Moy left it late before seeing off the challenge of Dromore at the weekend. A last second Casey Gallagher goal from a Hail Mary ball into the square did the trick for the light blues.
Dromore will wonder how this got away from them having led 1-8 to no score in the first half but who lost their way after the first water break.
Scorers for Moy, Emer Currie 1-3, Nina Murphy 1-2, Casey Gallagher 1-0, Katie Comiskey 0-2, Emma Conroy 0-1
Lucy McAlary 0-1
Half time: Moy 0-6 v Dromore 1-9
Full time: Moy 3-9 v 2-10
Sperrin Og 6-19 v Aghyaran 4-9
Aghyaran travelled to Greencastle with the bare 15 players due to high number of injuries & girls working across the water.
At the time of the 1st water break there was only 1pt between the teams with Sperrin Og on top. However that was soon to change wiith Sperrin Og finding the net 3 times in quick succession.
Aghyaran battled hard to half time when the score was 6-6 to 3-3 to Sperrin Og. The 2nd half got underway with both teams digging deep. Niamh O’Neill was on fire for the Sperrin Og ladies but Aghyaran never dropped their heads & played hard till the final whistle:
Sperrin Og N O Neill 3-11, M Clarke 1-3, S Ferrity 1-3, C Tuohey 1-1, E Fox 1pt
Aghyaran A McHugh 2-1, A Coyle 1-4, M McHugh 1-2, S Byrne 0-
Trillick travelled to Ardboe at the weekend and laid the foundations for victory in an impressive first half where they led 3-4 to 0-4 before going on to win 4-9 to 0-7. Trillick’s scorers were May Williamson 2-2, Fiona Owens 0-4, Emma Brennan 0-3, Shauna Mc Gurren 1-0 and Dearbhaile Gallagher 1-0.
Macartans showed they won’t give up their crown without a fight as they defeated Cookstown under lights at Fintona 4-13 to 0-3. With their defence shutting up shop the forwards did the business. Chloe McCaffrey top scored with 2-6 while Others to score for their team were Joline Donaghay 0-2, Colleen McQuaid 0-1, Tara O Hagan 0-2, Paula Donnelly 0-1; Niamh McGirr 1-0, Mary Louise Mellon 0-2 and Lynda Forde 1-0.
Clonoe travelled up to Galbally and produced a confident display before running out 2-13 to 1-5 winners. In a dominant display Clonoe opened up a 1-10 to 1-00 half time lead with Orlagh Gavin, Aoife Coyle, Sinead Hanna and Bronagh Mac Oscar among the scores. An Orlagh Gavin goal and further points from Sinead Hanna and Bronagh Mac Oscar helped seal the win.
Cappagh ladies defeated Edendork 2-22 to 2-10 with Terri Mc Cusker 2-11 (all from play) and Caitlin Kelly 0-10 (4 frees) outstanding for the Ballinamullen girls. Maebh Maxwell did most of the scoring for edendork and was a threat throughout.