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Division Two Wrap up

Sunday 04.05.2014
Team Talk Mag

Galbally made home advantage count against Loughmacrory as they picked up their first points of the campaign. Enda McGarrity got the only goal of the game with Paul Rafferty and Ronan Ward among the points for their respective sides.

Stewartstown Harps remain undefeated in Intermediate football as they overcome Newtownstewart at home this afternoon.   They led by three points at half time thanks to a Dan Lowe goal.  Ryan Mayse slotted 0-4 for the visitors during that period.  After the break further points from Gavin Devlin and Eoin Coyle helped Harps maintain their lead.  A Peter Armour goal increased their advantage while the final Newtownstewart score came from Aidan McSorley.  Final Score – Stewartstown 2-13 Newtownstewart 1-7

Derrylaughan have moved up to fifth in the table tonight following a three point victory over Pomeroy.  The Plunketts were two points ahead at the end of the opening thirty minutes with Frank Burns and Hugh Pat McGeary on the scoreboard for the away team.  Sean Robinson and Ciaran Quinn were scorers for the Kevin Barrys during that time.  In the second half Hugh McNamee fired home a goal for Pomeroy but Derrylaughan hit back through Conor McCabe, Daire Carney, Shea Coney, Martin McStravog and Ciaran Gervin.  Final Score – Derrylaughan 0-17 Pomeroy 1-11

Dungannon Clarkes move into the top four following a narrow one point victory over Kildress in O’Neill Park.  They were 0-7 to 0-4 up at the short whistle thanks to points from Patrick Quinn, Barry Cassidy and Sean Anthony Burns.  Frank McGurk was on target for Kildress in that period.  Shortly after the restart Eoin Branigan goaled for Kildress but that score was cancelled out through a Matthew Mulgrew major and a second Padraig McNulty point.

Greencastle secured win number four when they had an impressive six points to spare over visitors Edendork.  Midfielder Enda Clarke got the only goal of the game for the hosts with Shane Coyle, Kevin Ferrity and Cathair McCullagh supplying points for them. Darren McCurry, Niall Morgan and Jarlath O’Rourke had points for an Edendork side who finished the game with fourteen men.

Trillick are another side with a perfect record after seeing off the challenge of Gortin at Donnelly Park. The visitors scored a goal in the first attack of the game from Brian McGarvey and while they got another major via Chris McClean it was the St.Macartans who led at the break thanks  to points from Niall Gormley, Daire Gallagher and Richard Donnelly with Gormley also netting. Diarmuid McNulty and Lee Brennan were among the points for their respective sides in the second half before a late Gallagher goal left the final score 2-16 to 2-7.

Aghyaran picked up their second win of the season when they beat Brackaville 1-14 to 0-14 on home soil. Ronan McHugh bagged the only goal of the game on a day when Aidan Connolly, Caolan Dolan, Paddy Gervin and Joe Rafferty all notched points.

Urney came away from St.Marys Park with two league points in the bag after getting the better of Killeeshil on a 2-12 to 2-7 scoreline. Plunkett Langan and Johnny Lafferty were the goal scorers for the visitors with Fergal McNulty and Jonah Lafferty getting points. Aaron McKenna and Kevin Hughes were the goal scorers for the hosts with Ciaran O’Neill and Shane Mallon among their points.





Pos. Team P W L D F A Pts.
1 Greencastle St Patrick’s 4 4 0 0 77 41 8
2 Trí Leac C. Naoimh Mhic Artáin 4 4 0 0 78 54 8
3 Stewartstown Harps 4 3 0 1 66 44 7
4 Dungannon Thomas Clarkes 4 2 1 1 65 67 5
5 Derrylaughan Kevin Barry’s GAC 4 2 2 0 63 59 4
6 Kildress Wolfe Tones 4 2 2 0 58 54 4
7 Gortin St Patrick’s 4 2 2 0 57 56 4
8 Edendork St Malachy’s 4 2 2 0 63 66 4
9 Loughmacrory St Teresa’s 4 2 2 0 50 61 4
10 Aghyaran St Davogs 4 2 2 0 46 59 4
11 Pomeroy Plunketts 4 1 3 0 60 54 2
12 Urney St Colmcille’s 3 1 2 0 38 41 2
13 Brackaville Owen Roes 3 1 2 0 37 45 2
14 Galbally Pearses 4 1 3 0 48 61 2
15 Killeeshil St Mary’s 4 1 3 0 46 60 2
16 Newtownstewart St Eugene’s 4 0 4 0 44 74 0


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