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Minor League Wrap Up

Wednesday 24.04.2013
Team Talk Mag
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Tattyreagh had fourteen points to spare in their win over Naomh Padraig emerging victorious in a game that saw eight goals in total. The winners 4-20 total included a return of 3-1 for Joe Cartin while Keelan Mc Donagh hit 0-9 for his side. Others to feature on the scoring stakes were TJ Richards 1-2, Eoin Murray 0-2, James Darcy 0-2, Johnny Harkin 0-2, Niall Murray 0-1 and Brian Callaghan 0-1. In a resolute defence there were strong displays from Oisin Mullan, Fergal Armstrong and Niall Murray while  James Darcy and Eoghan Murray put in a solid hour’s work in the middle of the field. Final score Tattyreagh 4-20, Naomh Padraig 4-6.

The local derby between Coalisland and Clonoe proved to be a close one with the Rahillys edging it by a point 1-8 to 1-7. Fianna scorers on the night were Cormac O’Hagan(0-3), Cathair Quinn(0-2), Tiernan Teague (0-2)  and Gerard Quinn (1-0). On a night which saw the Fianna struggle in many positions Conal Lyons stood out at full back. The Ardboe v Donaghmore game had to be abandoned due to an injury.

Galbally defeated Fintona at home this evening 3-17 to 2-7. The home side’s goals came from county minor Christopher Morris, Patrick Quinn and Peter Quinn while John Hanna, Conor Kelly, Enda Mc Garrity and Mark Quinn were all among the point scorers. Fintona’s two late goals put a look of respectability on the score but they will be a different outfit next week when the same teams meet in the championship.

Stewartstown had four points to spare over Eglish winning 2-11 to 1-10 with Dan Lowe hitting four of their points. Connor Quinn(1-0), Shea O’Neill (0-1)Macauley Quinn (0-3) were among the scorers for the winners while Nathan Mc Nally, Mark O’Neill, Shane Whitehouse and Mark Rooney all performed well. Moy and Derrylaughan served up a high scoring encounter which saw Moy emerge 5-11 to 1-12 winners. Niall Mc Conville hit 2-2 for his team while Ryan Coleman 1-3, Francie Kelly 1-1, and Philip Mallon did most of the scoring for the winners. Derrylaughan actually led by three with a few minutes left until the break before Moy hit two goals inside three minutes to take the lead which they retained right to the end. Best for the winners on the night were Declan Conroy, Sean Hanna, Chris O’Neill, Patrick Lavery, Joe Mc Mahon and the twin Mc Convilles.

Aghaloo got the better of Moortown at home tonight winning 4-20 to 1-17. James Devlin, Jack Mc Guigan and Conan Mc Lernon all performed well for Moortown. Glenelly defeated Omagh 2-11 to 0-9 to finish second in 3B with Cathal O’Neill hitting five points for the winners. Others on target were Conal Furey 1-1, Eamon Mc Connell 1-1, Barry O’Connell 0-2, Brian Mc Connell and Cathair Mc Cullagh 0-1 each. Best for Glenelly on the night were Shane Conway, Eamon Mc Connell, Brian McConnell, Cathal O’Neill and Cathair Mc Cullagh.

Table toppers Aghyaran were pushed hard tonight by their bear neighbours Castlederg in a very competitive match that finished 2-8 to 1-6 in favour of the St Davogs. They led 1-4 to 0-4 at the break but Castlederg showed great character to come back in the second half and lead by two points 1-6 to 1-4 with fifteen minutes remaining. The Derg also hit the post with a penalty which would have put them out of sight. But Aghyaran showed tremendous heart to hit 1-4 without reply in the last twelve minutes to win by five points. Scorers: Aghyaran Ronan Mc Hugh 1-4, Oisin Mc Hugh1-1, Caolan Gormley, Paddy Gallen and Ronan Mc Hugh 0-1 each.  Castlederg: Paddy Porter 1-2, Jack Ramsey, Ryan Mc Grath, Jimmy Mooney and Pauric Keys 0-1 each.

Trillick and Newtownstewart played out a highly entertaining game which saw the St Eugene’s take the honours on a 2-11 to 0-14 scoreline. It was the ability to take goals that proved the difference between the teams and Aidan Mc Sorley and Daryll Mc Guigan’s second half majors proved to be the key scores on the night. Tiernan Mc Namee top scored with 0-6 while Shane Ashenhurst, Pearce Mc Sorley and Patrick Hargan each landed a point for the winners.

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