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Division Three Wrap Up

Sunday 11.08.2019
Team Talk Mag
All County League


Killeeshil recorded a high scoring 6-15 to 1-7 win over Killyman at the weekend. Tomás Hoy led the way in scoring terms hitting 3-4 of his team’s tally while Liam Hughes, Packie Mc Mullan and Rory Mc Cann also found the net. Pascal Donaghy landed four points for the winners with Daniel Miller and Conal Monaghan both hitting a brace. There was little between the sides at half time with Killeeshil leading 2-5 to 1-5 but the second half was a different story as the winners pulled away to win comfortably. Michael Donnelly top scored for Killyman with 1-4 while Brian Óg O’Rourke (1) and Eamon Donnelly (2) getting their remaining scores.

On Friday night Kildress travelled to Dunmoyle and found the home side more than competitive well into the second half before the Wolfe Tones pulled away to win comfortably 1-21 to 0-7. Kildress led at the break 1-7 to 0-4 with Eoin Brannigan getting his side’s goal and Philip Lagan, Mattie Mc Guigan (3), Colm Loughran and Callum Holland among the points. Michael Harte (2), Shane Donaghy and Barry Donnelly with the first half points for Errigal. Both sides traded points early in the second half before Kildress pulled away to win comfortably. Marty Mc Gurk (2), Paul Connolly (2) and Mattie Mc Guigan added points before veteran Des Treacy hit four fine scores and Adam Connolly rounded off the scoring with a brace of points.

Drumquin enjoyed a very comfortable win over neighbours Dregish with the victory built on an impressive first half display which saw them reach the break leading 2-7 to 0-3. Goals from Stephen Gormley and Danny Poyntz helped settle Drumquin and with Sean Mc Donagh in fine form they eased to a 3-14 to 0-9 win. Cormac Rodgers also hit the net for the winners while Frank Mc Alynn, Mattie Mc Dermott and Ryan Mc Callion were among the points. Aidan O’Kane top scored with six for Dregish with David O’Reilly, Marty Bonner and Pete Mc Crossan on target.

Derrytresk ended Aghaloo’s fine unbeaten run with a hard fought 3-11 to 1-14 win on Saturday. Niall Gavin led the way for the Hill Men with 1-8 while Niall Marshall and Liam Slater also found the net for the winners. Aghaloo started well and were seven clear before Derrytresk opened their account but they dominated play after that and by half time they were 2-5 to 0-9 ahead. Tiernan Donnelly hit his team’s goal from a penalty and along with Ruairi Mc Glone, Jody Mc Glone and Padraig Mc Geary was among the points.

CNG and Castlederg served up a feast of football on Saturday afternoon with the sides level at the break and the lead changing several times in the second half before the Derg emerged 2-20 to 2-17 winners. Gareth Mc Dermott top scored for the Clan with 0-9 while Danny Ball (1-3), Eoin Dooher (1-2) and Damian Ball (2) were all on target. There was little between the teams after Eoin Dooher hit his team’s second goal but the Derg struck back with a goal of their own and saw the game out to take the points. Mark Corry (8), Seán Meehan, Darren Traynor and Stef Gallen were among the scorers for the Derg.

Rock travelled to Drumragh on Saturday and came away with the points following a high scoring and entertaining game on a final score of 3-14 to 2-12. Aidan Mc Garrity hit 2-2 for the Rock while Liam Nugent (7), Mark Ward (1-0) and Shane Murphy accounted for most of their team’s scores. The winners looked to be cruising to victory but a brace of late goals from the Sarsfields resulted in a rather nervy end to the game. Barry Fitzgerald and Eamon Mc Cann got the Sarsfields goals while Shane Cleary hit seven points with Marty Taggart(2), Shane Devine, Barry Fitzgerald and Ronan Maguire also on target.

Brocagh defeated Brackaville after a high scoring and enthralling game on Saturday afternoon on a score line of 3-17 to 4-11. Brackaville led at the break 2-8 to 1-7 and there was little between the teams throughout the second half until Barry Donnelly hit his team’s third goal deep in injury time to put Brocagh three up and secure the points. Justin Campbell (1-1),  Cathal Donnelly (1-2), Micky Hughes (8), Ciaran Donnelly (5), Cathal Donnelly (1-0) and Barry Donnelly (1-0) were on target for the Emmetts. Brackaville will have been very disappointed to have lost a game they were very much in control of for long periods. Gary Ferguson, Tiernan Mc Glinchy, Jason O’Neill and Dale Mc Sorley were the Owen Roes goalscorers while Shea Fee and Sean Day were among the points.




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