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Latest Ladies League News

Sunday 14.08.2022
Team Talk Mag
Ladies Football

Loughmacrory enjoyed a very comprehensive win against a really under strength Badoney team and in doing so made sure they qualified for the league semi-final. Aoibhinn McAnespie was top scorer with 3-1, Oonagh Gallagher hit 1-3 and Lisa Melley chipped in with 0-4.

Cookstown defeated Aghyaran 4-10 to 3-7 with their scores coming from Aoibhinn Devlin 2-2, Emma Coyle 1-3, Lucy O’Neill 1-1, Annie Nugent  0-2,  Sarah McNeill 0-1 And Danielle McNamee 0-1. Aghyaran’s scores all came from Sasha Byrne and Aoibhinn Mc Hugh.

Trillick and Errigal Ciaran met in a real game of two halves that saw Trillick in control in the first half  as they built up a 2-7 to 0-2 half time lead with 2-4 coming before the first water break. Errigal staged a real second half comeback to hit 2-3 and cause a few nervous moments for the Trillick defence. Full time score 3-7 to 2-5 in favour of Trillick.
Trillick scorers: Emma Brennan -1.3, Shauna mc Gurren -1.3 (2 frees), Sarah Donnelly – 1.1
Errigal will regret their slow start to the first half and the miss of a second half penalty.

Moy  and Edendork served up a highly entertaining battle which eventually resulted in a two point win for Moy. Final score Edendork 1-13, Moy 2-12. First half goals from Lucy Mc Alary (1-2) and Emma Conroy (1-1) provided the platform for Moy and helped send them in at the break leading 2-5 to 0-7. Edendork worked hard in the second half to reduce the deficit but ultimately came up short.

Moy scorers: Emma Holmes 0-1, Casey Gallagher 0-1, Reagan Fay 0-1, Emma Conroy 1-1, Lucy McAlary 1-2, Lucy Conroy 0-2 (1f), Emer Currie 0-1, Katie Comiskey 0-1, Catherine Donnelly 0-2 (1f)

Clonoe made the short journey to Fr. Peter Campbell Park on Saturday to take on neighbours Coalisland Fianna in the last league game of the season. With the teams sitting joint top of the Junior table, both teams treated the spectators to an exciting game of football despite the warm weather conditions. It was the Clonoe girls who came out on top, ending the season as top of the Junior League table.

There was little between the teams early on before Aoife O’Hagan registered the first point of the game from play for Clonoe. Coalisland responded immediately but Eimhear Cushnahan put the Clonoe ladies in front again. Coalisland scored their final point of the first half to leave the score board level at 0-2 apiece. It was then that Clonoe started to dominate and put their stamp on the game. Orlagh Gavin added a point from a free before Caoimhe Coyle put four between the teams with a well taken goal. Clonoe continued to press and were rewarded with further points from Briana Quinn, Aoife Coyle and Sinead Hanna before Brona MacOscar found the net to register Clonoe’s second goal of the half.

Half time score: Clonoe 2-06, Coalisland 0-02.

In the second half, Coalisland showed their intent with three early points, reducing the deficit to 7 before Clonoe responded with a point from the boot of Orlagh Gavin. Coalisland responded again with a goal and a point to make it four between the teams. Clonoe regrouped to finish the stronger of the two teams registering the final three points through Orlagh Gavin (2) and Maeve MacOscar to run out worthy winners.

Final Score: Clonoe 2-10, Coalisland 1-6

Clonoe scores: Orlagh Gavin 0-4, Caoimhe Coyle 1-0, Brona MacOscar 1-0, Aoife O’Hagan 0-1, Eimear Cushnahan 0-1, Briana Quinn 0-1, Aoife Coyle 0-1, Sinead Hanna 0-1, Maeve MacOscar 0-1

Sperrin Óg 2-13 v Aodh Ruadh 1-13
Sperrin Óg and Aodh Ruadh served up an entertaining and close game on Saturday evening before the Greencastle based side emerged 2-13 to 1-13 winners. Meaghan Clarke led the line superbly for Sperrin Óg with 2-5 while substitute Leah Mc Guigan showed her worth to the team with a personal return of 0-3 after she had replaced county star Niamh O’Neill (0-2). Aileen Tuohey (0-2) was outstanding for her team particularly late in the game as her hard running relieved the pressure on her defence. Fellow defenders Carla Mc Cann and Emma Mc Elarney also produced strong defensive performances for the winners.
Sperrin Óg Scorers: Meaghan Clarke 2-05, Leah McGuigan 0-03, Niamh O’Neill 0-02, Aileen Tuohey 0-02, Eadaoin Fox 0-01.




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