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Division Two Wrap Up

Sunday 14.10.2018
Team Talk Mag
All County League


 

Gortin repeated their championship victory over Cookstown when they won 2-10 to 0-7 at Paddy Cullen Park. Aaron O’Neill and Shane Clarke got the goals for the visitors with Sean Og McAleer notching 0-10. Ronan Hughes, Martin Murray and Ronan Donnelly were among the points for the Father Rocks.

Dungannon ensured their place in the promotion playoffs thanks to a 3-13 to 0-9 win at Kildress. Conor McKee, Dailagh Jones and Lorcan Mallon got the Clarkes’ goals with McKee and Patrick Molloy among the points for them. Mattie McGuigan and Philip Lennon were among the marksmen for the Wolfe Tones who are joint second from bottom of the table with one game left to play.

Niall McElroy scored 1-5 and Niall Henderson got the late equaliser as Aghaloo came from six down late on to gain a precious share of the spoils away to Moortown. Conor Heron and Ryan Kelly got goals for Moortown as it finished 2-7 to 1-10.

Greencastle had a much needed 1-14 to 1-7 win away to bottom of the table Derrytresk. Cahir McCullagh and Mark Carson got 0-11 between them with Peter Teague getting the winners goal, Ronan O’Neill finding the net for the hosts with top scorer Niall Gavin contributing three points.

Urney had a great 2-13 to 1-9 win away to Stewartstown to ease a little further away from the danger zone. Johnny Lafferty and Jamie McAleer got their goals with Peter Armour getting the Stewartstown major and Dan Lowe featuring among their points.

Seamus Muldoon and Emmett McKenna got the goals for league champions Eglish with Peter McCann and McKenna among the points as they beat Owen Roes 2-11 to 2-8 at home. Niall McAleer and Conor O’Neill got the goals for the visitors with Cathal McShane among their points.

Strabane enjoyed an emphatic 1-15 to 1-5 win away to an understrength Tattyreagh side. Aaron McGowan got the goal for the Sigersons with Warner Mullen, Danny McBride and Ethan Corry among their points. Paul Harley got the Tattyreagh major from the penalty spot with Caolan McDonagh weighing in with a couple of points.

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