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Ladies Wrap Up With Murphy’s Gloves

Monday 07.08.2023
Team Talk Mag
Football


Moy produced a good performance to secure a win away to Ardboe on Sunday 6th August. Moy’s Emma Conroy was in excellent form kicking three points before Ardboe responded with their first score of the game. However this was quickly followed with a goal from Moy’s Eilish Cavanagh. Moy dominated this first half and Lucy Conroy added to Moy’s lead with three points going in at half time five points up.
Ardboe were the first to score in the second half with an early free kick. However, it was the Conroy duo who again added to Moy’s lead with a lovely long ball in from Lucy Conroy to Emma Conroy who found the net. Ardboe came back with a goal of their own before adding to their score with three further points. Good performances from Grace Daly and Katie Comiskey helped keep Moy’s lead throughout ending the match Ardboe 1-09 v Moy 2-10
Moy Scorers: Emma Conroy 1-04, Lucy Conroy 0-04, Eilish Cavanagh 1-00, Lucy McAlary 0-01
Emma Holmes 0-01
Carrickmore were made to fight all the way by a determined and improving Cookstown team who trailed by two points at half time 1-7 to 1-5. Among the Carrickmore scorers in a tight first half were Maire Slane, Eve Loughran, Aoibhinn Daly, Eimear Mc Phillips and Sorcha Gormley. The winners added further goals after the restart from Sorcha Gormley and Maire Slane and pulled away to win convincingly.
The local derby between Trillick and Dromore resulted in a low scoring but intense game that finished Trillick 1.3. Dromore 1.8. The sides were separated by a single point at the break with Mya Williamson’s first half goal keeping Trillick in touch. Dromore worked hard to restrict Trillick’s scoring chances and finished up five point winners on a 1-8 to 1-3 score line.
Trillick scorers: Mya Williamson 1.1, Amy Mc Ginn 0-1, Shauna Mc Gurren 0-1.
Errigal Ciaran entertained Sperrin Óg and ran out 4-19 to 1-7 winners having led at the break 2-10 to 1-2. Eimile Loughran scored Errigal’s first goal after fifteen minutes as the Dunmoyle girls found their rhythm. Aoife Horisk, Shannon Cunningham and Maria Canavan landed points while Cunningham hit the net to leave the half time score Errigal 2-10, Sperrin Óg 1-2. The score line did not reflect the work rate of the Greencastle girls who deserved more for their efforts especially the younger players Niamh Conway, Caislin Tracey, Caoileann Maguire and Niamh Clarke.
Michaela Moore and Bronagh Mc Aleer both hit the net for Errigal after fifteen minutes of the second half and points from Maria Canavan, Bronagh Mc Aleer and Kelly Mc Caffrey sealed a well deserved win for their side.
Errigal Ciaran 4-19 to Sperrin Óg 1-07
Sperrin Óg Scorers: Meaghan Clarke 1-0, Caoimhe Warnock 0-02, Leah McGuigan 0-01
St Macartans defeated Killeeshil 1-9 to 0-6 with Joline and Cathy Donnelly leading the scoring for the Clogher Valley girls. Macartans led by six at the break and a Paula Donnelly goal early in the second half ended any chance Killeeshil had of getting anything from the game. Grainne Rafferty carried most of the Killeeshil scoring threat for her side but in truth they were second best in most areas.
Clonoe defeated Omagh by five points on a score line of 2-10 to 1-8 with scores from Orla Gavin
(1-7), Briana Quinn (1-1), Ciara Hughes (0-1) and Orlaith O’Hagan 0-1. A goal close to the final whistle from Omagh reduced the deficit but had no impact on the outcome.
Drumragh and Castlederg served up a high scoring and very entertaining game on Sunday evening that ended in a two point victory for Castlederg on a scoreline of 4-9 to 2-13. Drumragh scorers on the night were Beth Donaghy 1-7, Caoimhe Mc Carron 1-1, Aine Mc Manus 0-3, Rihanna Mullin 0-1 and Julieanne Quinn 0-1.
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