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J & K Coaches U14 Wrap Up

Wednesday 01.05.2024
Team Talk Mag

In Grade 1 Loughmacrory lost out at home to Galbally. Jamie Mullan and Pearse Kelly were among the scorers for the St.Theresas with Oisin McAnespie playing well in their defence.


Cappagh were unlucky not to take something from their trip to Eglish were they lost out by the minimum margin, 5-11 to 6-7. Ronan Barton, Shea McGinn, Ronan Broderick and Luke Patterson all scored goals for the visitors with McGinn and Barton getting points as well as Caolan McKinney.


In grade two Errigal Ciaran made home advantage count against Fintona. Mark McDermott was in superb form for the winners with 3-9 to his name with Conor McCrystal 2-0, James McAnenly 1-2, James McGinley 0-3, Cahir Magill 0-1 and Gavin McAnenly 0-1 their other marksmen while there were good defensive displays from Shea Devine and Niall Kelly. Fintona battled hard despite being without a number of regulars. James McAtee, Jake Gill, Ordhan Goodman and Senan Goodman all worked hard in defence with Ryan Fee, Thomas Colton and Eunan Kelly featuring among their scorers. When the youngest substitutes Peadar Bennett and Anthony Donnelly came on they injected plenty of energy into the team with Anthony scoring his first goal at this level.


Owen Roes scored 4-7 away to Na Doire Oga but still ended up with nothing to show for their efforts. Lorcan Kelly and Bobby Jack O’Neill played well for the visitors with Luke Doherty top scoring with 1-6 to his name, five of those points coming from frees.


Drumragh edged the verdict 4-12 to 5-6 away to neighbours Dromore. Lorcan Starrs 1-4, Matt Gallagher 0-5, Conor Fyffe 1-1, Ollie Hagan 1-1, Niall Gormley 1-0 and Eamon Barrett were the marksmen for the Sarsfields. Alex Peace, Paul Hannigan and Sean Colton were strong in defence for Dromore with Joseph Corrigan having a great game in midfield and Patrick Turner, Ronan Colton and Matthew Molloy featuring among their scorers.


Beragh proved too strong at home for a determined Coalisland side. First half goals from Ronan Conroy, Enda Teague and Gaelin Carr coupled with points from Matty Meenagh, Aidan Farley and Conroy left the Red Knights in control at the interval. A second half goal from Ronan O’Loane capped a good win for a Beragh side who had good performances from Martin McNamee, Carr and Rory Sheridan.



In Grade three goals won the day for Both Domhnaigh at home to Strabane at the weekend. Rian McCullagh was excellent in nets for the winners with defenders Tiarnan Teague and Ronan McGarvey also playing well with Jamie Doherty 3-0, Darragh Smyth 2-3, Shea O’Neill 1-3, Darragh Kane 1-0 and Emmett Hasson 0-1 getting their scores.


Naomh Eoghan won away to Tattyreagh in a high scoring encounter. Paddy Flanagan, Alex Pattison and Ben Gillespie were among the goals for the winners with Oran Gallagher, Conn Kelly and Darragh McHugh contributing points with Jace Harpur, Darragh McHugh, Shay McSorley and Caolan Durey all playing well.


Castlederg continued their good form with a comfortable win away to Strabane. Caidan Harold top scored for the St.Eugenes with 3-5 to his name with Kian McMenamin 1-3, Lorcan McHugh, 0-4, Fionn Gormley 1-1, Oisin Harvey 0-3, James McCrab 0-2 and Caidan Keenan 0-1their other marksmen on a day when Diego Lara also played well for the winners.


On Monday night Both Domhnaigh edged a thriller away to Trillick, 6-10 to 5-14 the final scoreline. Darragh Smyth top scored for the winners with 2-6 to his name with his haul including a late goal. Calvin Lynch, Shea O’Neill and Darragh O’Kane all weighed in with 1-1 each with Emmett Hasson contributing a brace of points and PJ Bradley, Jamie Clarke and Jamie Doherty all on target as well in a contest were centre half forward Finton Ellis was excellent. Daithi McGurren, Shea McNabb and James McDonnell were solid in defence for Trillick with Matthew Farry and Shea Donnelly both a constant threat in their forward line. Donnelly, Farry, Billy McElholm and Braonain O’Kane got the Trillick goals with Tomas McElholm contributing a number of points.



Goals won the day as Aghyaran accounted for Urney on home soil in Grade four. Excellent displays in defence from Flynn Browne, Oisin Connolly and Tiarnan Catterson helped lay the foundations for the win. Daithi McHugh grabbed four goals for the St.Davogs with Liam Connolly 2-1, Charlie Byrne 1-2, Garbhan O’Donnell 0-2 and Daithi Gormley 0-1 their other scorers. Harry Sweeney and Bouydae Lafferty both scored 1-3 for Urney with Riley Molloy getting their other point.






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