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Mc Girr Bros Quarries Div Three Wrap Up

Sunday 16.06.2024
Team Talk Mag
All County League


 

Brackaville got the better of Castlederg on Friday night to pick up two valuable points. Ronan Mc Hugh (3), Jason O’Neill (3) and Dale Mc Sorley (2) led the scoring for the Roes while Shea Fee and Stefan Gervin also chipped in with a point apiece. Adam Traynor (3) and Paddy Lynch (1-0) carried the main scoring threat from the visitors.

Johnny Harkin returned to action for Tattyreagh on Friday night and once more proved his worth to the team as they saw off the challenge of CNG  on a 1-17 to 0-7 scoreline. Peadar Mullin, Keely Mc Donagh, Gareth Mimnagh and Jarley Mc Donagh each hit 0-3 for their side while Mickey Allen struck for his team’s goal in the second half. The Tatts  led 0-9 to 0-4 at the break and with Harkin, Ger Mc Elholm, Peadar Mullin and Chris Armstrong in fine form coasted to victory over a disappointing CNG. The north Tyrone lads just never got to the rhythm of the game and were well beaten in the end. Their scorers on the night were Gareth Mc Dermott,  Mark Henry, David Conway, Terence Mc Caughey, Brendan Conway and Gavin Tummons.

It was quite a tussle on the Hill as Derrytresk and Killeeshil produced a memorable contest which looked to be heading for a draw but was won by the visitors on a final score line of 3-9 to 3-8. The sides were level at the break at 2-4 apiece but the visitors’ resilience proved the difference. Dillon O’Neill, Ronan O’Neill and Luke Donnelly bagged goals for the victors while Tomas Hoy struck over four crucial points. Cathal O’Neill (1-2), Odhran Hughes (1-1) and Caolan Corr each struck for Derrytresk majors while  Pat Campbell ((2), Diarmuid Mc Kee and Liam Slater added points.

Eskra and Strabane served up a high scoring game which was eventually won by the Emmets 0-20 to 2-10 having led at the break 0-11 to 1-3. Cathal Meegan opened the scoring for Eskra and finished top scorer on the night with 0-8. Others to feature on the score board for the winners were Cormac Arkinson, Luke Kelly (2), James Mc Nelis, Joe Mc Carroll (0-3),  Thomas Meegan (2), Mickey Woods, Johnny Hackett and Finn Kelly.

Urney’s tale of woe continues as they lost out to Augher 0-12 to 0-3 having failed to score during the course of the opening thirty minutes. Augher controlled the game from the off, led 0-6 to 0-0 at the break and added a further six points after the break to win comfortably 0-12 to 0-3. Cathal Mc Kenna, Pascal Gormley, Declan Connolly, Martin Mc Elhatton, Eoghan Keenan, Ben Trainor, Caolan Gartland and Aidan Mc Elroy accounted for the Augher scores while Kyle Henry (2) and Danny Lynch were on target for the border men.

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