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Ghost Pizza U14 League Wrap Up

Tuesday 16.04.2024
Team Talk Mag
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In grade one Galbally are still unbeaten following a comfortable victory at home to Cookstown. Finbar Quinn and Marcus McLaughlin were among the goals for the Pearses with James Hurson, Stephen McVeigh, Joseph Quinn and Jayden Dorman all playing well for the winners.

 

Donaghmore were in fine form at home to Eglish as they collected another two league points. Dara O’Neill got a brace of goals for the hosts with Matthew Hetherington also finding the net while Adam Collins and Tiernan Burns were among the points for the winners with Aidan Kelly and Michael Hetherington playing well in their defence.

 

Ardboe were another side in fine scoring form at home as they accounted for Carrickmore. Top scorers on the day for the Rossas were Odhran Coleman, Ciaran McKeown and Coo McKeown while Senan Devlin, Caiden Hancock, Sean O’Neill, Jack McGuigan and Eoin McKeown were their best performers.

 

 

In grade two Na Doire Oga proved too strong for neighbours Coalisland away from home. Dylan Devlin, Tommy O’Neill and Fionnan Woods were the Fianna marksmen with good performances for them coming from Oisin McShane and Parker Gribben.

 

Clonoe travelled to Lifford to take on Owen Roes but despite scoring a respectable 3-10 they still returned home with nothing to show for their efforts. The O’Rahillys led 3-4 to 2-5 at the break with Eoin Ferguson, Eoin Colton and Conor Coney getting their goals. Ferguson, Jamie Coney, JJ Taggart and Kylan Preece all featured among their points with good performances coming from Aodhan Donnelly and Sean Loughran. Only three points separated the sides with five minutes left on the clock but wind assisted Owen Roes finished strongly with 2-3 without reply to take the spoils.

 

Killeeshil were in fine goal scoring form in grade three as they made home advantage count against Moy. It was Killeeshil’s best performance of the campaign to date with exceptional displays all over the field. Finn Donnelly and Niall Corrigan stood out in their defence, Oisin Callaghan and Pearse Devlin were on top in midfield with Jamie Connolly and Charlie Hughes leading the charge up front. There were some great scores during the game from James Russell, Luke Keown, Callaghan, Devlin and Hughes.

 

Rock made the short trip to Plunkett Park to play Pomeroy and they returned home comfortable winners. Caolan Quinn and Cormac McElhatton were among the goals for the St.Patricks with Dylan Quinn and Fionn Daly contributing points with good performances in defence coming from James Donaghy, Ruairi Tally and Ruairi O’Hagan.

 

A strong first half display from Eskra laid the foundations for their narrow 4-4 to 2-6 win away to Naomh Brid. The hosts trailed by eleven points at the interval with Caolan McKee getting both of their scores. It was a much better display from Naomh Brid in the second half as scores from McKee and Odhran Mallon helped peg their opponents back but they ran out of time. Best for Naomh Brid were Jack McCrory and Ethan Hughes in defence, McKee in midfield and Mallon u front.

 

 

Stewartstown emerged convincing winners at home to Clann na Gael. James Hughes hit 1-4 from centre half forward with Killian Armour finishing off his goal brilliantly into the top corner of the net with Patrick Devlin, Jack Devlin and James Wylie providing points. Man of the match for the Harps was centre half back Daire Biggs.

 

Galbally had a good win over Ardboe in the Development League. Joe McCrory, Darsai Quinn, PJ Boyle, Patrick McDonald, Mickey Traynor, Joseph Kelly, Cahir Carberry and Daithi McGeary all played well for the Pearses.

 

 

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