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E Quinn Civils Under 13 Wrap Up

Sunday 10.04.2022
Team Talk Mag


Drumquin travelled to play Naomh Eoghan and they came away with a good victory over an under strength home side. Ciaran McLaughlin, Sean Gormley and Cillian Mullan all got goals for the Wolfe Tones and the winners had solid defensive displays from Peter McCusker, Cahir McCallion and Joseph O’Kane.

Goals proved decisive as Owen Roes were worthy winners over Strabane at Sigerson Park. Shea Houston 2-1, Dara Houston 2-1, Daithi McDaid 1-2, Luke Doherty 1-0, Ross Doherty 1-0 and Conal Kelly 0-1 were the scorers for Owen Roes with Kalvin Diver and Liam Harper both finding the net for the home side.

Errigal Ciaran proved too strong against Donaghmore at Dunmoyle. It was an open encounter that produced some excellent scores from both sides. Errigal Ciaran had first half goals from Jamie Martin and Mark McDermott. Aidan Mullin and Pauric O’Neill were both excellent in defence for the winners with their halfback line of Matthew O’Donnell, Michael McCrystal and James McGinley all registering points from play in the second half. Best for Donaghmore on the day were George Donaghy, Stefan Mutu and Frankie McGoldrick.

Omagh A hosted Loughmacrory at St.Patricks Park and the visitors had the minimum to spare at the final whistle, 3-13 to 5-6. It was a fine game between two well matched sides with Lorcan Meenagh, Mark Harte and Ciaran McCrystal all scoring for the St.Theresas while Conor O’Reilly, Oran McCarney, Conor Keyes, Dara Burns and Eoin Cunningham all featured on the scoresheet for the St.Endas.

Eglish made the journey to the Loughshore to take on Ardboe and they came away with the two points following an impressive display. Peadar McGeough got the only goal of the first half with Matthew Daly adding a second after the break. The two Matthew Dalys were among the points for Eglish as was Brian Og McGuckin.

Clonoe played host to Rock at O’Rahilly Park and after a competitive first half it was the home side who pulled away in the second period to claim victory. Conor Taggart, Dylan Doris and Sean Loughran got the first half goals for the O’Rahillys with Eoin Ferguson, Eunan Shields, Feidhlim O’Hagan and Eoin Colton all raising green flags after the break. Joel Kerr was in fine form for the visitors hitting 2-3 in the first half.

Carrickmore emerged five point winners at home to Trillick in a keenly contested clash. Matthew Garrity and Daniel McGurren were among the goals for the St.Macartans with their keeper Conor McAleer in fine form saving a number of shots from Carrickmore.

Aghyaran led Tattyreagh 2-2 to 0-7 at home at halftime but in the second half the visitors got on top to run out winners. Aghyaran had strong performances in defence from Eoghan O’Neill and Adam Baird with Oisin Moss excellent in defence as well. Jamie Byrne weighed in with 1-2 for the St.Davogs with Charlie Byrne 1-1, Liam Connolly 1-0 and Daithi McHugh 0-1 their other marksmen on the day.

Dungannon got the better of an under strength Cookstown side in a contest were goals ultimately proved to be the difference between the two teams. After an even enough first half it was the Clarkes who pulled away after the break. Finn Kelly and Cormac Doran played well in defence for the winners with Senan McCann bagging a hat trick of goals, Jamie Neeson getting a brace and Tommy Mullan, Conn O’Donnell and Eoin Rodgers all finding the net as well.

A good start proved key as Edendork ran out emphatic winners away to Moortown. Finn O’Connor, Logan O’Connor, Arthur McKeever, Michael Og Campbell, Ronan Daly and Aaron Devlin all got goals for the winners.

Galbally remain unbeaten but they had to pull out all the stops to edge the verdict against Beragh at Pearse Park, 8-6 to 5-12 the final scoreline. The Red Knights started the better of the two sides but Galbally fought back to lead by two points at the interval. The lead changed hands many times in the second half and Beragh looked to have done enough but two injury time scores including a Tiernan Corrigan goal gave Galbally victory. Best for Galbally were Dara McVeigh, Neil McElroy and Ciaran McCloskey with Jack Devlin, Aidan Farley and Sean Boyle impressing for Beragh.


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