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D2 R2 Wrap Up In Association With Castle Paving

Saturday 01.06.2024
Team Talk Mag
All County League


D R2 Results

Greencastle 0-12 Stewartstown 0-10

Gortin 0-10 Kildress 0-10

Rock 1-12 Derrylaughan 2-10

Naomh Eoghan 1-8 Moy 1-12

Beragh 3-12 Fintona 0-10

Owen Roes 2-10 Clogher 1-11

Drumragh 0-9 Cookstown 1-5

Aghyaran 1-18 Moortown 1-14

 

Greencastle’s first outing of the campaign finished up in a win when they edged past Stewartstown at home. Sean Warnock top scored for the winners with seven points with Enda Clarke and John McGlinchey also on target while Gareth Devlin, Conor Quinn and Shea O’Neill had points for the Harps.

 

It finished all square between Gortin and Kildress with Shea Quinn hitting a late equaliser for the Wolfe Tones from a free. Quinn and Shea Murphy had seven points between the for the visitors with Liam Og Mossey and Cathal McCullagh among the points for the hosts.

 

Derrylaughan got their first points on the board when they won away to Rock. Tomas Carney top scored for the Kevin Barrys with his haul including a goal while Shane Scullion got their other major. Thomas Mackle got the Trock goal with Liam Nugent and Conor McGarrity weighing in with half a dozen points between them.

 

Moy made it two wins out of two with victory at Naomh Eoghan. Ryan Coleman got their goal as well as four points with Michael Conroy getting four as well. Tiernan Mayse, Eoin Devine and Kevin Gallagher were among the Naomh Eoghan marksmen.

 

Beragh collected their first points when they proved too strong for a Fintona side who were making their bow in Intermediate football for the first time in a number of years. Jonathan Woods, Craig McSweeney and Conor Owens got the goals for the Red Knights with Conor McGillion, Aaron McCarney and Cathal Gillespie providing points for the Pearses.

 

Owen Roes were narrow winners at home to Clogher. Ronan McNulty grabbed both of their goals with Conall McCormack and Conor O’Neill among their points. Ciaran Bogue was in fine form for the Eire Ogs scoring a goal as well as a number of points with Marc McConnell also on target.

 

Drumragh had the minimum to spare over Cookstown in a battle between two promoted sides. Eoin Montgomery, Tommy Murphy and Daniel O’Neill were among the points for the Sarsfields while Luke Neeson got the only goal of the game for Cookstown with Callan Kelly kicking a brace of points.

 

 

Its two out of two for Aghyaran after they made home advantage count against Moortown. Benny Gallagher got their goal while the returning Ronan McHugh finished their top scorer with Ronan McNamee also on the scoresheet. Shea Lawn was the leading scorer for Moortown with Ryan Kelly and Liam Lawn getting a few each as well.

 

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