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J& K Coaches U14 Championship Wrap Up

Thursday 13.06.2024
Team Talk Mag
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In Grade one Carrickmore made the short journey to Pearse Park to take on Galbally but despite leading at one time in the first half they ended up losing out after a battling display. Brayden McNally [1-2], Seanie Slane [1-1] and Eoin Conlon [1-0] were the scorers for the St.Colmcilles on a day when they had good displays from Cathal Og McCallan, McNally and Finbarr Donaghy.


Cappagh played host to neighbours Omagh and in a close encounter they went through on a 1-13 to 2-6 scoreline. Caolan McKinney and Shea McGinn both scored half a dozen points for Cappagh with Ronan Barton grabbing their goal and Aiden Meenan also on target. Cappagh keeper Conall Sweeney made some great saves with Conall McKenna, Tom Morgan and Barton to the fore in defence with Shea Collins and Luke Patterson offering great support in attack to McGinn and McKinney.


In Grade 2 Errigal Ciaran advanced to the next round with a comfortable win over Coalisland. Mark McDermott was in fine form hitting 1-5 with Conor McCrystal 2-0, Eddie Loughran 1-0, James McAnenly 1-0, James McGinley 0-2, Finn Maguire 0-1 and Cillian Curran 0-1 their other marksmen. John Donnelly was solid in goals with accurate kickouts as well as making four or five saves while Aaron Nixon, Fionn McCaughey and Shea Devine stood out in their defence. Martin Reinhardt, Cahir Magill and McAnenly battled hard around the middle of the field with Curran and McGinley showing great work rate up front getting scores as well as helping out in defence.



Greencastle were unlucky to bow out after extra time against Dungannon away from home. Sean McGlinchey was outstanding in the halfback line finishing the contest with 3-3 including converting a crucial last gasp free to force extra time after Greencastle had looked in control for long spells in the game. Fionn Harte hit 2-2 with Conor Molloy grabbing a goal while Callum McKenna put in a solid performance coming deep to win possession and driving forward to score 2-1.


League winners Beragh proved too strong for Dromore on home soil. Ronan O’Loane, Aidy Farley, Enda Teague and Ronan Conroy all scored goals for the Red Knights with Matty Meenagh featuring among their points and Rory Sheridan, Cillian Lynch and Sean Boyle all playing well. Conor Teague, Alex Peace and Caolan Donnelly all played well in defence for Dromore, Tomas Goodwin battled hard in midfield while Patrick Turner and Padraig Edgar got their goals.



In Grade 3 Trillick lost out narrowly at home to Edendork, 1-9 to 3-5. Tomas McElholm 0-5, Shea Donnelly 0-3 and Billy McElholm 1-0 were on target with great performances in defence coming from Ryan McGrade, Daithi McGurren and Braonain O’Kane while keeper Sean Farry made a number of superb saves.


Both Domhnaigh were in brilliant goal scoring form at home to Tattyreagh. Tiernan Teague and Emmett Hasson were excellent in defence for the winners with the latter firing in two goals while Jamie Doherty [4], Darragh Smyth [3], PJ Bradley, Shea O’Neill, Jamie Clarke and Darragh O’Kane all found the net as well.


Drumquin were narrowly beaten at home by Rock, 1-8 to 0-14. The visitors led by six points at the break with scores from Cillian Mullan, Sean Gormley and Ciaran McLaughlin keeping the Wolfe Tones in touch. The second half was nip and tuck with both sides battling hard. Points from Jack McCusker and Oran McMenamin coupled with a McCusker goal set up a grandstand finish but their efforts just came up short. Jack McCusker, Peter McCusker, Joe O’Kane, Mark Birney, Sean Gormley, Nathan Lynch, Sean Mimnagh and Conor O’Kane all played well for Drumquin.


Naomh Eoghan entertained Moy at home and despite good performances from Paddy Flanagan, Conn Kelly and Oran Gallagher it was the visitors who advanced to the next round.


In Grade 4 Clogher had good performances from Christopher Coyle and Conor Cullinan while Conor McGuinness and Eoghan Shortt hit some great scores but they still lost out at home to Clann na Gael.


Aghyaran produced a good all round team display to beat Brackaville at home. Ryan McNulty, Charlie Byrne, Daithi McHugh, Garbhan Anderson, Liam Connolly, Garbhan O’Donnell and Dara Glynn were among the scorers for the St.Davogs with good performances coming from keeper Reuben McMenamin, Flynn Browne, Oisin Connolly and Tiarnan Catterson.



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