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Division Two Wrap Up

Saturday 19.04.2014
Team Talk Mag
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Greencastle made the short trip to play Loughmacrory and they returned home with the two points in the bag thanks to a comprehensive victory. Shane McCullagh, Christopher Gillen and Shane Coyle all got goals for the winners with Kevin Ferrity, Mark Carson and Shane Coyle scoring points. Declan Grimes was the St.Theresas goal scorer with Ronan and Ciaran Ward notching points.

 

Derrylaughan picked up their first points if the season when they won at Brackaville. Brendan Quinn, Ciaran Quinn and Sean Robinson were the Kevin Barrys goal scorers with Daniel Coleman and Ronan Fox finding the net for the Roes. Mark McKenna and John Loughran were the Pomeroy goal scorers with Ollie McCreesh kicking six points as the Plunketts accounted for Aghyaran on home soil.

 

Dungannon and Stewartstown fought out an entertaining 1-12 each draw at O’Neill Park. Keifer Morgan and Gareth Devlin were the goal scorers on the day with Patrick Quinn, Daniel Grimley, Cathal Devlin and Dan Lowe among the points for their respective teams. Kildress made it two wins from two when they beat Newtownstewart at Gortacladdy. Eoin Brannigan and Frank McGurk were the goal scorers for the Wolfe Tones with Des Tracy and Philip Lennon claiming points, Aidan McSorley and Damian Patton with three pointers for the visitors.

 

Edendork twice came from four points down to overcome Galbally at Pearse Park. Ciaran McCrory, and James Lennon and Paul Rafferty all got goals for Galbally with John McGuckin and Darren Conway getting goals for the visitors with Darren McCurry landing a number of second half points.

 

Trillick collected their second brace of points when they travelled to Urney and won 0-16 to 1-10. Richard Donnelly, Daire Gallagher and Niall Gormley got points for the St.Macartans with Johnny Lafferty top scoring for the St.Columbas including their goal. Gortin picked up their first points of the campaign when they won at Killeeshil. Diarmuid McNulty and Kevin Mossey got their goals in a 2-11 to 0-10 success, Shane Mallon and John McMullan among the points for the St.Marys.

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