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YOUTH Minor League Wrap Up

Monday 29.02.2016
Team Talk Mag
Club


 

Round two of the Tyrone minor league took place over the weekend and once again there were a number of interesting results. Dungannon made it two wins out of two when they accounted for reigning champions Moortown at O’Neill Park. Conor McKee led the way in the scoring stakes for the Clarkes with 1-4 to his name with Oran Mallon, Mark McKearney and defender Odhran McArdle all on target as well. Ronan Boyle stood out in defence for the winners in what was a good all round solid display. Eunan Devlin found the net for the St.Malachys as it finished 1-14 to 1-7.

 

Killeeshil bounced back from an opening day defeat when they had the minimum to spare away to neighbours Galbally in a low scoring encounter. It took both sides a while to settle and after Conor Donaghy and Pascal Donaghy had exchanged points Thomas Hoy put the visitors in front. Daniel Kerr though then struck for a Galbally goal but that proved to be their last score of the half as Killeeshil hit back to go in on level terms thanks to another Hoy score. Hoy and Kerr swapped second half points before the former and midfielder Daniel Millar edged Killeeshil two in front. Galbally exerted a spell pf late pressure but all they could muster was another Kerr point as it finished 0-9 to 1-5.

 

Errigal Ciaran made the trip to play Dromore and produced a fine display to emerge 1-17 to 0-14 winners. Caolan McCarron hit half a dozen points for the St.Dympnas but the visitors always had the upper hand with Peter Og McCartan and Molloy to the fore. Fergal Devlin hit 1-5 for Cookstown but it didn’t prevent them from shipping a heavy defeat at the hands of Donaghmore.

 

Beragh made the trip to Sigerson Park to take on Strabane and they came home with the two points on a 2-9 to 1-10 scoreline. Oisin Donnelly was in fine form for the Red Knights scoring 2-4 from play with Callum Corrigan, Eoin Grimes, Oisin Treacy, Darren McNeilis and Sean Kerr their other marksmen. Donnelly, Kerr, Corrigan and keeper Liam Ward all played well for Beragh.

 

Kildress won a high scoring encounter with Kildress, 4-11 to 2-13 the final scoreline. Shane Conlon and midfielder Arian Devlin got the goals for the O’Rahillys with Ryan McCabe and Ronan Corey notching four points each with midfielder Ryan O’Neill contributing three. In defence Clonoe were best served by James Taggart,  Oisin McHugh and PJ Coyle.

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