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U21FC Final Score Tyrone 0-12 Donegal 0-6

Wednesday 21.03.2012
Team Talk Mag
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Darren McCurry, who had a great first half, has the final say of this match as he swings over a free kick to notch his fifth point, ensuring an excellent six point win for the Red Hands, which sets up an Ulster semi-final date with Down…

A McBrearty free kick leaves four in it again as we prepare for three minutes of additional time, but a fine score from Conor McAliskey seconds later, his first of the night after registering 1-3 last week, all but seals the win for Tyrone. McAliskey leaves the field seconds later to be replaced by Caolan Daly. Tyrone 0-11 Donegal 0-6…

The situation was beginning to look a little worrying for Tyrone who hadn’t scored in quite a while, since going 0-9 to 0-2 ahead on the restart, but Thomas Canavan settles a few nerves with a wonderful score, leaving five points in it entering the last few minutes here. Harry Og Conlon is in for Sean Warnock as we head towards the finish of this match, Tyrone looking almost assured of victory at this stage. Tyrone 0-10 Donegal 0-5…

The gap is now down to four points as Donegal find the target again with seven minutes of normal time remaining, and Tyrone need to raise their game here because the visitors are threatening to finish strongly. Tyrone 0-9 Donegal 0-5…

Donegal get a point through McBrearty to leave five between the teams and it’s a warning to the Red Hands that they are far from safe in this match yet. Conan Grugan and Shea McGuigan have been introduced for the closing nine minutes of the match and hopefully they’ll give Tyrone a little spark again as Donegal start to look a little more dangerous here. Tyrone 0-9 Donegal 0-4…

Tyrone aren’t playing with the same bite as they were earlier in this match but they don’t seem troubled at the minute, although a goal for Donegal could change the complexion of the game quite significantly – they almost get one but Darragh McAnenly makes a fine save in the Tyrone goal, his second of the match…

As the second half of this encounter progresses, Tyrone are looking well in control of the exchanges as Stefan Tierney shoots a brilliant score to give the home side a very healthy seven point advantage. We still have a long way to go here but the Red Hands are in a good position with 20 minutes to go, although Donegal’s first point since the resumption leaves six in it. Tyrone 0-9 Donegal 0-3…

Brian McGarvey, who put in a good shift in the first half, is forced to leave the field with an injury and it’s Peter Mallon who enters the action in the early stages of this second period…

We’re up and running in the second half at Healy Park and the talented Patrick McBrearty has the first chance of the half but his shot goes wide, and instead it’s Tyrone who draw first blood on the restart as Conor Clarke delivers an inspirational score to extend the lead to six points. Tyrone 0-8 Donegal 0-2…

We hope you have enjoyed the historic Teamtalk commentary on this match so far, brought to you by Paddy Hunter and Noel McGinn. We’ll be back shortly with live radio commentary of the second half, as well as continuing to bring you updates on this page…

Darren McCurry, who scored three points in the last round against Fermanagh, hits his fourth point of the evening in first half injury time, and it’s another classy finish from play by the Edendork man, although McBrearty shows his quality at the opposite end seconds later with a delightful score for the visitors, making it 0-7 to 0-2 at the halfway stage. Tyrone 0-7 Donegal 0-2…

Richard Donnelly restores Tyrone’s five point lead with a great finish, with Tiernan McCann, Brian McGarvey and Sean Warnock all doing their bit to ensure another score for the home side who are doing really well approaching half time. Tyrone 0-6 Donegal 0-1…

Donegal finally open their championship account with a Dermot Molloy point after 27 minutes of play. Tyrone are playing really well in defence tonight, with stand in captain Hugh Pat McGeary, Dean McNally and Conor Clarke among the players who have shone at Healy Park in this under-21 championship tie. Tyrone 0-5 Donegal 0-1…

Tyrone’s workrate has been very impressive in tonight’s game and manager Raymond Munroe will surely be pleased with the way his players have applied themselves, and the scoring sequence continues for the Red Hands as Darren McCurry slots over his third point of the proceedings, this time from a free kick. Tyrone 0-5 Donegal 0-0…

With 16 minutes gone in Healy Park, Tyrone strengthen their position with another excellent point from Darren McCurry, his second scoring contribution of the night. Things are going very well early in this second quarter, although Donegal have shown some menace at times despite failing to hit the target. Tyrone 0-4 Donegal 0-0…

Tyrone continue to defend very well in this opening quarter, keeping Donegal at bay fairly comfortably so far. Niall Sludden and Sean Warnock have been two of the key players in this match so far, as Tyrone move into a three point lead thanks to Warnock’s finishing touch. Tyrone 0-3 Donegal 0-0…

Eight minutes gone here in Healy Park and Donegal have yet to open their account, Tyrone enjoying a two point lead thanks to a couple of well taken scores from Darren McCurry and Richard Donnelly…

Tyrone lead by two points after four minutes of play, with Niall Sludden again involved in the build up and Richard Donnelly popping over a superb score to give the home side a good early cushion. Tyrone 0-2 Donegal 0-0…

Darren McCurry opens the scoring for Tyrone with a fine point in the 2nd minute, with Niall Sludden, Sean Warnock and Brian McGarvey involved in the approach work. It’s a positive start for the Red Hands. Tyrone 0-1 Donegal 0-0…

We’re underway in Healy Park in the Ulster under 21 championship semi-final clash of Tyrone and Donegal, Tyrone hoping to build on last week’s preliminary round victory over Fermanagh, a match they won quite easily. There’s no Ronan O’Neill in the Tyrone starting line-up tonight, with John McCullagh coming into the forward line, while Richard Donnelly starts in the middle of the field. We’re live on teamtalkmag.com radio as well, so you can either listen to the updates or get them here…
D Mc Anenly, B Tierney, D Mc Nally, HP Mc Geary, N Sludden, S Warnock, T Mc Cann, R Donnelly, C Clarke, S Tierney, T Canavan, B Mc Garvey, D Mc Curry, C Mc Aliskey, J McCullagh

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