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Ghost Pizza U14 Wrap Up

Wednesday 01.05.2024
Team Talk Mag

Galbally remain unbeaten in Grade 1 after securing victory away to Loughmacrory. Finbar Quinn, Marcus McLaughlin, Neil McElroy, Caolan Vincent and Dara McVeigh all notched goals for the Pearses on a night when they had good performances from Daniel McCrory and Jaiden Dorman.


Donaghmore racked up an impressive 5-15 on their travels to Carrickmore but still ended up losing by the minimum margin. Padraig McAshea scored a hattrick of goals for the visitors with Adam Collins getting two majors as well with Michael Hetherington and Reece Jones both playing well.


Ardboe proved too strong for Cookstown. Odhran Coleman led the way in the scoring stakes for the Rossas with good displays coming from Senan Devlin, Joseph Gillespie, Jimmy Canavan and Jack Muldoon.


In Grade 2 Dungannon had the minimum to spare over Greencastle at O’Neill Park, 2-5 to 3-1 the final scoreline. Jamie Neeson and Donnacha McHugh got the goals for the Clarkes with keeper Joe Begley denying the visitors on a few occasions late on. With the contest level up popped Ellis McCullough with the winning point.


Clonoe had a narrow 2-9 to 2-7 win over Kildress at O’Rahilly Park. A first half goal from Eoin Colton coupled with one after the break from Eoin Ferguson saw the Rahillys lead by eight points at one stage only to be pegged back by the Wolfe Tones. Conor Magee, Conor O’Neill, Peter Lavery, Conor Coney and Charlie Fox all played well for the winners. Han


Coalisland lost out on their trip to Beragh. Arunas Irzikevicius and Dylan Devlin scored the Fianna goals with Fionnan and Naoise Woods featuring among their points while Parker Gribben, Cathair Kernighan and Conan Carty had good games in their defence.



In Grade three Naomh Brid won a high scoring encounter with Moy in Brocagh. Caolan McKee was sublime in midfield for the winners contributing goals and points and he was well supported in attack by Odhran Mallon and Harry McVeigh. Naomh Brid also had good displays in defence from James McCloskey, Ethan Hughes and Senan Daly.


Rock lost out away to Killeeshil but despite suffering their first defeat of the season they had good performances from Ruairi Tally and Hayden Martin in defence while Shea Conway, Daryl Owens and Ruairi O’Hagan all weighed in with scores.


Pomeroy produced a strong second half display to win away to Edendork. The sides were level at the break with Ryan McWilliams, Mickey Nugent and Padraig Murphy among the points for the Plunketts. In the second half the visitors had goals from Jake O’Kane, Murphy, Nugent, Finn McCaul and Shea Harte to emerge winners.


In Grade four Brackaville lost narrowly at home to Clann na Gael, 4-6 to 4-9. Adam Callan got a brace of goals for the Roes with Semi Currie and Joseph Gillis also finding the net on a day when Padraig Morgan and Dara Fox both played well for the hosts.


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