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Latest Ladies Wrap Up

Tuesday 25.06.2024
Team Talk Mag

Badoney entertained Ardboe and found themselves 0-6 to 3-6 behind at the break with the loughshore girls in goal scoring form. Erin Daly 0-4, Lily-Rose Clarke 0-1, Aoife Marlow 0-1 hit first half points for Badoney but Ardboe were proving to be difficult opponents. Badoney were much improved after the break with Ellie Daly 1-1(1f) Aimee Daly 0-1 Lilyrose Clarke 1-2(penalty) all on target but the points went to Ardboe on a final score of Badoney 2-10 Ardboe 5-8.
Edendork v Donaghmore ladies
Edendork produced a strong display against neighbours Donaghmore.
2.8 from play in the first half eased the Edendork girls into the game. Edendork defenders Katie McLernon and Roise Morgan worked well to keep the Donaghmore forwards under pressure.
Half time score 2.8 0.3
The St Malachy’s girls started the 2nd half as they ended the first with points from Eva Corr and Emma Connolly. Edendork struck the net three times before the end of the game with goals from Olivia McGunness, Catherine Moohan and Laura McCaffrey.

Full time score 5.15 0.8

Sperrin Óg  and Clonoe met in a competitive and high scoring game which saw the O’Rahillys lead at the break before a strong second half sealed the points
Clonoe:2.13. Sperrin Og: 3.07Clonoe Scorers on the night were Lucy McKeown 0.01, Alicia Devlin 0.01 , Orlagh Gavin 1.07, Noreen McGuirk 0.01, Niamh O’Hagan 0.01, Orlaith O’Hagan 1.01 and
Niamh Donaghy 0.01. Outstanding players for the winners  were Lucy McKeown and Noleen.

Orla Warnock had an excellent game as a 3rd midfielder and covered a lot of ground in very warm conditions. Kickouts from Caoimhe Warnock were excellent while Carla McCann, Aisling Fox and Meaghan Clarke stood out for Sperrin Óg.

Drumragh were in fine form when they locked horns with Strabane running out convincing winners on a final score of Strabane 1-2 Drumragh 3-17 .

Drumragh scorers: Beth Donaghy 1-6, Sorcha McKenna 1-3, Rhianna Barrett 1-0, Neamh Cleary 0-3, Dana Coyle 0-2, Caoimhe McCarron 0-1, Aine McManus 0-1, Grace O’Neill 0-1
Second-half goals from Beth Donaghy, Sorcha McKenna and Rhianna Barrett were important scores, while Beth, Sorcha, Neamh Cleary and Dana Coyle kicked some good points throughout the game.
The defence, led by the experienced Joanne Barrett and Julieanne Quinn, played brilliantly, with midfielders Coblaith McKenna and Aine McManus getting forward to support the attack well. Second-half goals from Beth Donaghy, Sorcha McKenna and Rhianna Barrett were important scores, while Beth, Sorcha, Neamh Cleary and Dana Coyle kicked some good points throughout the game.

Aodh Ruadh took on Fintona in their most recent league fixture and were quick out of the blocks with a few back to back points . In spite of their opponent’s good start Fintona settled to the task and set about getting themselves back into the game.
Nicole Sweeney started the scoring for the Pearses followed by Ashlinn Connelly. It was Nichola Hackett that got the first goal of the evening following that up with a point bringing the score board level Fintona 1:03 Aodh Ruadh 0:06.
Emma Loane and Nichola Hackett got a few more points before the half time break. Hackett hit two more points in the second half before Alisha Quinn dropped another goal in from distance leaving the game Fintona 2:07 Aodh Ruadh 0:11.
Aoife McGillion was the other scorer of the day as the Pearses worked hard in defence to keep Aodh Ruadh out.
Final score Fintona 2:11 Aodh Ruadh 0:16

Half Time:  Lough3-2, Beragh 0-7.

Full time: Lough 4-10 Beragh 0-7

Loughmacrory built on a strong first half performance to hold Beragh scoreless in the second half before cruising to a 4-10 to 0-7 win. Three first half goals put the Loch girls in control and they kept the pressure on their opponents throughout. Beragh battled well, knocking over some great points to keep themselves in the game. Niamh Fox produced a commanding performance in midfield with Eimhear Slane shoring up the Lough defence. Cora McElduff proved to be a valuable outlet in the forward line, contesting for every ball.  However Aisling Logue proved to be the standout Loughmacrory player, controlling the play from centre half back, providing a steady presence along the 45 and driving forward when the Lough was on attack. Ultimately, the scoreline did not reflect what turned out to be a great contest on the night.

Trillick enjoyed two important wins in their most recent games seeing off the challenge of neighbours Dromore and rivals Carrickmore. They led 1-4 to 0-4 at half time against Carrickmore before running out 2-10 to 0-8 winners.

Trillick scorers Amy Mc Ginn 2.1 Cathleen Kelly 5pts (1f) Emma Mc Carron – 2pts
Grace Mc Guinness – 1pt Mya Williamson 0-1
The Reds led Dromore 2-10 to 0-4 at the break before running out. 3-16 to 0-7 winners. Tw early goals scored by My Williamson and Cathleen Kelly put Trillick n a strong position while Amy Mc Ginn’s goal came early in the second half and ensured there would be no second half comeback from their opponents.

Trillick scorers:  Cathleen Kelly – 1.9 (6 frees), Emma Mc Carron 4pts , Mya Williamson 1.1, Amy Mc Ginn 1.1, Dearbhaile Gallagher 1pt



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