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U21 Wrap Up

Tuesday 21.07.2015
Team Talk Mag
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The quarter finals of the grade one U21 Championship took place tonight and there were wins for Dromore, Donaghmore, Cookstown and Errigal Ciaran.  The St.Dympnas played host to Coalisland and they went through after a high scoring encounter.  They led 4-7 to 3-0 at halftime with Emmett McNabb [2] and Fergal O’Neill getting their goals with Ruairi Sludden [4], Ronan McNabb and Declan McNulty providing points.  McNulty found the net twice in the second half with Ciaran McCormack also scoring a goal as it finished 7-10 to 6-7.

Donaghmore got the better of Carrickmore at Father Devlin Park on a 2-18 to 3-9 scoreline. The St.Patricks laid the foundation for their win in the first half as they dominated possession. Tiarnan Drayne and Sean McCaul both scored goals with Shea Hamill, Cormac McCann, Brannon Molloy, Peter McKenna and Caolan Mulgrew all notching points to leave it 2-12 to 1-1 at the break, Conor Loughran with the Carrickmore goal after Aidan Fullerton had opened their account. Carrickmore got off to a good start in the second half with Fullerton hitting 1-2 and Loughran finding the net again but they were always chasing the game. Mulgrew, Drayne and Molloy added further points as they ran out winners despite scores for the visitors from Sean Loughran, Ciaran Daly and Conal Travers.

Cookstown made the trip to Healy Park to play Omagh and they advanced to the last four with the minimum to spare, 2-7 to 1-9.  The Father Rocks led 1-4 to 0-3 at the break with Dylan Coyle getting their goal and  James McGahan and Barry Potter supplying points. Joe Colton got an early second half goal for the St.Endas but despite a couple of points from substitute Conor Meyler it was the visitors who went through with Coyle and Dean Teague providing further scores.

Errigal Ciaran made the journey to O’Rahilly Park to take on Clonoe and they came away with a narrow win in a game where they laid the foundations for victory in the first half. Niall Kelly, Eoin Kelly and Paudge McAnenly all got goals as they led 3-3 to 0-4 at the break, Fintan McClure and Aaron Elliot with Clonoe points. Eamon Duffin and McClure narrowed the gap on the restart before Elliot for a goal for the hosts.  McAnenly kicked a number of points for the Dunmoyle based side and despite Brian Morgan, Duffin and Elliot responding for the hosts the visitors held on to win 3-9 to 1-14.

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