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Division 2 Wrap Up In Association With Steelweld
Owen Roes 2-8 Aghyaran 1-7
Augher 0-9 Aghaloo 0-10
Killeeshil 0-8 Stewartstown 3-8
Beragh 0-17 Moortown 1-12
Strabane 1-14 Kildress 1-10
Rock 1-10 Naomh Eoghan 0-13
Clogher 0-10 Greencastle 1-15
Tattyreagh 0-13 Gortin 2-14
Aghyaran experienced defeat for the first time this season when Owen Roes took the spoils on home soil. Conn Tinney and Ryan McShane got their majors with Benny Gallen the St.Davogs goal scorer and Dermot McHugh among their points.
Tiernan Donnelly got the winning point at Father Hackett Park as Aghaloo edged past neighbours Augher. Stuart Douglas and Niall McElroy also supplied points for the winners with Daire Kavanagh and Conor Hackett on target for the hosts.
Stewartstown collected their first points of the campaign when goals from Dan Lowe, Macaulay Quinn and Owen Coyle helped them to victory at Killeeshil, Pascal Donaghy and Packie McMullan with points for the home side.
Oisin Donnelly weighed in with an outstanding dozen points as Beragh accounted for Moortown. Jack Campbell was also on target for the Red Knights while Patrick Quinn got the Moortown goal with Tony Quinn and Michael Hagan among their points.
Strabane ended Kildress’s perfect start with a deserved win at Sigerson Park. Oran McGrath top scored for the winners including their goal with Warner Mullen and Mickey Logue also on target. Mattie McGuigan got the Wolfe Tones goal as well as a number of points with Enda McAleer featuring on the scoresheet as well.
Greencastle made it three wins out of three when they took the spoils from their trip to Clogher. Sean Og McCann got their goal with Mark Carson once again in fine point scoring form. Ciaran Bogue and Barry McKenna featured among the points for the Eire Ogs.
Rock were held at home by Naomh Eoghan as Aidan McSorley hit a late equaliser for the visitors. Aidan McGarrity top scored for the home side with a goal and a number of points while Shane Murphy and Damian Donnelly also had scores for their respective teams.
Gortin are another side going well and they collected another brace of points from their visit to Tattyreagh. Eoghan McGarvey got both of their goals with Ruairi Keenan weighing in with a number of points in his first appearance of the season. James Darcy and Johnny Harkin had points for the hosts.