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Division Three Round Up

Sunday 24.07.2011
Team Talk Mag
Club


While most of the county had their minds fixed firmly on Tyrone against Armagh the club footballers of Drumquin and Tattyreagh had two points at stake as they met in their division three fixture. Drumquin came out on top in a close fought game winning by two in the end 0-11 to 0-9. Frankie Mc Alynn top scored for his side with three points as the Tones led at the break by a single score 0-4 to 0-4. There was little between them throughout the game but with Ryan Mc Callion displaying all his experience late in the game and helped by late scores from Aidan Mc Canny and Packie O’Kane they deservedly edged the contest by two in the end

Niall Gavin was once again the star of the show as he hit 2-8 in Derrytresk’s comprehensive win over Owen Roes, 2-12 to 0-4 the final score line at “The Hill”. Niall McCloskey, Michael Hughes and Paul O’Neill got the Brocagh goals in their 3-12 to 1-8 success away to Fintona, Nesson McQuaid finding the net for the Pearses.

Beragh upset the odds when they travelled to Dunmoyle and beat Errigal Ciaran Thirds 0-11 to 0-8 with Martin Rodgers top scoring for the Red Knights with eight points, Michael Harte and Emmett Hackett among the points for the hosts. Clogher defeated Carrickmore Thirds 2-15 to 1-12 with Daire Kavanagh and Paddy McElroy getting the Eire Ogs goal with Mark Bogue landing a number of points. Aghaloo had to come from behind at halftime to see off the challenge of Drumragh on a 2-9 to 0-12 scoreline. Sean Douglas and Gerard McCaughey got the winners goals with Tommy Murphy and Paul Maguire sharing eight points between them for the Sarsfields.

Dungannon moved clear at the top of the division three table thanks to a 4-21 to 0-12 win over Dregish at O’Neill Park. Sean Molloy and Patrick Quinn featured among the points for the Clarkes with Sean Anthony Burns [2], Conan Morgan and Dominic Hand getting their goals. The games between Castlederg and Killeeshil and Brackaville v Glenelly were both postponed

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