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J & K Coaches U16 League Wrap Up
Carrickmore are one of three sides who are joint second in the grade 1 table after a comfortable win away to Omagh on Tuesday evening. Vincent Gormley, Shea Munroe and Phelim McCrory were among the scorers for the St.Colmcilles while Cal McAleer, Finbarr Donnelly and Seenan Munroe all played well for them.
Errigal Ciaran are also in joint second spot after they made home advantage count against Loughmacrory in a repeat of last season’s championship Final. The winners led 0-9 to 0-3 at the break and never looked back with Seanan Canavan and Ciaran Mullin getting their second half goals. Shea McDermott finished with 0-5 to his name with Aodhan Quinn, Michael Mullin, Keelan Neill, Ciaran Mullin and Charlie Maguire all supplying scores with Canavan adding a trio of points to his goal. Caolan Grimes and Pearse McDonald were on target for Loughmacrory with Michael Gallagher, Rory Kelly, Lorcan Meenagh and Michael McNamee all playing well on the night.
Trillick travelled to play Clonoe minus the services of a few regulars and they returned home empty handed. Conor Corry got on plenty of ball for them in the half back line and also managed to get his name on the scoresheet while midfielder Cathal Kelly bagged a goal and Fintan Doyle hit the net from an acute angle. Christy McGurren and Thomas Corrigan played well in the Trillick defence while Matthew Garrity and Daniel McGurren tried hard for them up front. Brian Lavery, James Adamson, Daire Devlin and Cathal Donnelly got the Clonoe goals.
Dromore maintained their quest for a quarter final spot with a two point success away to Donaghmore. Fergal McGurren, Ryan McQuaid, Oisin Colton and Adrian McGurren got their 0-11 between them with the former getting their goal. Conall Heron got Donaghmore’s goal in the second half from the penalty spot with Heron and Matthew Hamill featuring among their points.
Fintona are in joint second place after winning for the fourth time in five outings when seeing off the challenge of Galbally on home soil. The winners had good performances from centre half back Owen Griffiths, midfielders Paudi Goodman and Peter Colton who scored 1-2 each while Oisin Watson bagged 2-2 up front, Diarmuid Martin got 1-2 and Tom Gallon also registered. Galbally’s goal scorers were Martin Hurson, Finbar Quinn, Leo Quinn and Tiernan Corrigan.
Both Domhnaigh [Glenelly / Gortin] are the new leaders in grade two and are the only side yet to taste defeat but they had to pull out all the stops to beat neighbours Greencastle 3-8 to 1-11. Lucas McGarvey weighed in with an impressive 2-4 for the winners with Mark Kennedy also finding the net. Michael McGarvey, Pearse McBride and Ultan McConnell all provided points for the winners with Aidan McNulty outstanding in their defence. Greencastle came from behind at the break to get their noses in front late on but they couldn’t hold out. Sean Og Teague hit half a dozen points for them with Caolan Treacy getting 1-2 on a night when they had good displays in defence from Tadgh Clarke and Sean Og Harte.
Eglish had goals from Daire Fay and Ross Daly to lead Cappagh 2-2 to 0-4 at the break but in the second half the home side managed to turn things around with crucial scores coming from Luke McMorrow and Ronan Daly to eventually come out on top to make it three wins from five outings to stay in the hunt for a quarter final place.
Drumragh lead the way at the summit of the grade three table after a comfortable win at home to Naomh Eoghan. Turlough Collins was in fine scoring form for the Sarsfields bagging four goals with Aidan McCarney 1-2, Dylan Lowry 1-2, Joseph Taggart 1-1, Ryan Baxter 1-1, Michael Forde 1-0, James Fyffe 0-2, Frankie Monk 0-1, Conor Fyffe 0-1, Conor Gormley 0-1 and Dara Cox 0-1 all on target as well. The winners hit some fantastic scores throughout with Baxter, Ronan Bresnahan and Connor McLaughlin all defending well while keeper Matthew O’Doherty made two great saves.
At the 6th time of asking Tattyreagh collected their first points of the campaign thanks to a thrilling 1-15 to 1-12 win away to Drumquin. Eoghan McGrath top scored for the winners with 0-8 to his name with Cormac Darcy getting 0-5, Finn McGillen the goal and Cahair McCaffrey a brace of points. Tomas Mullan stood out in defence, McGrath dominated the midfield battle, McCaffrey played his best game of the season in the half forward line while Cormac Darcy was a constant threat in the full forward line. The Wolfe Tones trailed 1-9 to 0-1 at the break but produced a spirited fightback in the second period with scores from Eoin Ferris and Kieran McDonagh but they had left themselves with too much to do.
Errigal Ciaran made it three wins from six games in the development league after a 1-16 to 2-3 success away to Omagh. Peadar Kelly played well in goals for the winners as did Lorcan Murray and Jack Kelly in defence, and Mickey McDermott up front while Conan Canavan and Ronan Fleming got some great scores.
In grade four Aghyaran collected their first points of the campaign when they had an emphatic win away to Augher. In the first half the St.Davogs were strong in midfield and defence with notable performances coming from Oisin Moss, Liam Byrne and Patrick Dolan to leave them leading 3-5 to 0-5. IN the second half the visitors pulled away from their opponents with scores on the day from Chris McGlinchey, Ruairi Moss, Cahir Moss, Proinsias McElhill, Adam Baird, Jamie Byrne and Conan Duggan.
Clogher lost out at home to Naomh Brid to leave both sides with four points to their name to date. Eoin Cullian and Niall McKenna got goals for the Eire Ogs with Eoin McCarron getting some good points.