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Steelweld D1 Wrap Up

Sunday 19.07.2020
Team Talk Mag
All County League


Killyclogher were 1-13 to 1-8 winners at home to Pomeroy. Tiernan McCann got an early goal for the hosts on a day when Mark Bradley, Oisin McCann and John Rafferty featured among their points. Kieran McGeary got the Plunketts goal with Ollie McCreesh and McGeary getting points as well.

Mark Donnelly scored a late winning point as Carrickmore edged a close encounter at Ardboe. Martin Penrose, Ciaran Daly and Jonathan Munroe had points for the winners with Michael Lynn getting the Ardboe goal and David Mulgrew and Kyle Coney among their points.

Paul Donaghy, Patrick Molloy and Dailagh Jones had points for Dungannon as they overcame Loughmacrory on home turf. Cathaoir Gallagher got the only goal of the game with Cathal Donaghy among the points for the visitors.

Injury time goals from Sean Cavanagh and Ryan Coleman gave Moy what looked like an unlikely win at Errigal Ciaran. A Peter Og McCartan goal coupled with points from Peter Harte, Ben McDonnell and Joe Oguz appeared to have the hosts in control despite Coleman getting an early second half major but the visitors never gave up and got their reward.

Omagh were 1-8 to 0-9 winners away to Dromore with Ronan O’Neill’s brilliant goal the decisive score. Declan McNulty, Nathan McCarron and Peter Teague had points for the St.Dympnas with O’Neill, Tom Donaghy and Damian McGuigan replying for the St.Endas.

Clonoe were convincing winners at home to County champions Trillick thanks to goals from Danny McNulty, PJ Lavery and Ryan McCabe and four points from the boot of Connor McAliskey. Lee Brennan, Mattie Donnelly and James Garrity were among the points for the visitors.

Plunkett Kane struck for the only goal of the game as Coalisland won away to Derrylaughan. Cormac O’Hagan, Bailey Leonard and Michael McKernan had points for the winners with Darragh Carney, Fergal McAliskey and Ciaran O’Hagan on target for the Kevin Barrys.

Two second half penalties from Liam Rafferty helped Galbally turn the game on its head away to Parish neighbours Donaghmore. The home side led 0-7 to 0-2 at the break with Ryan Cush, Deasun Quinn and Shea Hamill among their points. The hosts failed to register in the second half though with Ronan Nugent, Sean Murphy, Daniel Kerr and Oisin McGee all registering for the Pearses.





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