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Dromore Ladies GFC -v- Trillick Ladies, League Round 5, 02/05/2023
Dromore hosted neighbours Trillick in what turned out to be a great evening of football played by two evenly matched teams. Dromore were quick out of the blocks and scored 4 points in quick succession, but Trillick responded with a goal to halt the blues. Both teams scored a number of well taken points and Dromore with 2 goals from Cadhla Kelly and Shauna Teague held the lead 2-06 to 1-05 at the break.
With 10 mins gone in the 2nd half Trillick found themselves in front after scoring two goals, the first coming from the penalty spot. Dromore responded with a well worked move being finished to the net by Erin Slevin. Both sets of players continued to work hard for their teams which led to an exciting finish. Sterling work from the likes of Niamh Colton, Caoimhe Corrigan, Tara McQuaid and Shauna Teague allowed Dromore to grind out the win. Full time score Dromore 3-11 Trillick 3-07.
Drumragh locked horns with a talented Killeeshil side and after a high scoring, high quality game lost out narrowly on a score line of 1-16 to 3-8.This was a great game and performance from Drumragh with Grace McCusker and Caitlin McCarron defending brilliantly throughout. Drumragh’s goals came from Coaimhe McCarron (2) and Rihanna Mullin, while Mairead Corrigan, Dana Coyle and Jemma Barrett were involved in a lot of Drumragh’s best moves. Killeeshil played well throughout and were deserving winners in the end with great games from Aine and Cara mc Crory, Rachel Nugent and Aine Gormley.
A tightly fought contest between Coalisland Fianna and Aodh Ruadh that remained close throughout resulted in a narrow win for the Fianna.Coalisland led narrowly at the break 1-9 to 0-9 and goals from Cara Mc Moran proved decisive
Scorers for Coalisland: Emma Mc Moran 0-4, Cara Mc Moran 2-5,
Aoife Quinn 1-1 Emma Fanthorpe 0-2 Ellie Mai Carty 0-1.
Galbally 0-7 Aghyaran 4-8
Aghyaran made the long trip to Galbally and came away with the 3pts which made the long journey home a more enjoyable one. The score doesn’t reflect the game as it was a great game football with both defences working hard. Aghyaran put in a good team performance tonight with great work in middle of field from Cara Byrne & Caolá Caterson
Scores; Aghyaran; Cara Byrne 0-6, Dearbhla O S Byrne 2-0, Emiear Gallagher 1-1
Caolá Caterson 1-0, Roisin Goan 0-1
Galbally Scores: Mary Traynor 0-2 Alannah McNulty, Clara McDonald,Rachel Kelly, Maggie Quinn & Eilish Tally 0-1 each
Naomh Eoghan defeated Sperrin Óg by three points after a very close and competitive game of football which saw a number of missed chances by the Greencastle girls. Cira McLaughlin was very accurate from frees while there were good defensive performances from defence Niamh Conway, Aoife Coyle and Trea Clarke. The half time score was Naomh Eoghan 0-07 Sperrin Óg 1-3 while Naomh Eoghan managed to extend their lead to three points by the end to win Naomh Eoghan 2-11 to Sperrin Óg 2-08
Fintona were always on top in their game with an improving CNG side and led at the break 1-08 to 0-5 before stretching the lead to win 4-10 to 0-7.Fintona scorers:-
Aoife Mc Gillion 2- 5, Aoife Wilson 2-3, Grace Colton 0- 1, Nicole Mc Elhatton 0-1
Beragh 5.15. Rock 1.3
Beragh started the game with a few points before Rock got on the scoreboard and worked hard to cause the Beragh defence all sorts of problems. Rock’s halfback line attacked from deep helping to create a goal before Beragh found their feet.
They scored 2 quick goals and 2 great points from Ellie Mc Daid before half time. The introduction of Eva and Zara Montague to the forward line and Claire Mc Cartan and Aiofe Mc Williams in defence Beragh took control and with a brilliant goal from Katie Grimes and scores from Keeva Owens and Grainne Grimes ran out winners in the end 5.15 till 1.3
Glenelly recovered from being 0-6 to 1-5 behind at the break to pip Loughmacrory by a single point on a final score line of 0-15 to Loughmacrory’s 2-8. Aoife Marlow was outstanding in defence and she was ably supported by Shauna Cassidy and Laura Clarke.
Errigal asked serious questions of Kildress in their league clash and looked very much the stronger team particularly in the first half. However despite conceding two early second half goals Kildress worked hard to get back into the game and eventually turned the match around. Kildress dug deep and a much needed goal from Niamh Heagney was the catalyst the Tones needed, From there they pressed on and got the key scores which resulted in a 3-11 to 3-6 win for Kildress.
Niamh Heagney 1-0, Emma Gillen 0-2, Mia Muldoon 0-1
Ht kildress 1-4 v errigal 1-6
Ft kildress 3-11 v errigal 3-6
Moortown saw off the challenge of Moy in their Minor Ladies Grade 1 League 2023 fixture. By half time the Loughshore shore girls led 3-12 to 0-1. Moortown continued to dominate and ran out comfortable 5-19 to 1-3 winners.
Moy scorers: Charlotte Mackin 1-0, Emma Conroy 0-1, Emma Holmes 0-1, Sienna Gildernew 0-1
There was little between the sides at the break with Strabane leading1-3 to St Macs 0-2. However Macartans were much improved after the break and in addition to holding Sigersons scoreless in the second half they added 3-8 to win comfortably 3-10 to 1-3.
Macartans scorers: Holly Meegan 1 point, Zara McAnespie 1 goal 1 point, Hannah McGurk 1 point, Sarah McCarroll 1 goal 2 points, Aoibheann Shelvin 1 point, Eabha McNamee 1 point, Ella McCarroll 3 points, Ciara McCaffrey 1 goal