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Steelweld Division One Wrap Up
Division one results in association with Steelweld Fabrication LTD
Moy 2-9 Trillick 2-13
Pomeroy 0-10 Dungannon 1-14
Errigal Ciaran 1-12 Eglish 1-6
Clonoe 2-10 Donaghmore 0-11
Derrylaughan 1-9 Omagh 1-8
Loughmacrory 0-12 Galbally 1-3
Trillick made the trip to Moy and returned home with he spoils when they had four points to spare at the final whistle. Sean O’Donnell and Daniel McDonnell got their goals with Lee Brennan and Simon Garrity among their points. Michael Conroy and Jamie Coleman got the Moy goals with Conroy weighing in with a number of points as well.
Dungannon were another side who won on their travels as they overcame Pomeroy at Plunkett Park. Paul Donaghy top scored for the Clarkes with a goal and a number of points with James Morgan and Kevin Barker also getting their names on the scoresheet. Kieran McGeary, Hugh Pat McGeary and Ollie McCreesh were among the Pomeroy marksmen.
County colleagues Conor McKenna and Darragh Canavan got the goals for their respective sides as Errigal Ciaran came out on top at Dunmoyle against Eglish, Michael McGleenan with a couple of points for the visitors.
Derrylaughan took a big step towards safety with a narrow win over Omagh at the Loughshore. Tomas Carney top scored for the Kevin Barrys with his haul including a goal from the penalty spot while James Donnelly and Fergal McAliskey provided points. Ronan O’Neill and Conor O’Donnell were among the scorers for the St.Endas.
Loughmacrory sit proudly at the top of the division one table after beating Galbally on home soil. Pauraic Meenagh, Cathaoir Gallagher and Shane Dobbs featured among the points for the St.Theresas with Oisin McGee the Galbally goal scorer and Conor Donaghy on target as well.
Clonoe made home advantage count against Donaghmore as they produced a storming second half display. Conor Cush and Shane Mulgrew did most of the scoring for a Donaghmore side who managed just a single point after the break. Connor McAliskey and Declan McClure both scored for the O’Rahillys.