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D3 Wrap Up

Monday 27.07.2015
Team Talk Mag
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Castlederg are the only side in the County who are unbeaten in the league but they had to settle for a share of the spoils away to Brackaville in what was one of the games of the day in Junior football.  Mark Corry hit five points with Sean Harper and Bradley Devine also on target as it finished 0-9 each.  The Gervins accounted for all of the Roes scores with Martin getting seven and Ciaran and Paddy scoring one each.

Aghaloo moved joint top of the division three table but they had to pull out all the stops at home to an improving Drumragh side. Tommy Murphy landed nine points for the Sarsfields with Chris O’Doherty getting their goal as they led going into the closing stages. Conor Mullan then got an Aghaloo goal while Tiarnan Donnelly scored a point to take his personal haul to 1-3 as it finished 2-11 to 1-11.

Tattyreagh are just a point behind the joint leaders after beating Newtownstewart in what was one of the games of the day in Junior ranks.  Duncan Hydman and Colin Harkin  scored three each with Robert Porter, Johnny Harkin and James Darcy all getting a brace as it finished 0-14 to 2-6.  Brendan Boyle got 1-2 for the St.Eugenes, Aidan McSorley also found the net while Sean Gallagher got a couple of points.

Owen Roes bounced back from their championship exit by winning 0-7 to 0-6 away to Beragh. Brendan Boggs top scored for the visitors with four points with Ronan Parker getting a couple as well. Martin Rodgers got four for the Red Knights as well with Christopher Devlin and Niall Owens scoring one each.

Clogher followed up their championship win on Friday night by beating Fintona 2-11 to 2-6 at home on Sunday afternoon. Jamie Callaghan scored 1-4 for the Eire Ogs with Ciaran Shields their other goal scorer. Sonny McDonagh and substitute Mark Donnelly got the majors for the Pearses.

Killyman got the better of Drumquin 0-11 to 0-9 on home soil on a day when the Wolfe Tones missed two penalties. Enda McGahan, Mickey Donnelly and Ryan McKenna had points for the hosts with Eamon Teague hitting 0-4 for the visitors with James Winters and Brendan Gormley on target as well.

At the tenth time of asking Dregish broke their points duck when they drew 0-11 each at home to Brocagh. Tony Quinn was the star of the show for the hosts with eight points to his name with Stephen Breen weighing in with a couple as well. Mickey Hughes got half a dozen points for the Emmetts with Ciaran Donnelly and Justin Campbell adding a brace each as well.

 

 

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