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Ladies Monday Night Wrap Up

Tuesday 04.08.2020
Team Talk Mag
All County League

Another local derby saw Aodh Ruadh host Killeeshil winning by five on a final score of 1-13 to 1-8. Aoife Mc Gahan hit 1-4 for the winners with Emma Jane Gervin (0-3) and Niamh Hughes (0-2) Assantu Embalo (0-1) and Eimear Lafferty (0-2) among the points. Zoe Loughran hit the net again for Killeeshil while Grainne Rafferty (3), Ciara Donnelly (2), Bronagh Mc Kenna (2) and Louise Kelly were on target with points.

Sperrin Óg won again on Monday night and once again Niamh O’Neill was in fine scoring form. Four early points from the scoring ace gave her side a good start but credit to Glenelly they didn’t make life easy for their neighbours. O’Neill (3) and Caoimhe Warnock pointed during a period of Sperrin Óg dominance and netted straight from the throw in at the start of the second half, a goal from Niamh O’Neill. Glenelly responded with a goal of their own but Shauneen Ferrity and Niamh O’Neill added 1-4 between them to put Sperrin Óg well ahead and seemingly in control. However Glenelly dominated the game after the second water break and from ten points down they added 2-4 with Sperrin Óg managing only a further two points. Sperrin Óg Niamh O’Neill 2-12, Caoimhe Warnock 0-1, Shauneen Ferrity 0-1. Final score Sperrin Óg 2-14, Glenelly 3-9

Galbally got back to winning ways with a win by a single point in a great comeback victory away to Clonoe. The O’Rahillys got the first score of the game with 10 mins on the clock after both teams had missed several scoring. Galbally’s first score of the game was a well taken goal by full forward Ciara Kelly on 12 mins . Clonoe responded with 2 points from play in quick succession before Claire McKeown raised the white flag for the Galbally girls. Clonoe finished the half strongly scoring 1-1 to leave the score line  Clonoe 1-4 Galbally 1-1 at half time. The home side began the second period brightly getting the first point of the half before once again Galbally’s Ciara Kelly scored to keep the Galbally girls within touching distance. With the game starting to open up and Clonoe grabbed a goal mid way through the 2nd half to stretch their lead to 6 points. However the Galbally girls replied with a Celine Carberry goal in the next attack making it to a 3 point game. With 10 mins left on the clock Clonoe once again increased their lead to four with a fine point but unfortunately for Clonoe they failed to score for the rest of the game. Galbally tagged on 3 quick points all in the space of 5 mins with Caítriona Kerr, Clodagh Corr and Claire McKeown on target. With 5 mins left Galbally pushed on and kept their momentum going with Kerr adding 2 points in the 28th and 29th mins to seal a great comeback win for the Galbally girls by the slimmest of margins.

Final score Clonoe 2-6 Galbally 2-7.

Fintona welcomed a much changed Trillick side on Monday and with no Emma Brennan or Dearbhaile Gallagher to contend with The Pearses dominated the first half to lead 5-9 to 0-2. There was no let up from the hosts in the second half and the final whistle saw Fintona finish 8-19 to 2-04 winners. The two teams are due to meet in the championship and that is one to look forward to. Fintona: Nichola Donnelly 2-8, Emma Loane 3-2, Melissa Mc Cann 1-4, Nicole Sweeney 1-2, Sarah Toal 1-1, Mary Jo Mc Kernan 0-1, Aislinn Connolly 0-1. Trillick: Grace Mc Guinness 1-1, Aoife Seaney 1-1, Ciara Brogan 0-1, Louise Mc Carney 0-1.

Loughmacrory hosted Ardboe in what was a lively affair. Two early Ardboe points were followed with a Loughmacrory score through Colleen Donaghy. Ardboe pointed again to leave it 0-3 to 0-1. Ardboe enjoyed lots of possession and with Maeve Wiley and Britta Quinn dominant they tested the Loughmacrory defence. However sound defending by Aine Donaghy full back and Edel Donaghy at centre half kept the Loughshore girls at bay. A long range point for Loughmacrory from Grainne Gordon closed the gap but the Ardboe led 0-5 to 0-2 at half time. Maeve Wiley hit 1-1 after the restart to put Ardboe on course for victory. Despite hard work from the Lough girls, Oonagh Gallagher, in particular they found it hard to break down the Ardboe defence. Ardboe finished with a second goal from Erin Forbes in the dying minutes leaving the scoreline Ardboe 2-11 to Loughmacrory’s 1-5. Ardboe: Maeve Wiley 1-3, Niamh Teague 0-5, Erin Forbes 1-0, Britta Quinn 0-2, Rebekah Bell 0-1, Loughmacrory: Colleen Donaghy: 0-1, Grainne Gordon: 1-1,Niamh Fox: 0-1, Aoife Kelly: 0-1

Drumragh hosted Dromore in a competitive local derby that produced some quality football. Early points from Clodagh Loughran and Eva Mc Caul gave the Sarsfields the perfect start but Dromore replied with four points to lead by two. A Kathryn Donaghey goal following good work from Neamh Woods put Drumragh in front  but with Emma Smyth in fine scoring for hitting 1-9 in total, Dromore led 1-9 to 1-4 at the break. A second goal for Drumragh from Neamh Woods narrowed the gap again but Dromore finished strongly to win deservedly 2-14 to 2-6. Drumragh Clodagh Loughran 0-1, Eva Mc Caul 0-1, Kathryn Donaghey 1-0, Beth Donaghey 0-3, Neamh Woods 1-1, Grace O’Neill 0-1 Dromore: Emma Smyth 1-9, Ciara Mc Mahon 1-3, Shauna Mc Nabb 0-2

Aghyaran 3-10 v Fr Rocks 0-8

Fr Rocks made the long journey down to Aghyaran who were looking a 3rd consecutive win. Aghyaran’s Sasha Byrne netted and her side added four points before Fr Rocks got their 1st score 17mins into the game from Aoibhinn Devlin. Both sides swapped points approaching half time to leave Aghyaran leading 1-7 to 0-2. Aoibhinn Delvin opened the scoring at the start of the second half with a point. Fr Rocks enjoyed their best period of the game adding another brace to their tally to narrow the gap. The home side added two further points before sub Tara McHugh hit the net on the 40min. Aoibhinn McHugh scored her team’s third goal after forty five minutes to put the game beyond Fr Rocks. The Cookstown girls continued to battle and added two more points before Aghyaran finished the the game with a point from substitute Tara McHugh.

Scorers Aghyaran: S. Byrne 1-4, A.McHugh 1-1, T.McHugh 1-1, S.Dolan 2pts, A.Byrne & A.Coyle 1pt each.

Scorers Fr.Rocks: S.McNeill 5pts, & A.Devlin 3pts

Moy 3-14 Coalisland 6-15

Coalisland and Moy produced a fabulous high scoring game of open football on Monday in front of a large crowd.

With a spread of nine different scorers the Fianna overcame a very good Moy team on their home ground to set up a final day with both sides and Galbally in with a chance of making the coveted top two place for a league semi-final spot.  

In the first half Coalisland hit five goals with Caoimhe Coyle getting three and  two for Una McSherry while Eadaoin Early, Laura McNally, Caoimhe Quinn, Sarah Duggan and Nicole Murphy landed seven points between them. Moy also racked up some great scores with two goals and five points in the opening half. Colleen Mc Cance and Emer Currie both found the net for Moy as the pace of the game ensured there were chances aplenty for both sides.

The action continued unabated in the second half with Coyle getting her fourth goal of the night and her team mates adding another eight points including minor Aoife Quinn who scored two excellent overs from play.

Catherine Donnelly got a much deserved goal after the break as she calmly rounded the keeper and finished soccer style, while Emer Currie kicked some eye catching scores as the game drew to a close. Emma Lavery and Caoimhe Magee both put in solid performances, battling very hard in defence. An Mhaigh outscored Coalisland 1-9 to 1-8 in the second half but never seriously threatened Coalisland’s lead.

An Mhaigh Scorers: Nina Murphy 0-2, Emer Currie 1-6, Catherine Donnelly 1-3, Aoife O’Neill 0-1, Aine Swail 0-1, Colleen McCance 1-1.

Carrickmore took a while to settle against Badoney before emerging comfortable winners with Gemma Begley once again leading the charge. Ciara Clarke and Aoibhin Murray hit first half goals to leave the score at the break 2-8 to 0-1 to Carrickmore. Clarke and Murray both found the net after the break and added a number of points for a dominant Carrickmore side with Megan Mc Cann also among the points. Denise Mc Guigan was outstanding for Badoney in goals pulling off a number of superb saves. Dearbhla Mc Donald (3), Aimee Daly (1) and Bronagh Mossey (1) got the Badoney scores.

Donaghmore and Errigal Ciaran produced a fantastic display of football on Monday evening with goals galore as Errigal defeated the home side 8-10 to 3-19. The visitors got off to a flying start with a couple of quick goals while Michaela McGuigan and Niamh Mccrystal (2) kept the scoreboard ticking over for Donaghmore. The waterbreak rejuvenated the home team and goals from Niamh McNulty and Aisling Conlon brought the scores closer. Maria Canavan, Breige Mullin and Eimear Corrigan on target for Errigal. The half time score was Donaghmore 2-06, Errigal Ciaran 6-04.

Donaghmore continued where they left off after the break with a quick 1-02 from Michaela Mcguigan and further points from Beth Moore and Niamh Mccrystal brought the 3rd quarter to an end. There was an exciting finish on the cards as both teams found the net. Donaghmore brought the score difference down to 1 point with a goal from Niamh Mccrystal. Errigal came back into the game with a flurry of 4 points but Donaghmore kept pressing with 3 points from Niamh McNulty and another from Emma Hegarty. The home club will curse the woodwork with the ball coming out off it 4 times in the 4th quarter. A penalty goal at the end for Errigal finished the game off. Final scoreline Donaghmore 3.19 Errigal Ciaran 8.09.

There were some fantastic displays from both teams with Anna McKenna and Ciara McCrystal standing out for the rejuvenated Donaghmore team.

Michaela mcguigan (0-8), Niamh McNulty (1-04), Niamh Mccrystal (1-03),

Aisling Conlon (1-0), Beth Moore (0-03), Emma Hegarty (0-01).

Errigal Scorers:  Maria Canavan 2-3 Briege Mullin 2-0 Eimear Corrigan 2-0

Selena Oguz 1-0 Lycrecia Donaghy 1-1 Elle McNamee 0-2 Aoife Horisk 0-1

Maebh Corrigan 0-1 Ailise Coyle 0-1 Claire Canavan 0-1




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