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Ladies Wrap Up

Tuesday 23.04.2024
Team Talk Mag
All County League

Fintona got the better of neighbours Dromore in their clash at the weekend. Only a single point separated the teams at the break with the Pearses leading 0-6 to 0-5. The game remained tight and close to the end but Fintona did just enough to hold on for the win on a score line of 2-9 to 1-10. Among the point scorers for Dromore were Emma Smyth, Ciara Mc Mahon and Shauna Teague who also scored her team’s goal from the penalty spot.

Clonoe started their league campaign (round 1) with a win at home against Aghyaran. Clonoe opened up the scoring quickly from the get go with great ball work and turnovers on display. Both teams worked hard but it was Clonoe who kept pushing forward with their back line defending with authority before driving the ball up the forward line to keep the scores ticking over.

Half time score: Clonoe 3-11, Aghyaran 0.06

The O’Rahillys came out strong in the second half and got straight back into the game taking some fantastic scores. Aghyaran weren’t going away as they kept battling hard to get a few more scores over but it was the Clonoe Ladies who worked relentlessly to the final whistle. A great display of football from both sides but Clonoe ended up coming out on the winning side.

Final score:  Clonoe 5-17,  Aghyaran 1-12

Clonoe scorers: Orlagh Gavin 0-9, Orlaith O’Hagan 2-0, Alicia Devlin 1-1, Medbh O’Hagan 1-1, Aimee Hughes 0-3, Noeleen McGuirk 0-1, Meabh O’Neill 0-1, Cara McKee 0-1

The derby game between Sperrin Óg and Badoney ended in a two point win for the Badoney girls on a score of 2-10 to 2-8. Sperrin Óg will rue the missed opportunities they had while Badoney will point to a missed penalty in the first half that could have proved vital. Sperrin Óg were missing a number of players but still put up a good performance and were ahead until the last five minutes. There were several good performances with Leah McGuigan and Michaela Fox the stand out players.
Meaghan Clarke 1-03
Molly Clarke 1-01
Helen McKenna 0-02
Caislin Tracey 0-02
Moortown ran out convincing winners after their clash with Aodh Ruadh. A very competitive first half ended with Moortown leading 1-7 to 0-2. The second half saw them take complete control and a six goal blitz eased them to a 7-11 to 0-5 win. A hat trick of goals from Donica Ryan helped seal the victory but a strong display from Sinead Mc Vey deserves special mention.
Moortown scorers: Emma Murphy (0-2), Caoimhe McNally (2-2), Sinead Conlon (0-1), Rachel Tallon (1-1), Donica Ryan (3-0), Sarah Devlin (0-5)

Cappagh lost out 2-19 to 0-7 in their game against a very experienced Macartans side. Cappagh found the going tough from early on and were 2-10 to 0-3 behind at the break in spite of the best efforts of Laura Corcoran and Terri Mc Cusker. Their scores on the night came from Terri McCusker 0-4, Laura Corcoran 0-2 and Aisling Porter 0-1

Moy v Ardboe
Moy starting team:
Leanne O’Neill, Grace Daly, Michelle Morris, Lauren McCaffery, Alice Murphy, Catherine O’Hanlon, Aisling Magee, Emma Holmes, Lucy McAlary, Lucy Conroy, Eilish Cavanagh, Aoife O’Neill, Emma Conroy, Emer Currie, Patricia O’Neill

Half time Moy 0-3 v Ardboe 1-06

Full time Moy 0-10 v Ardboe 1-10 

In their first league game of the 2024 season, it was Ardboe who started strongly with a goal to open the scoring. Ardboe added three further points before Emma Conroy scored Moy’s first point. Ardboe continued to dominate for the remainder of the first half and despite further points from Lucy and Emma Conroy Ardboe went in six points up at half time.
In the second half the Moy girls showed a lot more determination with some lovely passages of play. Moy captain, Lucy McAlary scoring the first point of the second half but Ardboe added to their lead with points of their own. Further points from Emer Currie, Lucy Conroy and Emma Conroy helped to close the gap but Moy couldn’t find the net and eventually lost by three points.
Moy scorers:
Emma Conroy 0-4, Emer Currie 0-3, Lucy Conroy 0-2 and Lucy McAlary 0-1


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