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Tyrone SFC – Killyclogher Defeat Kildress

Saturday 11.08.2012
Team Talk Mag
Club


Two second yellow card offences in the closing stages reduced both sides to 14 men.  Killyclogher are through to the Senior Championship last eight.

Killyclogher now ahead by three points.  Simon O’Neill and a Leo Meenan free as we enter injury time.  Killyclogher 1-11 Kildress 1-8

Six minutes to go and Killyclogher are now in front.  A Mark Bradley point followed by a Conall McCann 45 has put the St Mary’s men in the lead.

50 minutes gone. Kildress edge back in front with points from Frank McGurk and Niall Quinn.  Leo Meenan clips over a free from 13 metres to reduce the lead to one.  Kildress 1-8 Killyclogher 1-7

All square now after 37 minutes.  A Mark Bradley point in the third minute and then an Emmett McFadden goal in the 7th has brought Killyclogher right back into the game.

Leo Meenan concludes the scoring in the first half with a point for Killyclogher.  Half time score Kildress 1-6 Killyclogher 0-5

Conor Hegarty stops the Kildress surge with a point for Killyclogher.  Kildress lead down to five.

Kildress pull six points clear as Conor McAleer adds another point for the Wolf Tonnes.  Kildress 1-6 Killyclogher 0-3

GOAL Kildress!  Damian Kelly fires to the net and Eoghan McElduff adds a point. Kildress pull five points clear after 20 mins.  Kildress 1-5 Killyclogher 0-3

15 minutes gone in Loughmacrory and Matthew Heagney has just put Kildress into the lead with a point from play.

Simon O’Neill slots a third point for Killyclogher on a very breezy evening in Loughmacrory. 0-3 each

Kildress take the lead for the first time.  Eoin McElduff clips one over in the 9th minute.

Des Tracey levels the game in the Loughmacrory with his second free.  Great start to the second senior championship game of the weekend.

Killyclogher lead 0-2 to 0-1 after seven minutes.  Simon O’Neill opened the scoring for Killyclogher in the third minute from a free and that free was wiped out in the sixth minute with a Des Tracey free.  James Carlin however put Killyclogher in front in the 7th minute.

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