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McAleer And Rushe Minor League Wrap Up
Drumragh and Sperrin Og shared the spoils after a thrilling encounter at Greencastle. It was a contest that saw the lead change hands on a number of occasions before it finished 5-5 to 3-11. Rihanna Mullin 2-1, Caoimhe McCarron 0-5, Emma Cait Gallagher 1-1, Genevieve Norris 2, Rihanna Barrett and Iona Mills got the scores for the Sarsfields with points in injury time from Mills and Barrett earning the visitors a share off the spoils. Josie Hughes, Cara Kerlin, Norris and Mullin all played well for Drumragh.
There was also a stalemate when Glenelly and Loughmacrory went head to head, 1-16 to 4-7. Both keepers were in top form throughout in an even contest that produced plenty of good football. Kerri McGlone hit an impressive 1-11 for Glenelly with Claragh Mossey 3 and Ellis Daly 2 their other scorers.
Omagh proved too strong for a gallant Trillick side. Emer McCanny 3-3, Shauna McCrory 3-1, Eimear Cunningham 2-3, Aine Strain 1-1, Emma McCrossan 1-0, Leah Swift, Aine Cunningham, Sally McMenamin and Eimear Meyler were the scorers for the St.Endas.
Clonoe made it five wins out of five when they got the better of Cookstown away from home. With Niamh Kilpatrick and Ellie Bleeks to the fore in defence Clonoe led 2-3 to 0-1 at the break with Megan Hughes and Niamh O’Hagan getting the goals and the O’Hagan sisters Aine and Medbh and Rebecca Hughes adding points. Cookstown began the second half strongly with a couple of points and they almost got a goal but for a good save from Clonoe keeper Sara Cullen. Cara McKee then weighed in with 1-1 for the winners and they never looked back. Beth, Medbh and Aine Heagney all scored goals with Ciara Hughes getting a brace of points late on.
Clann Na Gael hosted Beragh in their final league game of the campaign. Beragh hit 2-3 in the first half but despite playing against a strong breeze it was the home side who were comfortably ahead at the interval. In the second half the home side maintained a safe distance with Seanin O’Neill, Aine Kerlin, Ciara McAleer, Eimear Kerlin and Shauneen O’Neill among their scorers on the night.
Moy proved too strong for Errigal Ciaran despite the latter leading by six points at the interval. Moy got two quick goals at the start of the second half to turn the game on its head and they went on to find the net a further three times to run out comfortable winners in the end.