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Division Three Results and Reports

Sunday 10.08.2014
Team Talk Mag
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Owen Roes 3-9 Tattyreagh 0-6
Castlederg 1-5 Rock 2-13
Dregish 3-10 Drumragh 2-9
Aghaloo 6-5 Glenelly 2-8
Clogher 6-11 Killyman 2-5

 

Rock enjoyed a comfortable win over a disappointing Castlederg side on Saturday evening. Rock began the game well and a brace of first half goals from Eamon Ward helped put them 2-6 to 0-0 ahead at the break. Castlederg struggled to find scores in the opening half hour recording twelve wides in total during that period.

The Derg’s profligacy continued in the second half before Mark Corry eventually found the target and even though their fortunes improved after that Rock were not to be denied and ran out comfortable and deserved 2-15 to 1-5 winners. Conor Mc Creesh was in outstanding form for the winners scoring 0-9 while Aidan Mc Garrity [0-2] and Aidan Girvan [0-2] were also on target. Mark Corry [0-4], Paddy Lynch [1-0] and Sean Harper [0-1] were on target for a disappointed Derg side.

Dregish and Drumragh served up a high scoring game before the Pearse Ogs emerged winners on a 3-10 to 2-9 scoreline. The teams had been level several times during the opening half before the winners pushed for the line. Martin Timoney top scored with 2-6 for his team with Mark Catterson also hitting 1-1.

Owen Roes opened the scoring with a Cathal McShane free, with the same man firing over a second shortly after. The same player hit the net 23 minutes into the half to put the home side in control. A second goal followed shortly after when Lornie Crossan reacted as the ball came off the post to help Owen Roes reach the break 2-3 to 0-0 ahead.

The home side started the second half well and when Mc Shane finished a penalty to the net the game was effectively over as a contest. Tattyreagh did manage to get on the scoring board with scores from Adrian Harley and Eoin McGinn. A James Darcy free and a McGinn score for Tattyreagh were consolations, but the last word fell to the hosts as, with his first touch, sub Conor McCay and then McShane clipped over late on and Owen Roes finished up 3-10 to 0-6 winners..

 

 

 

 

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