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All County League
Moy 1-10 Owen Roes 2-6
Stewartstown 1-13 Rock 2-10
Aghyaran 3-13 Naomh Eoghan 0-11
Tattyreagh 4-4 Gortin 1-13
Pomeroy 0-8 Beragh 2-8
Derrylaughan 0-8 Clonoe 2-6
Killeeshil 1-17 Clogher 1-12
Kildress 1-17 Strabane 1-5
Moy had the minimum to spare over Owen Roes on Friday night with Ryan Coleman getting their goal and a few points with Philip Mallon also on target. Tony Devine and Conn Tinney got the Owen Roes goals and with the game level late on Jamie Coleman scored the winner.
It finished all square between Stewartstown and Rock on Saturday evening. Mark Ward and Danny McCloskey got the Rock goals with Aidan and Conor McGarrity among their points. Niall Dillon got the Harps goal with Theo Lowe, Anton Coyle among the points with Shea Burke scoring the equaliser.
Aghyaran proved too strong for Naomh Eoghan with Ronan McHugh again in breathtaking form with 3-7 to his name. Ethan McHugh and Barry McMenamin were also on target for the St.Davogs with Conor Langan, Kevin Gallagher and Ciaran McSorley among the Naomh Eoghan scorers.
It finished all square between Tattyreagh and Gortin. Eoghain Murray scored a hattrick of goals for the home side with Peadar Mullan also finding the net. Liam Og Mossey got Gortin’s goal with Ruairi Keenan, Odhran Brolly and Sean Og McAleer among their points.
Ronan Duffin, Hugh McNamee, Brendan Burns and Peter Rafferty were among the points for Pomeroy but it wasn’t enough at Plunkett Park as Beragh took the spoils with Conor Owens and Jack Campbell getting the goals for the Red Knights with Oran Treacy and Martin Rodgers among their points.
Clonoe came out on top in the Parish derby away to Derrylaughan to move within one point of the league title and an immediate return to senior football. James Taggart and Connor McAliskey got the goals for the O’Rahillys with the latter also among their points. James Donnelly, Tomas Carney and Brian Kennedy were among the points for the Kevin Barrys.
Killeeshil secured a crucial win at home to Clogher with Tomas Hoy and Cormac Donaghy among their marksmen. Cillian Barkey got the goal for the Eire Ogs with Ryan McCaughey and Marc McConnell among their points.
Kildress proved too strong for Strabane at Gortacladdy. Pauric Lagan got the goal for the Wolfe Tones with Philip Lennon and Mattie McGuigan weighing in with a dozen points between them. Haydn McNamee top scored for the Sigersons with all five of their points.