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Mc Girr Bros Quarries Div Three Wrap Up

Saturday 29.06.2024
Team Talk Mag
All County League


It was back to the business of winning on Friday night for Eskra as they made the long journey to CNG and came away with a narrow win in a high scoring game. A brace of first half goals helped Eskra reach the break leading 2-5 to 0-6 but with Shea Browne in fine form CNG were soon back in the contest and Eskra were pushed all the way to the end. The Emmetts held on to win narrowly on a score line of 2-14 to 3-9. CNG scorers were Shea Browne 0-5, Terence Mc Caughey 1-1, Cahir O’Neill 1-0, Ciaran Kerlin 0-1, Niall Kerlin 0-1, Conor Harkin 0-1.

Drumquin continued on their winning ways with a 1-12 to 0-7 win against Derrytresk. Oisin Gormley has returned to form for the Tones at just the right time hitting 0-7 of his side’s total on the night. Others to contribute to the scoring tally were Sean MC Donagh 1-2, Ronan Strain 0-1, Oisin Mc Menamin 0-1 and Frankie Mc Alynn 0-1. Derrytresk were not quite at full strength with their scores coming courtesy of Eoin Rea 0-2, Odhran Hughes 0-1, Caolan Corr 0-1, Cathal O’Neill 0-1, Eoin Mc Nally 0-1 and Conor Fitzgerald.

Aghaloo remain unbeaten and sit top of the league after another midweek victory on the road when they travelled to Castlederg on Thursday night and defeated the home side 2-11 to 0-8 having led at the break 1-4 to 0-5. A Rory Mc Glone goal after ten minutes put Aghaloo in front and from there until the end they more or less controlled the game. Mc Glone finished with 2-1 on the night while Jody Mc Glone 0-4, Niall Mc Elroy 0-4, Mark Mc Cormack 0-1 and James O’Hara 0-1 were all among the points for the winners. The Derg points on the night came from Daire Corry 0-4, Dominic Mc Goldrick 0-2, Paddy Lynch 0-1 and Tommy Mc Menamin also 0-1.

Strabane defeated Donaghmore Thirds 1-13 to 0-6 with Oran Mc Grath once more leading the line superbly hitting 0-11. Oisin Kelly got the Sigersons’ goal with Haydn Mc Namee and Dan Mc Haghney both getting a point apiece.

It finished all square between Tattyreagh and Glenelly after the North Tyrone side’s midfielder Rory Kennedy floated over a superb equalising point deep into added time. The Tatts looked set for the win as they built up a five point lead with twenty four minutes of the second half played but credit to Glenelly they battled their way back into the game with a converted penalty from Lorcan Mc Cullagh, a point from the same player and that fine equalising point from Kennedy. Glenelly’s other scores came from Lorcan Mc Cullagh, Rory Kennedy, Ronan O’Kane and Nathan Mc Laughlin.  The Tatts with Johnny Harkin prominent had led from the start with scores from Harkin, Jarlath Mc Donagh, Keely Mc Donagh and Gareth Mimnagh until that superb finish from Kennedy.

Killeeshil coasted to a 5-20 to 0-8 win over Killyman having led at the break 2-9 to 0-5. Killyman scorers on the night were Shea Gates 0-3, Gary Hamill 0-2, Caomhan Mc Cann, Cathal Mc Gahan and Conor Gribben a point apiece. Michael O’Neill finished with 2-3 for the winners while others to get among the goals were Tomas Hoy 1-3, and Paul O’Neill 2-1. The remaining points were shared among Conall Monaghan, Eoin Conway, Mark Monaghan, Cormac Donaghy, Eoin Neill and Barry Mulgrew.

Urney hosted Brackaville on Friday night hoping to get their first win of the season. However two Brackaville goals from Cormac O’Neill, one in each half, turned out to be the key scores in the game. Dale Mc Sorley 0-7, Shea Fee, Jason O’Neill 0-2, Stiofan Gervin and Daire Carberry 0-3 were among the points for Brackaville. Kyle Henry top scored for Urney with 0-4, while Matthew Sproule 0-3, Adrian Maxwell 0-2, Ryan Henry 0-2, Danny Doherty 0-2 and Sean Mc Gowan were also on target for the border men.

Saturday may have been a big day at Croke Park but at Dunmoyle it was all about local rivalry and being top dog in south Tyrone. An early Ruairi O’Sullivan goal gave Errigal the dream start but Augher never panicked and were ahead after fifteen minutes following points from Declan Connolly, Caolan Gartland, Jarlath Mc Namee and Tiernan Mc Elroy. A goal from Declan Connolly just before the break put Augher six clear. The same player hit the net in the second half while a third major from Eoghan Keenan wrapped it up for Augher. O’Sullivan finished with 1-2 while Jarly Harte 0-1,  Sean Mellon 0-1, Darren Carson 0-3, Shane Donaghy 0-1, Fintan Kelly 0-1 and Daisy Mc Dermott 0-1 were among the points for the Thirds.



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