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Ghost Pizza U16 Wrap Up

Tuesday 02.05.2023
Team Talk Mag

Cookstown returned to winning ways with a convincing win away to Omagh and are joint third in the grade one table as they chase a quarter final spot. Eoin Long was in fine scoring form for the Father Rocks with 1-6 to his name and their other marksmen on the night were Charlie McElkerney 1-3, Karl Wawreynkiewicz 0-4, Shane Corrigan 1-0, Lorcan McDermott 1-0, Darragh McHugh 0-1, Rian McIvor 0-1 and Jack McElhone 0-1.


Moy had the minimum to spare over Galbally at Pearse Park to move above their opponents in the table, 2-8 to 1-12 the final scoreline. Cathaoir Hughes weighed in with 0-7 for the winners with Diarmuid Quinn getting their goal and Matas Rumsevicius 2, Lorcan Lavery, Harry Harvey and Eoghan McGlone also on target on a night when they also had good performances from Cormac Brown and Caolan McCreilly. Enda Cush and Leo Quinn found the net for the Pearses with Matthew Hughes, Martin Hurson, Tiernan Corrigan and Finbar Quinn sharing their points between them.


Donaghmore are one of three sides level in the table on ten points after they recorded a good 4-12 to 2-13 win away to Trillick. Eoghan Donnelly hit a brace of goals for the St.Patricks with Ruairi O’Neill and Matthew Hamill also finding the net and Larry Shields and Henry McQuaid standing out in defence. Fintan Doyle and Christy McGurren got the goals for the St.Macartans.



In grade two Eglish moved joint top of the table thanks to a good double scores victory away to neighbours Dungannon. The sides were level at the break 0-6 apiece but Eglish were the better team in the second period. Brian Og McGuckin, Ross Daly and Matthew Daly were among the points for Eglish with James Daly outstanding throughout at centre half back. Matthew Daly moved to full forward in the second half for the visitors and his brace of goals went a long way to securing victory. Fiachra McGrath, Dara McIntosh and Caolan McGrath were to the fore for the Clarkes in defence with Sean Og O’Donnell and Eoghan Donnelly working tirelessly up front. Dungannon’s best player on the night was midfielder Eoin Spence who contributed two points with Eoin McNulty, Daniel McKenna, Senan McCann and Conall Bell all providing scores as well.


Pomeroy are one of three sides who are joint top after they edged past neighbours Kildress on a 1-14 to 1-10 scoreline. Peter McGoldrick led the way in the scoring stakes for the Plunketts with 1-6 to his name with Ronan Fitzgerald 0-4, Ryan McCallan 0-3 and Paudie Slane their other marksmen on the day. Conleth Devlin got the goal for the Wolfe Tones with Eoin McGurk landing a number of points for them.


Na Doiri Oga are still well placed to reach the knockout quarter finals after they denied Beragh the chance to go top of the table thanks to a superb 2-11 to 1-11 victory. Andre Devlin was the key man in attack for the winners with full back Dara O’Hagan, Patrick Devlin and man of the match Odhran Gordon all standing out as well. Edendork scored a healthy 3-13 at home but they still lost out to Killeeshil, Conor Mallon, John McLernon and Ronan Daly all playing well for the St.Malachys.



Stewartstown remain unbeaten and are now joint top of the Grade 3 table after a comfortable win away to Owen Roes. Odhran Robinson scored 2-1 for the Harps with Conan McCullagh and Rian Biggs contributing 1-3 apiece while Tomas Coyle also bagged a goal and Michael Hughes (2) and James Hughes were among the points.


The game of the day in this grade saw Drumragh manage to edge the verdict at home to Coalisland on a 3-8 to 1-13 scoreline to go joint top of the table although the Fianna are just a point off the pace despite this reversal. Dylan Lowry, Aidan McCarney and Conor Gormley were the Sarsfields goal scorers while Reece Fee and Oran Nixon both scored well for the Fianna with good performances coming from Daithi Campbell and Shea Sommerville.



Clonoe are one of three sides who are joint top of the Development League table after they secured an emphatic victory at Donaghmore. Brian Lavery, Paddy Joe Hughes and Jack O’Neill were the goal scorers for the Rahillys with Ciaran Murray and James Henry Murphy both playing well for them.



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