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Steelweld D1 Wrap Up

Monday 24.08.2020
Team Talk Mag
All County League


Division one results

Dungannon 0-17 Moy 1-13

Killyclogher 4-13 Loughmacrory 0-7

Pomeroy 1-13 Carrickmore 0-10

Derrylaughan 0-7 Galbally 4-10

Donaghmore 3-17 Dromore 0-10

Clonoe 3-17 Omagh 1-10


Patrick Molloy was in fine form for Dungannon with a nine point haul as the Clarkes came from behind to beat neighbours Moy by the minimum margin at O’Neill Park. Jamie Coleman top scored for the visitors with Sean Cavanagh also on target while Paul Donaghy kicked four points for the hosts.


Pomeroy welcomed neighbours Carrickmore to Plunkett Park and the home side ran out worthy six point winners. Kieran McGeary grabbed the only goal and he was among the points for the winners as were Aidan Woods and Ryan Loughran. Martin Penrose and Danny Fullerton were among the points for the St.Colmcilles.


Donaghmore collected their first points of the campaign when they eased to victory at home to a Dromore side who were minus the services of most of their starting team. Ryan Cush got two goals for the winners with Pater McKenna getting their other major with Deasun Quinn and Philip Donnelly supplying points. Tiarnan Sludden and Aodhan O’Donnell supplied points for a St.Dympnas side who no doubt had one eye on next weekend’s championship encounter with Errigal Ciaran.


Clonoe produced a fine display at O’Rahilly Park as they comfortably saw off the challenge of visiting Omagh. Fintan McClure (2) and Connor McAliskey grabbed the goals for the winners with McAliskey, Ronan Coary and Paul Coney among their points, Tyrone attacker Ronan O’Neill with all but one point of Omagh’s 1-10 tally.


Galbally travelled to the Loughshore to take on an under strength Derrylaughan side and the Pearses took the spoils with a bit to spare. Daniel Kerr bagged a brace of goals with Ronan Nugent and Conor Donnelly also finding the net. Stephen McGrath, Cathal Canavan and Shea Coney were among the points for the Kevin Barrys.


Killyclogher played host to neighbours Loughmacrory and they made that advantage count with an emphatic victory. Jordan Barton, Simon O’Neill, Nathan Donnelly and Tiernan McCann got their goals with Mark Bradley contributing four points. Cathair Gallagher top scored for the visitors with four points with Cathal Donaghy also on target.



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