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E Quinn CIVILS U13 Wrap Up

Monday 25.04.2022
Team Talk Mag

Urney proved too strong at home to Drumquin, 1-12 to 1-8 the final scoreline. It was a great display of football from both sides with Eoghan Devlin, Oisin Sweeney and Tarlach McCrory among the scorers for the St.Columbas.


A strong Pomeroy side collected the points at Plunkett Park against a Strabane side who played until the final whistle. Cathal Tinney got the Sigersons goal with Sean Devine, Ronan Christy and Liam Harpur among their point scorers.


Ardboe were winners away to Cookstown on a great pitch and a great evening to play football. Ciaran McKeown and Brogan Devlin both found the net for the Rossas in the first half to enable them to lead by seven points at halftime. Cookstown produced a great display in the second half with their efforts not fully reflected on the scoreboard, Sean O’Neill with Ardboe’s third goal of the contest.


Moortown produced a brilliant second half display to come from eleven points down at the break to defeat Moy in a high scoring encounter, 7-9 to 5-8. It was a good all round team display from the winners with special mention going to Cormac Gilligan, Cathaoir Rocks, Conor Kelly and Thomas Kelly.


A few goals towards the end of the first half ultimately proved decisive as Dungannon overcame Errigal Ciaran. Two goals from Eoin Rodgers and one apiece from Michael Harper and Jamie Neeson saw the Clarkes establish an eleven point interval lead despite Errigal Ciaran enjoying most of the play. Thomas Slater got a fifth Dungannon goal late in the game on a night when they had good performances from Conn O’Donnell, Cormac Doran, Thomas Slater and Eoin Rodgers. Errigal Ciaran played some superb football on the night with Michael McDermott and Conan Canavan getting their goals.


Loughmacrory managed to edge out a gallant Trillick side with the help of good performances from Tiarnan McAleer, Hugh Duff, James Conway and Mark Harte. Best for Trillick on the night were Cormac Ratchford, Conor Corry and Matthew Garrity.


Eglish proved too strong for Donaghmore at Pairc Chormaic. Eoghan Devlin, Michael McIlvenna and Joe Mackin were among the best performers on the night for the winners. Donaghmore’s goals came from Dara O’Neill, Paudi McAshea and Ethan Wilkinson while they had good displays from Jude Rafferty, Cianan McNally and Marty Ogle.


Clonoe edged a very competitive and high scoring encounter with Beragh on a 5-8 to 4-6 scoreline. Eoin Ferguson, Ben O’Neill and Eunan Shields were among the goals for the O’Rahillys with Jack O’Neill and Feidhlim O’Hagan providing points.


Galbally maintained their unbeaten run with a good victory away to Coalisland. Best for the Pearses were Ciaran McCloskey, Odhran McGeary and Joseph Moylan while the Fianna had good displays from Arijus Abaravicius, Conor Timlin and Fionnon Woods.


Cappagh defeated Carrickmore 2-4 to 1-3 on a close fought encounter at Ballinamullan. Both sides were on top throughout and it was level at the break 0-3 to 1-0. Cappagh grabbed an early second half goal but Carrickmore responded with a major of their own. Cappagh though finished strongly as they notched on late points to run out deserving winners on the night. Tia O’Neill and Adam Dolan got the Cappagh goals while Ronan Barton, Charlie Meenan, Ronan Swift and Shea McGinn got the points. Cappagh keeper Jamie Kelly made several great saves and there was also some excellent defending from James Maguire, Ronan Broderick and Finn McNamee.









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