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Division Two Wrap Up

Sunday 11.08.2019
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Results

Urney 3-10 Stewartstown 1-13

Moortown 1-11 Greencastle 1-13

Aghyaran 1-6 Pomeroy 0-14

Clogher 0-15 Augher 0-11

Galbally 3-15 Owen Roes 1-7

Gortin 1-9 Cookstown 0-5

Newtownstewart 0-13 Loughmacrory 2-14

Strabane 2-11 Beragh 2-10

 

Jamie McAleer grabbed two goals as well as a few points while former Tyrone attacker Johnny Lafferty weighed in with 0-7 as Urney got an important win over Stewartstown on Friday evening. Anton Coyle finished with 1-1-4 to his name for the Harps while Peter Armour contributed half a dozen points.

John McCullagh returned to Greencastle colours and he got the only goal of the game as they won at Moortown. Mark Carson once again led the way in the scoring stakes for the St.Patricks while Conor Heron got Moortown’s goal and Tony Quinn got a few points for them.

Pomeroy won on their travels when they got the better of Aghyaran. Sean Quinn, Ollie McCreesh and Gavin Goodfellow were among the points for the Plunketts while Ethan McHugh top[ scored for Aghyaran including their goal and Ciaran McGlinchey was on target as well.

Leaders Galbally had an emphatic win at home to Owen Roes with Ronan Nugent, Conor Donaghy and Mark Donnelly their goal scorers with Daniel Kerr, Seamus Mulgrew and Donaghy all getting points. Stephen Harper scored a first half goal for the visitors with Conor O’Neill getting a couple of points.

Sean Og McAleer and Sean McKenna hit half a dozen points between them with the latter also getting the only goal of the game as Gortin made home advantage count against Cookstown. Christopher Eastwood and Matthew Carberry had points for the Father Rocks.

Two goals inside a minute changed the course of the game as Loughmacrory won at Newtownstewart. Brendan Boyle, Kevin Gallagher and Aidan McSorley had points for the hosts with Cathaoir Gallagher and Pairc Meenagh responding for the St.Theresas while Arnie and Cathal Donaghy got their majors.

Warner Mullen proved to be the Strabane hero when he converted an injury time penalty to give his side victory over Beragh. The same player also posted a number of points with Ruairi Gormley and Seamus Breslin also on target. Jack Campbell got both goals for the Red Knights with Oisin Donnelly and top scorer Martin Rodgers also prominent.

Clogher’s superb campaign continued when they secured local bragging rights with victory at home to neighbours Augher. Mark Bogue, Marc McConnell, Ryan McCaughey and Conor Shields all had points for the Eire Ogs while Darragh Kavanagh, Aidan McElroy and Collie McKenna scored for Augher.

 

 

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