Cavanagh featuring among the points. Conor Owens and Martin Rodgers posted all of the Red Knights total between them.
Ronan McHugh scored two goals and Tommy Dolan got the other major as Aghyaran won away to Killeeshil. Once again it was their leading scorer Tomas Hoy who was among the points for the hosts.
Eoghan McGarvey, Ruairi Keenan and Brian McGarvey were among the points for Gortin as they came up just short at home to a Pomeroy side whose goal came from Ronan Duffin with Kieran McGeary and Jude Campbell among their points.
Derrylaughan made home advantage count against Tattyreagh with Tomas Carney top scoring with his haul including their goal with James Donnelly, Ciaran Quinn and Stephen McGrath supplying points. James Darcy got all but two points of the visitors haul with Peadar Mullan and Niall Murray also on target.
Clogher made home advantage count against Strabane with Barry McKenna getting their goal and Ryan McCaughey, Marc McConnell and Conor Shields among their points. Oran McGrath weighed in with 1-7 for the Sigersons with Haydn McNamee also on target.
Stewartstown secured a fine win away to Owen Roes with James Campbell getting the only goal of the game. Anton Coyle, Macaulay Quinn, Ronan McNulty and Conall McCormack featured among the points for their respective sides.
Goals won the day for Naomh Eoghan at home to Kildress. Eoin Devine, Tiernan Mayse, Conor Langan and Dominic Devine all found the net for the winners with Caolan McNamee getting the Wolfe Tones major and Mattie McGuigan, Philip Lennon and Pauric Lagan featuring among their points.