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J & K Coaches U14 League Wrap Up

Tuesday 16.04.2024
Team Talk Mag

In grade 1 Cappagh secured local bragging rights with a 3-8 to 2-5 success at home to neighbours Omagh. Ronan Barton got a brace of goals for the winners with Louis McFadden getting their other major with Caolan McKinny and McFadden featuring among the points. There were great displays from Conall McKenna, Barton and Nico Protsyuk in defence with McKinny, Shea McGinn, Luke Patterson, McFadden and Luke Patterson to the fore up front.


In grade 2 Beragh made the trip to Dungannon and came away with a 1-10 to 2-2 victory. Beragh led 1-5 to 1-1 at halftime with Aidy Farley getting their goal as well as a couple of points and Matty Menagh also on target. In the second half Meenagh, Ronan Conroy and Daniel Curran tagged on points for the winners. There were good performances for the Red Knights from Conor Donnelly, Cillian Lynch, Daniel Curran and Rory Donnelly.


Fintona were 3-8 to 2-5 winners at home to Greencastle. In defence Cahir McClenaghan, James McAtee and Jake Gill stood out for the Pearses while Thomas Colton, Ryan Fee, Thomas Kania, Sean Donnelly and Daniel Colton kept the scoreboard ticking over for them. Callum McKenna 1-2, Fionn Harte 1-1, Sean McGlinchey and Conor Molloy were the Greencastle marksmen with Shea McAleer playing well for the visitors.



Drumragh came out on top at home to Errigal Ciaran, 4-10 to 3-7 the final scoreline. The sides were level at 1-4 each at half-time. Conor Fyffe got Drumragh’s goal, with Matt Gallagher (2), Lorcan Starrs and Cahir Keyes on target with points. Drumragh made a quick start to the second half with another goal from Conor Fyffe, and points from Matt Gallagher and Lorcan Starrs.

Lorcan and Aaron O’Doherty got further goals for Drumragh. Drumragh goalkeeper Lorcan McDevitt made a couple of important saves throughout the second half while Che Corry, Oisin Walsh and Cathal Cafferkey defended well.

Niall Gormley, Eamon Barrett and Ollie Hagan played well for Drumragh too, and were involved in a number of scores. Mark McDermott top scored for Errigal Ciaran with 1-5 to his name with Eddie Loughran and Martin Reinhardt getting their other goals with Matthew McCrystal and James McGinley hitting a point each. There was also good work rate from Cahir Magill, Cillian Curran and Fionn McCaughey.


Owen Roes were in fine scoring form at home to Clonoe. The winners had excellent performances from the Houston brothers Daire and Shea with Luke Doherty top scoring with 1-6 to his name and Eoin Crossan the man of the match.


Kildress and Dromore played out at entertaining stalemate at Gortacladdy, 6-2 to 4-8 the final scoreline. The visitors scored four quick goals with the wind at their backs in the first half but then the Wolfe Tones settled and pulled three goals back through Ruairi Mulgrew (2) and Joseph McIntyre. In the second half Rory Grimes and Caiden Quinn both found the net before Mulgrew completed his hattrick when he hit the top corner of the net with five minutes to go. There were also strong performances from Daniel McKenna, Jason Carlin, McIntyre and Cathal Loughran as well as keeper Caolan Harte who pulled off some good saves. Conor Teague and Patrick O’Neill were very good in the Dromore defence, Joe Corrigan and Alex Peace battled well in midfield and Padraig Edgar, Ronan Colton and Patrick Turner provided most of the scores.



In grade three goals proved crucial as Eskra won 4-4 to 2-6 away to Naomh Brid. Dara McGarvey, Jack McCarroll, Conal Kelly and Cormac McGarvey all found the net for the Emmetts with Dara McGarvey (2), Ruairi O’Hagan and Cormac McGarvey getting their points on a day when Michael Donnelly was very solid in their defence.



Naomh Eoghan turned on the style to win away to Trillick. Paddy Flanagan, Oran Preston, Daithi McNamee and Ben Gillespie got their goals with Alex Pattison, Flanagan, Gillespie and Preston providing points on a day when they had good displays from Ciaran McBrearty, Shay McSorley, Conn Kelly, Shane Doherty and Oran Gallagher.


Drumquin proved too strong for Both Domhnaigh on home soil. Cillian Mullan and Ciaran McLaughlin both got a brace of goals in the first half for the Wolfe Tones and second half majors from Ethan Cassidy and Sean Gormley sealed victory. Darragh Smyth, Jamie Doherty and Aaron Kirk got the Drumquin goals with good displays coming from Darragh Marlow, Emmett Hasson, Conal McGurk, Cahir Conway and Darragh O’Kane.



In grade four Clogher made the long run to Aghyaran where the teams played out an entertaining 4-8 to 3-11 draw. The Eire Ogs had some great scores from Michael McConnell and Eoin Cullinan with Conor Cullinan and Enda Moynagh both playing well too.


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