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J & K Coaches U16 Wrap Up

Tuesday 30.05.2023
Team Talk Mag
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Cookstown ensured a home draw in the grade one quarter finals thanks to a hard earned 0-14 to 1-8 success away to Fintona, the Pearses also getting a home draw despite this defeat. Lorcan McMurray top scored for the visitors with 0-4 to his name with Eoin Long and Mark Devlin weighing in with a trio of points each with Michael Lennon [2], Daniel Ward and Karl Wawrynkiewicz their other scorers. Diarmuid Martin top scored for Fintona with half a dozen points with Oisin Watson 1-1 and Paudi Goodman their other marksmen with Liam Griffiths, Cillian Donnelly and Oliver Colton to the fore as well.

 

Loughmacrory and Trillick served up a high scoring encounter with the St.Macartans coming out on top although neither side made the quarter finals. Sean Corry was in superb form for the winners with four goals with Tadgh Britton landing seven points and Phelim Kelly, Turlough O’Hagan, Fintan Doyle and Charlie McNulty all raising green flags while Christy McGurren was solid as usual at full back. Lorcan Meenagh 1-4, Darragh Duddy 0-6, Pearse McDonald 1-3, Caolan Grimes 1-1 and Odhran Curran 1-1 were the St.Theresas scorers.

 

In grade two Cappagh justified their favourites tag with a quarter final win over a battling Na Doiri Oga side. Ciaranan Devine got a hattrick of goals for the winners with Luke McMorrow and Daithi McMullan getting their other majors with Darragh Daly and Charlie Meenan standing out in defence.

 

After finishing joint top of the table Both Domhnaigh went in as favourites against neighbours Greencastle in their last eight clash but the latter didn’t read the script as they came out on top 4-8 to 1-11. Shane Molloy 2-1, Sean Og Teague 1-3, Caolan Tracey 0-3, Michael Francis McAleer 1-0 and Shane Morris were the Greencastle scorers with good solid defensive displays coming from Eoghan Conway, Sean Og Harte, Dara Morris and Myles McElduff. Mark Kennedy top scored for Both Domhnaigh with 0-5 with James Kelly getting their goal and Lucas McGarvey 3, Nathan McGrinder 2 and Sean Harley their other scorers.

 

 

An unbeaten section campaign in grade three earned Drumragh joint top spot in the table but they had to pull out all the stops to edge past Naomh Eoghan 2-12 to 2-8 in their quarter final. Aidan McCarney top scored for the Sarsfields with 1-6 while Turlough Collins notched 1-3, Dylan Lowry got two points and Ryan Baxter was also on target.

 

Eskra made home advantage count against Rock to reach the semi finals of the league on a 2-19 to 2-7 scoreline. Eoin McAvoy top scored for the Emmetts with 2-5 with Dara McGarvey weighing in with 0-5, Ashton Beattie, Matthew McKenna and Ronan Donnelly a brace each with Patrick McCarney, Jack Kelly and Sean Montague also on target on a day when they had good displays from Aidan Hackett, Eoin McKenna, Matthew McKenna, Beattie and McEvoy.

 

Errigal Ciaran made it through to the semi finals of the Development league when they beat neighbours Carrickmore 3-12 to 2-7. Conan Canavan, Ronan Fleming and a Michael McDermott penalty were the goal scorers for the winners on a day when Jack Kelly, Matthew O’Donnell, Matthew Hackett and McDermott all played well for Errigal Ciaran.

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