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Ghost Pizza U16 Wrap Up

Tuesday 16.05.2023
Team Talk Mag

Ardboe ensured top spot in their section in grade one as they made it eleven wins from eleven starts but they were pushed all the way by Moy. Ruairi O’Neill 1-3, Darragh Devlin 0-5, Davin McKeown 0-3 and Thomas Kelly Watt were among the scorers for the Rossas who had keeper Conor McMurray to thank for three fantastic saves including a second half penalty as it finished 3-15 to 5-7.


With one game left to play Cookstown are in joint fourth place in pursuit of a home quarter final after they won 0-18 to 1-10 at home to Clonoe. Eoin Long top scored for the Father Rocks with 0-7 to his name while Lorcan McMurray got 0-6, Yasin Baba 0-2, Lorcan McDermott 0-1, Mark Devlin 0-1 and Rian McIvor 0-1. Eoin Mansell top scored for the Rahillys with 1-5 to his name with TJ O’Neill 0-3, James Adamson and Eunan Shields also on target while Eoin Ferguson played well too.


Carrickmore are the other side in joint fourth place with one game left to play as well after winning 2-15 to 2-9 at Father Devlin Park against Donaghmore. Vincent Gormley, Ryan Donaghy and Pogie Donaghy were among the scorers for the St.Colmcilles while Padraig McCrystal, Pheilm McCrory and Seenan Monroe all played well. Eoghan Donaghy got both goals for the St.Patricks with good displays coming from Ryan Conroy and Joe Haughey.


Galbally completed their league campaign with a good 6-12 to 5-10 victory away to Loughmacrory. Martin Hurson weighed in with 1-6 for the Pearses with Ronan Carberry 1-2, Finbar Quinn 1-1, Ross Morgan 1-1, Gavin McVeigh 1-0, Cillian Walker 1-0, Leo Quinn and Matthew Hughes their other marksmen on the day.


Eglish are joint top of the grade two table and have secured home advantage in the league quarter finals after beating Strabane 4-17 to 2-10. The winners had first half points from Ross Daly, Matthew Daly and Brian Og McGuckin and good defensive displays from Conan Campbell and James Daly. Strabane started the second half on top and won two penalties but one of them was saved by Eglish keeper Ronan Donnelly. Substitute Matthew Daly then fired in a brace of goals and Ross Daly and Ronan Quinn tagged on points before a late well taken Eoin Devlin goal. Oran White, Rian Patton, Thomas Rooney and Shaun McGinley had points for the Sigersons with White taking both of their spot kicks.



Edendork made the trip to Gortacladdy to play Kildress with both sides scoring five goals and the visitors coming out on top on a 5-9 to 5-3 scoreline with the likes of Conor Mallon, John McLernon and Logan O’Connor all on target.


Both Domhnaigh secured a home quarter final after beating Pomeroy 3-7 to 1-5 to leave the Plunketts needing to win their last game in order to finish in the top four themselves. Peter McGoldrick weighed in with 1-2 for Pomeroy with Ronan Fitzpatrick landing a brace of points and Aidan Devlin also on target.  Mark Kennedy got a brace of goals for the home side with Nathan McGrinder also raising a green flag.


Aghaloo are the new leaders in grade four after a resounding win at home to Aghyaran. Connor Quinn and Darren McAnespie did the baulk of the scoring for Aghaloo in the first half with Tiarnan McCarron continuing his brilliant run of form of late with an early goal. There were also some excellent first half performances from keeper Eoin Sweeney, Eoghan Boyle and Shane Kelly in defence, Jay McKenna Douglas at midfield and Peter McCreedy and Senan Treanor up front. Aghaloo picked up where they had left off on the restart with several players impressing including Patrick Sherry and Mark Gildernew with some superb scores while the introduction of Daniel McGee and Dylan Connolly gave the home side complete control in midfield. McAnespie and Quinn added further points with Daniel McGee also getting in on the scoring act. Aghyaran put in a spirited performance with scores coming through Christopher McGlinchey with Conan Duggan, Liam Byrne and Cahir Moss to the fore.



Brackaville moved into joint second place after beating the side that they share that spot with, Castlederg. James Gillis was in fine scoring form for the Roes with 2-5 to his name with Ryan O’Neill 1-3, Cailum Coyle 0-3, Sean Daly and Conor Cullen their other marksmen on the day.




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