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Latest Ladies Results And Reports

Saturday 11.05.2013
Team Talk Mag
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Ladies Senior League
Round 4 – 11-05-2013 (Sat)
Carrickmore St Colmcille’s 1-9 V St Macartans 1-9
Clann na Gael 0-7 V Killeeshil St Mary’s 5-11

Ladies Intermediate League
Round 4 – 11-05-2013 (Sat)
Cappagh 0-8 V Sperrin Óg 1-11
Strabane Sigersons 2-13 V Ardboe O’Donovan Rossa 0-5
Beragh Red Knights 1-15 V Omagh St Enda’s 2-9

Ladies Junior League
Round 4 – 11-05-2013 (Sat)
Galbally Pearses BYE
Moy Tír na nÓg 5-10 V Drumragh Sarsfields 4-6
Kildress Wolfe Tones W/O V Fintona Na Piarsaigh Conceded
Cookstown FrRocks 1-10 V Castlederg St Eugene’s 1-5

Ladies Junior B League
Round 4 – 11-05-2013 (Sat)
Coalisland Fianna 7-18 V Urney St Colmcille’s 1-1
Stewartstown Harps 1-6 V Owen Roe O’Neill’s 4-9

With 4 rounds played in the senior league, Aodh Ruadh, St Macartans, An Charraig Mhor and Errigal Ciaran are all tied on 7 points. However Aodh Ruadh and Errigal Ciaran will play their round 4 league game this Monday evening and assuming there will be a winner we should have a clear leader at the top of the table after that game.

At the same stage in the intermediate league Sperrin Og top the table with 4 wins from 4 and 12 points. Strabane Sigersons are in 2nd place on 9 points with Ardboe in 3rd place on 7 points and Cappagh and Beragh in joint 4th place on 6 points while Omagh are just below that. Both Loughmacrory and St Dympnas are yet to get a win under their belts and these two sides will lock horns on Sunday morning in their round 4 league game.

Newly promoted Kildress are having a good season and top the Junior League table on 12 points closely followed in 2nd place by Aghyaran on 9 points. Currently there are 3 teams tied in 3rd place on 6 points, Fr Rocks, Moy and Galbally.

In the Junior B League it’s Edendork who top the table with 9 points, followed by Coalisland and Rock in joint 2nd place on 6 points. Badoney, Owen Roes and Urney are all on 3 points in 3rd place. There are a couple of outstanding fixtures still to be played, Badoney v Rock this Tuesday night and Owen Roes v Coalisland next weekend, and the results of each of these games will most likely cause a shift in the current placings.

Mna Na Deirge travelled to Cookstown tonight and were beaten by a physically much stronger Fr Rocks team.
The away side started the brighter and were quickly 2 points up courtesy of two Laura Mc Sorley scores. However Cookstown battled back to take a 0-5 to 0-3 lead Mc Sorley again getting the Derg’s point. With Clodagh McCracken playing well in defence the away side were finding it hard to work the ball into scoreable positions, and after Louise Coyle’s penalty was tipped over the bar by Cookstown netminder Kayleigh O’Neill the home side extended their lead again to two points. The Derg did finally manage to find a way through the home defence and it was Emma Campbell who hit the net to put her team back in front with Mc Sorley adding on another point to leave them two points to the good. However there was still enough time remaining in the half for the Fr Rock girls to reduce their lead to the minimum going into half time interval.
Going out against a strong breeze in the second half the Derg girls had it all to do, but in the end it was the much fitter Cookstown girls who pushed ahead. They quickly put themselves a point ahead within the first five minutes of the second half, as Mairead Mullan continued to be a constant thorn in the Derg defence. Strangely enough it wasn’t until Cookstown were reduced to 12 players following a sin bin incident that they actually pushed on and hit a major of their own. It could however have been more between the side, but County stopper Leah Lynch was at her best to push away a penalty along with a couple of other fine saves from goal bound efforts. The Fr Rock girls finished out the half with the final score of the game and with some impressive defending managed to keep their opponents scoreless in the second half.

Mna Na Deirge team and scores: Leah Lynch, Jade Lynch, Clodagh Caterson, Sophie Ramsey, Francesca Lynch, Lauren Corry, Chloe Campbell, Shannon Lynch, Marisa Lynch, Louise Coyle (0-1), Clodagh Lynch, Emma Campbell (1-0), Laura McSorley (0-4). Subs: Caoimhe Brogan for Jade Lynch.

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