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Tuesday 12.09.2023
Team Talk Mag
Championship Football

Kildress 0-8 Ardboe 3-14

Ardboe found themselves eight points up by the break against Kildress. A Serena O’Neill   goal on the stroke of half time helped to put daylight between the sides and they added another goal after the break to leave the Tones chasing. Annie Devlin took her goal well rounding the keeper after good work from Claire Muldoon.

Credit to Kildress players Jodie Mc Crory, Sorcha Mc Namee and Annie Mc Namee who battled away and they found themselves a point down after seven minutes but a run of four points without reply from the Rossa’s had them in control. Rebekah Bell, Ciara Mulgrew and O’Neill were among the scores.

Devlin scored that early second half goal with Leah Martin and Bell with points, a yellow card for Bell failed to rock the Loughshore side. Wylie, the returning Bell and Muldoon kept the scoreboard moving before Codie Mc Cracken slid in a third goal heading into injury time.

A big win in the end sets up up a meeting with Omagh in the last four this weekend with six points from Bell who top scored for Ardboe as nine players scored on the day.

Glenelly 0-9

Loughmacrory 1-10

Oonagh Gallagher cracked home a vital match winning goal for Loughmacrory who had to work hard in order to get past Glenelly in what was a tense quarter final at Greencastle. It was score for score throughout the first half with the Lough leading by a point at the break.

The second half was no different as Niamh Fox, Cora Mc Elduff, Kerrie Ward and Claire and Bronagh Gallagher all pointed for the St Teresa’s with Oonagh rattling home the all important goal.

Junior Q F

Drumragh 2-17

Clann na Ngael 3-3

Beth Donaghy hit a superb 1-8 as Drumragh eased through to the junior semi final with a win over Clann na Ngael in a thunderstorm at Gortin. As the thunder rolled throughout the first half Donaghy’s five points kept the Sarsfields a point to the good by the break.

A solid second half saw Drumragh continue to keep the scoreboard moving and they secured the win despite the best efforts of a battling Clann. Saoirse Mc Cormack’s goal had them three points up but an opportune free kick from Aine Mc Manus minutes put The Sarsfields back ahead by the end of the first quarter.

Mairead Conwell’s well taken goal put Clann back in front as Drumragh missed chances however Donaghy and Mc Garvey kept the scoreboard moving before the break. Amy Cox and Rhianna Mullin made an impact when they came in and they continued to influence the game through the second half.

Points from Blanaid Mc Garvey and Mc Manus had Drumragh moving after the break and when Donaghy’s speculative long range free kick found the net Clanns race was run with the Sarsfields impressive all over the park.

Pomeroy 4-8

Aghaloo 1-9

Despite horrendous conditions at Killeeshil Pomeroy came out on top in what was an exciting junior quarter final against Aghaloo. Heavy rain left things difficult for both teams although by the break the Plunkett’s had a four point advantage with Rebecca Mc Caffrey and Patricia Mc Donald among their points for them.

The O’Neills managed just three further points in the second half , 2-1 from Pomeroy securing their place in the last four. Goals from Rachel Mc Donald, Patricia Mc Donald and Cloadgh Cunningham ensuring the win, Una Campbell and Rafferty also adding points in the game.




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