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Patrick Fahy and Co Solicitors Tyrone Ladies Football Championship Saturday Wrap Up.

Sunday 30.07.2017
Team Talk Mag
Club


Intermediate Championship

Loughmacrory 2-12 Galbally 3-5

Loughmacrory rattled off 1-5 in a blistering final seven minutes to book their place in the semi-final of the Intermediate championship and break the hearts of a battling Galbally at Pomeroy in the process. The Pearses  who have had a torrid league campaign led by seven points heading into the last quarter yet inspired by veterans Lisa McAleer and Kerry Ward Loughmacrory rallied with Emily Donaghy’s goal proving vital.

Galbally keeper Laura Kane saved a penalty in the closing stages but they just could not get the scores they required and the St Teresa’s advance. Adriana McNamee’s goal just before half time gave Galbally a two point half time lead, Kellie Boyle saving Eimear Tally’s early penalty.

It had been an error ridden low scoring first half, neither side able to pull away and both guilty of some poor handling. Eimear Tally blasted home a second Pearses goal five minutes into the second half and when Niamh Donnelly found the net on forty four minutes the gap was seven and Loughmacrory looked out of the contest.

The loss of influential defender Michelle McGuigan through injury was a body blow for Galbally and the Lough responded. Bronagh Gallagher, an excellent long range point from Laura Ward and a brace from Mc Aleer closed the gap while a defensive mix up allowed Donaghy in to ram home the vital goal. Galbally pressed late on and hit two wides as Loughmacrory held on for a four point win.

Junior Championship

Clonoe 3-8  Kildress 1-6

The O’Rahilly’s will face Moy in the semi-final of the junior championship after they accounted for Kildrees at Cookstown. Clonoe led throughout and just had too much power for the Tones who certainly worked hard but came up short against a very talented Clonoe side.

Bronagh McOscair helped herself to a couple of goals with Orlagh Gavin also bagging a three pointer for the Rahilly’s who remain the favourites for the Brenda Logue Cup.

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