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Division One Wrap Up & League Table

Sunday 20.08.2017
Team Talk Mag
All County League


There were wins today for Edendork, Dromore, Omagh, Carrickmore and Coalisland in the early throw ins. The St.Malachys won at Urney to ensure their division one safety. Paul Donaghy kicked half a dozen points with Ciaran Hughes getting their goal. Ronan Lafferty got the Urney major with Chris Bogle top scoring for the hosts with four points.

Ruairi Sludden, Emmet McNabb and Sean McNabb all found the net as goals made the difference in Dromore’s local derby win over Trillick. Niall Gormley landed five points for the visitors with teenager James Garrity getting a couple as well.

Goals from Oisin McElroy and Ruairi Loughran in the last eight minutes helped Carrickmore to come from behind to win at Galbally. The Pearses led by four early on thanks to goals from Liam Rafferty and Declan Murphy but Barry Daly and Conor Gormley points helped the visitors lead at halftime. a second Murphy goal saw the lead change hands but the St.Colmcilles finished the stronger.

Conan Grugan got 1-3 and Conor O’Donnell 0-7 as Omagh secured a good win over Clonoe at Drumragh. Daryl Magee and Paul Coney had points for the O’Rahillys with PJ Lavery and Colm Doris getting their goals.

Coalisland booked their place in the semi finals thanks to a win at Greencastle, a result that relegates the home side. Stephen McNally top scored for the Fianna with 1-2 to his name with Paddy McNeice, Plunkett Kane and Niall Fox getting eight points between them.

Errigal Ciaran also qualified for  the league semi finals thanks to a win at Pomeroy. Davy Harte once again led the way in the scoring stakes for the Dunmoyle based men with Mark Kavanagh and Paudge McAnenly also among the points and Ronan McRory getting their goal. Mark Carson, Gavin Slane and Peter Teague were among the points for Greencastle.

Donaghmore won at Strabane for a result that means the Sigersons are confined to the relegation playoffs. Deasun Quinn’s goal separated the sides at the break, Warner Mullen, Ruairi Gormley, Shea Hamill and Tiarnan Drayne with points for their respective sides. Drayne bagged two goals in the second half with Niall McKenna also finding the net and while Marc Devine and Mullen had majors for the hosts it wasn’t enough.

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