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J & K Coaches U16 League Wrap Up

Wednesday 12.04.2023
Team Talk Mag

Trillick collected their second win of the campaign in grade one when goals proved key at Donnelly Park as they overcame Omagh on a 4-4 to 2-8 scoreline. Tadgh Britton grabbed a brace of goals for the St.Macartans with Fintan Doyle also finding the net while Peter Garrity and Cahal Kelly led well from midfield and Peadar Daly had a great game in goals.



Fintona are one of six sides who are joint top of the table thanks to a hard earned 3-12 to 1-12 win away to neighbours Dromore. Liam Griffiths, Tom Gallon and Tiernan Donnelly all scored 1-1 for the Pearses with Diarmuid Martin and Peter Colton notching three points each and Eugene Colton, Dara McMenamin and Cillian Loane all on target as well. Full back Griffiths was the standout player for Fintona with his driving runs forward a feature of his performance while Paudi Goodman and Peter Colton were both very good in midfield while third choice keeper Patryk Dubiel was excellent. Adrian McGurren top scored for the St.Dympnas with half a dozen points to his name, Shea O’Donnell got 1-2 with Fergal McGurren 0-2, Finn Teague and Darragh McCann also registering on a day when Eoin McQuaid and Ryan Colton also played well for the St.Dympnas.


Goals from Aodhan Quinn and Daniel Neill coupled with points from Michael Mullin helped Errigal Ciaran to a slender 2-16 to 3-10 win away to Moy. Cathaoir Hughes hit 2-6 for the home side with Diarmuid Quinn also raising a green flag.


Tiarnan McAshea and Aodhan Molloy got the Donaghmore goals as they recorded a double scores win away to Loughmacrory, 2-8 to 1-4. Michael McNamee got the St.Theresas goal as well as a couple of points with Caolan Grimes also on target.



Both Domhnaigh remain unbeaten and in second place in the grade two table after an impressive win at home to Kildress. Sean Harley bagged a hattrick of goals for the winners with Mark Kennedy 2-0, Lucas McGarvey 1-4 and Nathan McGrinder 1-1 also to the fore in the scoring stakes for the winners. A special mention has to go to the entire Both Domhnaigh defence who won many turnovers to keep Kildress at bay while there were some fine long range points from Ultan McConnell, James Kelly, Harley Patton and Eoin Maguire. It wasn’t a good day at the office for the Wolfe Tones with the only positive being the performance of Rory McNamee at midfield.


Strabane returned home from Cappagh empty handed after going down 1-14 to 3-3. Oran White 1-3, Oili Kyle 1-0 and Gary Rouse 1-0 were the marksmen for the Sigersons with Charlie Thompson playing well in midfield for the visitors and Cormac Tinney having a solid outing in defence for them.



It proved to be a tough day for a young Tattyreagh side against a strong, physical Coalisland side in grade three. Eoghan McGrath had a fine game in midfield finishing with 0-7 to his name while Patrick Harley also played well at centre half forward. Daithi Campbell got four goals for the Fianna with Ronan Lowe, Fionn McHugh and Oran Nixon all raising green flags as well.


Urney just came up short at home to Moortown, 4-9 to 4-5 the final scoreline. Jack Langan, Aidan Devine, Sean McLaughlin and Cori McCrea all scored goals for the St.Columbas while Langan, Devine and Sean Cavanagh all played well for them as well.


Eskra can count themselves unlucky not to take anything from their trip to Naomh Eoghan as they just came up short by the minimum margin, 3-13 to 4-9. Eoin McEvoy top scored for the Emmets with 2-5 to his name, Patrick McCarney got 1-2, Ronan Donnelly 1-1 and Matthew McKenna also scored. Ciaran McCarroll, Darragh O’Hagan and Eoin McKenna all had good games in defence while Matthew McKenna and Ashton Beattie got through a lot of work in midfield.



Cookstown made it five wins from five to lead the way at the top of the Development league table after taking the spoils from their trip to Errigal Ciaran. Colm Casey 1-3, Nick Guedes 0-3, Shea Brennan 1-0, Rian Coey 1-0, Conan Gormley 0-1, Callum McElhatton 0-1 and Jake Doris 0-1were all on target for the Father Rocks.


Carrickmore emerged comfortably winners away to Donaghmore in the Development league. Bradon McNally, Paudi McCallan and Fionnan McGill were among the scorers for the St.Colmcilles with Paudi Loughran and Colm McElholm also playing well for them.



In grade four Clogher collected their second win of the campaign when they proved too strong for Aghyaran away from home. Patrick Kennedy, Oisin McElroy and Niall McKenna all found the net for the Eire Ogs while there were some superb points from Vincent Lowry and great defending from Dara Stewart.


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