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Division Three Wrap Up

Monday 06.08.2018
Team Talk Mag
Club


 

Results

Castlederg 4-8 Errigal Ciaran Thirds 2-15

Killyman 1-11 Eskra 2-14

Newtownstewart 0-13 Killeeshil 2-12

Rock 0-11 Clogher 0-14

Glenelly 0-11 Drumquin 2-8

Drumragh 3-15 Fintona 1-13

Clann Na Gael Brackaville [CONC]

 

A win in their last game against Glenelly would seal the league title for Clogher after they had a hard earned victory away to Rock at the weekend. Ryan McCaughey top scored for the Eire Ogs with 0-7 to his name while Marc McConnell weighed in with four points and Martin Shortt, Sean McCaffrey and Sean Bogue were also on target. Liam Nugent was once again the main scoring threat for Rock with half a dozen points to his name with Aidan Girvan, Mark Ward, Peter Girvan, Ciaran Gourley and Arthur Donaghy also on target.

Eskra ensured that the race for the silverware will go down to the last day after they won away to Killyman. Thomas Meegan bagged a goal in each half for the Emmetts with Ryan Gartland, Johnny Hackett, Shane McNeilis, Paul Turbitt and Aaron Kelly supplying points. Ryan McKenna got the Killyman goal with Enda McGahan and Eamon Donnelly hitting seven points between them.

Pascal and Cormac Donaghy landed 0-9 between them while Daniel Millar and Louis Conlon got their goals as Killeeshil won away to Newtownstewart. Aidan McSorley, Kevin Gallagher and Piaras McSorley were among the points for the St.Eugenes.

Sean McDonagh converted a penalty as well as also scoring a fine individual goal from play as Drumquin took the spoils from their trip to Glenelly. Paul Sheridan, Liam Patterson and Frank McAlynn were among the points for the Wolfe Tones with Ronan O’Kane [4] and Seamus Harkin [3] the chief marksmen on the day for the home side.

Drumragh made home advantage count in a high scoring encounter with Fintona. Shane Cleary [6], Sean McGale [1-3], Shane Devine [2-0], Gareth McGrath [2], Gareth Starrs [2] and Paul Maguire were the Sarsfields scorers with Aaron McCarney weighing in with 1-5 for the Pearses with Cathal Starrs, Conor McGoldrick and John Fitzpatrick also on target.

Caolan Tierney top scored for Errigal Ciaran with 1-5 as they had the minimum to spare on their trip to Castlederg. Patrick McDermott kicked five points as well with Cahir Tierney getting their other goal and Sean Mellon and Jody Farrell a brace of points each.

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