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Saturday 01.08.2020
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Moortown recorded the biggest win of the night when they saw off the challenge of Drumquin 7-29 to 0-4. A brace of early goals settled the home side and they played with pace and purpose throughout. Sarah Devlin, Nicole Conway, Niamh Quinn and Sunaoibhe Kelly were to the fore in terms of creating and scoring. Sara Louise Mc Laughlin and Jolene Mc Menamin got the scores for Drumquin.

Glenelly defeated Omagh St Endas on Friday night with Siobhan Sheerin leading the line hitting eight points of her team’s total. The winners led six points to two at the break but Omagh were well improved after the break and a brace of goals from a Christiane Hunter and Danni Browne (1-3) brought them back into it. A goal from Maria O’Hagan helped secure the win for Glenelly. Final score Glenelly 1-12 Omagh 2-5. Scorers: Glenelly Siobhan Sheerin 0-8, Maria O’Hagan 1-1, Eilis Kearney 0-2, Edel O’Kane 0-1.

There was little between Cappagh and Fintona on Friday night in a high scoring but tight game at Ballinamullen. Both teams dominated at various stages before finishing all square on 4-13 apiece. Cappagh’s hopes were boosted at the start by the return to the club of Naomi Mc Anulla just in time for the game. However even she was powerless to cope with the form of Nichola Donnelly who hit 3-4 of her team’s total. Caitlin Kelly hit 1-9 for her team while Teri Mc Cusker bagged 2-3, all from play. Samira Berrabah  (1-0) and Nena Armstrong were also on target for the home side.Cappagh seemed to be heading for a win but lost their way after the second water break and struggled from there until the final whistle to win their own kick outs. Fintona dominated possession and outscored Cappagh seven points to one in the final quarter to salvage a well deserved draw.

Beragh hosted Kildress at Garvaghey on Friday night and after a hard fought game emerged 2-16 to 4-8 winners. Kildress hit the net three times in the opening half and led at the break 3-4 to 0-10 but Beragh showed considerable resolve in the second half. At one stage the Red Knights opened up a six point lead before a late Kildress goal narrowed the gap to two points. Kildress pushed up on the restart but unfortunately for them ran out of time,  Elizabeth Mc Garvey finished with 2-7 while Dervla Farley 0-3, Aisling Mc Cann 0-2, Eilish O’Neill 0-2, Jane Lyons 0-1 and Roisin Mc Sorley 0-1 were all among the points for Beragh. Eimear Mc Garrity 2-00, Antaine Mc Namee 1-00, Ann Marie Lennon 0-01, Chloe Tracy 0-02, Eimear Mc Aleer 0-02, Eilish Keenan 1-02 and Annie Mc Kenna were the scorers for Kildress.

Coalisland 4-12 Rock 1-5

Coalisland claimed their first league win of the season against a spirited young Rock team. Following their disappointing opening defeat to Galbally the Fianna Ladies will be happy to get their first league points. Most of the scoring from the home side came in the opening half as they went in at the interval leading by 4-7 to no score. Nicole Murphy scored two of the goals while Caelainn O’Donnell and  Sarah Duggan got a goal each. Eadaoin Early was also very accurate from frees while Meaghan Woods helped herself to two points from play. To their credit Rock never gave up and in fact outscored Coalisland in the second half. They registered a goal and five points with Rachel Bradley getting their goal and Emma Bradley (4) and Molly Mackle (1) on target with points. However the game was effectively over as a contest by halftime as the Fianna were too strong for a valiant St Patrick’s side.

Aghaloo were in impressive form in their win over Owen Roes. Meabh O’Faolain, Mary Kate Rafferty, Dearbhla O’Faolain were all on target in the opening half with Mary Kate Rafferty hitting the net to leave the half time score 1-7 to 0-4 for Aghaloo. Owen Roes conceded 2-3 in the first ten minutes of the second half as Aghaloo began to play with real confidence. Megan Mc Clelland got her name on the scoresheet while Rafferty and Gemma Mc Veigh both added goals. Megan Mc Clelland added a fourth goal as Owen Roes struggled to stem the flow of attacks. The Leckpatrick girls battled hard adding 1-4 in the closing stages but the home side were not to be denied and they eased to a 4-15 or 1-9 win. Aghaloo scorers: Mary Kate Rafferty 2-4, Megan Mc Clelland 1-1, Gemma Devine 1-0, Dearbhla O’Faolain 0-5, Meabh O’Faolain 0-4 and Marie Mc Kenna 0-1. Mairead Devine top scored for the Roes with 0-6 while Ellen Mc Gonigle on her return from injury, was very impressive.


Galbally started well in their clash with Moy opening up a 1-1 to 0-1 lead after ten minutes. The opening point coming from the boot of Niamh Donnelly and a great goal from Celine Carberry after a great pass from Adrianna McNamee.
Moy eventually settled to the pace of the game with points from Nina Murphy, Anna McDonald and four frees from Emer Currie before points from Colleen McCance and Catherine Donnelly helped An Mhaigh to a half-time lead of 0-8 to 1-2. Superb defensive play from Anna McDonald and Emma Lavery set the tone for a fine all round team display. A Nina Murphy goal appeared to have put Moy on the way to a comfortable win but Galbally found the net through Emma Murphy on the 54th minute and rallied late in the game which made for a nervous finish. An Mhaigh deservedly held on to win on a scoreline of 1-12 to 2-5.  Moy scorers. Anna McDonald (0-1) Catherine Donnelly (0-2) Colleen McCance (0-2) Nina Murphy (1-2) Emer Currie (0-5,)

Killeeshil and Macartans played out a very entertaining draw on Friday night with both sides showing just why they are considered to be among the top sides in the county. Macartans led at the break 1-6 to 1-2 with Joline Donaghy hitting the net and points from Chloe Mc Caffrey, Slaine Mc Carroll, Paula Donnelly and Michaela Woods. Killeeshil replied with a Zoe Loughran goal and a brace of points from the impressive Grainne Rafferty. Killeeshil showed more bite in the second half and with Rafferty in fine shooting form they closed the gap. Zoe Loughran hit her second goal of the evening while Grainne Rafferty added a further seven points to her tally. Final score Killeeshil 2-9, Macartans 1-12

Badoney and Loughmacrory met in what turned out to be a very entertaining and competitive match in which both defences were superb. Badoney edged the game 2-7 to 1-9 with Aimee Daly, Roisin Brogan, Finola Gormley, Dearbhaile Mac Donald and Kerri Mc Glone to the fore. Loughmacrory led by four at the break 1-6 to 1-2 but Aimee Daly brought Badoney right back into the game with a goal straight after the restart. Both sides had chances with Grainne Gordon, Kerri Ward and Una Gallagher leading the charge for Loughmacrory but the Badoney defence dug deep to help seal the win. Badoney scorers: Finola Gormley 0-1, Kerri Mc Glone 1-2, Bronagh Mossey 0-1, Aimee Daly 1-0, Dearbhla Mac Donald 0-3.

Dromore and Mna na Deirge served up a high scoring thirteen aside game which saw Dromore secure another win after a very impressive first half laid the foundations for victory.  Ciara Mc Mahon (2-3), Emma Smyth (1-5) Cathy Teague (0-3) and Grainne Mac Rory (1-0) were in fine shooting form for the home side while Roisin Devlin (2-2) and Sasha Laird (1-5) carried most of the scoring threat for the Derg girls. The visitors managed to bring the game level before a late goal earned the win for Dromore. Final score Dromore 4-12, Mna na Deirge 3-12.

 

Errigal Ciaran and Aodh Ruadh served up a close and competitive encounter before Errigal came from behind in the final quarter to edge it by three. First half goals from Breige Mullin and Lycrecia Donaghy helped Errigal reach the break leading 2-5 to 1-6. Aoife Mc Gahan’s accuracy from frees ensured that Aodh Ruadh punished any indiscretions from the Errigal rearguard and had them in front as the game entered the final quarter. Errigal finished well to seal the win 2-11 to 1-11. Scorers: Errigal Breige Mullin 1-1, Lycrecia Donaghy 1-0, Maria Canavan 0-4, Claire Canavan 0-2, Selena Oguz, Shannon Cunningham, Aoife Horisk and Meabh Corrigan 0-1 each. Aodh Ruadh Aoife Mc Gahan 1-8, Emma Jane Gervin 0-2, Niamh Hughes 0-1.

Ardboe hosted Edendork at the lough shore and found last year’s Junior champions a tough nut to crack. Trailing by six points at one stage in the opening half Edendork rallied to lead by a point at the break 1-6 to 2-2. Ardboe’s experience proved crucial and two quick goals after the break gave them the perfect start. They upped their performance considerably to see off the challenge of their opponents 4-11 to 2-8. Scorers: Ardboe, Annie Devlin 1-4, Niamh Teague 1-3, Rebekah Bell 0-3, Anna Quinn 1-9, Erin Forbes 1-0, Britta Quinn 0-1. Edendork: Maeve Maxwell 0-5, Lára Devlin 1-1, Laura Kelly, Cara Morgan 0-1, Roise Morgan 0-1.

 

Cookstown hosted Sperrin Óg and found the Greencastle scoring machine Niamh O’Neill too hot to handle on Friday night. O’Neill finished with 2-8 to her name as she once again demonstrated how lethal she can be in front of goal. Sperrin Óg hit 1-5 without reply inside the first fifteen minutes before Sarah Mc Neill opened the Cookstown account. At half time Sperrin Óg looked comfortable as they led 1-8 to 0-2. Another 1-4 in the opening quarter of the second half stretched the lead before points from Aoibhin Devlin, Mairead Mullan and Lucy O’Neill reduced the deficit. Orla Warnock found the net for Sperrin Óg late in the game to seal the win while Sarah Mc Neill rounded off a disappointing evening for the Fr Rocks with their final point. Scorers: Sperrin Óg Niamh O’Neill 2-8, Shauneen Ferrity 0-3, Amy Mc Cullagh 0-1, Orla Warnock 1-0. Cookstown: Sarah Mc Neill 0-2, Aoibhin Devlin 0-2, Mairead Mullan 0-1, Lucy O’Neill 0-1

Trillick continued their fine run of form in the league with a convincing win over Drumragh to make it three wins from three games. A dominant first half saw the Reds produce some superb football to reach the break leading 2-10 to 0-1. Dearbhaile Gallagher and Cathleen Kelly both found the net while Emma Brennan and Fiona Owens were among the points for Trillick. Drumragh came more into the game after the break with Clodagh Loughran hitting 1-1 and points from Neamh Woods and Beth Donaghy. Final score Drumragh 1-5, Trillick 2-13. Scorers: Drumragh Clodagh Loughran 1-1, Neamh Woods 0-3, Beth Donaghy 0-1. Trillick: Emma Brennan 0-7, Dearbhaile Gallagher 1-2, Fiona Owens 0-4, Cathleen Kelly 1-0.

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