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Ghost Pizza U14 Wrap Up

Tuesday 09.04.2024
Team Talk Mag

Galbally maintained their unbeaten start in grade one with a win away to neighbours Carrickmore. Marcus McLaughlin, Dara McVeigh, Finbar Quinn, Lorcan Quinn and Neil McElroy all got goals for the Pearses with good performances coming from Daniel McCrory, Cathal Mulgrew and keeper Paidi Hetherington.


Donaghmore made the trip to Omagh and can count themselves unlucky not to come home with something to show for their efforts after losing narrowly 4-8 to 3-9. Padraig McAshea, Dara O’Neill and Ryan Hughes were the Donaghmore goal scorers with good displays coming from Conor Dynes in defence and Padraig Donaghy in attack.


Ardboe were emphatic winners away to Eglish. Top scorers on the day for the Rossas were Odhran Coleman and Ciaran McKeown with good performances coming from Eoin McKeown, Conan Doris, Joseph Gillespie and Tommy O’Hare.



In grade two Na Doire Oga made home advantage count against Dungannon as they edged the verdict on a 2-11 to 3-5 scoreline. Fiontann Hughes, Jude O’Boyle and James Carron were among the points for the winners with Ben O’Neill finding the net for them. Sean Toner and Ellis McCullough had points for the Clarkes with Jamie Neeson finding the net a couple of times.


Clonoe secured local bragging rights with a win over neighbours Coalisland at O’Rahilly Park. John Joe Taggart bagged a brace of goals for the winners with Eoin Ferguson and Eoin Colton also finding the net with Ferguson, Taggart and Kylan Preece suppling points and Jamie Coney, Senan Clements and Conor Coney playing well. Parker Gribben scored a goal for the Fianna and Sean McDonald and Fionnan Woods notched points on a day when Peter and Tommy O’Neill played well in the visitors’ defence.


Naomh Brid produced a fine display to win away to Edendork. This was a superb all round team display from the winners with Caolan McKee, James McCluskey and Senan Daly to the fore in the middle sector of the field. McKee and Enda McMullan got their first half goals with Jack McCrory solid in the full back line. Further scores for Naomh Brid in the second half came from Charli McVeigh, Harry McVeigh, McMullan and Odhran Mallon while their keeper Caolan McGahan produced a couple of fine saves.



In grade three Rock’s good run of form continued when they won away to Moy. Eoin McElhatton, Fionn Daly, Ruairi O’Hagan and Shea Conway were among the points for the winners with Michael Kirwan and James McElvogue defending well for them. Joe McKearney bagged the Moy goal but two late Rock majors sealed the win for the St.Patricks.


Goals proved to be key as Moortown won at home against Pomeroy. Substitute Cormac Conlon came off the bench for the St.Malachys to make a telling impact with 3-1 to his name while Emmett Kelly got 1-4 with his goal coming from the [penalty spot. Caiden Martin kicked a couple of points and there were good displays in the Moortown defence from Jacob Ferguson and Tom Dawson. Pomeroy led 1-3 to 0-3 at the break with Odhran Rafferty getting their goal and Finn McCaul and Mickey Nugent supplying points. The Plunketts managed just a single point kin the second half via McCaul.



In the Development league Carrickmore proved too strong for Cookstown. Wing half back JJ Coyle hit 1-4 with Tiernan Gormley and Tiernan Lagan scoring a brace of goals each with Barney Hutton among the points for the Father Rocks.







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