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Division Two Wrap Up

Sunday 25.06.2017
Team Talk Mag
Club


Eglish lead the way at the top of the Intermediate table after seeing off the challenge of neighbours Moy on a 0-13 to 0-7 scoreline. Sean McKillion and Peter McCann hit seven points between them for the winners with Brendan Donnelly getting a brace as well. Ryan Coleman, Colm Cavanagh and Tom Loughran registered for the visitors.

Aghyaran are up to second place in the table after they beat Cookstown at home. Ronan McHugh is chasing a third golden boot in a row in Intermediate football and he weighed in with 2-8 today with Ciaran McGlinchey getting their other goal. Conor Mullan, Jason Quinn and Brian Mulligan all found the net for the Father Rocks as it finished 3-14 to 3-8.

Fergal McAliskey, Tomas Carney, Stephen McGrath and Brian Kennedy all supplied points as Derrylaughan won 0-14 to 1-9 away to neighbours Moortown. Brian McLernon got the only goal of the game with Conor Heron and Tony Quinn getting points for the hosts.

Two goals from Shay O’Neill and one from Blake Smith saw Stewartstown record a narrow 3-10 to 1-14 win at Rock. Martin McCreesh got the Rock goal as well as a few points with Liam Nugent taking half a dozen scores and Aidan McGarrity signalling his return from injury when featuring on the score sheet as well.

Darragh Kavanagh hit 2-5 with Liam Connolly and Ciaran McCaughey also finding the net as Augher won 4-12 to 3-9 at Loughmacrory. Cathal Donaghy got two goals for the St.Theresas, one of which was from the penalty spot, with Stephen Donaghy also finding the net for them.

Kildress were 0-18 to 1-12 winners at Eskra with Philip Lennon kicking half a dozen points for the Wolfe Tones with Des Treacy, Eoin Brannigan and Mattie McGuigan weighing in with 0-8 between them as well. Joe McCarroll scored 1-3 for the Emmetts with Peter Hughes, Ryan Gartland and Paul Meegan adding points as well.

Gortin got a much needed win when they proved too strong for Castlederg at home, 2-14 to 0-4 the final scoreline. Eoghan McGarvey had five points for the winners with Sean Og McAleer getting four and Shane Clarke and Chris McClean bagging the goals. Mark Corry had three points for the St.Eugenes with Sean Harper their only other marksman on the day.

 

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