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Steelweld Fabrication LTD D2 Wrap Up

Sunday 07.11.2021
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Kildress 0-9 Aghyaran 0-9
Greencastle 1-10 Killeeshil 0-10
Stewartstown 1-15 Clogher 1-12
Rock 0-11 Tattyreagh 1-7
Strabane 2-13 Aghaloo 1-8
Moortown 0-16 Augher 2-8

League leaders Aghyaran were forced to pull out all the stops to secure a draw away to Kildress. Eoghan McHugh, Benny Gallen, Mattie McGuigan and Shea Quinn were among the points for their respective sides with Ronan McHugh hitting a late brace for the relieved visitors.

Greencastle have closed the gap at the top of the table to a single point after Mark Carson’s goal proved to be the crucial score at home to Killeeshil. Cahir McCullagh and Sean Fox were among the points for the winners with Pascal and Cormac Donaghy responding for the St.Marys. 

Stewartstown secured a much needed victory at home to Clogher. Macaulay Quinn got the Harps’ goal with Dan Lowe, Gareth Devlin and Conor Quinn among their points. Ryan McCaughey and Sean Bogue raised a number of white flags for the Eire Ogs with Marc McConnell getting their goal.

It was a massive game between Rock and Tattyreagh with the former managing to edge it by the minimum margin. Liam Nugent, Conor McGarrity and Aidan McGarrity got 0-9 between them for the winners while Johnny Harkin got the Tattyreagh goal and James Darcy and Dan McGloin featured among their points.

Strabane remain joint second from bottom of the table but they have given themselves a fighting chance of survival after beating fellow strugglers Aghaloo at Sigerson Park. Warner Mullen and Oisin McGillion got their goals with Oran McGrath contributing a number of points. Tiarnan Donnelly got the Aghaloo goal with Niall McElroy and Enda McGarrity among their points.

Championship finalists Moortown eased towards the safety zone after beating an Augher side who are now bottom of the table. Shea Lawn got half of the St.Malachys tally with Peter Devlin and Lee Kelly also on target. Conor Hackett and Eoin Keenan got the Augher goals with Darragh Kavanagh among their points.



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