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Minor League Quarter Finals Wrap Up

Friday 07.06.2013
Team Talk Mag
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The quarter finals of the minor league took place with action in all of the grades. Ardboe had a comfortable 1-23 to 0- 6 win at home to Cappagh with David Mulgrew 1-2, Barry Devlin 0-3, Caolan Mallaghan 0-2, Michael O’Neill 0-2, Aidan O’Neill 0-2, Danny Brady 0-2, Michael Lynn 0-3, Ollie Mallaghan 0-2, Nathan Bell 0-2 and Mattie Lavery their scorers on a night when keeper Conor Quinn, Eddie Sheehy, Ryan Sheehy, Danny Brady, Aidan O’Neill, Ollie Mallaghan, Oisin Devlin, Nathan Bell, Caolan Mallaghan and David Mulgrew all played well for the Rossas.

Galbally had a comfortable win at home to Dungannon. Seamus Mulgrew, Ronan Nugent, Patrick Quinn, Conn Bowman, Christopher Norris, John Hanna and Conor Kelly all had points for the Pearses with Nugent and Colm McAleer getting two goals each. Corin Kelly and Aidan O’Brien had points for the Clarkes with Conor Loughran and Darragh Rafferty getting the visitors’ goals.

Aghaloo edged out Newtownstewart in a high scoring encounter 3-12 to 2-13. Aghaloo trailed for most of the game but they came from behind to win with Tiarnan Donnelly top scoring with seven points and Caolan Boyle and Jody McGlone both playing well too. Tiernan McNamee hit seven points for the St.Eugenes, Shane Ashenhurst got 1-1, Patrick Hargan 1-0, Aidan McSorley 0-2, Niall Mayse 0-2 and Pearce McSorley 0-1.

Trillick beat Moy 1-15 to 3-5 with the help of great performances from Philip McQuaid, Ryan Farry, Neal Gray, Stephen O’Donnell, Conor Smith, Peter Gallagher, Daire Gallagher and Lee Brennan. Declan Conroy 2-2, Conor McCaffery 1-0, Shay Armstrong 0-1 and Patrick Lavery 0-1 were the Moy scorers. Coalisland got the better of Omagh 0-11 to 0-7 at Healy Park. Sean Corr 0-3, Kyle Proctor 0-3, Cormac O’Hagan 0-2, Gerard Quinn 0-2 and Michael McKernan were the Fianna scorers on a night when Conal Lyons, Corr, O’Hagan and Proctor were all to the fore for the winners. Fintona defeated Moortown in a cracking encounter that required extra time to decide as it finished 3-19 to 4-13. Christopher McGuigan, Dara McVey, Justin Conlon, James Devlin, Shane McKeown and Conal McVey [1-6] played well for the St.Malachys.

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