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Latest Ladies News In Association With Darren Hamill
Sperrin Óg took on Drumquin in the Minor Championship and despite being down to twelve players following an injury to midfielder Laoise Teague produced a second half of determination and hard work to secure the win. Clara Maguire and Niamh Mc Glinchey were outstanding particularly in the defence. Drumquin led 1-7 to 1-3 at the break but Sperrin Óg were transformed after the break with Caoileann Maguire and Caislin Tracey outstanding and held on to win 4-08 to 1-11.
Fr Rocks played Sperrin Og in the senior league and after a battling display won on a final score of 8-13 to 2-9.
Fr Rocks scorers: Aoibhinn Devlin- 4:02, Laura McGillion- 3:03, Leah Bradley 1-0 Anna Kelly 0-2
Lauren Rushe, Claire Bell, Emma Bradley, Lana Sheehy, Danielle Mc Namee and Chloe Crilly ;
0-1 each and after a high scoring game.
Best for Sperrin Óg were Caoimhe Warnock, Rebecca Coyle, Orla Warnock, Carla McCann and Laoise Teague.
HT Cookstown 2-05 Sperrin Óg 1-07
FT Cookstown 8-13 Sperrin Óg 2-09
Sperrin Óg Scorers:
Rebecca Coyle 1-02, Meaghan Clarke 0-04 , Caoimhe Warnock 1-00, Helen McKenna 0-01, Orla Coyle 0-01, Emma McElarney 0-01
It was open, attacking football all the way when Galbally and Drumragh met in the Minor Championship before the Sarsfields ran out winners on a score line of Drumragh 7-11 Galbally 3-6. Rihanna Barrett bagged a hat trick while Caoimhe McCarron, Dana Coyle and Genevieve Norris also scored good goals. Caitlin McCarron, Evie Gallagher and Jemma Barrett were involved in all that Drumragh did well. They produced some brilliant defending from Fionnuala Clarke, Oonagh Pancott, Iona Mills and Grace McCusker all throughout the game.