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Ladies Wrap Up

Monday 27.05.2024
Team Talk Mag


Stewartstown 1-3 Drumragh 8-22

Drumragh scorers: Beth Donaghy 3-6, Neamh Cleary 2-2 Dana Coyle 1-5, Aine McManus 0-4, Sorcha McKenna 1-0, Grace McCusker 1-0, Caoimhe McCarron 0-2, Coblaith McKenna 0-1, Evie Gallagher 0-1, Joanne Barrett 0-1
Drumragh senior ladies beat Stewartstown in the league on Sunday evening following an impressive performance.
Sorcha McKenna, Beth Donaghy, Neamh Cleary and Dana Coyle had first-half goals for Drumragh, with Beth, Neamh, Dana, Evie Gallagher, Coblaith McKenna and Aine McManus among the points.
Neamh Cleary and Grace McCusker added goals after the break while Joanne Barrett, Caoimhe McCarron, Aine McManus and Beth Donaghy added points.
It was a terrific team display from Drumragh. Coblaith McKenna and Aine McManus drove the side on from midfield, Edel Meenagh, Clare McGread and Nicola Taggart stood out in defence and the forward line kicked some wonderful scores throughout the game.
Edendork and Clonoe served up a close encounter at Pairc Arthur Mallon in this the latest round of the league. The game was tight from the start with Edendork getting on the score sheet with points from Laura Kelly and Nicole Donaghy. Clonoe soon responded and left the sides going in at half time 0.6 0.4 in favour of the Edendork girls.

Both teams came out strongly in the second half with only a point separating the sides with 5mins left in the game. However the Edendork girls dug deep to walk away winners 1.14 to 1.10

Errigal made it three from three following a facile win over Aodh Ruadh, Scorers on the night for a dominant Errigal side were Bronagh McAleer 0-1, Oonagh McAleer 0-1, Eimile Loughran 2-5, Lycrecia Donaghy 1-2, Maria Canavan 0-3, Aoife Horisk 1-4, Michaela Moore 2-1, Shannon Cunningham 1-1, Aine Quinn 0-1, Ciara Quinn 0-1 and Elle Mc Namee 1-1.

Glenelly secured their first win this evening over Owen Roes in Plumbridge with a 3.25 to 1.02 scoreline. The scoreline didn’t reflect what was an entertaining game of football with both teams putting in big efforts on a wet evening.
Glenelly were the first off the mark with a point from Aisling O’Kane followed by another from Eilis Mc Garvey. Alana Devine pulled off a number saves in the Owen Roes goals to prevent the home side from establishing a big lead.

Anna Coyle was next on the scoresheet for Glenelly with a fine goal followed by a spree of points from Cairmeal Convery, Ciara Kennedy and Emma Kirk. Owen Roes continued to press Glenelly and a save off the line from Michaela Morris denied them a goal. Glenellys defence played their part with great displays from Cora Maguire, Catherine Morris and Paula Sheerin. Glenelly continued to knock over scores which seen them lead 1.11 to no score at half time.

Glenelly continued where they had left off in first half with points from Maura and Grainne Kirk, Eilis Mc Garvey and Mary Carmel Loughery.
Owen Roes never gave up and their perseverance was rewarded as they managed to get a point and a goal quickly followed. Glenelly maintained their attacking strategy and added another 7 points from Aisling O’Kane, Maria O’Hagan and Aiveen O’Neill.

Great work and a number of turnovers allowed Maura Kirk and Roisemae Mc Bride to find the net for Glenelly. Clodagh Devine had another say for Owen Roes and tagged on another point however Glenelly had the final say with a point from Anna Coyle to see out a deserving win for the home side.
Moy ladies played away to Badoney on Sunday evening. Rain and a greasy surface made for difficult conditions in a game played 13 a side. The home team got off to a perfect start with an early goal as a speculative shot slipped under the crossbar and into the back of the Moy net. Lucy Conroy got Moy off the mark with two points in the first seven minutes but the home team were soaring as they raced to a 1-5 to 0-2 lead in the opening quarter. Emer Currie converted a close range free after Lucy McAlary was fouled following a surging run through the middle. Emma Conroy finished the first half scoring with a free from an acute angle to leave the home team with a healthy 1-6 to 0-4 advantage.
The second half started much like the first with Badoney recording 1-1 in the first three minutes of the half. A high looping ball into the square was punched to the net by the Badoney full forward which left the Moy ladies with an uphill battle and a 9 point deficit with the scores at 2-7 to 0-4.
Credit to the Moy ladies they rallied and would outscore their opponents by 9 points to 1 in the final twenty two minutes. Emma Conroy was to the fore with 7 second half points (5 from play). Emer Currie tagged on 2 points (1 free, 1 from play) to leave just the minimum between the sides with 2 minutes remaining on the clock. Alas it wasn’t to be as time ran out on a gallant comeback. Ultimately the ladies in sky blue had given themselves too much to do and will rue the opening period in each half.
Badoney First half scores
Claragh Mossey 1-0, Lilyrose Clarke 0-2, Kerri McGlone 0-2, Erin Daly 0-2(2f)
Half time score
Badoney 1-6 Moy 0-4
Second half scores
Erin Daly 0-1(1f) Roisin Smith 1-0 Lilyrose Clarke 0-1
Fulltime Score
Badoney 2-8 Moy 0-13

Aghaloo Senior Ladies make it two wins from two

Aghaloo ladies faced Tattyreagh in their second game of the league this evening at home. The girls started well with a quick goal from impressive attacking play from midfielder Sinead O’Neill which was soon followed up with a point from Erin McGinn. Aghaloo had to battle hard with some brilliant support play from Dervla O’Donnell.  At the back they kept on pushing to keep Tattyreagh out of their own scoring zone with some excellent defensive displays from Paris Douglas and Caelainn Cassidy but Tattyreagh piled the pressure on and worked their way through and hit the net. The Aghaloo girls continued to keep their noses in front with 4 consecutive scores from Aine Sherry and a further one from Katie McGinn before the break leaving the home side leading 1.06 to 1.03 at half time.
Aghaloo started the better of the two sides in the second half with a well taken goal from Erin McGinn and further points from Aine Sherry saw Aghaloo lead 1.04 to 2.08 in the opening stages of the second half. Tattyreagh were awarded a penalty shortly after which was impressively saved by the goalkeeper. This gave the girls a well needed boost and they continued to press and converted more scores but a further goal from Tattyreagh saw it level with just 5 minutes to go. Aghaloo worked extremely well together to claw it back with two well taken points by Katie McGinn and Riona Gildernew in the last two minutes of the game.
Final score
Aghaloo 2.13
Tattyreagh 2.11
Scorers:  Aine Sherry 0-9, Erin McGinn 1-1, Katie McGinn 0-2, Riona Gildernew
0-1, Sinead O’Neill 1-0
Loughmacrory enjoyed a facile victory over Naomh Eoghan with the result and their scorers as follows.
Final Score 11-28 to 0-1
Scorers: Oonagh Gallagher: 3-4, Cora McElduff: 1-5, Kerri Ward: 2-0, Lisa Melly: 0-6, Aoife Kelly: 1-2, Eimear Slane: 1-1, Maeve Gallagher: 0-3, Grainne Gordon: 1-0
Eva Conway: 1-0, Edel Hughes: 1-0, Aoife Gordon: 0-2, Bronagh Gallagher: 0-2
Niamh Fox: 0-2, Amy Ayna: 0-1


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