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Ghost Pizza U14 Championship Wrap Up

Thursday 13.06.2024
Team Talk Mag
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In Grade one Donaghmore travelled to Paddy Cullen Park and came away with a 6-6 to 2-11 win after a cracking encounter. Dara O’Neill, Padraig McAshea, Padraig Donaghy and Jack McCann all weighed in with goals for the visitors with good performances coming from Eoin Winters, Michael Hetherington and Adam Collins. Jake Mulligan top scored for the Father Rocks with 1-2 to his name with Eoin Lennon getting their other goal with Conor Fitzpatrick [2], Matthew Ward [2], Cathair Kelly [2], Matthew McElhatton, Harry Eastwood and James Corrigan all featuring among their points.


Donaghmore will now play neighbours Galbally in the semi Final after the Pearses made home advantage count against Carrickmore. Ciaran McCloskey, Finbar Quinn and Neil McElroy all weighed in with goals for the winners with good performances coming from Daniel McCrory, Lorcan O’Neill and Paudi Hetherington.


In Grade 2 Coalisland were beaten away to Errigal Ciaran. Fionnan Woods top scored for the Fianna with 2-2 to his name with Dylan Devlin and Naoise Woods also getting their names on the scoresheet. Naoise Woods worked tirelessly throughout the game for Coalisland with Tommy O’Neill and Parker Gribben standing out in defence as did Peter O’Neill in attack while keeper Eoghain Rua McShane was brilliant with a number of quality saves.


Dungannon required extra time at O’Neill Park before edging past Greencastle in a thriller, 7-14 to 8-6. The Clarkes trailed by nine points at one stage in the first half before narrowing the gap to four. The hosts were five down with six minutes left to play but goals from Carlos Cassama and Donnacha McHugh had them in front before Greencastle levelled to force extra time. In extra time Stephen Toner landed as couple of points before a well taken Jamie Neeson goal late on sealed victory.


Clonoe lost out to neighbours Na Doire Oga. Eoin Ferguson scored 3-3 for the Rahillys and Eoin Colton got their other 1-1 while Aodhan Donnelly and Conor Magee in defence as well as Conor Coney and JJ Taggart in attack also played well.


In Grade 3 Moortown’s ability to get goals proved key as they got the better of Pomeroy at home. Joshua Coleman hit 2-2 for the winners from midfield, Emmett Kelly converted a penalty and Thomas Kelly bagged a goal and a few points on a day when Dara Mallon as excellent in nets and Luke Ryan very solid in defence throughout.


Edendork had a superb 3-5 to 1-9 victory away to Trillick. Estefanio Conceicao 2-2, Finn O’Connor 1-1, Eamon Jordan and Aaron Devlin were their scorers with Dara McGeary and Jamie Quinn also playing well for the St.Malachys.



Rock had to pull out all the stops to win away to Drumquin on a 0-14 to 1-8 scoreline. Fionn Daly and Aodhan Loughran got the majority of points between them for the winners with great games in defence coming from Ruairi Tally, Ruairi O’Hagan and Hayden Martin.


Killeeshil came out on the right side of a high scoring thriller away to Eskra, 8-10 to 5-16. It was a great team performance from the winners. Lukasz Feja was solid in goals with consistent kickouts finding his teammates while Brendan Quinn and Fin Donnelly never gave an inch in the full back line and Padraig Small and Sean Winters swept everything up and set up attacks from the half back line. Oisin Callaghan and Pearse Devlin drove the team on from midfield with Oisin scoring 1-2 while Luke McCoubrey pulled the strings from centre half forward scoring numerous points from frees and play alongside Jamie Connolly. Charlie Hughes was the main threat in the full forward line scoring five goals.


Moy were another side in fine goal scoring form as they won away to Naomh Eoghan. Moy led by two points at the break thanks to a brace of goals from Jack Harvey and as major from Charlie Conroy. The visitors took control in the second half to run out emphatic winners in the end. Finn O’Neill, Conor Garry, Joe McKearney, Rory McCool, Harvey, Conroy and Donal Devlin all played well for Moy.


In Grade 4 Stewartstown shaded matters by the minimum margin away to Urney, 3-8 to 3-7. Man of the match for the Harps was Jack McElhatton with 04 while Jayden Bloomer notched two goals, Patrick Coyle lorded it in midfield hitting 1-2 and James Wylie and Aidan Park stood out in defence and managed to both get on the scoresheet as well.














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