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Div 3 Wrap Up In Association With Mc Girr Bros Quarries
All County League
Cookstown and Fintona remain joint top of the table and unbeaten following the latest round of league fixtures and wins over Drumragh and Castlederg respectively.
Fr Rocks 1-11
A tale of two penalties saw Cookstown maintain their unbeaten status a stay top of Division 3.
When Callan Kelly calmly converted his and sent the keeper the wrong way, Cookstown led by 4 after John Gilmore had been fouled with 9 minutes remaining. All the drama was saved for injury time after Drumragh had reduced the deficit to 2 when, in the 63rd minute, they were awarded a penalty.
Veteran goalkeeper Ruairi Cummings guessed the right way to produce a stunning save and seal the win for Fr Rocks. Drumragh had led by 2 early on, but 5 points in succession gave the home side the advantage, Cookstown led 7-6 at half time. Points were exchanged before Kelly’s penalty which had looked the clinching score before Cummings heroics saved the day.
Drumragh scorers: Tommy Murphy 0-4, Eoin Montgomery 0-4, Niall Mc Carney 0-2, Kian Murphy 0-1, Kevin Marron 0-1
Fintona hosted Castlederg on Friday night and ran out comfortable winners on a 2-16 to 1-2 win. The Pearses led by seven at the break with Jared Brogan, Liam Maguire, Cathal Gillespie, Pauric Kelly, Caolan Donnelly (2) and Aidan Donnelly all on target. Adam Traynor bagged a second half goal for the Derg while Paddy Porter and Ben Harper both hit points. However Fintona continued to dominate and run up scores. Tom Gavin shot over a first minute point which was quickly followed by a Conor Mc Gillion goal. Niall Murray and Caolan Donnelly added further points before Pauric Kelly pounced for his team’s second goal. Points from Mc Gillion, C Donnelly, Conor Mc Goldrick and Peter Mc Glinn secured the points and kept Fintona joint top of the table.
Brackaville claimed bragging rights over neighbours Brocagh at the weekend after a convincing 0-18 to 0-11 win. The Roes led by four at the break with their first half points coming from Ciaran Gervin (3), Dale Mc Sorley, Tiernan Ruddy, Ronan Mc Hugh and Daire Carberry. MickeyHughes top scored for the Emmetts with 0-4 while Paddy Canavan (2), Owen Canavan, Anthony Deehan, Conan Mc Donald, Aidan Dorman and Aaron Convery were among the points for Brocagh. In a convincing second half Dale Mc Sorley (5) top scored for Brackaville while Jason O’Neill, Tiernan Mc Glinchey, Daire Carberry and Gary Ferguson wrapped up the scoring for the winners.
Drumquin had four points to spare over Eskra winning on a score line of 1-15 to 1-11. A goal for the Tones from Sean Mc Donagh after two minutes proved to be the difference between the sides as Drumquin reached the break leading 1-6 to 0-5. Drumquin remained on top throughout the second half with Oisin Gormley, Finnan Patterson, Frankie Mc Alynn and Sean Mc Donagh leading the way. Eskra’s scorers on the day were Johnny Hackett, Joe Mc Carroll (5), Cathal Meegan (3), Ryan Gartland, Conor O Hagan and a late goal from Tommy Meegan.
Aghaloo recorded a 3-12 to 0-9 win over Derrytresk with three first half goals proving the difference in the game. Ollie Sherry, James O’Hara and Ruairi Mc Glone each hit the net while Jody Mc Glone top scored with 0-6. Once again Niall Gavin led the way in terms of scoring for Derrytresk with 0-5 while Liam Slater (2) and Pat Campbell (2) completed the scoring for the Hill men.
An understrength Errigal Thirds side found in form Glenelly too hot to handle in their midweek fixture as the North Tyrone side ran out convincing 2-9 to 0-7 winners. Nathan Mc Laughlin (1-1), and Cormac Mc Bride bagged the goals for the winners while Ronan O’Kane (2) and Eamon Mc Connell each fired over a brace of points. Daniel Blake hit six of Errigal’s seven points with their other score the result of a Darren Carson Mark.
The north Tyrone derby went the way of Urney who claimed their second win of the season following their defeat of CNG on a scoreline of 0-17 to 2-8. Jamie Mc Aleer was once more scorer in chief for the St Columba’s with 0-7 while Chris Bogle (3) and Kyle Henry (2) were also among the points for the border men. Ciaran Kerlin and Johnny Knox got the Clan goals while Shea Browne, Marc Henry, Ryan Tummon, Gareth Mc Dermott and Conor Harkin were all among the points.
Augher hosted Killyman on Monday evening and produced a very impressive team performance to run out 5-18 to 1-9 winners. Augher were without top scorer Darragh Kavanagh but still ran up an impressive scoring return. Finbarr Mc Elroy hit 2-2 for the winners while Liam Connolly (1-2), Aidan Mc Elroy (1-4) and Declan Connolly (1-0) were also among the goals. Killyman battled throughout with Ronan Mc Veigh converting a penalty and Enda Mc Gahan, Michael Donnelly and Ryan Mc Kenna each bagging a brace of points.