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Division Two Wrap Up

Sunday 20.08.2017
Team Talk Mag
All County League


 

Derrylaughan are sixty minutes away from the league title and promotion after a comprehensive 2-18 to 0-11 win at Stewartstown. Tomas Carney and Seamus McCann got the Kevin Barrys goals with Ciaran Gervin, Fergal McAliskey and Ciaran Quinn all supplying points. Paul Dillon, Macaulay Quinn and Tiarnan Rush were on target for the well beaten Harps.

Aghyaran remain level on points at the top after winning 1-16 to 0-10 at Eskra, a result that sends the Emmetts to Junior football for next season. Michael Anderson got the only goal of the game for the St.Davogs with Benny Gallen, Sean Byrne, Tommy Dolan and Cahir Moss all grabbing points. Peter Hughes and Joe McCarroll led the way in the scoring stakes for the hosts.

A strong final quarter saw Dungannon emerge emphatic winners at O’Neill Park against Loughmacrory. Dailagh Jones and Lorcan Mallon got their goals with Conor McKee and Patrick Molloy getting the baulk of their points between them. Cathal Donaghy, Stephen Donaghy and Cathair Gallagher were on target for the St.Theresas.

Eglish were 3-15 to 1-12 winners at home to Aghaloo. Seamus Muldoon notched 1-4 for the winners with Gregory Jordan and Mattie McGleenan also finding the net. Niall McElroy, Jody McGlone and Ruairi McGlone provided points for the visitors with Sean Cullen their goal scorer.

Gortin secured a hard earned win at Augher on a 2-14 to 1-15 scoreline. Sean Og McAleer hit 1-5 for the visitors with Peter Clarke weighing in with 1-2. Intermediate league top scorer Darragh Kavanagh added another seven points to his tally but it wasn’t enough on the day, Martin McElhatton with the St.Macartans goal.

Kildress secured local bragging rights against Cookstown for a result that leaves the Father Rocks in trouble. Martin Grimes got the only goal of the game with Philip Lennon, Mattie McGuigan and Frank McGurk getting points for the Wolfe Tones as it finished 1-9 to 0-4. Martin Murray got a brace for the visitors with Dean Teague registering their only second half point.

Rock gave their survival hopes a huge shot in the arm when they won 2-8 to 0-12 at Moortown. Aidan McGarrity top scored for the visitors with 0-7 while Liam Nugent got both of their goals. Conor Herron, Ryan Kelly, Tony Quinn and Karl Hagan contributed 0-10 between them for the St.Malachys.

Moy were convincing winners at home to Castlederg with Ryan Coleman top scoring for them and Declan Conroy notching a few points as well.

 

 

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