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Sunday 07.08.2022
Team Talk Mag
All County League


 

There was little between Kildress and Moy in their weekend fixture after a great second half comeback from the Moy girls. The Moy trailed at the break 2-9 to 0-6 but inspired by goals from Emma Conroy and Catherine Donnelly they cut the deficit to a single point losing out 2-13 to 2-12. An Mhaigh Scorers: Emma Conroy 1-5, Caoimhe Magee 0-1, Catherine Donnelly 1-1, Lucy McAlary 0-2, Emer Currie 0-2, Emma Holmes 0-1

Clonoe Senior Ladies continued their league campaign as they travelled to the top end of the county to play Clann na nGael in their penultimate game. Despite the unavailability of many girls, the 20 girls who made the long journey put in a fantastic shift over the hour to run out worthy winners, picking up 2 points to sit joint top of the league table.

Both teams started strongly trying to put their stamp on the game. However, it was Clonoe who registered the first score of the game on the seventh minute through Orlagh Gavin with a well taken point. In what was a very tightly contested first half, Clonoe had two scorers on the scoreboard by half time with Alicia Devlin kicking 0-1 and Orlagh Gavin scoring another 3-02 to add to her first point. However, the workrate, tenacity and intensity from the whole team enabled Clonoe to outscore Clann na Gael by 2 points at half time.

Half time score

Clonoe 3-04
Clann na nGael 1-8

In the second half, Clann na Gael took the lead with two quick goals back to back. However, the Clonoe girls responded  quickly with a goal from Niamh O’Hagan and a point from Orlagh Gavin. It wasn’t long until Clonoe took full control of the game registering another 2-9 to Clann na nGael’s 3 points.

Final Score: Clonoe 6-14,  Clan na nGael 3-11

Clonoe scores:
Orlagh Gavin 4-09
Alicia Devlin 1-0
Niamh O’Hagan 1-0
Naomi Donnelly 0-3
Aoife O’Hagan 0-1
Sinead Hanna 0-1

Clonoe Team: O Donnelly, F Murray, C Coyle, A O’Hagan, N Hughes, E Cushnahan, N Donnelly, S Hanna, A Coyle, A Hughes, A Heagney, B Quinn, N Donaghy, O Gavin, A Devlin.
Subs: C McStravock for N Hughes, L Fitzgerald for F Murray, N Donnelly for A Devlin, O O’Hagan for A Hughes and S Taggart for O Gavin.

The Junior league semi final saw north Tyrone neighbours Strabane and Owen Roes compete with the Sigersons girls running out convincing winners after a tight first half. Strabane led 1-7 to 0-3 at the break but pulled away after the break to win 1-15 to 1-3.
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