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Minor League Wrap Up

Saturday 08.03.2014
Team Talk Mag
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The second round of fixtures in the Tyrone minor league took place on Saturday afternoon with action in all grades. Owen Roes trailed Strabane by ten points at halftime at Sigerson Park but goals from Sean Kelly [2] and Ryan McAleer saw the visitors turn things around in the second period to win by the minimum margin. Moortown made it two wins out of two when they accounted for Coalisland on a 2-13 to 2-8 scoreline. Shaun Conway and Ronan Conlon got the goals for the St.Malachys with Conan McLernon weighing in with half a dozen points on a day when Tiernan Corr and Daire Quinn played well in the winners’ defence. Ryan Magee and Gavin Graham got the Fianna goals with Tiarnan Duffy, Gerard Quinn, Sean Corr and Eoghan Rankin contributing points with Tiarnan Teague and Michael McKernan playing well in defence on a day when they finished with thirteen men.

Errigal Ciaran and Cappagh played out an entertaining 3-10 each draw with Owen Kelly, Jodie Farrell and Niall Kelly the goal scorers for the Dunmoyle based lads with Pauric McAnenly hitting seven points on a day when they were best served by McAnenly, Owen Kelly, Niall Kelly, Packie O’Neill and D Blake. However star performance on the day had to be Ryan Bradley who hit a superb personal tally of 3-4 for Cappagh. Dungannon and Moy played out a stalemate as well. Ciaran Fox and Aidan O’Brien scored goals in the first minute for the Clarkes on a day when they had good displays from Lorcan Mallon, Gary Molloy and Patrick Molloy. Moy trailed for the entire game but gradually reduced the deficit before equalising in the final minute. Declan Conroy [6], Chris O’Neill [1-1], Ryan Coleman [2] and Francie Kelly [2] were their scorers with Turlough Kelly, Inaki McKearney, Patrick Mackle and Chris O’Neill all playing well for them.

Omagh came from behind to edge out Galbally at Healy Park. The St.Endas had a strong wind in the first half and at one stage they led by six points thanks to efforts from Caolan Moss, Diarmuid O’Doherty and Joe Colton. The Pearse though responded with points from Ciaran Corrigan, Conor Kelly and Daniel Kerr coupled with a Colm McAleer goal to go in level at the break. In the second half the Pearses moved two points in front thanks to scores from Enda McGarrity and Patrick Quinn but Omagh responded through O’Doherty and Colton before the latter hit the winner late on as it finished 0-13 to 1-9. Eglish had a comfortable win over Aghaloo while Shane Skelton, Gary McConomy, Cormac Rodgers and James McDonagh all played well for Drumquin as they beat Urney 3-10 to 1-7. Jonah Lafferty scored 1-4 for the St.Columbas with Daniel Doherty getting their other three points.

Derrylaughan beat Fintona 1-10 to 1-8 with Paul Donnelly [1-1], Tomas Carney [3], James Donnelly [3], Sean Corr [2] and Caolan Gordon the Kevin Barrys scorers on the day. Reece Partington [1-2] and Sonnie McDonagh [5] did the baulk of the scoring for the Pearses. Naomh Padraig defeated Rock 3-12 to 0-11. Rock played well in the first half but three goals in the space of five minutes left them chasing the game. Padraig Ward top scored for Rock with seven points to his name, Enda Mallon got a brace and Adrian Barrow and Oran Devlin scored one each. They were best served by Conor Barrow in defence, Shea Litter in midfield and Padraig Ward up front.

Donaghmore beat Cookstown 3-8 to 0-10. Best for the winners were Odhran McCluskey, Aidan Quinn and Eoghan McLaughlin in defence, Ciaran Cush in midfield and Sean McCaul [1-3] and Dermot McCann [1-1] up front while Brannon Molloy made a massive impact in the second half when coming on as a substitute. Pomeroy and Stewartstown fought out a 3-10 each draw. Macaulay Quinn [1-4], Tiernan Rushe [1-2], Shay O’Neill [1-1, Mark O’Neill, Darren Devlin and Shay Devlin were the Harps scorers on a day when Conor Lowe, Gerard O’Neill, Dylan McElhatton, Mark O’Neill, Shay O’Neill, Tiernan Rushe and Macaulay Quinn all played well for them. Best for Pomeroy were Ryan Loughran, Gavin Goodfellow and Aidan Woods.

Tattyreagh were emphatic winners over Killeeshil with the help of strong performances from Peadar Mullan, James Darcy, Johnny Harkin, Joe Cartin, Eoghan Murray, Jarlath McDonagh and Mark Gilloway. Dromore beat Loughmacrory 3-9 to 2-8 with the help of goals from Peter Teague, Cahir McGovern and Declan McNulty with a strong performance coming from Gavin Teague in defence. Newtownstewart took on Aghyaran with the St.Davogs coming out on top with the minimum to spare, 2-7 to 1-9. Aidan McSorley [3], Ciaran McSorley [1-0], Michael Coreless, Patrick Hargan, Aodhan McNamee, Daryl McGuigan, David Patton and Tiarnan McNamee were the St.Eugenes scorers. A second half goal from Rory McBride proved to be the decisive score as Drumragh beat Gortin by a single point

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