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Hagan’s Bar Division Two Wrap Up

Sunday 16.09.2012
Team Talk Mag
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Ronan O’Neill got the only goal of the game while Cathal Devlin and Gareth Devlin featured among the points as Stewartstown got the better of Aghyaran on a 1-11 to 0-6 score line, Caolan Dolan and Johnny McMenamin with points for the visitors. Blaine Nugent scored a couple of goals for Galbally on their visit to Urney but it was the St.Columbas who took the spoils on a 2-12 to 2-7 score line.

Dominic Devine, Brian Dooher, Gary Devine and Paddy Conwell featured among the Clann na Gael goals as they recorded a 6-13 to 0-7 victory away to Killeeshil, Ruairi O’Neill, Aaron McKenna and Packie McMullan among the points for the home side. Top team in the Division Cookstown were made battle all the way as they drew at home to Pomeroy. The Plunketts Ciaran Mc Kenna did score a late equalising goal but they showed considerable grit and skill to lead for long stages in the game. A first minute penalty from Ollie Mc Creesh gave the visitors a great start and they held that lead until midway through the second half. A point at that stage from Shea Mc Garrity put the hosts in front but Frank Burns fisted to the net to put Pomeroy ahead again almost immediately. Eoin Mulligan came off the bench and helped put his side three ahead but Pomeroy rescued a point with that late goal from Mc Kenna. Final score Cookstown 0-14, Pomeroy 3-5.

Derrytresk travelled across to Augher this afternoon and came away with the points following a hard earned 3-15 to 4-8 win over the home side. Micky Robinson, Ronan O’Neill and Niall Gavin all hit the net for the visitors while Joe Mc Kee and Kevin Quinn were among the points for the winners. Sean Hackett and Dara Donnelly scored goals for the home side while Aidan Cassidy was among their point scorers.

Loughmacrory paid the price for playing against the wind in their match with Strabane as the Sigersons recorded a handsome 4-14 to 0-11 win over a very disappointing home side. Strabane hit top form with goals from Warner Mullen, Ryan O’Kane, Fergal Mc Gavigan and Brendan Mc Laughlin and the game was effectively over ten minutes into the second half by which time Loughmacrory had squandered several great chances of goals and Strabane were leading by eleven points.

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