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U16 Round Up

Wednesday 07.08.2013
Team Talk Mag
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Moortown maintained their perfect start to their campaign when they won a high scoring encounter at home to Coalisland. Conan McLarnon hit eight points for the winners with Shane McKeown bagging two goals and Ronan Conlon also finding the net on a night when Tiernan Corr, Callum Gallagher, Shaun Conway and Jamie Devlin all played well for the winners. Cormac O’Hagan, Gerard Woods, Peter Herron and Brandon O’Hanlon all played well for the Fianna.

Dungannon picked up their first win of the campaign when they edged out Cookstown on a 3-11 to 3-9 scoreline. Star of the show for the Clarkes was Patrick Molloy who weighed in with an impressive 3-6 to his name with Brian McNulty and Kyle Brown both playing well in defence. Dylan Coyle hit 2-4 for the Father Rocks with Conor O’Neill and Ryan Mullan on target as well. Dromore maintained their one hundred percent record as well but they had to pull out all the stops to beat Omagh by the minimum margin with Oran Sludden and Ryan McCusker to the fore for the St.Dympnas.

Galbally travelled to play Cappagh and came away with a comfortable 4-14 to 0-9 victory with Mark Donnelly [3] and Colm McAleer getting their goals and Mark Quinn, Colin Campbell, John Hanna, Patrick Quinn, Daniel Kerr and Peter Quinn all contributing points. David McLaughlin, PT Cunningham and Matthew McAleer were among the scorers for the home side. Owen Roes picked up their first points when beating Carrickmore at home. Ciaran Daly from a penalty, Lorcan O’Donnaigle and Conor Loughran were the goal scorers for the St.Colmcilles with Niall Allison playing well for them as it finished 3-12 to 3-8.

Kildress were emphatic winners over neighbours Rock with Padraig Ward and Oran Devlin among the points for the St.Patricks with Darren O’Kane, Shane McNally, Rory Monaghan, Dara Loughran and Charlie Conway among the marksmen for the Wolfe Tones. Mickey Woods, Jason Meegan and Conor Earley all played well for Eskra but they still lost out to Brackaville while Jamie Deazley 2-1, Andrew McGrath 2-3, Owen Keenan 2-2, Reece Partington 0-1, Cathal Starrs 0-2 and Liam Maguire all scored for Fintona as they beat Newtownstewart 6-10 to 0-10. Michael Coreless 0-6, Patrick Hargan 0-2, Brandon O’Goan 0-1 and Gary Duffy 0-1 were the scorers for the St.Eugenes who had good performances from Gavin Traynor, Conor Kerrigan, Piaras McNamee and Coreless.

Killeeshil defeated Beragh 6-9 to 3-15 with Darragh Hamill, Cormac Donaghy, Tomas Hoy, Liam Hughes and Naoise Martin getting their goals with Daniel Millar and Ryan Doyle featuring among the points and Shea Skeffington and Glen Gallagher both playing well too. Tattyreagh defeated Errigal Ciaran 1-11 to 2-7 with Eoin Murray 0-5, James Darcy 0-4, Ailin Colman 1-0, Peadar Mullan 0-1 and Gerry McDermott 0-1 their scorers with strong performances from Murray, Darcy and keeper Ryan Prichard who pulled of several match winning saves. Errigal Ciaran keeper Niall Donnelly also had a superb game between the sticks.

Trillick and Gortin played out a 3-7 apiece draw with Calvin O’Kane, Tommy Kelly, Darragh McQuaid, Ryan Grey, James Garrity, Mick Gallagher and Ryan Kelly all playing well for the St.Macartans. Stewartstown emerged comfortable winners over neighbours Derrytresk with Shay Burke hitting 3-4, Daire Coyle, S Talbot and Dylan McElhatton all getting a goal each and Cumhai O’Neill, Ruairi Kennedy, James Mitchell, Mark O’Neill, Fergal Mulgrew and Peter O’Neill all supplying points with Cumhai O’Neill, Oisin Coyle, Tony O’Donnell, Shay Burke, Fergal Mulgrew, Daire Coyle and Rory Kennedy the Harps’ best players on the night.

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