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Division Three Wrap Up

Saturday 10.06.2017
Team Talk Mag
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Clan na nGael bounced back from last week’s defeat at Errigal to get the better of Dregish winning 1-10 to 0-7. An Aaron Devine goal helped them reach the break leading 1-6 to 0-3. Michael O’Neill slotted four points for the Clan while Damien Ball (3), Danny Ball (2) and Stephen O’Neill (1) accounted for their other scores. John Paul Mc Canny and David O’Reilly bagged a brace each for Dregish while Aidan O’Kane, Marty Bonner and Cathal Rodgers scored a point apiece.

Drumragh’s fine run of form continued with a convincing 1-14 to 2-6 win over Errigal Thirds at Clanabogan. The first half saw Errigal find the net twice as they reached the break 2-4 to 1-5 ahead. Michael Harte and Niall Molloy found the net for Errigal but a goal from Jude Campbell just before half time put the home side in a strong position. The Sarsfields produced a fine second half showing with points from James Colgan (2), Shane Cleary (5), Tommy Murphy (1) and Kevin Marron (1) to put them well clear. Errigal found scores hard to come by after the break as Drumragh restricted them to two points over the course of the second half.

Clogher and Beragh served up an entertaining draw on Friday night with the Eire Ogs hitting a late point from Martin Shortt to tie the game. Clogher had led 1-6 to 0-4 at the break with Sean Mc Caffrey getting their goal and Mark Mc Connell landing four first half points. Beragh improved considerably after the break and were full value for the draw. Oisin Donnelly top scored with 0-5 while Johnny Woods, Aaron Owens, Chris Devlin, Ryan O’Keefe, Jack Campbell and Tiernan Meenagh were also on target for the Red Knights. Final score: Clogher 1-9, Beragh 0-12.  

Derrytresk defeated neighbours Brocagh 2-9 to 0-8 with two first half goals from Liam Slater proving crucial to the final outcome. Slater finished the game with 2-4 while Micky Robinson bagged 0-3 for the Hillmen.  Conan Mc Donald and Mickey Hughes bagged two points apiece in the first half as Brocagh reached the break trailing 2-5 to 0-5. Hughes added another brace in the second half while Michael Carolan got his team’s other point. However Derrytresk were not to be denied and finished comfortable seven point winners.

Owen Roes continued their fine run of form with a comfortable 4-13 to 0-5 win over Drumquin. The North Tyrone lads reached the break leading 3-8 to 0-1 and looked in control throughout the game. Conor O’Neill (2-2), Michael Dooher (0-4), Ryan Mor Devine (1-1) and Ricki Devine accounted for most of their team’s scores on a day to forget for the Wolfe Tones. Despite scoring 1-16

Killeeshil came out on the wrong end of a high scoring match losing 4-13 to 1-16 against Brackaville on Friday night. The Owen Roes bagged three first half goals courtesy of Conor Stock, Gary Ferguson and Sean Mc Nally to put them in a strong position at the break leading 3-5 to 0-8 but still faced quite a challenge from the Hoops as both teams hit 1-8 apiece in an exciting second half.  Liam Hughes (1-6) top scored for the men in green and white with Ruairi O’Neill (0-6) and Shane Mallon (2) among the points. Dale Mc Sorley enjoyed an impressive second half for the winners hitting 1-3 as Brackaville eased to a comfortable win. 

Tattyreagh came back from 0-6 to 0-5 down at the break to defeat their derby rivals Fintona 2-11 to 1-8. Once again James Darcy top scored for the Tatts with 1-4 while second half sub Jarlath Mc Donagh made a huge contribution bagging 1-2 for the winners. Aaron Mc Carney landed four first half points for the Pearses with Pauric Kelly and Cathal Starrs also among the scores. Kelly found the net for his team early in the second half but Tattyreagh were not to be denied and their impressive second half secured the win and the points.

Newtownstewart defeated their North Tyrone rivals Glenelly by 0-8 to 0-5 in a low scoring but very competitive match. Newtown reached the break leading by four, 0-5 to 0-1 with Colm Hicks getting Glenelly’s solitary first half score. Seamus Harkin (2) and Ronan O’Kane added points in the second half but the St. Eugene’s did enough to keep their noses in front and won by three in the end. Aidan Mc Sorley accounted for half of the Newtownstewart scores while Ryan Mayse (0-3) and Piaras Mc Sorley (1) were also on target.

 

 

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