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Minor Ladies Wrap Up In Association With McAleer And Rushe
Owen Roes played host to Beragh and they edged the verdict by the minimum margin, 2-12 to 1-14. Cara McAleer top scored for the winners with 2-3 to her name with Ciara Kennedy 0-3, Sophie McGlynn 0-2, Aoibheann McCrossan 0-2, Naomh McNulty and Maya Phillips their other scorers.
Dromore made the short trip to Drumragh and they returned home with both league points. Caoimhe McCarron 0-5, Emma Cait Gallagher 1-1, Rihanna Mullin 1-1, Rihanna Barrett 0-2 and Emma McCloskey got the scores for the Sarsfields with keeper Aine MacRory, Evie Gallagher, Grace McCusker and Rihanna Mullin all having good games.
Glenelly’s ability to get goals proved decisive as they made home advantage count against Killeeshil. Kerri McGlone was in superb form for the winners with 3-7 to her name with Bree McBride 1-2, Claragh Mossey 1-1, Lilly Rose Clarke 1-0 and Maebh McKeown their other scorers on the night.
Clann Na Gael travelled to Sigerson Park to take on Strabane and they edged the verdict on a 2-8 to 2-6 scoreline. The winners led by four points at the break and they managed to stay ahead in the second period thanks to a few superb saves from keeper Rosha Gallagher. Seanin O’Neill, Cara Devine, Aine Kerlin, Ciara McAleer and Shauneen O’Neill were among the scorers for the winners.
Aghyaran travelled to play Tattyreagh and came away with a 3-13 to 3-3 victory. Cara Byrne top scored for the St.Davogs with 2-4 to her name with Kacee Goan just behind her with 1-6 and Eimear Gallagher getting their other three points.
Omagh and Carrickmore went head to head and in a high scoring affair it was the latter who came out on top. The St.Endas led by a point at the break but Carrickmore emerged winners. Emer McCanny top scored for Omagh with 2-6 with Shauna McCrory 2-2, Aine Cunningham 0-2, Eimear McCrossan, Emma McCrossan their other scorers.
Fintona maintained their one hundred percent record but they had to pull out all the stops against Pomeroy after the sides were level at halftime. Rosie McCabe and Cora Lagan stood out for the Pearses in their defence with Aoife McGillion 0-5, Aoife Wilson 1-2, Grainne Cassidy 0-4, Niamh McMenamin 1-1 and Erin Harvey getting their scores.
Clonoe played host to Cappagh at O’Rahilly Park and it finished all square, 2-10 to 3-7. Aine Heagney got Clonoe’s first half goal with Niamh O’Hagan among the points as they led 1-6 to 1-4 at the break. Cappagh took the lead in the second half but Clonoe hit back with points from Ciara Hughes and Anna Duffy while Cara McKee converted a penalty after she had been fouled herself as it ended up all square.
Moortown were emphatic winners against Errigal Ciaran at Dunmoyle. Donica Ryan and Chiara McQuillan bagged a brace of goals each for the St.Malachys with Sarah Devlin landing ten points. Mia Crozier, Caoileann Quinn and Brianna Vincent played well in defence for Moortown as did Caoimhe McNally in midfield who finished with five points to her name. Kelly McCaffrey got three points for Errigal Ciaran with Caoimhe McCreesh 0-2 and Meabh Canavan their other scorers on the night.
Castlederg made home advantage count against Cookstown. Eadaoin Lynch top scored for the winners with 1-8 with midfielders Caitlin McCallion 1-1 and Leah McMenamin 1-3 also on target. Amy Sheehy 1-3, Eabha Coyle 1-0, Emily McGurk 0-2 and Kate Mulligan got the Cookstown scores.