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U14 League Semi Finals Wrap Up

Saturday 08.06.2013
Team Talk Mag
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Urney are through to the grade four U14 league final after beating Derrytresk 4-9 to 0-4. Danny Doherty led the way in the scoring stakes for the young St.Columbas with 2-6 to his name with Jake Lafferty and Daryl Maxwell their other goal scorers with Tiarnan Langan, Paddy McHugh and Liam Langan also playing well for the winners.

Rock defeated Drumquin in the grade three semi on a 6-13 to 4-5 scoreline. Jamie McAleer [2-3], Cormac Rodgers [1-0], Ryan McGoldrick [1-0], Jamie O’Kane and Charlie McCanny were the scorers for the Wolfe Tones on the day. Rock’s opponents in the decider will be Castlederg who defeated Eglish in a cracking encounter, 4-14 to 4-9. The winners were two points down with only two minutes of normal time left to play before they produced a stroking finish. Man of the match Shane Carlin posted 2-5 for the winners, Adam Traynor bagged two goals, Darren Traynor contributed three points and Conor [Bob] Harper hit two sweet strikes from thirty five yards out to put the game beyond the reach of Eglish. Conor Ramsay, Lorcan McGuigan and Ben Harper were superb in the Castlederg defence.

Loughmacrory are into the grade two final after a comfortable win over Omagh with Cathair Gallagher to the fore for the St.Theresas. They will face Donaghmore who edged out Killeeshil in a thriller that required extra time to decide. Thomas Hoy got both Killeeshil goals with Louis Conlon and Liam Hughes among their points as it finished 4-14 to 2-15.

Cappagh recovered from a bad start that saw them fall five points behind before they managed to get their first score. Ryan Sheehan bagged a goal and a point but Cappagh were thankful for the brilliance of goalkeeper Rian Mc Caul whose superb save kept them in the game. Cappagh introduced John Mc Gurk and the sub helped turn the game in their favour with a goal. Caolan Kelly bagged another major while points from Odhran Potter, Jordan Barton and PT Cunningham saw the half time score read Moortown 0-6, Cappagh 3-05.
Moortown bossed the second half in terms of possession and scoring chances but another John Mc Gurk goal proved crucial for Cappagh as their defence was made to work overtime as they fought to deny the Moortown forwards time and space. Matthew Murnaghan, Gavin Donaghy, Conor Teague, Ronan Mc Grath, Rory Cunningham and Jacob Corry excelled in a fine all round team performance that finished Cappagh 4-06, Moortown 2-10.

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