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Monday 30.04.2012
Team Talk Mag
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Drumragh minor ladies beat Pomeroy 7-4 to 4-9 in the Grade 3 Championship at Clanabogan this evening.

Katherine McCrory scored 5-3 with the Bradley sisters Lucy and Emma getting a goal each.

Drumragh led 3-2 to 2-4 at half-time with McCrory getting all of Drumragh’s scores. Drumragh’s defence also played very well with Sinead Loughran and Laura Harkin having great games.

In the second half, along with the goals from McCrory and the Bradleys, McCrory added a point as did Clodagh Loughran to secure a great win for the home side.

Beragh Ladies defeated Trillick in their recent league encounter on a scoreline of 3.09 to 1.06.
Trillick started well and took the lead with 2 frees from Fiona Mc Carney. Beragh took a while to settle but when they did they took control of the game with a good strong defensive display from Sarah Owens and full back Tracy Rodgers in particular. Beragh pushed ahead midway though the first half and maintained the lead for the remainder of the game. Trillick battled gamely but found the resolute Beragh defence hard to break down.
All round it was a solid performance from Beragh. Forwards who performed well for Beragh were Jane Ward and Colleen Mc Sorley while midfielder Eilish Owens produced a very good display. Trillick will be disappointed with their performance but did manage to find the Beragh net with a goal in the last minute of the game from Louise Mc Carney.

Beragh scorers, Roisin Mc Sorley- 1.02, Eilish Owens- 0.01pt, Jane Ward- 2.04, Colleen Mc Sorley, Julie Conroy, Alicia Woods- 1 point each.
Trillick scorers were Fiona Mc Carney- 3 points- 2 frees, Nuala Kelly 2points and Louise Mc Carney- goal.

Strabane Sigersons 3-8 v Galbally 3-4.

Scorers for Strabane Sigersons.

Ciara Mc Gill 1-5
Leona Houston 1-2
Hollie Friel 1-0
Sheree Connolly 0-1

On another cold and windy evening in Strabane, scoring was at a premium in the first half with the score at the break 4pts to 3 pts in favour of Galbally. After a turgid opening thirty minutes the game burst into life in the second half as the wind eased and playing conditions improved. Both teams found their shooting boots and hit 3 goals a piece in the second half. Ciara Mc Gill top scoring with 1-5, while Hollie Friel 1-0, Leona Houston 1-2 and Sheree Connolly 0-1 got the other scores for Sigersons.
There were some great performances from Laura Coyle and Aine O Connor for Sigersons on what was a difficult night for playing good football. Conditions meant this wasn’t as good a performance from the Sigersons as in recent games but never the less the result was what mattered and with another two points secured that’s 3 wins from 3 games played.

Galbally had a few players who stood out with good performances coming from Niamh Donnelly who scored a cracking goal. Sarah Carberry and Shauna Carberry were the other outstanding players for them chipping in with goals and points.

Moy came away from Fintona on Sunday evening with a win although the result was in the balance until late in the game. Moy started brightly and Sophie Lavery had the ball in the Fintona net early on and followed this up a few minutes later with a point. Fintona then got a stranglehold on the match and an Aislinn Colgan pointed free and a Nicola Quinn goal had the sides level. Michelle Clancy put Moy ahead but Aislinn Colgan converted 2 frees to send Fintona in at the break a point up. Moy began the second half in storming fashion with 4 points from play through Lavery, Clancy, Patricia O’Neill and Eimear Mc Cormack. But back came Fintona again – Nichola Donnelly and Nicola Quinn with points from play and a pointed free from Donnelly tying the game up again.
Eimear Mc Cormack put Moy ahead with a free only for Nichola Donnelly to point from play for Fintona. Moy were then awarded a penalty but Amy Mc Cloughan in the Fintona goal made a great save. However, Fintona failed to clear the resultant 45 and a shot for a point managed to drop into the net. This was followed by a point from play and concluded the scoring. Fintona 1-7, Moy 2-8.

Glenelly defeated Omagh St Endas on Friday night last on a 3-13 to 1-01 scoreline. The winners most prominent players in a very one sided game were Aisling O’Kane, Eva Hicks and Siobhan Sheerin. Omagh are finding life in Senior football difficult at the minute and only found the net courtesy of a last minute penalty from Teri Mc Cullagh. That was the second penalty of the evening following Siobhan Sheerin’s first half conversion for the winners.
County champions St.Macartans lost narrowly to Kileeshil in a local derby following a very close and competitive game. The sides went in at the break level 1-3 to 0-6 with Macartans goal coming from Katriona Mc Quaid. In close games like these goals are often key but Killeeshil with Louise Kelly driving her team on landed two majors at vital times in the second half and in spite of valiant play from Mary Louise Mc Girr and Joline Donnelly Killeeshil edged it by a point on a final score of 1-8 to 2-6.

Final Score Drumragh 3 – 7 & Mna Na Deirge 8 – 8 (Half Time Score – Drumragh 3 – 4 & Mna Na Deirge 2 – 4)

Mna Na Deirge seem to be on a bit of a roll presently with 3 wins from 3 matches having made a very positive start to the season. Showing great determination and good teamwork especially in the 2nd half, they defeated a committed Drumragh side 8-8 to 3-7.
Once again Laura Mc Sorley was in superb form – scoring 5 – 2 ( 2 – 2 in 1st half & 3 – 0 in 2nd half), while Leah Lynch 0 – 2, Grace Quinn 1 – 2, Louise Coyle (sub for Bridget Coyle injured) 2 -1 & Angie Stevenson(defender) 0 – 1 were also on target for the winners.
Mna Na Deirge goalkeeper Colleen Gallagher made two great saves in the 2nd half while great defensive work from Shannon Lynch also prevented a goal chance while Francesca Lynch was in fine form throughout the game. Best for Drumragh were Sinead Mc Laughlin and Claire Mc Laughlin.

Drumragh’s scorers : Katherine Mc Crory, 1 -2, Joanne Barrett 1 – 0, Naomh Mc Laughlin 0 – 2, Rachel Cleary 1 – 1, Leah Quinn 0 – 1 .
Final Score Drumragh 3 – 7 & Mna Na Deirge 8 – 8 (Half Time Score – Drumragh 3 – 4 & Mna Na Deirge 2 – 4)

Pomeroy 3-02 v Aghyaran 11pts

Pomeroy and Aghyaran played out a hard fought draw 3-3 to 11 points after Aghyaran had been reduced to 12 players following a straight red card for Lucy Mc Menamin after an earlier sin binning of a Mc Menamin. The half time score was 6pts to 3-01 to Pomeroy and Aghyaran had it all to do in the 2nd half. With only 12 players for the majority of the 2nd half Aghyaran dug deep and only allowed Pomeroy a single score in the second half.
Pomeroy’s chances weren’t helped when key player Michaela Mc Namee suffered a knee late in the game and Aghyaran came back to draw the game. Aghyaran were best served by Stacey Dolan, Claire Gillespie and Carol Anne Byrne while Pomeroy’s best players on the night were Michaela Mc Namee and Marie Quinn.
Pomeroy scorers M. McNamee 2gls 2pts, B.Mills 1gl. Aghyaran scores; N.McMenamin 5pts, S.Dolan 2pts, L.McMenamin 2pts, C.A.Byrne & L.Dolan 1pt each.

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