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Ghost Pizza U14 Wrap Up

Wednesday 03.04.2024
Team Talk Mag
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Donaghmore collected two points in grade one at the weekend when they proved too strong for Cappagh in an entertaining clash at Father Devlin Park. Padraig McAshea, Dara O’Neill, Matthew Hetherington and Kane Jones got the goals for the St.Patricks and they were also among the points as were Padraig Donaghy and Daniel O’Neill on a day when there were good performances from Eoin Winters and Jack McCann.

 

 

In grade two Clonoe were in fine goal scoring form as they took the spoils from their trip to Dungannon. Eoin Ferguson, John Joe Taggart, Eoin Colton and Senan Kelly all found the net for the O’Rahillys with Charlie Taggart, Jamie Coney and Luaran Clements featuring among the points on a day when the winners had good displays from keeper Charlie Fox and defenders Sean Loughran and Shane O’Neill.

 

Coalisland bagged four goals but they still had nothing to show for their efforts against Dromore. Arnie Irzikevicius and Naoise Woods were excellent for the Fianna while Naoise Woods weighed in with some fine scores for them.

 

 

In grade three Naomh Brid and Moortown served up a cracking derby encounter which the St.Malachys managed to edge on a 4-10 to 5-5 scoreline. Moortown led 3-6 to 1-3 at halftime with midfielder Caolan McKee getting Naomh Brid’s goal as well as a brace of points with Enda McMullan their other marksman. On the restart McKee scored another two goals, one from the penalty spot, to close the gap. Moortown responded with a goal of their own to move eight clear and despite a late rally that yielded goals from Charlie Fee and Aaron Beggs their efforts were in vain. Caolan McKee was outstanding in midfield throughout with Caolan McGahan very strong in goals and there were notable performances from Jack McCrory in defence and a great attacking impact off the bench from Harry McVeigh.

 

 

Moy returned to winning ways thanks to a good performance away to a determined Pomeroy side. Joe McKearney and Jack Harvey had early points for the visitors before Conor Kerr and Harvey both bagged goals. Rory McCool and Daithi Devlin were commanding in the Moy defence with Harvey and Kerr both getting in for further goals to leave it 3-3 to 1-2 at halftime. Kerr and Charlie Conroy had early second half points for Moy and with Matty Kane and Tiarnan McGlone gaining the upper hand in defence Moy pushed on. Harvey raised another green flag with Donal Devlin also finding the net. Eunan Lavery was a man of the match contender with Finn O’Neill, Kerr and Conor Garry o the fore as well. Right at the end a Pomeroy attack was broken up and Moy countered for McKearney to complete the scoring with a well taken major.

 

Rock were another side in fine scoring form as they made home advantage count against Eskra. Daryl Owens and Caolan Quinn accounted for most of the Rock scores between them with good performances coming from Shea Conway and Dylan Quinn in defence.

 

 

In grade 4 Stewartstown secured local bragging rights at home to neighbours Brackaville. Jack Devlin hit 1-4 for the Harps with centre half forward Killian Armour weighing in with 1-3 and corner forwards Jake McElhatton and Patrick Devlin getting a brace of points apiece. Shane Talbot 0-3, Joseph Gillis 0-2 and Conan Coyle 0-1 were the Brackaville marksmen with Riley Lawrence, Finn Currie, Dara Fox and Jack O’Donnell playing well for them.

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