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Ghost Pizza U16 Championship Wrap Up

Tuesday 27.06.2023
Team Talk Mag
Club


Moy put up a brave performance against Errigal Ciaran in the grade one championship quarter final before losing out at Dunmoyle. Liam McGeary top scored for the visitors with half a dozen points with Harry Harvey weighing in with 1-2 and Caolan McCreilly and Eoghan McGlone their other scorers. Shea McDermott was in sparking form for the winners with his haul including a brace of goals with Charlie Maguire and Ciaran Mullin also finding the net.

 

Cookstown are through to the last four as well after a convincing win over Galbally. It was level pegging at the end of the opening quarter but then from there until halftime Cookstown landed ten unanswered points to take a grip on proceedings that they never looked like losing. Daniel Ward and Charlie McElkerney both found the net for the Father Rocks with Jack McElhone, Darragh McHugh, Ward and McElkerney featuring among the points. Ross Morgan, Matthew Hughes and Tiernan Corrigan were among the points for the Pearses with the latter also getting a goal.

 

Eglish are in pursuit of the Grade two double and after winning the league title they are now through to the last four of the championship after beating Beragh. The Red Knights had the wind at their backs in the first half and they led by two points early on and could have been further in front. Points from Ronan Quinn and Brian Og McGuckin kept Eglish in touch before they got on top to lead 0-8 to 0-4 at the break. The first score of the second half was a goal from Rory O’Donnell and Eglish never looked back. Ross Daly, McGuckin and Karol Donnelly tagged on points with Daly also finding the net. It was a good all round display from the winners with Joe Makin and James Daly in defence, Ross Daly in midfield and O’Donnell up front to the fore. Eoghan Donnelly 0-4, Cathal Farley 0-3, Eoghan Mullan 0-2, Aidy Farley 0-1 and Cathaoir Kelly 0-1 were the Beragh scorers on a day when Cathal Farley, Eoghan Donnelly, Oisin Kelly, Daire McSorley, Aidy Farley and Oisin Porter were their better players.

 

Pomeroy made it through as well after a 3-15 to 3-7 success away to Edendork. Ryan McCallan was in superb form for the Plunketts with 2-8 to his name with Peter McGoldrick notching 1-4 and Ronan Fitzgerald grabbing their other three points on the day.

 

Having won the Development league Cookstown are pushing for a possible double and they are into the championship semi finals after beating Errigal Ciaran. Rian Coey, Lorcan McDermott, Jake Doris, Anelson De Silva and Frankie Pallett were among their goals.

 

 

Brackaville are into the grade four final after goals proved the difference away to Clogher. Callum Coyle, Ryan O’Neill and Conor McGuigan got the goals for the Roes with James Gillis, Marc Thompson, O’Neill and Sean Daly supplying points on a day when Conor Cullen, Finn Canning and Ross Carberry all played well for the winners.

 

 

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