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GHOST PIZZA U14 League Wrap Up

Thursday 24.08.2023
Team Talk Mag
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In Grade 1 Eglish edged out Galbally at home in a high scoring encounter. The Pearses had the wind at their backs in the first half at Connolly Park and they made it count to establish a six point advantage. After the break Eglish upped the ante with scores from Brian Og McGuckin, Matthew Daly, Joe Mackin and Ryan Gildernew helping them secure a 2-19 to 5-7 victory. Tiernan Corrigan, Finbarr Quinn, Fintan McVeigh and Kieran McDonald all found the net for the visitors with Corrigan, Quinn and Joseph Moylan among the points.

Clonoe had the minimum to spare over Dungannon at O’Rahilly Park on a 2-13 to 3-9 scoreline. Eoin Ferguson scored both goals for the winners as well as a few points with Ben O’Neill, Dylan Doris, Feidhlim O’Hagan and Jack O’Neill on target as well while Thomas Loughran and Ryan Connolly also performed well in defence. Dungannon trailed by six points at the break and despite closing the gap in the second period they couldn’t get on level terms with Eoin Spence notching a brace of goals and Thomas Slater also finding the net.

In Grade 2 Donaghmore proved too strong for Na Doiri Oga at Father Devlin Park. Dara O’Neill, Matthew Hetherington, Padraig McAshea and Jack McCann all scored goals for the home side with really strong performances coming from Michael Hetherington, Padraig Donaghy and McAshea. Na Doiri Oga were missing a few regulars but they put up a spirited display with James Carron, Dara Hamill, Fionn Rea and Charlie Bell to the fore with Corbin O’Neill and Cathair Campbell among their scorers.

Pomeroy were doubly engaged over the weekend with contrasting results. They lost out to Dromore with Odhran Barrett leading the way in the scoring stakes for them with Aidan Kennedy and Cahir Slean playing well. They bounced back when collecting their first win of the campaign with a hard earned 5-5 to 4-6 result at home to neighbours Kildress. Odhran Barrett once again emerged as the Plunketts top scorer with his brother Pearse also playing well.

Edendork lost out at home to a strong Fintona side. Finn O’Connor got the St.Malachys goal with Eamon Jordan, Ronan Daly and Logan O’Connor featuring among their points with good performances coming from Jamie Quinn, Michael Og Campbell and keeper Patrick Harvey who pulled off some fine saves.

In Grade three Rock emerged emphatic winners away to Naomh Eoghan. Aodhan Loughran, Callum Hughes and Fionn Daly all featured prominently among the scorers for the St.Patricks with Dylan Quinn and Shea Conway also playing well for them.

Killeeshil battled hard at home against Strabane before coming up just short against the visitors. Charlie Hughes, Pearse Devlin and Luke Keown got the Killeeshil goals with points coming from Eoghan Gormley, Cathair Hughes and Sean Carty.

Coalisland came up against an inform Owen Roes side at Father Campbell Park at the weekend. Conor Timlin got all six points for the Fianna with Arijius and Callum Devlin playing well in their defence.

In the Development League Ardboe produced a high scoring win away to Kildress. The main scorers on the day for the Rossas were Tommy O’Hare and Caidan Hancock with Shea Canavan and Caden Devlin among their best performers.

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