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Top Scorers After Three Games

Saturday 07.05.2011
Team Talk Mag
Club


After three rounds of the senior league Trillick’s Niall Gormley leads the way at the top of the scoring charts with an impressive 1-15 to his name which is an average of six points a game for the former Tyrone attacker. Eoin McCusker, Conor McAliskey and Shane Mulgrew are hot on his heels with a combined tally of sixteen points each to their name while league leaders’ Carrickmore are represented among the leading marksmen by Mark Donnelly who has found the net three times. County champions Coalisland are the only club with more than one player among the top scorers and ironically Gerard Toner, Eoghan Carberry and Paddy McNeice have all scored eleven points each.

Niall Gormley [Trillick] 1-15

Eoin McCusker [Dromore] 0-16

Conor McAliskey [Clonoe] 1-13

Shane Mulgrew [Donaghmore] 1-13

Owen Mulligan [Cookstown] 0-14

Peter McCann [Eglish] 2-8

Mark Donnelly [Carrickmore] 3-5

Caolan Tierney [Errigal Ciaran] 1-9

Simon O’Neill [Killyclogher] 2-6

Paddy McNeice [Coalisland] 0-11

Gerard Toner [Coalisland] 1-8

Eoghan Carberry [Coalisland] 2-5

Nishy O’Neill [Ardboe] 2-5

The eleven top marksmen in Intermediate football after three rounds of fixtures come from eleven different clubs and there is very little to choose between them at the moment. Gareth Devlin, Kevin Mossey, Enda Ward and Conor McCreesh all currently lead the way with a combined total of sixteen points each to their name. With several key fixtures to come over the weekend you can expect all of the players listed below to feature prominently on their team’s returns.

Gareth Devlin [Stewartstown] 0-16

Kevin Mossey [Gortin] 0-16

Enda Ward [Loughmacrory] 0-16

Conor McCreesh [Rock] 1-13

Peter Hughes [Eskra] 0-15

Brendan Boyle [Newtownstewart] 0-15

Mickey Donnelly [Killyman] 1-12

Jamie Donnelly [Augher] 1-12

Darren McCurry [Edendork] 2-9

Gareth McDermott [Clann na Gael] 1-11

Ronan Lafferty [Urney] 4-2

Killeeshil are the top scorers in division three after three rounds and that is reflected on the individual scoring charts with two of the top three marksmen to date coming from the St.Marys club. Shane Mallon leads the way with 1-20 to his name and he in fact is the leading marksmen in the entire county so far. His Killeeshil club mate Packie McMullan has notched 3-9 while sandwiched in between is Stephen Donnelly who has featured among the top marksmen each season throughout his career. Glenelly are doubly represented as well in the top ten through Seamus Harkin and Cathal Nicholas.

Shane Mallon [Killeeshil] 1-20

Stephen Donnelly [Aghaloo] 2-16

Packie McMullan [Killeeshil] 3-9

Ciaran Donnelly [Brocagh] 1-14

Seamus Harkin [Glenelly] 1-14

Cathal Nicholas [Glenelly] 0-16

Mark Corry [Castlederg] 0-16

Niall Gavin [Derrytresk] 1-13

Conor Taggart [Tattyreagh] 1-12

Brian McKenna [Aghaloo] 2-9

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