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Jim Devlin Cup Quarter Final Wrap Up

Monday 29.04.2024
Team Talk Mag

Jim Devlin Cup Quarter Final Results

Dungannon 2-11 Dromore 2-12

Clonoe 7-11 Errigal Ciaran 1-5

Trillick 2-19 Galbally 1-9

Pomeroy 1-8 Omagh 1-16


Dungannon’s late rally at O’Neill Park just came up short as Dromore won by the minimum margin to book their place in the last four. The St.Dympnas led 1-5 to 0-3 at the break with Hogan Cup winner Jack Law getting their goal in the 13th minute with Declan McNulty landing a trio of points, Paul Donaghy on target for the Clarkes. Emmet O’Neill and Niall Sludden had early second half points for the visitors before a 40th minute goal from another Hogan Cup winner Paudie Dillon left Dromore well in control. McNulty and Oran Sludden traded points with Donaghy and Finn Spence before Donaghy found the net in the 51st minute. Niall Sludden had another brace and while Donaghy got a second goal deep into injury time to take his personal haul to 2-8 it wasn’t enough.


Clonoe played host to Errigal Ciaran and they secured a comprehensive victory against the understrength visitors at O’Rahilly Park. Connor McAliskey led the way in the scoring stakes for Clonoe with 1-4 to his name but not far behind him was Darragh McGrath with two goals while Declan McClure, Fintan McClure, Rhys Donnelly and James Taggart found the net as well. Danny McNulty, Conall Coyle, Stephen McNulty and Daryl Magee were all among the points for the O’Rahillys as well. Peter Og McCartan got the Errigal Ciaran goal with Mark Kavanagh (2), Daniel Blake and Ronan McRory getting points.


Trillick produced a strong second half display at Donnelly Park to see off the challenge of Galbally. The St.Macartans led 0-10 to 0-6 at the break with Lee Brennan, Simon Garrity, Ryan Gray, Daniel Kerr and Ronan Nugent among the points for their respective sides. With Rory Brennan to the fore in midfield Trillick increased their advantage in the second half with points from Lee Brennan, Niall Donnelly and Daniel McDonnell. Marc Lennon and Shea Hurson had Galbally points but Garrity and Eoin Kelly scored Trillick goals and while Cathal Kelly found the net for the Pearses late on it was only a consolation score.


Omagh made the trip to Pomeroy and came away with the win to set up a semi final meeting with Clonoe. Ronan O’Neill was in fine form for the St.Endas with 0-7 to his name with Oisin Millar their goal scorer and Fionnbharr Taggart (3), Conor O’Donnell (2), Conan Grugan, Hugh Gallagher and Ryan McBride featuring on the scoresheet as well. Pearse Quinn got the Plunketts goal in the second half on a day when Hugh McNamee (3), Ryan Loughran (2), Peter Rafferty, Ronan Duffin and Kevin Armstrong were their other marksmen.



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