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Ladies Minor Wrap Up In Association With Darren Hammill

Thursday 15.06.2023
Team Talk Mag
Club


Sperrin Óg saw off the challenge of Rock in their recent Grade 4 Minor Ladies clash on a day when their forwards in particular were very sharp. Caislin Tracey, Clara Maguire and Niamh McGlinchey worked hard throughout while the impressive Alice McGlinchey was very accurate in front of goals in particularly in the second half. Laoise Teague and Niamh Clarke battled throughout with some very strong driving out of defence.
HT Sperrin Óg 2-02 Rock 0-05
FT Sperrin Óg 5-10 Rock 2-07.
Scorers: Alice McGlinchey 4-01, Caislin Tracey 1-02, Niamh McGlinchey 0-05, Clara Maguire 0-01
Caoileann Maguire 0-01
Neighbours Moy and Aghaloo met in the minor league with Moy producing a superb second half come back that saw them overturn a 3-7 to 1-6 half time deficit before winning on a score line of 6-14 to 6-12. Credit to both sides for such a high scoring, top quality game.

Coalisland 3-13
Ardboe 4-10

This was a truly wonderful game of football played in sunshine on Sunday morning. Coalisland led early in the game but Ardboe responded with goals from Orla Devlin and Meadhbh Campbell to establish a seven point lead. Coalisland finished the half strongly however hitting 1-3 to go off at the break with Ardboe leading by one.

The second half was nip and tuck throughout and played in great spirits. Ardboe struck for a goal from Aimee Canavan before Coalisland responded. Sarah Wylie made a couple of crucial saves in this period. As the game approached the end, Ardboe netted again this time from Orla Devlin again but Coalisland showed great heart and responded to draw it at the end.
Ardboe were solid from Ruby Concannon and Sarah Doris in defence and Orla Devlin in midfield.

Ardboe 7-09
Aodh Ruadh 2-09

Aodh Ruadh got the perfect start with an early goal and led 6-4 at the water break. But Ardboe found the net 3 times before the break, Cody-Lee Muldoon and Serena O’Neill with the goals.

Ardboe pulled away in the second half with goals from Ava Gilligan, Niamh McVey and a penalty from Serena O’Neill.

Eva Doris and Kayleigh Concannon played well in defence with Maria McClean and Ava Gilligan working hard in attack.

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