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Minor League Wrap Up

Thursday 21.07.2022
Team Talk Mag
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Greencastle produced a high scoring display to win away to Naomh Eoghan. Eoghan Conway top scored for the winners with 3-2 to his name and not far behind him was Sean Og Teague with a contribution of 2-3. Mickey Joe McGlinchey and Ronan Coyle both weighed in with 2-1 each with Caolan Tracey 1-1, Darragh Morris 1-0 and Shane Morris all on target as well.

 

Loughmacrory were 2-12 to 2-7 winners over Dromore with Brian Gallagher and Paudi Dillon getting the St.Dympnas goals and Oisin Teague and Fergal McGurren featuring among their points.

 

Cookstown kept their playoff hopes alive with a 1-19 to 2-7 victory at home to neighbours Kildress. Keegan Hampsey 1-6, Lorcan McMurray 0-8, Ryan Nugent 0-3, Conall Sheehy 0-1 and Eoin Long 0-1 were the scorers for the Father Rocks on a night when they had good performances from McMurray, Hampsey and Charlie Hawker.

 

Galbally made sure of home advantage in their semi final after recording a narrow 1-9 to 0-11 victory over Errigal Ciaran at Dunmoyle. Sean Hughes, Darragh Donaghy and Eoghan O’Neill were among the points for the Pearses with defender Enda McLaughlin getting the all important goal in the third quarter. Conal Quinn, Donaghy and James Rafferty were to the fore for the winners in the second half. Shea McDermott top scored for Errigal Ciaran with Dara McGinley and Ciaran Mullin on target as well.

 

Killeeshil enjoyed a good win over Coalisland to keep their hopes of a semi final place on track. The Fianna grabbed two early goals but the winners hit back to lead 3-5 to 2-3 at the break thanks to goals from Darragh Nugent [2] and Daniel Rafferty. A second major early in the second half from Rafferty stretched Killeeshil’s advantage and the never looked back. The winners had good displays from keeper Aaron McGovern, Michael Carty in defence, James Canning at midfield and Luke Donnelly up front.

 

Both Domhnaigh secured a hard earned 1-17 to 3-8 win over Fintona. Liam Og Mossey was in outstanding form for the winners with 1-11 to his name with Lorcan McCullagh 0-4, Karl McCormack 0-1 and Shane Mossey their other scorers on the night while they had good defensive displays from Cian McConnell and Conor McKenna.

 

Defending grade 1 champions Donaghmore are still undefeated after ending Eglish’s run with the help of good performances from James McCann, Rory McGee, Conall McGee and Caolan Quinn.

 

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