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Division Two Wrap Up.

Sunday 15.06.2014
Team Talk Mag
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There were good wins for Greencastle and Aghyaran in Division Two on Saturday. The St Davogs were pushed all the way at home to Dungannon before emerging narrow one point winners on a score line of 0-17 to 1-13. The winners reached the break leading 0-9 to 0-5 with Ronan Mc Hugh [3], Jude O’Donnell [1], Sean Byrne[1], Aidan Connolly [1], Shane Sweeney [2] and Michael Anderson [1] all on target. Kiefer Morgan maintained his fine run of form with three fine frees while Barry Logan and Matthew Walsh also pointed for the visitors.

Morgan landed four further points for The Clarkes while Padraig Mc Nulty’s goal really set the second half up for an exciting finish. However the winners survived with points from Shane Sweeney, Caolan Dolan, Aidan Connolly and Sean Byrne ensuring the points remained in north Tyrone.

Greencastle and Urney battled it out over the hour before the St Patrick’s emerged 2-12 to 1-10 winners. First half goals from Ryan Conway and John Mc Cullagh put the home side in a very strong position leading 2-5 to 0-3 at the break. Urney did produce a strong second half come back with the Laffertys prominent in much of their best play however points from Mark Carson, Shane Mc Cullagh and John Mc Cullagh were enough to see Greencastle home.

Sean Murphy hit 2-6 as Galbally came from seven points down going into the final quarter to beat Gortin. Kevin Mossey top scored for the St.Patricks with Ruairi Keenan getting their goal.

Loughmacrory became the first team to take a point off Trillick when it finished 1-13 apiece at Donnelly Park. Ronan Ward scored six points for the St.Thereas including an injury time equaliser while John Gallagher got their goal.  Lee Brennan got Trillick’s goal with Daire Gallagher and Richard Donnelly scoring points. Derrylaughan came from nine points down to win away to Newtownstewart. Ryan Mayse led the way in the scoring stakes for the St.Eugenes with Damian Patton getting their goal. Shea Coney got both goals for the Kevin Barrys with the Gervin brothers Ciaran and Liam among the points for them.

Pomeroy turned on the style with an emphatic win at home to Stewartstown with Hugh McNamee, Stephen McKenna, Kieran McGeary and Christopher Colhoun all getting goals with Frank Burns and Eunan McCourt weighing in with seven points between them.  Gareth Devlin scored 1-2 for the Harps with Dan Lowe adding four points.

Kildress accounted for Brackaville at Gortacladdy on a 3-14 to 2-9 score line with Johnny Connolly, Damian Kelly and Philip Lennon getting their goals, Sean McNally with both majors for the Roes.

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