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Steelweld Ltd Division One Wrap Up

Monday 08.11.2021
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Steelweld LTD Division One Wrap Up

Omagh 1-13 Loughmacrory 2-6

Trillick 2-16 Eglish 4-5

Pomeroy 0-16 Moy 5-9

Dungannon 2-14 Errigal Ciaran 2-13

Dromore 1-9 Coalisland 0-9

Clonoe 2-10 Killyclogher 2-17

Galbally 2-10 Ardboe 0-15

Moy are the new leaders in division one after five first half goals paved the way for their victory in Pomeroy, Ryan Coleman, Jamie Coleman, Michael Conroy and Ryan Conroy all finding the net.

Dromore are up to joint second in the table after they edged out Coalisland in a championship final dress rehearsal, both sides making numerous changes. Conor O’Neill bagged the only goal of the game with Colm MacRory and Declan McNulty among the points for the winners.

Clonoe missed out on the chance to go joint top of the table when they lost at home to a Killyclogher side who are fighting to get away from danger. Mark Bradley was the star of the show for the visitors with 0-11 to his name while Mark Hayes and Jordan Barton got their goals, Connor McAliskey and Danny McNulty among the marksmen for the O’Rahillys.

Loughmacrory’s title hopes received a setback when they lost away to Omagh. Conor Meyler got the St.Endas goal with Conor O’Donnell and Jason McAnulla among their points, Antoin Fox and Shane Dobbs with the Loughmacrory majors. 

Errigal Ciaran let a big lead slip at O’Neill Park as Dungannon won by the minimum margin. Patrick Quinn and Paudie McNulty got the Clarkes goals with Paul Donaghy weighing in with 0-8. Tommy Canavan and Paudge McAnenly got the Errigal Ciaran goals with Ruairi Canavan and Ben McDonnell among their points.

Eglish hit four goals away to Trillick but still finished up with nothing to show for their efforts. Conor McKenna got two with Luke Donnelly also finding the net, Lee Brennan and Sean O’Donnell among the scorers for the St.Macartans.

Galbally secured only their second win of the campaign when they held off an Ardboe comeback to come through with the minimum to spare. Oisin McGee and Liam Rafferty got the goals for the Pearses with Michael Cassidy and CJ McGourty among the Rossas points.



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