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U16 Round One Wrap Up
Omagh turned in an impressive performance to beat neighbours Cappagh 3-18 to 3-5. Gerard Duddy, Nathan Donnelly, Mark Flanagan all performed well for Cappagh with Duddy, Matty Mc Cloy and Matthew McAleer getting their goals. However had it not been for Paul Kelly in goals the margin of victory could have been even greater. Galbally defeated neighbours Carrickmore at Pearse Park with Conor Kelly and John Hanna getting the goals for the Pearses with Enda McGarrity, Ryan Hagan and Ronan Nugent among their points, Conan McElduff finding the net for the St.Colmcilles with Oisin McElroy among their points.
Fintona came from eight points down in the second half to beat Beragh on a 3-13 to 3-8 score line. Andrew McGrath was in superb form for the Pearses hitting 2-9 with Cathal Starrs getting their other goal and Marious Monaghan, Sony McDonagh and Mark McAlynn all on target as well. Aghyaran had a comfortable 4-14 to 2-4 win over Eskra with Shane Dolan getting a hat trick of goals. Ciaran McGlinchey hit three points from midfield with Jamie Hegarty, Cahir Moss and Tommy Dolan all playing well in defence with keeper Benny Gallen making three great saves including a penalty. Eglish defeated Naomh Mhuire with Conor McKenna, Paddy McGready, Mark Donnelly, Rory Goodfellow and Joe McVeigh all playing well for the St.Patricks. Ciaran Hughes top scored for Naomh Mhuire with seven points with Malachy Conlon getting their goal and Conn Kilpatrick and Conor O’Rourke their other scorers on a day when they had good displays from Hughes, Keelan Gillen, Lorcan Conlon and Conor Mullan.
Greencastle beat Trillick in a high scoring encounter. Lee Brennan, Matt Conlon and Niall Gray got the St.Macartans goals with Peter Gallagher, Jordan Kelly, Ryan Farry, Eoin Kelly and Brennan on an afternoon when Ronan Farry stood out in defence. Shane McGuigan scored 1-2 for Greencastle, Aidan Clarke got six points, Gavin Slane weighed in with five with Dermot McAleer, Seamus Warnock and Gary Conway playing well in defence as they won 1-21 to 3-10. Errigal Ciaran were in fine form as they recorded a comfortable win over Dromore. Paudge McAnenly and Patrick O’Neill top scored for the winners with 1-5 each with Eoin Kelly getting their other goal with Padraig McGirr, Barry McCaffery, Niall Molloy and Niall McGirr all notching points on a day when Ben McDonald, Niall Kelly, Simon Conroy, McGirr and McAnenly all played well.
Strabane were another side in good form as they accounted for Gortin on a 3-16 to 2-6 score line on a day when all but one of their points came from play. Darragh Gartland scored two goals for the Sigersons with Pauric McCay getting their other major. Reece McLaughlin, Hayden McNamee, Sherin Kelly, Matthew Gillespie, Gartland, McCay and T McDermott all played well for the winners with Sean McKenna scoring both of Gortin’s goals. Cormac O’Hagan, Gerard Woods, Gerard Quinn and Shea Oliver all scored for Coalisland but it was Pomeroy who took the spoils by the minimum margin on a 1-8 to 0-10 score line with Aidan Woods getting the only goal of the game for the Plunketts with Gavin Goodfellow, Ruairi Begley, Matthew Rafferty, Michael Rafferty and Jason Molloy all supplying points.
Ardboe defeated Moy 3-10 to 2-6 with David Mulgrew hitting five points, Nathan Bell getting four, Michael O’Neill scoring 2-1 and Callum McGuigan getting their other goal. Best on the day for the Rossas were Eoin Lynn, Paddy Sheehy, Odhran Devlin, Michael O’Neill, Mulgrew, McGuigan and Caolan Mallaghan. Brackaville defeated Rock 2-11 to 3-4 with S Day [1-2], C Barrett , J O’Neill , P Corr , J Devlin [1-0] and A Cunningham  getting their scores with B Casey, L Linden, J Devlin and Cunningham all playing well. Martin Corrigan and Sean Moran were best for Rock on the day with Padraig Ward, Enda Mallon and Shea Litter among their scorers as well. Clonoe and Stewartstown were drawing at halftime but the O’Rahillys turned on the style in the second half to win by seven. Shane Donnelly and Paul O’Neill were strong in midfield, Conor McLaughlin played well up front as did Eoin Teague who bagged a couple of goals.
Moortown defeated Cookstown 2-13 to 2-6 with Shaun Conway and Jamie McCullagh getting their goals with Conal McVey landing three points. Mark Megarry and Aidan Doyle were the goal scorers for the Father Rocks with Dylan Coyle, Ronan Donnelly and Sean Taggart all contributing points. Castlederg had a good win over Urney, 5-13 to 2-3, with Jack Ramsay, Liam Devlin, Brandon Lynch, Daire Keyes and Nico Savanis all playing well. Conal Monaghan, Caolan Daly, Michael Russell and Darragh Hamill done the majority of the scoring as Killeeshil won easily away to Drumquin while Tattyreagh beat Glenelly 1-18 to 1-6 with Eoin Murray hitting half a dozen points, Adam Wockski getting their goal and Peadar Mullan, James Darcy, Joe Cartin and TJ Richards all contributing points. Kildress beat Owen Roes 4-6 to 2-6 with Caolan Loughran scoring a hat trick of goals, Johnny Connolly grabbing 1-4 and Dara McGuigan and Stephen McGurk also on target. Ryan McAleer top scored for Owen Roes with 1-4 with Shane McNulty getting their other goal and Marty O’Neill and Michael Dooher scoring a point each.
Newtownstewart played host to Loughmacrory and the St.Eugenes won 4-10 to 1-6. Patrick Hargan [2-1], Tiarnan McNamee [1-2], Ciaran Duncan [1-0], Aidan McSorley , Pearse McSorley  and Michael Coreless were their scorers with Benny Comber, Aidan McNamee, Aidan McSorley, Tiarnan McNamee and Duncun all playing well for the winners.