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CASTLE PAVING Round 3 Division Two Wrap Up
Galbally 4-16 Clogher 1-10
Gortin 1-11 Eskra 1-8
Edendork 0-7 Eglish 1-11
Tattyreagh 2-9 Killeeshil 1-14
Aghyaran 2-10 Pomeroy 0-17
Naomh Eoghan 1-12 Kildress 0-12
Cookstown 0-10 Beragh 0-8
Owen Roes 3-10 Rock 1-11
Galbally made it three wins out of three after a comprehensive victory over Clogher at Pearse Park. Conor Donaghy had a hat trick of goals with Ronan Nugent also finding the net while Barry McKenna got the Clogher major. Mark Donnelly, Barry Carberry, Marc McConnell and Ryan McCaughey were among the points for their respective sides.
Gortin are another side with maximum points after making home advantage count against Eskra. Sean Og McAleer got their goal as well as a few points with Eoghan McGarvey and Ruairi Keenan also on target. Joe McCarroll, Peter Hughes and Johnny Hackett were among the points for Eskra with the latter also getting their goal.
Eglish also have a full return of points from three outings after winning by double scores at Edendork. Ethan Jordan top scored for the visitors with five points with Emmett McKenna bagging their goal and Seamus Muldoon also on target. Emmet Hughes and Stevie Corr were among the points for the St.Malachys.
Killeeshil had a hard earned win away to Tattyreagh. Pascal Donaghy led the way in the scoring stakes for the visitors with Tomas Hoy and Packie McMullan also among the points and Paul O’Neill getting their goal. James Darcy and Jarleth McDonagh both found the net for the hosts with Niall Murray getting a couple of points.
Aghyaran experienced defeat for the first time this season when Pomeroy came out on top by the minimum margin away from home. Jude Campbell, Hugh McNamee and Ryan Loughran were among the points for the Plunketts with Eoghan McHugh getting both Aghyaran goals and Ronan McHugh and Johnny Connolly supplying points.
A goal from Gary Eoin Mayse proved to be the difference as Naomh Eoghan defeated Kildress at home. Aidan McSorley and Eoin Devine contributed points for the winners with Mattie McGuigan, Shea Quinn and Shea Murphy responding for the Wolfe Tones.
Cookstown remain unbeaten after they ended the unbeaten start to the campaign of visiting Beragh. Matthew Carberry and Marty Murray were among the points for the Father Rocks with Martin Rodgers and Aaron Owens replying for the Red Knights.
Owen Roes laid the platform for victory in the first half at home to Rock. Conor O’Neill, Ronan McNulty and Tony Devine got their goals while Shea Daly got the Rock major and Conor McCreesh was in double figures in the points column.