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J&K Coaches U14 Wrap Up

Tuesday 09.04.2024
Team Talk Mag
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Carrickmore played host to Galbally at the weekend with the visitors taking the spoils. Sean Slane top scored for the St.Colmcilles with 2-4 to his name while Finbarr Donaghy and Brayden McNally tried hard around midfield for them.

 

 

Loughmacrory made a blistering start at Paddy Cullen Park and then had to withstand a superb comeback before ending the unbeaten record of Cookstown on a 4-3 to 3-4 scoreline. Michael McCrystal, Daniel Hempinstal and Pearse Kelly all found the net for the St.Theresas in the first half as they led 4-1 to 0-0 at one stage. In the second half there were big defensive performances from Aidan McElduff, Jamie Toner, Cahir Mullan and Eolann Kelly to just do enough to keep Cookstown at bay.

 

 

In grade two Beragh were comfortable winners away to Greencastle. Pierce Moore scored two goals with Daniel Curran and Matty Meenagh among the points for the Red Knights against the breeze in the opening period. A Cormac Nixon goal midway through the second half ensured victory for a Beragh side who had good displays from Darrach Daffy, Martin McNamee, Rory Donnelly and Ronan Conroy. Ruairi Devlin, Conor Molloy and Shea McCullagh were the Greencastle marksmen with Shea Donnelly and Jamie McGuigan doing well in the visitors defence.

 

 

Owen Roes proved too strong for Dromore away from home. In the first half the Owen Roes defence put in a great shift with Ollie McDaid, Danny Doherty and Finn Phillips to the fore and with the wind at their backs in the second period there were some excellent scores from the likes of Blaine Rouslton, Eoin Crossan and Shea Houston. Eunan Donnelly played well in goals for Dromore as did Tomas Goodwin in defence and Padraig Edgar up front.

 

 

Drumragh were 4-9 to 2-6 winners away to Fintona. Drumragh played against a strong wind in the first half and defended well to lead by a point at half-time. Oisin Walsh, Cahal McCafferty and Conor Murray were prominent at the back for Drumragh and goals came from Conor Fyffe (penalty) and James Gallagher with Matt Gallagher and Lorcan Starrs among the points. Lorcan Starrs and Matt Gallagher extended Drumragh’s lead early in the second half with Conor Fyffe adding goals while Niall Gormley, Che Corry and Cahir Keyes all played their part to help secure victory for the Sarsfields. Fionn Donnelly, Lorcan Gallen, Jake Gill and Thomas Colton were among the scorers for the Pearses with good performances coming from Cahir McClenaghan and keeper Sean Griffiths.

 

Kildress edged a thriller away to Errigal Ciaran, 4-11 to 5-7 the final scoreline. Mark McDermott 2-1, Eddie Loughran 2-0, James McAnenly 1-1, Matthew McCrystal 0-3, Finn Maguire 0-1 and Conor McCrystal were the Errigal Ciaran marksmen with good displays coming from keeper John Donnelly, Niall Kelly, Cillian Curran and Cahir Magill.

 

 

In grade three Trillick edged out Strabane away from home, 3-7 to 2-7. Shea Donnelly (2) and Tomas McElholm got the goals for the St.Macartans with McElholm, Matthew Farry, Johnny Freeman and Billy McElholm sharing the points. Patrick Barrett, Shea McNabb and a couple of goods saves from Sean Farry helped keep the Sigersons at Bay.

 

 

Castlederg were in fine scoring form as they recorded a victory away to Tattyreagh. Aodhan Gallagher 1-4, Coron Donaghy 2-0, Lorcan McHugh 1-2, Caidan Harold 1-1, Cormac Meehan 1-1, Caidan Keenan 1-0, Kian McMenamin 0-2, Nathan Glackin 0-2 and Adam Carlin 0-1 were he Castlederg marksmen with Tristan McKnight 1-2, Cormac Donnelly 1-0 and Gerard Quinn 0-2 on target for Tattyreagh. Cormac Meehan, Aodhan Gallagher, Cormac Darcy and Tristan McKnight  played well for their respective sides.

 

 

In grade four Clogher proved too strong for neighbours Augher on home soil. Flynn McKenna and Conor McGirr provided great scores for the Eire Ogs with Eoin Cullinan and Christopher Coyle playing well. Riley Shevlin produced a brilliant display for Augher hitting all 3-3 of his side’s tally with Ruairi McParland playing well in the St.Macartans defence.

 

Urney made home advantage count against Clann na Gael. Bouydae Lafferty and Riley Molloy got the first half goals for the St.Columbas with team Captain Harry Sweeney getting their crucial third major in the second half.

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