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All County League
D2 R7 Results
Naomh Eoghan 3-4 Clonoe 5-9
Clogher 0-11 Beragh 0-12
Owen Roes 1-8 Killeeshil 0-5
Stewartstown 1-11 Tattyreagh 1-4
Aghyaran 2-12 Moy 1-13
Kildress 0-11 Pomeroy 0-14
Strabane 0-11 Rock 0-12
Derrylaughan 3-12 Gortin 2-4
Clonoe made it seven wins out of seven with victory away to Naomh Eoghan. Danny McNulty hit a brace of goals with Connor McAliskey, Fintan McClure and Ronan Corey finding the net for the O’Rahillys as well. Tiernan Mayse, Davog McNamee and Piaras McSorley raised the green flags for Naomh Eoghan.
Beragh had to pull out all the stops to secure a narrow win away to Clogher to remain joint second in the table. Conor Owens, Martin Rodgers and Oisin Donnelly were among the points for the Red Knights with Ryan McCaughey, Conor Shields and Marc McConnell providing points for the Eire Ogs.
Owen Roes are joint second as well after a comfortable win at home to Killeeshil. Ronan McNulty top scored for the winners with 1-2 with Peter Kirk, Conor O’Neill and Ricki Devine also on target. Tomas Hoy, Conal Monaghan, Daniel Rafferty and Cormac Donaghy were the Killeeshil marksmen.
Stewartstown are moving along nicely as well and they picked up another brace of points at home to Tattyreagh. Theo Lowe bagged the goal for the Harps with Macaulay Quinn, Conor Quinn, Lowe and Eoghan O’Donnell all supplying points. Fergal Armstrong got the Tattyreagh goal with Eoghain Gormley, Keelan McDonagh, Peadar Mullan and Gareth Mimnagh getting points.
Aghyaran secured a crucial win at home to Moy for a result that keeps them joint third in the table. Benny Gallen and Paddy McNulty got the goals for the St.Davogs with Eoghan McHugh and Barry McMenamin featuring among their points. Declan Conroy got the Moy goal with Ryan Coleman, Sean Cavanagh and Eunan Deeney scoring 0-8 between them.
Pomeroy secured local bragging rights after winning away to neighbours Kildress. Hugh McNamee, Frank Burns, Hugh Cunningham and Kieran McGeary all featured on the scoresheet for the Plunketts with Mattie McGuigan, Johnny Connolly and Shea Quinn responding for the Wolfe Tones.
Rock had to pull out all the stops to win by the minimum margin away to Strabane. Conor McGarrity once again top scored for the winners with Thomas Mackle, Kevin Mallon and Corey McElduff on target as well. Oran McGrath weighed in with 0-8 for the Sigersons with Haydn McNamee and Ryan McGowan their other marksmen on the night.
Derrylaughan turned on the style at home to Gortin with Ciaran Gervin leading the way in the scoring stakes for the Kevin Barrys with a hattrick of goals. Tomas Carney contributed a number of points for the winners with Liam Cushnahan, Brian Kennedy and Joe Donnelly on target as well. Liam Og Mossey and Odhran Brolly got the Gortin goals with Peter Keenan and Patrick McCullagh among their points.