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Division One Wrap Up

Sunday 27.10.2019
Team Talk Mag
All County League



Donaghmore 2-12 Killyclogher 1-12

Omagh 4-15 Derrylaughan 4-12

Errigal Ciaran 0-19 Dungannon 4-13

Clonoe 5-17 Ardboe 0-7

Edendork 2-9 Eglish 0-16

Tattyreagh 0-8 Dromore 2-12

Trillick 2-10 Moy 2-10


Donaghmore and Killyclogher played their final game of the season last Tuesday evening with the St.Patricks winning by four points. Brannon Molloy and Aidan McCloskey got the goals for the winners with Tiarnan  Drayne and Cormac McCann scoring four points each. Mark Bradley top scored for Killyclogher with 0-7 with Nathan Donnelly also among the points and Niall McFadden getting their gaol.

Omagh edged out Derrylaughan at Healy Park in an eight goal thriller. Brian Kennedy [2], Ciaran Gervin and Tomas Carney found the net for the Kevin Barrys with Cathal McCarron, Tom Donaghy, Ciaran Lagan and Rory McBride the Omagh goal scorers.

Ryan Jones, Paddy Quinn, Dillon O’Hagan and Colm Corrigan got the Dungannon goals with Conor McKee kicking a number of points as Dungannon won away to Errigal Ciaran. Tommy Canavan, Joe Oguz, Mark Kavanagh and Odhran Robinson got points for the home side.

Fintan McClure scored two and Ryan T O’Neill, Connor McAliskey and Ryan McCabe all found the net as well as Clonoe closed of the regular season in style with an emphatic win at home to Ardboe, Kyle Coney top scoring for the Rossas.

Eglish made sure that they have home advantage in their relegation playoff with Edendork after beating the same opponents away from home. Seamus Muldoon landed half a dozen points with Ethan Jordan and Paul Mason also on target. Darren McCurry and Conor Mallon got the Edendork goals.

Dromore were comfortable winners away to Tattyreagh with Tiarnan Sludden and Colm O’Neill both finding the net and Ryan McCusker and Niall Sludden among their points. James Darcy and Collie Harkin were among the points for a Tattyreagh side who signed off from their debut season in the top flight.

Simon Garrity and Declan Conroy got two goals each for their respective sides as it finished ll square between Trillick and Moy, Sean Cavanagh, Ryan Coleman, Niall Gormley and Daniel McDonnell among the points as well.




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