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Mc Girr Bros Quarries Division Three Wrap Up

Saturday 08.06.2024
Team Talk Mag
All County League


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Tattyreagh hosted Brocagh on Friday night and after a battling display from both teams the home side emerged victorious on a score of 0-19 to 3-7.

After an impressive first half Brocagh reached the break leading 1-5 to 0-7. Of course much of that was due to Tattyreagh’s wastefulness in front of goal as the home side missed numerous chances when well placed. Fortunately for Tattyreagh Keelan Mc Donagh and Gareth Mimnagh found their shooting boots in the second half and in spite of the best efforts of Aidan Dorman and Donal Deehan they held out for a three point win. Among the Tattyreagh scorers on the night were Gareth Mimnagh 0-8, Keely Mc Donagh 0-3,  Jarlath Mc Donagh 0-3, Mickey Allen, Aidan Martin,  Ronan Collins, Corey Armstrong and Peadar Mullan. Aidan Dorman top scored for Brocagh with 1-3. His goal came from a late penalty that caused a few nerves in the Tattyreagh dugout while others to hit the target while Dan Deehan (1-1), Eoin O’Neill (1-1), Brandon Mc Kiver and Michael Robinson.

Drumquin suffered their first defeat of the season having lost out to Killeeshil by three points on a scoreline of 1-11 to 1-8. The Tones will be disappointed having led at the break 1-5 to 0-4. Killeeshil were much improved after the break with top scorer Tomas Hoy (6) leading the line superbly. Others to score for Killeeshil were Connor Mc Cool 1-0, Cormac Donaghy 0-2 and a point apiece from Paul O’Neill, Bernard O’Neill and Luke Donnelly. Drumquin scorers were Finnen Patterson 1-2, Oisin Gormley 0-3, Sean Mc Donagh 0-2 and Eoin Skelton 0-1.

Glenelly continued their impressive form as they put Derrytresk to the sword to win 2-13 to 1-6 having opened up a 2-8 to 0-3 lead at the break. Garret O’Neill and Eoghan Mc Connell both hit the net for the winners while among the points were Ronan O’Kane 0-3, Lorcan Mc Cullagh 0-3 and Nathan Mc Laughlin 0-2. Odhran Hughes once again top scored for Derrytresk with 1-1 while Cathal O’Neill (3), Caolan O’Donnell (1) and Conor Fitzgerald were among the points.

Augher got back to winning ways with a two point win over a spirited Brackaville side. There was little between the sides at the break as the sides reached the break with Augher leading 0-7 to 0-5. The second half was score for score as the sides were level on three occasions but Augher dug deep late in the game and with points from Ben Trainor and Finbarr Mc Quaid took the points on a final score of 0-14 to 0-12. Augher scorers on the night were Eoghan Keenan (4), Martin Mc Elhatton (2), Jarlath Mc Namee (2), Declan Connolly, Ben Trainor (3), Pascal Gormley and Finbarr Mc Quaid. Scorers on the night for an improving Brackaville side were Jason O Neill (3),  Dale Mc Sorley (3), Ronan Mc Hugh (3), Daire Carberry (2) and Tiernan Ruddy.

Strabane Sigersons hosted Castlederg in the north Tyrone derby on Friday night and lost out narrowly after a very competitive game. The Derg lads will be delighted not just with the result but more importantly with the performance. Caolan Harvey, Mark Corry and Adam Traynor led the line superbly for the Derg. Traynor top scored with 0-5 with Mark Corry contributing a brace of points. HaydnMc Namee (0-6) top scored for the home side with Kelvin Nelson (1-0) and Conal Crawford (0-2) also on target. Final score Derg 0-13, Sigersons 1-9.

CNG met a resurgent Killyman side who led at the break 1-5 to 04 but a few early second half scores from the north Tyrone side changed the momentum and the game. A second Killyman goal rattled CNG temporarily but they held their nerve and dominated the closing fifteen minutes to win well in the end. CNG scorers David Conway 0-2, Cathair O Neill 0-1, Terry Mc Caughey 0-3, Aaron Devine 0-1,  Dan Houston 0-2, Chrissy Browne 0-1, Conor Kerlin 0-1, Conor Mc Aleer 0-1, Shea Browne 0-1, Ciaran Kerlin 0-1. Enda and Caomhan Mc Gahan got the Killyman goals while the other points came courtesy of Adam Cullen, Ryan Mc Kenna, Conor Gribben, Gary Hamill and Cathal Mc Gahan.

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