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Div 3 Wrap Up In Association With Mc Girr Bros Quarries
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Thursday night saw Eskra enjoy a comfortable 1-16 to 1-5 win over Donaghmore 3rds with Joe Mc Carroll and Cathal Meegan once again leading the line in scoring. The Emmetts reached the break leading 0-11 to 0-2 with other first half scores from Conor O’Hagan, Mickey Woods and Eoin Mc Caffrey and while the pace of play and scoring eased in the second half Neil Meegan plundered a last minute goal to give the score line a more reflective look.
The top f the table clash between Cookstown and Fintona turned out to be a low scoring affair with Michael Mc Elhatton’s superbly crafted goal just before half time making the difference as Cookstown held on for a 1-6 to 0-8 win. Callan Kelly top scored for the Fr Rocks with 0-3 while Matthew Carberry landed two points for his side. Cookstown led 1-3 to 0-2 at the break but Fintona may look back at this one as a missed opportunity considering the possession they enjoyed and the chances they did not take. Jared Brogan, Tommy Mc Grath. Cathal Gillespie, Peter Mc Glinn and Conor Mc Gillion were among the points for the Pearses.
Augher defeated Castlederg 1-14 to 2-9 with a Tiernan Mc Elroy goal late in the game for Augher the key score. The Derg led 2-3 to 0-8 at the break with their goals coming from Cian Harper and Dom Mc Goldrick. Raymond Mc Elroy (2), Darragh Kavanagh (4), Pascal Gormley (3) and Aidan Mc Elroy were among the points for Augher as they got back to winning ways. The Derg are continuing to improve but are still searching for their first win of the season. Darren Traynor hit 0-4 for them with Daire Corry (2) and Adam Traynor also among the points.
With Cookstown defeating Fintona in the top of the table clash, Aghaloo continued to put pressure on the teams ahead of them with an eleven point 2-17 to 2-6 win over Urney. After an impressive first half the O’Neills found themselves six points ahead leading 1-9 to 1-3 at the break with Patryk Kinder hitting their first half goal. Johnny Lafferty hit 1-4 for Urney with Sean Hughes getting their other goal. Aghaloo were never troubled with scores from Gary O’Gorman (5), Patryk Kinder (1-3), Niall Mc Elroy (0-3), Stewart Douglas (0-3), Miceal Muldoon, James O’Hara, Padraig Mc Geary and Conor Mullen.
A late Martin Taggart goal was the key score as Drumragh came from behind to pip Brocagh while a superb second half penalty save from goalkeeper James Colgan was also a key moment. Tommy Murphy and Malachy Mc Manus both bagged a brace of points for the winners were both on target while Kian Murphy, Daniel O’Neill and Alex Mc Glinchey were also among the scores. Brocagh were missing several key players but led at the break 0-5 to 0-3 and were two points to the good when Drumragh hit the net. Mickey Hughes (2), Niall Mc Closkey (2), Aidan Dorman, Justin Campbell and Michael Robinson
Drumquin maintained their push towards the top of the table when they saw off the challenge of Killyman with a 1-18 to 2-8 win. Once again Oisin Gormley (6) and Sean Mc Donagh (1-3) led the line in terms of the scoring. They were helped by Frankie Mc Alynn’s five points and a point apiece from Cathain Colton, Benny Gormley, Eoin Skelton and Finucane Glackin. Killyman battled hard throughout with Enda Mc Gahan hitting 1-4, Cathal Mc Gahan 0-2 and a point apiece from Shea Gates and Ryan Mc Kenna.