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Division 3 Wrap Up

Sunday 12.05.2013
Team Talk Mag
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Table topping Loughmacrory continued their good form with a fine 2-10 to 0-6 win over Drumquin. The wind was a significant factor particularly in the first half which saw the loch reach the break 0-7 to 0-1 in front. Second half goals from the Ward brothers Enda and Ronan and a brace of superb points from Stephen Donaghy ensured Loughmacrory made it three wins from three starts. Drumquin were disappointing on the day and struggled to make any impact with Ryan Mc Callion, Benny Gormley, Barry Gormley and Jamsie Winters hitting the target for the hosts.

Killyman hit a trio of goals to defeat Errigal Ciaran Thirds 3-11 to 1-8. The hard work was done in the first half when Ryan Mc Kenna bagged two which helped the winners reach the break 2-9 to 1-2 in front. Errigal’s goal came right on the stroke of half time. The second half was a tough battle but when Paul Mc Veigh converted from the penalty spot the win was sealed for Killyman.

There was very little between Glenelly and Drumragh this afternoon with the home side holding on to defeat the Sarsfields 0-12 to 0-11. Drumragh had been on top in the first half and led by four at the break 0-7 to 0-3. Seamus Harkin hit two of Glenelly’s scores while both Gareth Haughey and Marty Taggart helped themselves to a brace of points each. Harkin really found his shooting boots in the second half and added a further six points to his total while Ronan O’Kane, Conal Mc Cullagh and Ryan Falls were also on target for Glenelly. Drumragh just ran out of time with Marty Taggart and Gavin Rodgers getting all their second half scores.

Brocagh made the long run to Dregish and came away with a four point 1-9 to 1-5 win. The visitors battled hard to lead at half time 0-4 to 0-2 but used the elements well in the second half to earn the win. Dregish scorers on the day were Johnny Doherty 0-2, Eamon Mc Govern, Peter Mc Crossan, Stevie Breen 0-1 each and a goal from Daniel Strain.

Owen Roes entertained Aghaloo this afternoon and the opening thirty minutes saw little between the sides. The scores were level at the break in a tight first half with Ronan Parker 0.2, Davy Harte, Stephen Harper 0.2 and Andy Devine on target for the home side. Aghaloo’s young guns stepped up to the plate with Ruairi Mc Glone hitting the net. This score was followed by points from Niall Henderson and Kevin O Gorman points while Tiarnan Donnelly also grabbed an excellent score.

Aghaloo took over in the second half however and bossed the scoreboard hitting 1.6 before the home side scored. Donnelly’s goal after 3 mins and points from Padraig McGeary, Gerard McCaughey, and 2 each from Mc Glone and O Gorman.

Parker (2) and Cathal McShane struck late for Owen roes but Tiarnan Donnelly sealed the deal with another fine score.

Final score Owen Roes 0-9, Aghaloo 2-10.

Beragh hosted Newtownstewart on a pitch that was barely playable and contributed hugely to ensuring it was a low scoring game. The visitors reached the break leading 0-4 to 0-3 with points from Aidan Mc Sorley, Micky Ward and Kevin Gallagher while Chris Devlin, Hugh Franey and Christopher Mc Sorley were on target for the Red Knights. Beragh only added one further score a point late in the second half from Niall Owens but Newtownstewart had a couple of points from Kevin Gallagher, one from Mark Mc Brearty and the final score of the game a goal from Aidan Mc Sorley. Final score  Beragh 0-4, Newtownstewart 1-7.

Tattyreagh hosted Clogher this afternoon and must have thought they were well placed at the break as they led by two on a scoreline of 0-8 to 1-3. However the roof fell in during the opening ten minutes of the second half when they conceded 2-2 and Clogher went on to win 3-6 to 0-12. Conor Taggart 0-5, Colly Harkin 0-4, Kevin Gallagher 0-2 and Duncan Hyndman 0-1 were the men on target for the Tatts. Kieran Shields helped keep Clogher in touch with his first half goal but Fergal Mc Kenna’s two goals in the second half were to prove key scores. Mark Bogue and Damien Connolly were among the point scorers for Clogher on what was a fine away win for the men in maroon and white.

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