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Division Three Wrap Up

Sunday 27.04.2014
Team Talk Mag
Club


There were some big scores and fine performances in Division Three today but the biggest story of the day has to be Stevie O’Neill’s comeback for Clan na Gael in a game that saw them defeat Aghaloo 2-11 to 1-13. The former Tyrone captain has recently undergone surgery on a troublesome foot injury but showed enough today to suggest he might still feature for Tyrone in the summer. O’Neill came on at half time and scored two points in his side’s second win from three starts this season. Niall Kerlin hit 1-2 for the winners while Danny Ball, Adrian Ball and Brendan Conway all landed points. Michael O’Neill’s forty third minute goal put the Clan seven points ahead but they were made fight all the way by a spirited and determined Aghaloo team. Tiernan Donnelly (0-5) once again top scored for the visitors while Ruairi Mc Glone hit the net for the O’Neills. Shea Loughran, Gary O’Gorman and Jody Mc Glone were among the points for their side.
Glenelly hosted Rock and lost heavily as the visitors turned on the style to win 1-16 to 0-3. They were ahead by five at the break with Conor Mc Creesh, Ryan Crilly, Karl Kolbolm and Tommy Bloomer all on target. Aidan Mc Garrity and Martin Mc Creesh added points after the break as Rock cantered to a comfortable win with further scores from Cathal Mc Williams, Eamon Ward (goal) and Diarmuid Carroll.
Castlederg made the long trip to Derrytresk and came away empty handed as the home side built on their good win at Fintona last week. Goals at vital times from Kevin Campbell and Joe Mc Kee (1-3) and four points from Caolan Corr gave the Derg lads a mountain more so than a hill to climb and in spite of the best efforts of Sean Harper (0-2) and Mark Corry (1-4) Derrytresk won convincingly 2-10 to 1-7.
Drumragh made the short journey across to Drumquin and paid the price for going down to fourteen men as Drumquin rallied to win by six 1-11 to 1-5. The Sarsfields were 1-3 to 0-5 up at the break with Tommy Murphy bagging their goal. However when they lost Paul Maguire to a second yellow card the game turned and Drumquin took over. Sean Mc Goldrick, Gareth Mc Grath, Shane Cleary and Maguire all hit points for Drumragh. Jamesie Winters bagged the all important goal for Drumquin midway through the second half while Matthew Walsh, Barry Gormley, Ryan Mc Callion, Costin Mallon and Frankie Mc Alynn were among the point scorers for the Wolfe Tones.
Tattyreagh entertained Dregish in the late evening game and coasted to a 1-21 to 1-5 victory. County minor James Darcy top scored with nine points for the winners with six of these coming from play. John Gilmurray (1-0), Damien Mc Gloin (0-3), Barry Montgomery (0-3) and Gareth Mimnagh (0-3) were all in fine scoring form for the winners.
Owen Roes were forced to play catch up again today but left themselves too much to do in the second half and with fourteen players against Errigal Thirds as they lost out 0-10 to 2-5. Andy Devine (0-3) and Cathal Mc Shane were their first half scorers but by the break Errigal led 2-2 to 0-4 with their goals coming from Darren Carson and Stevie Mc Crory. Once again after the break the Leckpatrick lads improved greatly but in spite of Cathal Mc Shane’s four points and scores from Lornie Crossan and Charles O’Donnell Errigal held on for the win. Pascal Donnelly, Anton Mc Dermott and Sean Mc Girr all hit points for the winners.
Fintona looked to be in with a great chance of grabbing an away win at Brocagh as they led 1-8 to 0-2 at the break with their goal coming from Paul Quinn while Aaron Mc Carney, Tomas Mc Grath, Niall Mellon and Pauric Kelly kicked points. However the Pearses only managed a single point in a second half they will want to forget as the home side took over and hit 3-8 to win convincingly 3-10 to 1-9. Cathal and Barry Donnelly led the recovery for the hime side while the accuracy of Michael Hughes also proved significant.

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