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U14 League Wrap Up

Friday 05.04.2013
Team Talk Mag
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Dromore turned on the style this evening with a landslide victory over Cappagh. Padraig Quinn and Ciaran McDermott were excellent at the back for the St.Dympnas with Ross Slevin, Odhran Rafferty, Cahir Goodwin, Caolan McCarron, Ruairi Gallagher and John McCrory all scoring goals but the star of the show was Oran Sludden who weighed in with an unbelievable personal haul of 7-9.

Galbally lost their unbeaten record when they fell to neighbours Dungannon at O’Neill Park. James Morgan [2-4], Oran Mallon [2-1], Mark McKearney [1-2], Conor Cummings [1-2], Daven Cummings [1-0] and Brian McNulty were on target for the young Clarkes with Mark Donnelly and Cormac McCool finding the net for the Pearses.

Castlederg were in fine form as they easily accounted for Drumquin with Conor Harper, Darren Traynor, Rambo Ramsey and Lorcan McGuigan all playing well for the winners and Jamie McAleer and Cormac Rodgers to the fore for the Wolfe Tones. Moortown were comprehensive winners over Pomeroy with Conor McVeigh scoring 3-6 and Jamie Devlin notching 2-4 on a night when Conor Devlin, Nathan Hurl and Sean McKenna all played well too. Loughmacrory were another side in fine scoring form with Dermot Gallagher and Colm Logue impressing for them.

Kealan McGirr hit four goals, Ciaran Taggart got 1-4, Brian Breen got a goal and Conal Murray notched a couple of points as Eskra edged the verdict against Aghaloo after a cracking encounter, 6-10 to 6-8 the final score line. Killeeshil had a good win over Derrylaughan with Daniel Millar, Oran McElroy, Michael Conlon, Jason Doyle and Cormac Donaghy getting their goals and Fergal Goan, Rian Tierney and Michael O’Neill playing well as it finished 5-16 to 1-6. It finished honours even between Beragh and Omagh “B”, 5-3 to 2-12. Turlough Clarke [3-0], Eoin Grimes [2-0] and Cathaoir Donnelly [0-3] were the scorers for the Red Knights.

Glenelly got the better of Cappagh “B” on a 4-8 to 2-3 scoreline. Aodhan McConnell [2-2], Pauric McBride [1-1], Fergus O’Neill [1-1], Michael McMullan [2] and Nathan McLaughlin [2] were the Glenelly scorers on a night when Rory Gallagher and Cormac McBride played well in defence, Michael McMullan and Fergus O’Neill were on top in midfield and Aodhan O’Connell and Pauric McBride were to the fore in attack.

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