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Division Three Wrap Up

Wednesday 11.09.2019
Team Talk Mag
All County League


 

It was back to league business at the weekend for teams in Division Three. Aghaloo put the disappointment of losing out to Rock in the championship to claim the league title following a comprehensive win over Errigal Thirds. Goals from Ruairi Mc Glone, who top scored with 1-4, and Niall Mc Elroy as well as a brace of majors from Jody Mc Glone ensured the points and the win went to the O’Neills. Stuart Douglas, Andrew Brady, Niall Henderson and Míchael Muldoon were all among the points for the newly crowned league champions.

Kildress and Eskra went into the weekend’s game with a few niggly injury concerns and with the championship just around the corner both sides rested several players. Kildress managed to find the net with a goal in each half and it was those scores that proved crucial with Caolan Mc Namee and Mattie Mc Guigan the goal scorers. Mc Guigan’s goal came from a penalty in the final quarter after Adam Connolly had been fouled. Marty Mc Gurk, Adam Connolly, Pauric Lagan and Calum Holland were all among the points for the Wolfe Tones on a day when ace marksman Mc Guigan finished with 1-4. With a local derby coming up in the championship Eskra won’t be too disappointed with the result in this one. Joe Mc Carroll, Shane Hackett, Conor O’Hagan and Cathal Meegan each landed a brace of points while Paul Turbitt top scored for the Emmetts with four fine points. Final score 2-11 to 0-12 in favour of Kildress.

As for Rock they went into their game with Killyman in confident form and with Aidan Mc Garrity and Liam Nugent in fine form they won comfortably. Nugent finished the game with 0-10, Mc Garrity with 1-5 while Paudi Ward and Enda Mallon also hit the net for the winners. Eamon Donnelly and Luke Roche accounted for the Killyman scores.

Brocagh and Glenelly made it through to the championship quarter finals last time out and locked horns at the weekend in the league. After an impressive opening half The Emmetts led 0-10 to 1-4 with Ciaran Donnelly (5), Mickey Hughes (2), Michael Carolan (2) and Niall Mc Closkey on target. Hughes added three further points in the second half but it was Glenelly that took the points hitting 1-9 after the break to win 2-13 to 0-15. Ronan O’Kane top scored with 1-6, Seamus Harkin bagged 1-1 and Cathal Nicolas, Barry Mc Connell, Cathal O’Neill, Liam Nicolas and Cormac Mc Bride were all among the scores in what was a morale boosting win for the Plumbridge men.

Killeeshil looked impressive as they saw off the challenge of Drumragh at the weekend. Jason Doyle top scored with 1-2 while Pascal Donaghy and Michael O’Neill both hit four points apiece. Shane Cleary was once again the main man for the Sarsfields with 1-5 while Shane Devine and Eamon Mc Cann were also on target.

Fintona bounced back from their championship exit with a hard fought win over Brackaville. An impressive first half display with 1-1 from Aiden Donnelly, three points from Peter Mc Glinn and a brace apiece from Conor Mc Golderick and Mark Mc Glinn helped the Pearses to a five point half time lead. Shea Fee, Ronan Fox and Dale Mc Sorley landed first half points for Brackville while Sean Day’s goal gave his team hope going in at the break. The same player also hit the net late in the second half but a resolute Fintona team held out for a narrow win. Mark Mc Glinn top scored for his team with four fine second half points.

Drumquin had six points to spare over CNG in their clash at the weekend winning 0-18 to 0-12. Cormac Rodgers, Mattie Mc Dermott (5), Paul Sheridan (3) Oisin Mc Menamin, Frankie Mc Alynn (4) and Brendan Gormley (2) were among the points for the winners who led 0-11 to 0-5 at the break. Once again Gareth M Dermott top scored for  CNG with 0-4 while Joe Ball, Danny Ball, Paddy Harkin and Damien Ball all contributed to their team’s tally.

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