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Ghost Pizza U14 League Wrap Up

Tuesday 15.08.2023
Team Talk Mag

In Grade 1 Ardboe had an impressive win at home to Eglish. Conan Doris, Delaney Lavery, Ciaran McKeown and Odhran Coleman were among the scorers for the Rossas with good performances also coming from Ruairi O’Neill, Luke Muldoon and Jack Muldoon. Notable performances from Eglish on the day came from Brian Og McGuckin, Daithi Corrigan and Jayden Flatley.


Carrickmore came away with the spoils on their trip to Dungannon thanks to scores from Sean Slane, Sean Donnelly, Brayden McNally, Vincent Gormley and Fionan Magill. The Clarkes only trailed by a point at the break but the visitors upped the tempo after that. Eoin Spence got a brace of goals for Dungannon with Eoin Rodgers getting their other major and Senan McCann contributing four points.


Galbally suffered their first defeat of the campaign when Loughmacrory won at Pearse Park in a clash that saw both sides score five goals. Galbally left themselves with a lot of work to do in the second half but they rallied to close the gap. Ciaran McCloskey scored two goals with James Carberry also finding the net and Tiernan Corrigan featuring among the points. Best for the Pearses on the day were Odhran McGeary, Jaiden Dorman, Ciaran McCloskey and Dara McVeigh.




In Grade 2 Na Doiri Oga came from a dozen points down in the opening quarter to win away to Kildress. All of the winners forwards were on target as well as half back Caedon Coary. Team Captain Matthew McGuigan rallied his side as they held Kildress scoreless in the second half with midfielders Fiontann Hughes and Charlie Bell to the fore. Cathair Campbell, Corbin O’Neill, Ben McGuigan, Matthew McGuigan, Caedon Coary and Fiontann Hughes were among the marksmen for the winners.


Pomeroy were beaten by a strong Omagh side despite points for the Plunketts from Cahir Slane and Padraig Murphy and a good display from Adriana Berlowski. Goals proved crucial for Edendork in their victory over Clann na Gael. Finn O’Connor raised a green flag in each half with Senan McMullan and Eamon Jordan also finding the net while Logan O’Connor [3] and Eamon Jordan [2] were their point scorers. The winners had good displays from Michael Og Campbell, Charlie Coney, Cormac Currie and Senan McMullan.


Donaghmore scored 5-11 but still finished up with nothing to show for their efforts against Fintona. Dara O’Neill bagged a hattrick of goals for the St.Patricks with Ryan Hughes and Adam Collins also finding the net and Frankie McGoldrick playing well.




In Grade three Coalisland made the short trip to play Naomh Brid and came home with the two league points in the bag. Conor Timlin was in fine form for the Fianna scoring 1-3 in the first half and tagging on another 2-5 after the break. Brendan Fee weighed in with 1-3 with Dilly Hamilton chipping in with a few scores as well on a day when they also had good displays from Fionnan Woods, Caolan Crawford, Parker Gribben and Peter O’Neill. Caolan McKee put in a strong performance in midfield for Naomh Brid and Aidan Quinn’s driving runs from centre half back caused Coalisland plenty of problems. Charlie Fee, James McParland, Ryan Corr and Ethan Hughes all played well for them too.


Moortown lost out at home to a strong Eskra side. Emmett Kelly, Timmy Kelly and Keelan Crozier got the goals for the St.Malachys with Tiernan O’Neill playing well in their defence. Rock played out a thrilling stalemate with Both Domhnaigh, 5-10 to 3-16 the final scoreline. Fionn Daly and Callum Hughes shared the goals for Rock with Aodhan Loughran and Shea Conway featuring among the points and good defensive work from Micheal Kirwan.



Brackaville were in fine scoring form as they proved too strong for a gallant Clogher side. Ryan O’Neill top scored for the Roes with 4-4 to his name with Keenlan Herron, Aaron Callan and Erikas also on target while Dara Gillis, Matthew Fox, Shea Comac and Seimi Currie all played well. Patrick Kennedy got the Clogher goal with Caden Nobel and Eoin Cullinan playing well for the Eire Ogs.



In the Development league Cookstown came out on top against Fintona. The Father Rocks scorers were Jake Mulligan 1-4, Tiernan Gormley 2-1, Sean Marty Rodgers 2-0, Matthew Ward 1-1, Brian Dudek 1-0, Cathal McKeever 0-1 and Harry Eastwood 0-1.


Ardboe were unlucky to lose out in a thriller against Carrickmore, 3-10 to 6-7 the final scoreline. Caidan Hancock and Jack McGuigan were among the Ardboe scorers on the day with Caden Doris, Eoin McKeown, Harry Quinn and Sean O’Neill all playing well for the hosts.



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