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Division Two Wrap Up

Sunday 27.10.2019
Team Talk Mag
All County League


 

Results

Pomeroy 3-15 Moortown 2-10

Urney 2-14 Clogher 2-15

Beragh 1-10 Cookstown 1-9

Greencastle 0-8 Galbally 2-10

Newtownstewart 1-9 Gortin 0-6

Stewartstown 2-8 Aghyaran 3-15

 

Pomeroy made home advantage count against Moortown on Saturday afternoon. Olly McCreesh led the way in the scoring stakes for the Plunketts with a goal and a number of points with Justin McCaffrey also finding the net. Sean Kelly, Peter Devlin and Brian McLernon got the Moortown goals.

Johnny Lafferty hit an impressive 2-10 but it wasn’t enough to prevent Urney from being relegated after they lost at home to Clogher. Marc McConnell and Mark Bogue got the goals for the Eire Ogs with Barry McKenna and Michael McCaughey among their points.

Beragh secured a vital win to secure their Intermediate status when they had the minimum to spare at home to fellow strugglers Cookstown. Oisin Donnelly top scored for the Red Knights with 0-6 to his name with Jack Campbell also among the points and Peter Meenagh getting their goal. Ruairi Mullan and Danny McElhatton had points for the Father Rocks with John Gilmore their goal scorer.

Championship winners Galbally took a step closer to the league title thanks to a win at Greencastle. Conor Donaghy and Cormac Donnelly got the goals for the winners with Declan Murphy and Paul Rafferty among their points. James Mannion led the way in the scoring stakes for the hosts with Barry McGarvey also on target.

Aidan McSorley got the only goal of the game and himself and Kevin Gallagher supplied vital points as Newtownstewart got a much needed win over Gortin. Sean McKenna and Sean Og McAleer were among the points for the visitors.

Aghyaran made sure of their division two status for next season thanks to a win away to a Stewartstown side who remain in trouble.  Ethan McHugh, Eoin McHugh and Ryan Hilley got their gaols with Ronan McNamee and Benny Gallen among their points. Dan Lowe and Stephen Talbot got the Harps’ goals with Lowe landing a number of points.

 

 

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