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Minor League Wrap Up
Aghyaran edged past Greencastle in a high scoring encounter. Barry McMenamin weighed in with 2-3 for the St.Davogs with Owen Moss getting their other two goals as it finished 4-8 to 2-11. Sean Og Teague top scored for Greencastle with 0-7 to his name with Mickey Joe McGlinchey hitting 1-3 and Ronan Coyle getting their other 1-1.
Edendork were winners over Derrylaughan in a contest that saw both sides find the net half a dozen times. Conor Mallon was in superb form for the winners with 3-5 to his name with Fiacra Nelis 1-5, Paddy McLernon 1-2, Conn Doherty 1-0, Conan Colton 0-3, Cory Bell 0-2 and Declan Cullen their other marksmen on the night.
Killeeshil had the minimum to spare over Cookstown away from home. Michael Carty in defence, Dillon O’Neill at midfield and Daniel Rafferty up front played well for the winners. Michael McElhatton 1-4, Keegan Hampsey 1-3, Charlie Hawker 0-1, Canice Cullen 0-1, Lorcan McMurray 0-1 and Conall Sheehy 0-1 were the Father Rocks scorers on a night when they had good displays from McElhatton and Hampsey.
Dromore had a hard earned 0-15 to 0-13 win over next door neighbours Trillick. Reece McAleer and Padraig Dillon were prominent on the scoreboard for the St.Dympnas with John Edgar also playing well for the winners. Donaghmore were 4-15 to 3-10 winners over Loughmacrory in one of the games of the round. Rory McGee, James McCann, Caolan Quinn and Jude McNally all played well for the winners with Eoin McElholm top scoring for the St.Theresas.
Dungannon emerged comfortable winners away to Coalisland. Finn Spence and Kipras Sidabras were among the goals for the Clarkes with Leo Hughes, Matthew Quinn and Christopher Slater contributing points. Dungannon also had good displays from Seran Alin, Zenho Grenadeiro and Caolan McGrath.
Galbally laid the foundations in the first half for victory away to Both Domhnaigh as they established a 3-6 to 0-7 lead with Eoghan O’Neill and Darragh Donaghy both finding the net and Sean Hughes featuring among the points. Liam Og Mossey and Cormac McAnenly responded for the home side but the Pearses defence held strong to ensure the win.
Errigal Ciaran travelled to Drumquin to take on the home side in the preliminary round of the grade 4 championship and they came away with a good win. A brace of points from Charlie Maguire and Kevin Hughes coupled with a goal from midfielder Keenan Adams gave the visitors the early advantage before Finnan Patterson and Eoin McLaughlin exchanged points to leave it 1-6 to 0-3 at the break. An early second half goal from Lorcan McGarvey put Errigal Ciaran into a commanding lead before responded with Patterson raising a green flag at the other end of the field. Maguire and McLaughlin tagged on points but the Wolfe Tones stayed in touch through Patterson scores to reduce the gap to just two points. The visitors defence though held out with Odhran Loughran and Michael Mullin to the fore to advance to the next round.