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Ladies Minor Wrap Up In Association With Darragh Hammil

Wednesday 10.05.2023
Team Talk Mag

Glenelly continued their recent great run of form with a 2-11 to 1-8 win over Coalisland having led 2-6 to 0-5 at the break. The North Tyrone side scorers

On the night were Erin Daly0-4, Kadie  Mc Glone 1-0, Lilyrose Clarke 1-4, Rubi Mc Garvey 0-1, Claragh Mossey  0-1, Ellie Daly 0-1

A strong first half showing from Carrickmore put them into pole position at the break as they led 3-4 to 1-2 before emerging 4-9 to 2-5 winners.

Moy Tir na nOg Scorers – Charlotte Mackin 1-0, Emma Holmes 1-0, Emma Conroy 0-3, Sienna Gildernew 0-1

St Macartans and Aghyaran served up a close and competitive encounter before the North Tyrone outfit emerged one point winners on a score line of St Macartans 1-6  Aghyaran 2-4. This was a low scoring but very tough encounter which resulted in the Aghyaran girls heading home from Augher with the 3pts on the league table The home side led at the break  1-5 to 1-3  but Aghyaran showed great determination and teamwork, particularly after the break, to run out one point winners.

Aghyaran Scorers: Kacee Goan 2-0, Cara Byrne 0-3, Emiear Gallagher 1pt.

Fr Rocks 2nd home game of the season was a very evenly matched affair with Cappagh. The home team took the early lead going four up with points from Amy Sheehy, Kate Mulligan and Eabha Coyle but a Cappagh goal brought them right back into the game and they then hit another three points without reply. The first half remained very competitive with Ellen Gillen, Emma Heaney and Darcy Hamill excellent in defense but it was the Rocks who finished the half stronger with a fantastic goal from Amy Sheehy and a top corner rocket from CearaMai O’Neill to leave the score at half time 2-4 to 1-3.

Fr Rocks opened the scoring in the 2nd half with a free and after the Cappagh goal keeper made a point blank save from an Amy Sheehy shot. Cappagh then hit two goals in a row to make a game of it once again. Fr Rocks pulled back the lead with Mary Kate O’Neill setting up a number of scores again from Amy Sheehy and Kate Mulligan but it was Eabha Coyle who grabbed the levelling score for both team to share the points on a final score of 2-8 to 3-5.

Sperrin Óg had two points to spare over a talented Drumquin team in their Minor League fixture with the final score 4-08 to 2-12 in favour of the Greencastle girls. Tara Haughey was excellent in goals as her well placed kick outs set Sperrin Óg up for numerous attacks. Once again Niamh McGlinchey and Aoife Coyle played well in defence. The forwards functioned well as a unit forwards with the all important goals coming from from Caislin Tracey and Alice McGlinchey and a superb match winning point from the boot of Clodagh Brogan to finish.

HT Sperrin Óg 1-06 Drumquin 1-04

FT Sperrin Óg 4-08 Drumquin 2-12

Scorers: Caislin Tracey 3-03, Alice McGlinchey 1-02, Clodagh Brogan 0-01, Caoileann Maguire 0-01

There was very little between Fintona and Castlederg in the first half of their league game as the Pearses reached the break leading 0-7 to 0-4. They were much more efficient after the restart and ran out comfortable winners on a score line of 3-17 to 0-5.

Scorers :- Grainne Cassidy 0- 4, Cobhlaith Donnelly  0-1, Lucy O’Flaherty 1- 5, Aoife Wilson  0- 4, Eimear Mc Williams  1- 1, Aoife Mc Gillion 1- 1 Orla Martin 0-1

Loughmacrory 2-10 Dungannon 1-4 was the half time score from this competitive and entertaining game between two talented sides before the Loch girls stepped up in the second half and ran out 4-14 to 2-11 winners.

Loch Scorers: Lucy McCullagh: 2-4, Laura Duff: 1-4, Maeve Heaney: 1-1, Cora McElduff: 0-4, Leah Gallagher: 0-1

Castlederg travelled up to Pomeroy for this fixture and both sides produced a very competitive and sporting game. The first half was tightly contested, with the half time score reading Pomeroy 1-4 Castlederg 1-5 and the second half was no different. After the restart Pomeroy played a lot of front foot football but found the disciplined Derg defence in no mood to lose their lead.

Despite being reduced to thirteen players for the last ten minutes, the Derg worked extremely hard to maintain their narrow lead withJodie Lee Brown and Emma O’Mahoney in particular outstanding as the match ended Pomeroy 1-5 Castlederg 1-7.

Scorers; Eadaoin Lynch 1.2, Caitlin Gallen 0.3, Jodie Lee Brown 0.1, Erin McCallion 0.1


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