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Steelweld Division One Wrap Up

Sunday 13.09.2020
Team Talk Mag
All County League



Moy 2-17 Pomeroy 2-13

Loughmacrory 3-8 Ardboe 1-14

Carrickmore 1-15 Killyclogher 6-9

Omagh 2-19 Derrylaughan 1-8

Galbally 2-16 Trillick 0-8

Donaghmore 1-11 Coalisland 2-13

Dromore 3-16 Clonoe 2-11


Two late goals from Michael Jordan saw Moy come from behind to beat Pomeroy on Friday night. Ryan Coleman, Colm Cavanagh, Diarmuid McKeown and Gavin Kelly were among the points for the winners with Kieran McGeary grabbing 1-7 for the Plunketts and Aidan Woods scoring their other goal.

Two goals from Cathair Gallagher and one from Niall Donaghy seemed to put Loughmacrory on the road to victory at home to Ardboe until the Rossas grabbed a late draw. Michael O’Neill had bagged an early Ardboe goal with Kyle Coney and Shay McGuigan contributing a dozen points between them.

There was a goal avalanche at Carrickmore as visiting Killyclogher took the spoils to stay in the hunt for a place in the league final. Tiarnan Cox got three, Mark Hayes two and Mark Bradley 1-6 in a convincing win. Martin Penrose got the Carrickmore goal with Ciaran Daly, Ciaran Cuddy and Michael Donaghy all landing points.

A return of 1-8 from Ronan O’Neill coupled with 1-3 from Conor Meyler helped Omagh record a comfortable win at home to Derrylaughan on Friday evening. James Donnelly hit 1-4 for the Kevin Barrys with the Carneys Darragh and Tomas on target as well.

Liam Rafferty notched 1-5 as Galbally beat an understrength Trillick side at Pearse Park. Oisin McGee had fired in a first minute goal for the winners with Conor Donaghy getting a few points as well. Niall Gormley and Ciaran Daly accounted for most of the St.Macartans tally between them.

Coalisland are in pole position to reach the league final after first half goals from Plunkett Kane and Jason Carberry saw them win at Donaghmore. Kane also contributed five points with Sean Corr and Bailey Leonard getting on the scoresheet as well. Philip Donnelly got the Donaghmore goal with Deasun Quinn converting five frees.

Dromore kept their fading hopes alive of retaining the league title with a comfortable win at home to Clonoe.  Ronan McNabb top scored for the St.Dympnas with 1-4 while Paul McHugh and Ryan McCusker got their other goals and Declan McNulty and Sean McDonnell featured among the points. Paul Coney and Daryl Magee got late goals for the O’Rahillys with Connor McAliskey kicking four points.






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