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U14 Round Six Wrap Up
Round six of the U14 league took place on Tuesday night when there was action in all four grades. Derrylaughan trailed Naomh Mhuire by five points with only five minutes to go but they managed to turn the game on its head to win 4-12 to 4-7. The Kevin Barrys had ten different scorers on the night namely Tomas Carney, Caolan Corr, Lucia O’Hagan, Conor Donnelly, Brian Kennedy, Chris Cusnahan, John Donaghy, James Donnelly, Shay Gordon and Darragh Coney in what was a fine all round team performance. Drumquin made the trip to play Trillick and came away with a good 4-7 to 1-8 win. Conor McHugh [1-4], James McDonagh [2-0], Stephen McGoldrick [1-0], Cormac Rodgers , Joe Gormley  and Gary McConomy  were the Wolfe Tones scorers with Shane Skelton playing well in defence. Jamie Kelly, Paul Farry and Bruce Worley played well in defence for Trillick with Ryan Gray among the points and Tiernan Allen getting their goal with Matt Conlon and Conal McCann also playing well in attack.
Aghyaran took on Strabane and they produced a superb performance to win 6-14 to 1-4. Conor Logue hit 1-5 for the winners; Benny Gallen scored 2-1 with Cahir Moss and Ciaran McGlinchey bagging goals as well while Shane Dolan, Owen Byrne and Ryan Hilley all played well too. Best for the Sigersons were Shernan Kelly and Jack Pegurson in defence, Corey Gallagher and Aaron McDermott in midfield and Paddy McGlinchey and Shay Foley were the pick of the forwards. Beragh showed improved form in their game with Owen Roes but came up short in the end. There were strong defensive displays for the Red Knights from Tiarnan McCrystal, Callum Corrigan and Eoin Grimes, Ben McSorley worked hard in midfield with Oisin Donnelly playing well up front. Michael Dooher scored a hat trick of goals for Owen Roes with Ryan McAleer and Sean Kelly scoring a brace each while Shane Kelly also found the net. Cathal Kelly, Barry McDaid and Jamie McGale were among the points on a night when Jack Cairns, Owen McNulty, Kieran McMenamin, Tim O’Doherty, Eoghain Devine, Niall McAleer and Oisin Dooher all played well for the winners.
Cookstown played host to Donaghmore at Cullen Park and they emerged 5-11 to 1-7 winners. This was a fine all round team performance from the hosts from Thomas McNicholl in goals to Fergal Devlin at corner forward with their scores coming from Dylan Coyle [1-4], Fergal Devlin [2-1], Aaron Ridewood [1-1], Dean Teague [1-1], Ryan Bradley  and Mary Megarry . Sean McCaul got Donaghmore’s goal with Caolan Mulgrew, D McKay and E McLoughlin featuring among the points while their best players included Brannon Molloy, Sean Donaghy, Hayden McGurk and Ciaran McGuckin.
Kildress and Moy meanwhile played out an entertaining draw. Liam Nugent , Dara Loughran and Rory Monaghan were among the scores for the young Wolfe Tones with Sean McNamee, Darren O’Kane and Conor Quinn all playing well. Ryan Coleman , Francie Kelly , Philip Mallon  and Lorcan O’Hanlon  were the Moy scorers with Rory Magee, Liam Lynch and Ryan Casey playing well in defence for them as it finished 0-8 to 2-2. Eglish played host to Omagh and a cracking encounter saw the St.Patricks win a contest that produced a combined tally of sixty points. Mark Donnelly was in fine form for the hosts scoring 5-3, Matt Og McGleenan hit 2-4, Cormac Byrne got a goal and Cathal McGready and Kevin McConnell got points in an excellent all round team display. Dungannon played host to Galbally and it was the Pearses who edged a close encounter to remain unbeaten. James Loughran, Dalaigh Jones and Conor McKee got the Clarkes goals with the Molloys Gary and Patrick both to the fore for them. Daniel Kerr  and Patrick Quinn were the Galbally goal scorers with John Hanna, Kieran Holland and Liam Rafferty featuring among the points.
Newtownstewart edged out Greencastle on a 4-9 to 4-7 score line with Niall Bradley, Dara McDermott, Shane McGuigan and Michael McKenna playing well for the St.Patricks. C McSorley and S Patton were among the Newtownstewart scorers with keeper Gary Trainor pulling off a couple of fine saves for them as well. Moortown played host to Coalisland at the Loughshore and the St.Malachys came out on top 5-8 to 3-7. R McCusker [2-1], E McGuigan, S McKeown and S Conway got their goals with J Devlin, C McLarnon, D Quinn and R Conlon all getting points. Quinn, Conlon, G Kelly, R McGuigan and T Corr all played well for the winners.
Killyclogher welcomed visitors Carrickmore and the St.Colmcilles triumphed 5-5 to 1-7. Conor Loughran, Aidan Fullerton, Peadar Daly and Mark Fox were the main scorers for the winners with Enda Hughes, Ronan McCay, Tiarnan Murray, Niall Allison and Sean Donnelly all playing well. Killyclogher just could not get going at all and although Nathan Donnelly, Matthew Mc Aleer and Gerard Duddy battled hard up front they found the Carmen rearguard hard to break down. Cormac Coney in goals made several fine saves while Dan Meegan, Eoghan Teague and Liam Fox worked hard in defence. Stewartstown lost out to Rock on a 3-10 to 1-9 score line with Shea Burke getting the Harps’ goal from the penalty spot with Oisin Coyle and Ruairi Kennedy getting points. There were good performances for Stewartstown from Fearghal O’Neill, Dominic Campbell and Fearghal Mulgrew. Tattyreagh were in fine scoring form as they beat Castlederg 3-20 to 2-8 with James Darcy scoring 2-6 from midfield, Eoin Murray hitting half a dozen points and Johnny Harkin playing well in defence.
Glenelly returned to winning ways when they recorded a comfortable win away to neighbours Gortin. Midfielder Eamonn McConnell top scored for the winners with 3-4 to his name, Kevin McBride hit 2-2, Seamus Bradley got 1-3, Dylan McManus bagged a goal while there were points from Cormac McConnell and Nathan McLaughlin. Best in defence for Glenelly were Dara O’Hagan, Fergus O’Neill and Michael McMullan. Urney took on Clann na Gael and the young St.Columbas lost out by three points on a 4-8 to 3-8 score line. Gavin Elliot and Daryl Maxwell got Urney goals with Malachy McCrea, Darius Bogle, Liam Langan and Conor Maxwell supplying points on a night when the McGrenra brothers Paul and Conor as well as Jake Lafferty played well for Urney. Goals proved to be the difference as Killeeshil got the better of Eskra. G Gallagher, M Russell, D Hamill, P Donaghy and B Begley played well for the winners with the Emmetts best served on the night by Michael Woods, Kieran Taggart, Cathal Arkinson, Conor Early and Philip McCarney.