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U16 League R1 Wrap Up In Association With Ghost Pizza
Moy made a good start to life in grade 1 when they had three points to spare at home to Clonoe, 2-8 to 1-8. Eoghan McGlone bagged both goals for the hosts with Harry Harvey, Matas Rumsevicius, Lorcan Lavery and Cathaoir Hughes among their points on a day when they had good displays in defence from Caolan Corr, Cormac Brown and Ryan Fegan. James Adamson got the goal for the Rahillys with James Dooey, Dylan Rocks and Ciaran Drumm all playing well for them.
Donaghmore played host to Fintona at Father Devlin Park but it was the Pearses who came out on top on a 0-12 to 2-4 scoreline with Ultan Quinn and Aodhan Molloy getting the goals for the St.Patricks. Donaghmore’s Development team faired better as they secured a 2-7 to 1-10 draw away to Both Domhnaigh with Stefan Mutu to the fore for them in defence and Michael Hetherington demonstrating nerves of steel to claim a last gasp equaliser. Corey Muzumba, Sean McGlone and Cillian Ellis all scored for the home side who had good displays from Emmet Hasson, Ellis and McGlone.
Pomeroy travelled to Derrytresk and came away with the two points after an impressive display against Na Doiri Oga (Derrytresk / Derrylaughan). Peter McGoldrick fired in a hattrick of goals for the Plunketts with Sean Kennedy and Ronan Fitzgerald also finding the net while Ryan McCallan, Paudie Harvey, McGoldrick and Fitzgerald all featured among the points.
Edendork made the trip to Beragh but returned home with nothing to show for their efforts. Conor Hayes and John McAvoy both found the net for the St.Malachys and there were good performances from Cathair McGurk and Hayes.
A strong display from Both Domhnaigh saw them make home advantage count against Dungannon. Pearce McBride and Mark Kennedy weighed in with 2-5 between them with Harley Patton landing four points and Ultan McConnell raising a green flag on a day when Cormac McCullagh, Aidan McNulty and McBride all played well for the winners. Conan Gallagher and Eoghan Cowan played well in the Clarkes defence, Sean Og O’Donnell battled well in midfield while up front Conall Bell showed well with the highlight for the visitors being an excellent Jamie Neeson goal to finish off a sweeping move.
Coalisland made the journey to the Loughshore to play Moortown and they ran out emphatic winners. Oran Nixon and Ronan Lowe were both in fine scoring form for the Fianna with Daithi Campbell playing well in midfield and Cathair Gillis and Odhran McAlinden also to the fore for the visitors.
Eglish made a winning start to their campaign when they took the spoils away to neighbours Killeeshil. Ronan Donnelly was very assured for the winners in goals and managed to keep a clean sheet with Christopher Gildernew and James Daly very good in defence as well. Ross Daly was very good in midfield carrying the ball forward very well while up front Brian Og McGuckin was a constant threat throughout.
Rock were in good scoring form at home to Naomh Eoghan as they collected two points first day out. They recovered from a point down at the break to win comfortably in the end with Joel Kerr top scoring with 1-7 to his name and Fionn Daly, Michael Kelly and Odhran Carroll getting their other goals. Ronan Loughran and Aidan Loughran both chipped in with a few points while Caoimhin Clerkin and Caolan Quinn were both solid in defence while keeper Caoimhin Daly made a number of good saves including a great double save in the second half.
Loughmacrory played host to Omagh and they produced a fine display to emerge worthy winners. Caolan Grimes, Lorcan Meenagh, Conan O’Brien, Odhran Curran and Michael McNamee were among the points for the St.Theresas, Pearse McDonald and Grimes got their goals while Corey McCaughey, Enda Donaghy and Shay McDermott all played well.
Eskra proved too strong for Urney despite being away from home. Dara McGarvey (2) and Connor McKenna got the goals for the Emmetts with Eoin McEvoy weighing in with half a dozen points and Matthew McKenna getting a brace as well. A special mention to Eskra keeper Aidan Hackett who was a safe pair of hands all day. Jack Langan got the Urney goal with John Henderson and Aidan Devine scoring points. Sean Kavanagh, Jude Burns, Jamie McBride, Aidan Devine, Conor McClintock and Cori McCrea all played well for Urney.