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Division Two Wrap Up In Association With Steelweld
D2 Results in association with Steelweld Fabrication LTD
Stewartstown 1-8 Naomh Eoghan 0-11
Aghyaran 3-14 Gortin 0-4
Greencastle 3-9 Moortown 1-6
Clogher 0-18 Beragh 1-9
Aghaloo 2-12 Tattyreagh 1-15
Augher 3-9 Killeeshil 1-15
Kildress 2-15 Rock 1-15
Owen Roes 2-12 Strabane 0-8
Aghyaran and Greencastle still can’t be separated at the summit of the Intermediate League table after both secured wins over Gortin and Moortown respectively.
Eoghan McHugh, Ronan McHugh and Johnny Connolly got the St.Davogs goals with the former contributing a number of points as they won with plenty to spare, Peter Keenan with a brace for Gortin.
Goals won the day for Greencastle on their home patch as well as Cahir McCullagh helped himself to a hat trick. Lee Kelly got the Moortown major with Brian McLarnon among their points in a contest were they finished with fourteen men.
It finished all square between Stewartstown and Naomh Eoghan. Aidan McSorley and Tiarnan Mayse were among the points for the visitors while Gareth Devlin got the Harps goal and Macaulay and Conor Quinn were among the points.
Clogher’s good form in the league continued as they made home advantage count against Beragh. Ciaran Bogue, Cillian Barkey and Marc McConnell had points for the Eire Ogs with Mattie McSorley getting the Red Knights goal and Niall Owens among their points.
Aghaloo and Tattyreagh also ended in a stalemate. Niall Henderson and Niall McElroy got the Aghaloo goals with Tiarnan Donnelly and McElroy among their points as well. Jarleth McDonagh got the goal for the visitors on a day when Colin Harkin, James Darcy and Ronan Collins supplied points for them.
A third draw of the day in this division happened at Father Hackett Park between Augher and Killeeshil. Pascal Donaghy top scored for the visitors with 0-8 to his name with Gary Reilly raising a green flag. Eoghan Keenan, Aidan McElroy and Darragh Kavanagh got the Augher goals with the latter getting a number of points as well.
Owen Roes emerged comfortable winners at home to Strabane. Cathal McShane was in fine form for the winners with 1-6 to his name with Ryan McAleer also finding the net. Oran McGrath and Danny McBride were among the Sigersons scorers.