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D2 R5 Wrap Up In Association With Castle Paving

Saturday 29.06.2024
Team Talk Mag
All County League

D2 R5 Results

Moortown 1-17 Clogher 1-7

Stewartstown 6- 14 Drumragh 2-8

Rock 1-13 Gortin 0-20

Cookstown 1-11 Kildress 4-6

Moy 5-11 Fintona 1-9

Owen Roes 0-8 Derrylaughan 2-11

Greencastle 0-12 Aghyaran 1-12


Gortin are still top of the Division two table after a good win at Rock. Liam Og Mossey, Peter Keenan, Odhran Brolly, Ruairi Keenan and Sean Og McAleer contributed points for the winners while Peter Loughran got the only goal of the game for Rock as well as a few points with Liam Nugent, Shea Daly and Shane Murphy also on target for the hosts.

Moortown turned on the style in the second half to secure an emphatic victory at home to Clogher. The visitors had a Ciaran Shields goal as well as points from Ryan McCaughey and Sean Bogue to show for their first half efforts but they added just another score after the break.  Shea Lawn and Rian Smith hit 0-10 between them for the St.Malachys with Matty Conlon bagging a goal and Liam Lawn getting a brace of points as well.

Stewartstown secured an impressive win at home to newly promoted Drumragh. Macaulay Quinn , Shea O’Neill, Dan Lowe, Jude Lowe and Gerard O’Neill got the goals for the Harps with Shane Devine and Paddy Colgan getting the Sarsfields goals and Tommy and Kian Murphy featuring among their points.

Goals won the day for Kildress away to neighbours Cookstown. Philip Lennon and Caolan McNamee bagged a brace of goals each for the Wolfe Tones with Shea Murphy kicking a few points. Keegan Hampsey raised the Father Rocks’ green flag with Matthew Carberry, Michael McElhatton and Niall McMurray scoring points.

Moy returned to winning ways with a convincing win at home to Fintona. Michael Conroy and Ryan  Coleman notched 4-8 between them for the winners with Tommy Conlon their other goal scorer. Zach Devine got the Pearses goal with Aaron McCarney, Niall Murray and Aiden Donnelly among their points.

Derrylaughan were convincing winners away to Owen Roes. Tomas Carney top scored for the Kevin Barrys with his haul including a goal and a number of points with Brian Kennedy also finding the net and Liam Cushnahan also on target. Gerard McShane, Conall McCormack and Conor O’Neill had points for the home side.

Aghyaran were narrow winners away to Greencastle. Once again Ronan McHugh was their top scorer with Eoghan McHugh getting their goal and midfielder Ciaran McGlinchey a couple of points. Cahir McCullagh led the way in the scoring stakes for Greencastle with Chrissy Gillen and Sean Connelly also on the scoresheet.




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