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U16 League Wrap Up

Thursday 25.07.2013
Team Talk Mag
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The opening round in the U16 league took place on Wednesday night with action across all of the grades. Pride of place goes to Ardboe who turned in a superb display to comfortably see off the challenge of a fancied Coalisland side at Coney Park. David Mulgrew 1-4, Caolan Mallaghan 1-1, Tiarnach Teague 1-0, OD Devlin 0-2, Ronan Cassidy 0-2, Stefan O’[Hare 0-3, Paddy Sheehy 0- 1 and Manus Teague 0-1 were their scorers on the night with John Teague, Paddy Mooney, Eoin Lynn, Adam Coney, Manus Teague, Tiarnach Teague, Stefan O’Hare, OD Devlin and Ronan Cassidy all playing well for the Rossas. It was a night to forget for the Fianna with Jack Fee and Eoin Rankin their only players to play to their form as it finished 5-15 to 1-9.

Moortown made the trip to O’Neill Park to take on Dungannon and they too emerged emphatic winners. Conan McLernon led the way in the scoring stakes for the St.Malachys with 3-6 to his name with Tiernan Corr, Ronan Conlon, Callum Gallagher, James Devlin and Shaun Conway all playing well for the winners. Dromore played host to Galbally at Gardrum Park and they emerged eleven point winners in a contest that was a lot closer than the final score line would suggest. The St.Dympnas got off to the best possible start with a first minute goal from full forward Ciaran McCormack. Peter Teague and Oran Sludden also found the net in the first half but the Pearses fought back to only trail by the minimum margin at the break thanks to majors from Mark Quinn, Patrick Quinn and Mark Donnelly. Galbally managed only a point in the second half but with less than ten minutes left to play they still only trailed by three. Declan McNulty then scored a goal after his penalty had come back off the post and Teague added a second major to make sure of victory.

Cappagh played host to Carrickmore and they emerged winners by the minimum margin on a 1-15 to 3-8 score line. Jack McCallan 2-1, Ciaran Daly 1-3, Aidan Fullerton and James McGurk were among the scorers for the St.Colmcilles on a night when they had good displays from Paul Conway, Niall Allison, Daly and McCallan. Pomeroy edged out Moy 2-16 to 4-7. Philip Mallon hit 2-2 for Moy including a goal from the penalty spot with Ryan Coleman 1-1, Michael Conroy 1-0, Francie Kelly 0-2, Tom Loughran and Conall O’Hanlon their other marksmen. Errigal Ciaran had five points to spare over Aghaloo with Niall McGirr and Niall McElroy best for the winners. Fintona defeated Greencastle with Andrew McGrath the star of the show for the Pearses with 4-6 to his name with Callum Peace and Jamie Deazley also finding the net with Cathal Starrs, Cathal Leadley, Eoin Keenan and Reece Partington all supplying points. Gary Duffy 1-3, Michael Coreless 1-1, Michael McSorley 1-0, Ciaran McSorley 0-2 and Eoin Donnelly 0-2 all scored for Newtownstewart while Piaras McNamee, Michael Hargan and Brandon O’Goan played well too as they drew a high scoring encounter with Tattyreagh.

Trillick were in fine goal scoring form as they accounted for Trillick with James Garrity, Calvin O’Kane, Tom Kelly, Ryan Grey and Tiernan Allen all playing well for the St.Macartans with Gavin Elliot the best player for Urney on the night. Drumragh had a comfortable win at home to Drumquin with James Broderick, Brendan McSorley, Eamon Rae and the Mullan brothers all playing well for the Sarsfields. Darragh Hamill and Tomas Hoy were the Killeeshil goal scorers with Glen Gallagher, Matthew McKenna and Louis Conlon all playing well but they still lost out to Kildress. Conal Grimes, Ryan Curran and Sean O’Donnell all played well for Loughmacrory in their win over Rock. Oran Devlin and Padraig Ward got the Rock goals with Martin Corrigan and Sean Moran among the points for them.

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