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Division One Wrap Up

Sunday 08.07.2012
Team Talk Mag
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Omagh’s recent good run of form came to an end at Dunmoyle this evening when they lost narrowly to Errigal Ciaran. St Endas had dominated much of the first half with Jason Mc Anulla in super scoring form shooting 0-4 in the opening thirty minutes. Their other two first half scores coming from Paul and Barry Tierney while Ciaran Mc Ginley, Barry Horisk and Tommy Canavan were on target for the home side. Half time score Errigal Ciaran 0-3, Omagh St Endas 0-6.

Unfortunately for Omagh they lost their way somewhat after the break as Errigal came out and upped the pace. Horisk hit the net for the hosts and from then on they looked the side most likely to win. Omagh struggled for possession and scores and althoughCconor O’Donnell, Shane O’Neill, Paddy Doherty and Aaron Grugan got points Errigal held on to win 1-9 to 0-10

Donaghmore leapfrogged Derrylaughan following a comfortable 0-11 to 0-3 win at home today. Shane Mulgrew top scored for the home side with four points while second half sub Peter Mc Kenna also struck over two fine scores. Derrylaughan struggled to get scores and lacked penetration up front with three players getting a point each Martin Mc Stravog, Gerard Donaghy and Stephen Mc Grath.

Greencastle enjoyed a very comfortable 1-17 to 0-7 win over their neighbours and rivals Kildress at home today. Sean Teague’s side were very dominant in the opening half with Mark Carson, John Mc Cullagh and Enda Clarke prominent for the winners as they raced into a 0-13 to 0-00 lead at the break. The Wolfe Tones improved somewhat after the break but with Sean Warnock hitting 1-2 Greencastle deservedly won 1-17 to 0-07.

Killyclogher defeated Dromore by three 0-11 to 0-8 in a match that saw five sent off. Two straight reds in a very competitive first half where Leo Meenan was almost flawless for the winners. Dromore rallied in the second half with Colm Mc Cullagh, Paddy Montague and Sean Mc Donnell on target but points from Conall Mc Cann, James Carlin and Simon O’Neill saw Killyclogher safely home.

Eglish defeated Edendork 2-05 to 0-9 in a game where the home side came from being two points down ten minutes in to score two goals inside a couple of minutes from Peter Mc Cann and Gregory Jordan. These two scores proved vital as the men in black held on to win by two points in the end.

Ardboe will feel they could have had more out of their game against Coalisland as they approached half time leading 0-6 to 0-2 only to concede a goal on the stroke of half time via Plunkett Kane. Frank Mc Guigan, Matty Bell, Gavin Wylie and Mick Hagan were all on target for the home side. As so often happens goals prove crucial and so it was in this one as the Fianna produced a much improved second half to win it 1-11 to 0-10, Stephen Curran, Dermot Thornton and Tiarnan O’Hagan among their points.

Clonoe weren’t at their best but they still proved too strong for Moortown on a 0-11 to 1-5 score line with Conor McAliskey and Colm Doris providing points for them, Peter Devlin with the only goal of the game for the struggling visitors.

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