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Division Two Wrap Up

Saturday 16.06.2012
Team Talk Mag
Club


Cookstown continue to lead the way at the top of the table following an emphatic 4-15 to 0-7 victory at home to Killeeshil with James McGahan, Conor Mullan [2] and Barry Hughes getting their goals, Eoin Donaghy and Gary Reilly on target for the struggling visitors.

Strabane remain in second place after a fine display saw them account for Aghyaran at Sigerson Park. Brendan McLaughlin grabbed the only goal of the game with John McLaughlin and John Paul Gallagher weighing in with points as it finished 1-14 to 0-6, Aidan Connolly and Gary Falls with points for the disappointing St.Davogs.

Eskra’s good run continued when they drew at home to Moy in a game which they were very unlucky not to win. Peter Hughes and Kris Kavanagh had points for their respective sides with Niall Marlow getting the Emmetts goal and it took a late major from Ryan O’Neill to salvage a draw for the visitors as it finished 1-10 each.

Martin McCreesh fisted in a winning goal seven minutes into injury time as Rock defeated neighbours Galbally 2-10 to 1-12. The Pearses had looked likely winners with Mickey Murphy and Paul Rafferty getting points with the latter also scoring a goal but Conor McCreesh points and a Eamon Ward goal kept the St.Patricks in touch until that late strike.

Stephen O’Neill was the star of the show as Clann na Gael won at Loughmacrory while Urney needed a late equlaiser to deny Gortin as it finished 1-12 to 2-9, Shane Clarke with the St.Patricks goal with Kevin Mossey getting the majority of their points.

Pomeroy travelled to Derrytresk and came away with a narrow 3-6 to 2-7 win with Kieran McGeary, Brendan Cunningham and Mark McKenna getting their goals, Joe McKee with both of the home sides’ majors.

Augher remain in touch at the top of the table after a comfortable 3-12 to 0-8 win away to Stewartstown with Darragh Donnelly scoring two goals either side of an Aidan Cassidy major, Paul Dillon and Peter Armour with points for the Harps.

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