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Monday 21.08.2023
Team Talk Mag


There was a full round of ladies fixtures at the weekend. The reports will be added to as the information on the results and performances reach us.

Final score: Drumragh hosted and defeated Strabane  4-16 to 5-7 on Sunday evening. Drumragh scorers: Caoimhe McCarron 2-4, Beth Donaghy 0-6, Nicola Taggart 1-3, Rhianna Barrett 1-0, Saoirse Mullin 0-2, Evie Gallagher 0-1

Drumragh senior ladies enjoyed a hard fought win over Strabane at Clanabogan on Sunday evening.
Drumragh led throughout, helped by first-half goals from Caoimhe McCarron. Beth Donaghy,  Nicola Taggart and Saoirse Mullin were the point scorers in the opening half.  There were fine defensive performances from Joanne Barrett, Edel Meenagh and Claire McGread while Sorcha McKenna and Julieanne Quinn played big parts in Drumragh’s win. Nicola Taggart and Rhianna Barrett got second-half goals, with Beth Donaghy, Evie Gallagher and Caoimhe McCarron on target with points.

Stewartstown entertained Owen Roes in their Junior B clash. The north Tyrone girls battled well in the first half and led at the break 0-5 to 0-3. The Stewartstown first half scorers were Frankie Park, Ailíse Wylie, Aine McCann. The Harps were the better side after the restart restricting Owen Roes to a single second half point and adding six points to their tally to win 0-9 to 0-6.

Stewartstown second half scorers: ( Emma Lowe, Caoimhe Oneill, Ailíse Wylie, Frankie Park Emma McNally, Aine McCann) 

Moy played away to Cappagh on Sunday evening in the final round of the league. Cappagh, who were unbeaten and the top of the table, would require Moy to produce an outstanding game of football if they were to come away with the win.

Moy had an excellent first half with goals coming from Eilish Cavanagh, Emer Currie and Caoimhe Magee. The Moy girls were in fine form with good performances all over the pitch ensuring Moy went in at half time nine points up.

The second half started with a goal early on for Cappagh followed by a point. In a low scoring second half Moy were able to keep their lead and ended the game convincing winners.

Half time Cappagh 0-06 v Moy 3-06
Full time Cappagh 1-08 v Moy 3-08
Moy Scorers: Emer Currie 1-03, Emma Conroy 0-04, Eilish Cavanagh 1-00, Caoimhe Magee 1-00
Eimear O’Callaghan 0-01

Killeeshil started their league game v Dromore in strong fashion with two early Aine McRory goals. A further goal from Laura Canning in between points from Orla Mulgrew and Louise Kelly helped Killeeshil to a half time lead on a score of 3-04 to 0-05.

Excellent 2nd half points from Zoe Loughran, Grainne Rafferty and Alannah Fearon helped Killeeshil build on the lead running out winners on a final scoreline of 3-12 to 0-09.
Sperrin Óg took on a a high flying Macartans side and in spite of some courageous football were well beaten on the night. The score at the break was Macartans 3-11, Sperrin Óg 1-01 with the Sperrin Óg goal coming from Ciara Fox. Caoileann Maguire and Niamh Clarke put in a good shift in defence while Helen McKenna did well in nets under a lot of pressure throughout the game
FT St Macs 6-19 v Sperrin Óg 1-05
Scorers: Ciara Fox 1-00, Caoimhe Warnock 0-02, Meaghan Clarke 0-02 , Laura Lee O’Donnell 0-01
Aghyaran 2-11 v Loughmacrory 2-10
A game to avoid the relegation was on the cards on Sunday evening in Aghyaran. A very close encounter with 2pts separating the teams at half time with the visitors Loughmacrory showing the way. The 2nd half was a very intense half with both teams going score for score but in the last couple minutes Aghyaran edged out in front & held on to the 1pt lead to retain intermediate status for 2024
Scores Aghyaran; A. MCHugh 1-2, M. MCHugh 4pts, C. Byrne 2pts, K.Byrne, T.MCHugh & K.Goan all 1pt each
Loughmacrory Scores;
C.Duffy 1-1, A.Logue1-0, B.Gallagher 3pts, O.Gallagher, K.Ward & L. Melley 2pts each
Errigal continue to lead the way with another commanding display this time against Aodh Ruadh winning comfortably in the end on a score line of 2-13 to 1-8.  A well drilled Errigal side opened up a first half lead of 1-1o to 1-3 and in spite of conceding a goal from an Aoife McGahan penalty they were never really troubled.

Aodh Ruadh Scorers: Aoife Mc Gahan  1-04 (1-0 Penalty, 0-4 Frees),Emma Jane Gervin 0-1, Aine Ferron 0-1, Meabh Mallon 0-1, Hannah Calvan 0-1

Final score : Aodh Ruadh 1-08, Errigal 2-13


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