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Minor Championship Round Up

Tuesday 28.04.2015
Team Talk Mag
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The opening round of the club minor championship took place on Tuesday evening with action in all three grades. In grade one Omagh travelled to the Loughshore to take on Derrylaughan and they came away with a 2-13 to 3-6 win. Paul Donnelly scored a hat trick of goals for the Kevin Barrys with Tomas Carney [4], James Donnelly and Conor Donnelly their other scorers. The home side failed to capitalise on a host of chances in the first half although they still led by three at the break. Sean Cullen pulled off a number of saves for Derrylaughan, Gavin Corr, Colm Rooney and John Donaghy played well in defence, Tomas Carney and Brian Kennedy worked hard in midfield and Paul Donnelly was the pick of their forwards.

 

Carrickmore played host to Newtownstewart and they emerged emphatic 1-11 to 0-4 winners. Ciaran Cuddy top scored for the St.Colmcilles with 1-3 to his name with Paddy McElduff [2], James McGurk, Aidan Fullerton, Tiernan Murray, Conor Loughran, Ronan McKay and Ciaran Daly all getting their names on the score sheet as well. The winners had good performances from Sean Donnelly, James McGurk and Tiernan Murray. Clonoe were 0-9 to 0-7 winners away to Cappagh while Coalisland also had two points to spare over Ardboe, 0-11 to 0-9.

 

In grade two Moy played host to Killeeshil and they emerged 4-10 to 1-9 winners. Rory Magee bagged three goals for the hosts with Callum Fleming also finding the net with Ryan Coleman, Diarmuid McKeown, Philip Mallon, Fleming and Emmett Lavery supplying points on a night when Odhran Casey, Tom Loughran and Patrick Mackle all played well for them too. Eglish overcame Cookstown by three points, 3-14 to 4-8, in a contest that required extra time to decide. Ben Hampsey, Dean Teague and Ryan Bradley got the goals for the Father Rocks with Dylan Coyle and Caolan Mullan getting among the points as well. Both Domhnaigh were comfortable winners over Fintona while the Tattyreagh v Owen Roes game was abandoned twelve minutes from time due to a waterlogged pitch.

 

Greencastle and Stewartstown must do it all over again after a 2-7 to 1-10 draw. Shay Burke hit five points for the Harps with James Mitchell getting their goal and Steven Talbot [3], Ruairi Kennedy and Cumhai O’Neill their other scorers. Nathan McNally, Dylan McElhatton, Conor Lowe, Burke, Talbot, Mark O’Neill, Peadar Lowe and Mitchell all played well for Stewartstown. The Harps could have won it right at the end but Burke missed a penalty with the last kick of the game. Drumragh held off a spirited Rock fightback to win 1-13 to 1-7. The Sarsfields led 1-10 to 0-2 at the interval. Tommy Mullin led the way in the scoring stakes for Drumragh with Shane Devine, Ciaran Donaghey, Caolan Womersley and Rory McBride all playing well for them. Padraig Ward [4], Liam Nugent [1-1] and Martin Corrigan [2] were the Rock marksmen. There was only four between the sides with less than ten minutes left on the clock but Drumragh finished strongly. Rock had good performances on the night from Cormac O’Neill and Conor Ward in defence as well as Padraig Ward in attack. Loughmacrory were 4-12 to 2-9 winners away to Derrytresk.

 

Meanwhile in the league there was one game played with Dungannon ensuring they topped division 1B after easing to a 3-12 to 0-5 win over neighbours Donaghmore. Peter Kelly and Dailigh Jones got goals for the Clarkes with strong performances coming from Oran Mallon, Jones and Lorcan Mallon.

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