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D2 R5 Wrap Up In Association With Castle Paving Products

Saturday 24.06.2023
Team Talk Mag
All County League

R5 Results

Clogher 2-10 Pomeroy 0-13

Derrylaughan 0-9 Owen Roes 0-12

Strabane 1-7 Moy 1-16

Kildress 4-11 Tattyreagh 0-7

Naomh Eoghan 1-9 Beragh 0-15

Gortin 0-13 Rock 3-5

Killeeshil 2-11 Stewartstown 1-16



Clogher picked up a good win on Thursday night when they beat Pomeroy at home. Fergal McKenna bagged both goals for the Eire Ogs with Conor Shields, Marc McConnell, Ruairi McElroy and Ryan McCaughey supplying points. Hugh McNamee top scored for the Plunketts with Ryan Loughran, Brendan Burns and Ronan Duffin all on target as well.


Owen Roes make the long trek to the Loughshore to take on Derrylaughan and it proved to be a worthwhile journey as they came home with the two points in the bag. Niall McAleer, Tony Devine, Ronan McNulty and Ryan McShane were among their points as they came from behind at the break. Stephen McGrath, Tomas Carney and James Donnelly had points for the Kevin Barrys.


Moy were another side who won on their travels when they proved too strong for Strabane at Sigerson Park. Ryan Coleman was in fine scoring form for Moy with his haul including their goal with Sean Cavanagh, Eoin McGeary and Ryan McAlary all raising white flags as well. Oran McGrath kicked all bar one of the Sigersons points while Mark Roarty got their goal.


Kildress turned on the style at Gortacladdy to secure a comprehensive win over Tattyreagh. Their four goals all came in the first half courtesy of Caolan McNamee [2], Eoin Brannigan and Matty McGuigan on a night when Shea Murphy, Niall Connolly and Shea Quinn were on the scoresheet as well. Keelan McDonagh, Ronan Collins and Peadar Mullan all hit points for the visitors.


Beragh recovered from a poor start to take the spoils away to Naomh Eoghan. Ryan Mayse found the net inside the opening sixty seconds on a night when Tiernan Mayse, Kevin Gallagher and Piaras McSorley kicked points for Naomh Eoghan. Conor Owens was again the leading marksman for the Red Knights with Martin Rodgers, Oran Treacy and Jonathan Owens all on target as well.


Rock had the minimum to spare away to Gortin on a night when their ability to get goals proved to be the difference. Conor McGarrity, Aidan McGarrity and Thomas Mackle all found the net for the visitors while Liam Og Mossey, Eoghan McGarvey, Ruairi Keenan and Peter Keenan had points for Gortin.


Only a point separated the sides at Killeeshil as well with a late free from Conor Quinn giving Stewartstown the victory. The home side got off to the best possible start with early goals from Matthew McCusker and Mark Monaghan but they failed to build on that despite points from Packie McMullan and Daniel Rafferty. Dylan McElhatton got the goal for the Harps with Anton Coyle, Kyran Robinson, James Campbell and Quinn landing points.



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