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Division 2 Castle Paving Wrap Up R5
Division 2 Wrap Up In Association With Castle Paving
Owen Roes 1-8 Galbally 0-12
Eglish 1-8 Pomeroy 1-8
Gortin 1-17 Tattyreagh 1-12
Rock 1-13 Aghyaran 4-10
Kildress 2-12 Cookstown 0-13
Killeeshil 3-17 Eskra 1-12
Beragh 1-4 Naomh Eoghan 1-9
Galbally are the only side in Division two still with a perfect record but they were push to their limits away to Owen Roes. Mark Donnelly, Enda McGarrity, Sean Wylie and Barry Carberry were among the points for the Pearses with Michael Dooher top scoring for the hosts with his haul also including a goal while Cathal McShane and Niall McAleer had points.
Eglish dropped their first point of the campaign and it could well have been two after needing a late equaliser at home to Pomeroy. Thee home side looked to be in control as points from Dan Muldoon and Michael McGleenan as well as a Conor McKenna goal put them seven clear. The Plunketts hit back with points from Frank Burns, Ronan Duffin and Kieran McGeary as well as a Jude Campbell goal to lead before a late Matthew McGleenan equaliser.
Gortin are the third side in the division who have yet to taste defeat after having five points to spare at home to Tattyreagh. Sean Og McAleer kicked 0-8 with Sean McKenna getting their goal. James Darcy scored 1-5 for the visitors with Caolan McDonagh and Joe Cartin also on target.
Aghyaran turned things around in the second half to win away to Rock. Benny Gallen top scored for the St.Davogs with an impressive 2-6 to his name while Eoghan McHugh also found the net. Thomas Mackle got the Rock goal with Aidan McGarrity, Shea Daly and Conor McGarrity contributing nine points between them.
Two late goals from Shea Murphy and Mattie McGuigan helped Kildress to come from behind at home to beat neighbours Cookstown. Matthew Carberry, Niall McMurray and Ruairi Mullan all had points to put the visitors in a winning position on a night when Shea Quinn and Conor McAleer featured among the Wolfe Tones points.
Jason Doyle scored 3-1 and Thomas Hoy 0-7 as Killeeshil made home advantage count against Eskra. Conor O’Hagan got the visitors goal with Peter Hughes, Johnny Hackett and Joe McCarroll contributing points, Pascal Donaghy and Michael O’Neill with 0-6 between them for the St.Marys.
Naomh Eoghan secured a good win away to Beragh. Dominic Devine got an early goal for the winners on an evening when they had points from Eoin Devine, Michael Coreless and Niall Mayse. Conor Owens hit 1-2 for the Red Knights with Aaron Owens and Fiachra Donnelly their other marksmen on the night.