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Minor League Wrap Up

Monday 09.03.2015
Team Talk Mag
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Defending grade one champions Moortown picked up their first win of the campaign when they were comfortable victors away to Donaghmore. Shane McKeown and Ryan Conlon got 1-2 each for the St.Malachys with Christopher McGuigan grabbing 1-1 and Callum Gallagher [3], Jack McGuigan [2], Rian McLarnon [2], Conor McVey and Tiarnan Corr also on target. Conor Hasson top scored for the home side with 1-1 with Brannon Molloy [2] and Tiernan Drayne their other marksmen on the day. In the same group Clonoe had a 0-13 to 0-9 win over neighbours Coalisland with Fintan McClure, Connor McLoughlin and Sean Cullen among their scorers with C Donnelly, M O’Neill and A Devlin all playing well for them. Gerard Woods [4], Cormac O’Hagan [2], Peter Herron, Eoghan Rankin and Ryan Magee were the Fianna marksmen on a day when their best player was Gavin Graham. Dungannon lead section 1A after recording a thumping win at Derrylaughan to make it two out of two. Patrick Molloy scored a hat trick of goals for the Clarkes with Dailaigh Jones, James Morgan and Lorcan Mallon also finding the net. The winners led by only two points at the break but then took over in the second half with good performances coming from Pearce Loughran, Ciaran Barker and Curtis McDonagh. The Kevin Barrys were missing a few players on the day with Paul Donnelly [4], Cealon Corr [2], Aidan Gervin and Momad do Santos their point scorers on the day.

 

In section 1B there were wins for Omagh, Carrickmore and Dromore. Daniel Blake and Niall Molloy both scored three points each with Cathal Quinn, Francis McConville and Paul Traynor all playing well but Errigal Ciaran lost narrowly at home to neighbours Carrickmore, 1-5 to 0-6 the score line. Dromore won 0-13 to 1-6 away to Cappagh with Oran Sludden, Declan McNulty, Andrew McGrath and Tiarnan Sludden among their points  while Omagh got off the mark in impressive style with a 2-11 to 0-5 victory over Newtownstewart at Healy Park. Odhran McGoldrick top scored for the winners with 1-2 to his name, Ronan Clarke got their other goal, Thomas Clarke and Diarmuid O’Doherty weighed in with a brace of points each with Damien McGuigan, Caolan Moss, Caolan Gillespie and Emmett McElhatton all getting their names on the score sheet as well. Michael Coreless, Conor Trainer, Patrick Hargan, David Patton and Eoin Donnelly were the point scorers for the St.Eugenes on an afternoon when they had good displays from Piaras McNamee, Brandon O’Goan, Coreless, Donnelly and Patton.

 

Edendork top section 2A after a comfortable victory against Moy. Paul Donaghy led the way in the scoring stakes for the winners with 2-6 to his name while Emmett Hughes weighed in with 1-2 as they made it three wins out of three. Cookstown picked up their second win of the campaign after a narrow 1-12 to 1-10 success over Gaul Naomh Padraig. Dean Teague landed eight points for the Father Rocks with Ben Hampsey bagging their goal and Dylan Coyle and Ciaran McCracken contributing two points each. Aaron Ridewood made some great saves in goals for the winners with Ronan Donnelly and Teague to the fore as well. Kildress recorded their first win of the campaign with an impressive performance against Killeeshil at Gortacladdy. Adam Connolly [1-2], Matty McGuigan [1-1], Darragh Loughran [3], Ruairi Monaghan [3], Caolan Mullin [1-0], Darren O’Kane [1-0], Corey Holland [2] and Liam Nugent all contributed to their 4-12 total. It was a good all round display from the young Wolfe Tones with Eoin Hagan in defence, Adam Connolly and Darren O’Kane in midfield and Darragh Loughran and Matty McGuigan up front particularly prominent. Pascal Donaghy chipped in with half a dozen points for Killeeshil with Niall McElvogue getting their goal and Cormac Donaghy also on target. The other game in this section saw Eglish claim a narrow win in a high scoring encounter at Pomeroy, 2-16 to 4-7.

 

Aghyaran were busy over the weekend and their two wins away from home mean that they sit at the top of section 2B. They got the better of Fintona on Friday night 2-9 to 1-8 with Ciaran McGlinchey netting both goals and Cahir Moss [2], Brian Penrose [2], Johnny Connolly [2], Ethan McHugh and Benny Gallen all getting points. On Sunday they faced the Glenelly/ Gortin amalgamation Both Domhnaigh and they emerged 3-12 to 3-7 winners. Cahir Moss bagged two goals, Brian Penrose scored 1-3, Benny Gallen weighed in with four points with Ethan McHugh [2], Ciaran McGlinchey, Ronan McGuire and Gerard Carlin completing the scoring. Fintona bounced back from Friday night to beat Beragh forty eight hours later. The Pearses had nine different scorers on the day with Cathal Starrs leading the charge with 1-5 to his name with Cathal Ledly and J Murphy both finding the net as well on a day when Maguire and Peace were strong at midfield and Maurice McCloughan set up a lot of attacks from centre half back. In the other game in this section Tattyreagh emerged 1-19 to 2-7 winners away to Strabane.

 

In section 3A there were wins for Loughmacrory, Stewartstown and Brackaville over Derrytresk, Greencastle and Rock respectively. Rock staged a brave fight back against the Roes but their efforts on the day just fell short. In the first half the teams shared eight goals as defences struggled with the Rock majors coming from Padraig Ward and Liam Nugent(2). An early second half goal for Brackaville stretched their lead but Rock fought back with goals from Mark Ward and Shea Litter. A last minute shot from Sean Moran nearly gave Rock the win but he had to settle for a point and with that time was up. Rock scorers on the day where Padraig Ward 1-2, Liam Nugent 2-3 Mark Ward 1-0 Shea Litter 1-0, Caolan Devlin 0-1, Adrian Barrow 0-1 and Sean Moran 0-1. In section 3B Drumragh, Castlederg and Trillick claimed the points over Drumquin, Cappagh and Omagh respectively.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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