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E Quinn CIVILS U13 Wrap Up
Dungannon’s good form continued when they travelled to Ardboe and came away with both points. The Clarkes led by nine points at the interval with Jamie Neeson scoring a hat trick of goals and Eoin Spence and Eoin Rodgers both finding the net as well. Sean Og O’Donnell bagged two goals in the second half for the visitors to make sure of victory. Ardboe played well in the second half with Odhran Coleman among the points for them and Jack Muldoon getting a goal.
Derrytresk edged past Moortown in an entertaining encounter that went right to the wire, 7-5 to 7-4 the final scoreline. The goal scorers for the St.Malachys were Timmy Kelly, Oisin McVeigh, Dara Mallon and Emmet Kelly.
Eglish staged a second half comeback to take the spoils against Errigal Ciaran at Dunmoyle. The home side led 3-2 to 0-7 at the break with Jamie Martin among the goals for Errigal Ciaran with Mark McDermott and Gavin McAnenly supplying points. The visitors though found the net three times in the second half to run out 3-16 to 3-7 winners.
Cappagh travelled to Trillick and came away with both points with good displays from the winners coming from Charlie Meenan, Christy McCrory, Ronan Swift and Ronan Barton.
Carrickmore made home advantage count against Omagh. Daithi Teague, Oran McCarney, Dara Burns, Conor Keyes and Jayden Lloyd were among the scorers for the St.Endas against a Carrickmore side who got a couple of late goals to help them run out 7-11 to 3-5 winners.
Galbally maintained their unbeaten run when they got the better of Kildress at Pearse Park, 8-7 to 4-9. Finbarr Quinn top scored for the winners with a number of goals with Marcus McLoughlin and Tiernan Corrigan playing well for the winners too.
Clonoe were in fine goal scoring form as they defeated neighbours Coalisland at O’Rahilly Park. Eunan Shields, Conor Taggart, Conor Coney and Féidhlim O’Hagan were among the goals for the O’Rahillys with Eoin Ferguson, Ben O’Neill and Senan Kelly getting points.
A late Eoin McCusker goal at Clanabogan Park decided a close meeting between two well matched sides in Drumragh and Dromore, 2-7 to 1-6 the final scoreline.