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Omagh And Errigal Play Out Low Scoring Draw.

Sunday 28.07.2013
Team Talk Mag

Game ends all square seven points a piece and a fair result for both teams. Errigal shot 13 wides over the hour while Omagh hit four.

Darren Canavan from thirty five metres levels the game again with a minute left to play.

Mc Anulla scores, Neil Mc Garvey on for Stefan Tierney and James Mullan for Turlough Gallagher, two minutes left.

27 minutes on the clock and Omagh have a free twenty five metres out to go in front. Mc Anulla to take it.

Big Conal pops the ball out to Conor Meyler and he levels the game with five left to play.

Conal Mc Elhome comes on in place of Micky Gallagher in the Omagh forward line.

Paul Tierney shoots but misses for Omagh and Omagh’s Conor Meyler picks up a yellow card before Mark Kavanagh scores to put the visitors 0-6 to 0-5 in front.

A yellow card for Sean Mc Kenna with 11 minutes remaining and the teams still tied on five points apiece.

Another Errigal attack results in another wide with only one point so far in this half

Midway through the second half and Jason Mc Anulla misses a chance to put Omagh in front again when his 35 metre free sails wide.

Errigal’s first change sees Ronan Mc Rory coming on for Ryan Lynch.

13 minutes gone and Mark Kavanagh draws the sides level with a point from 13 metres.

Another Errigal attack and another wide with 11 second half minutes gone.

Ronan Tierney shoots and misses and Errigal make it three shots three misses since start of the second half.

Darren Canavan on 6 minutes shoots but is narrowly wide, score remains 0-5 to 0-4 in favour of Omagh.

Errigal’s first attack of the second half results in a wide from Davy Harte.

Getting ready for the start of the second half as both teams return to the field.

A super score by Jason Mc Anulla from a fifty yard free sends Omagh in at the break leading by one 0-5 to 0-4.

With the first half almost over Sean Mc Kenna ties the scores with a converted forty yard free. 0-4 each.

As half time approaches Errigal record their sixth wide of the first period.

In Division Two Aghyaran have just beaten Clan na Gael fifteen points to six.

The home side take the lead with a fine free from forty metres by Jason Mc Anulla on 27 minutes

24 minutes in and a super score from Hugh Gallagher ties the game at 0-3 apiece.

22 minutes on the clock and Omagh playing better but still trailing by a point.

18 minutes in and a foul on Jason Mc Anulla away from the play gives Omagh a penalty which Mc Anulla takes himself, yellow card Davy Harte, and john Devine makes a brilliant save.

Michael Gallagher on 14 minutes makes it 0-2 to 0-3 with Omagh’s second point

12 minutes gone and Omagh get their first score of the game with a Conor Meyler free

First yellow card of the evening for Errigal’s Mark Kavanagh.

Omagh’s first attack results in a wide from Jason Mc Anulla

Another point from play and Errigal lead by three with 8 minutes on the clock.

Paul Quinn with a fisted point on 6 minutes and it is 0-2 to no score for Errigal.

Change on the Omagh side as Gregory Murray comes in for Conor Hannigan and Errigal record their second wide.

Three minutes in and Errigal from play open the scoring with a point from Mark Kavanagh

Referee is Leo Devine of Owen Roes and the game is now under way

With problems regarding the broadband we will be bringing live updates from tonight’s Division One game between Omagh and Errigal Ciaran. Both teams in their pre match positions and at 19:37 the game is yet to start.



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