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Ghost Pizza U16 League Wrap Up
Ardboe continue to lead the way at the top of the Grade one table after they made it seven wins from seven games with victory away to Donaghmore. Darragh Muldoon and Darragh Devlin were among the goals for the Rossas with Davin McKeown (5) and Dylan Devlin (4) in fine point scoring form. Donaghmore had started the game well with goals from Conall Heron and Ruairi O’Neill before Ardboe responded to assume control of proceedings. Heron and Matthew Hamill both found the net in the second half for the home side on a day when they had good displays from O’Neill, Heron and Ryan Conroy.
It finished all square in a high scoring encounter between Moy and Dromore, 3-11 each. Caolan Corr, Lorcan Lavery, Eoghan McGlone, Liam McGeary, Harry Harvey and Diarmuid Quinn all supplied points for Moy. Harvey and McGeary got their goals while there were also good performances from Lorcan Gildernew, Matas Rumsevicius and keeper Tom McKearney who made a number of good saves.
Carrickmore are joint third in the table after a hard earned win over Cookstown at Paddy Cullen Park, 2-8 to 2-5 the final scoreline. Michael McCallan, Vincent Gormley and Shea Munroe were among the scorers for the St.Colmcilles with the winners also having good displays from the likes of Seenan Munroe, Sean Donnelly and Pheilm McCrory. Jack McElhone and Charlie McElkerney got the goals and Rian McIvor, Lorcan McMurray and Eoin Long were among the points for a Father Rocks side who are joint fourth in the table in the pursuit of a quarter final place.
Both Domhnaigh lead the way at the summit of the Grade two table after an impressive display saw them get the better of Na Doiri Oga on home soil. Mark Kennedy was in outstanding form for the home side with 2-6 to his name with Nathan McGrinder, James Kelly and Michael McGarvey weighing in with a goal each and Pearse McBride (4) and Lucas McGarvey (2) featuring among the points. The hosts defence and midfield were superb throughout and that was exemplified by a brilliant late interception from corner back Peadar O’Neill to save a goal. Andre Devlin, Conor McCann and Caolan Hamill were among the visitors best performers on the day.
Eglish are joint third in the table and just two points off the pace after an eye catching win at home to Edendork. Ross and Matthew Daly both found the net for the St.Patricks with Dominic Oliver claiming five points with other scores coming from Brian Og McGuckin who was excellent throughout the game. Top performers in defence for Eglish were Killian Quinn, Christopher Gildernew and James Daly with Oliver, Ross Daly and the two Matthew Dalys all to the fore as well. John McLernon and James Canning were among the Edendork scorers with Cathair McGurk and Aidan Lamrani playing well for the St.Malachys.
Pomeroy are also in joint third place in the table but they do have a game in hand on the sides above them after being held to a 2-9 to 1-12 draw away to Killeeshil. Peter McGoldrick top scored for the Plunketts with 0-8 to his name with Paudie Slane bagging their goal and Ronan Fitzgerald (3) and Ryan McCallan their other marksmen in the game.
After a few battling displays Dungannon finally got their first points on the board with a fine victory away to Strabane. Centre half forward Daniel McKenna was in fine form for the Clarkes with 2-4 to his name and he was well assisted by Eoghan Donnelly, Conall Bell and Eoin Spence who all added goals. Senan McCann, Sean Og O’Donnell and Max McKenna all featured among the points in a good all round team performance on a day when Fiachra McGrath, Eoghan Cowan, Caolan McGrath and Eoin McNulty all excelled for the winners. Only one player for the Sigersons managed to get on the scoresheet with Oran White finishing with an impressive haul of 2-5 to his name.
Coalisland made it seven wins from eight to lead the top of the Grade three table as they proved too strong for visiting Eskra at Father Campbell Park. Oran Nixon and Odhran McAlinden were to the fore in the scoring stakes for the Fianna with Conor Timlin also playing well up front and Nathan Haynes and Shea Sommerville standing out in defence.
A third win of the campaign for Rock keeps them in the mix for a quarter final spot after they won away to Urney. The twin threat of Odhran Carroll (3-3) and Caomhan Daly (2-5) were to the fore for Rock with Conor Owens also getting a goal and Callum Hughes and Michael Kelly supplying points. Dylan Quinn also had a solid game in defence for the winners as did Hughes in midfield. Jack Langan, Cori McCrea and Jamie Finley got the Urney goals on a day when they had good displays from Conor Redstone, Aidan Devine, Finley and Langan.
Cookstown continue to lead the Development League table despite suffering a first defeat of the campaign at home to Carrickmore at the weekend. Brendan Mulgrew (1-3), Rian Coey (2-0), Aidan McElhatton (1-1), Rory McAleer (1-1), Lorcan McDermott (0-2), Conan Gormley and Colm Casey were the scorers for the Father Rocks. Brayden McNally and Conor McElholm were among the scorers for Carrickmore while they had good performances from Oisin Conlan, Paudi McCallan and Niall Morris to leave them one of three sides in joint second place and just two points off the pace.
Clonoe are in second spot as well after proving too strong for Cappagh at O’Rahilly Park. Ciaran Murray, Pauric Taggart, Conor Kelly, Brian Lavery and Ben O’Neill all found the net for Clonoe on a day when they also had good performances from Rhys O’Neill and Fionn Hughes.
Donaghmore put in a battling display away to Omagh before going down on a 4-7 to 2-7 scoreline. Dara O’Neill got both of the goals for the St.Patricks with Pol McQuaid landing a superb point while they also had good performances from Sean Molloy, Joey Kelly and Adam Collins.
Brackaville are sitting nicely in third place in the Grade for table after a resounding win at home to Clogher. James Gillis top scored for the Roes with 2-5 to his name with Marc Thompson (1-3), Ryan O’Neill (1-2), Cailum Coyle (1-1), Aaron Callan and Sean Daly all on target as well.