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Minor League Wrap-up
Owen Roes minors second game of 2012 yielded maximum returns as they accounted for Aghyaran in Pairc an Ghleanna this evening. Ahead at the break following goals from Ricky Devine (2), Cathal McShane, Ronan McNulty and a rare Sean Dooher major put the home side in control as they led 5.9 to 2.3 at half time.
The Leckpatrick outfit continued their blitz in the second half as goals further goals from McShane,Charles O’Doherty, Seamus Dooher and substitute Kevin Cairns ensured that they have full points after two games.
Meanwhile Killyclogher and Strabane played out an entertaining 1-10 to 2-7 draw at Ballinamullen this evening in spite of several very heavy sleet showers. Worryingly for Mickey Donnelly and his county minor squad was the news that star forward Mark Bradley had to leave the field with an injury. Hopefully it will not prove serious and “Sparky” will be back playing again soon. Nathan Donnelly got the Cappagh goal with Bradley notching three or four points before sustaining his injury. Martin Mongan and Shea Doherty got the Sigersons goals within a minute of each other.
Galbally played host to Parish neighbours Donaghmore at Pearse Park and it was the visitors who triumphed on a 1-13 to 0-12 scoreline. Philip Donnelly got the only goal of the game with Deasun Quinn and Jordan McNamee among the points for the St.Patricks, Neil Hagan and Ronan Nugent with scores for the hosts. Cappagh and Strabane shared the spoils on a 1-10 to 2-7 scoreline.
Gael Naomh Padraig defeated Naomh Padraig 4-13 to 2-11. Darragh Kavanagh was in superb form for the Augher/Clogher combination scoring 3-7 while Emmett Keenan notched 1-3. James McKeever, Caolan Corr and Paudie Bell were best for the Brocagh/ Derrytresk select. Stewartstown defeated Moy 1-12 to 1-9 with Michael Cartmill [1-2], Ryan Coleman , Niall McConville , Jack Kelly, Turlough Kelly and Jack McDonald the marksmen for the sky blues. Dan Lowe was the Harps goal scorer with Sean Rushe , Shane Whitehouse  and Tiernan Rushe among their points on a night when their keeper Nathan O’Neill also played well. Errigal Ciaran beat Dromore 2-14 to 0-9 with Mark Kavanagh and Niall Quinn getting their goals with Barry McCrory, Peter Cassidy and Padraig McGirr all playing well. Ruairi Sludden was the leading marksman for the St.Dympnas on the night.