Dromore made it through to the semi finals of the Under 14 Championship with a very convincing 7-21 to 1-1 win over a gallant Eglish side tonight. The home side were on top from the start with Cahir Mc Govern outstanding at the back for the winners. In fairness to Matt Mc Gleenan’s side they never stopped working but Dromore with Ciaran Mc Cormick in great scoring form were just too good for them. Mc Cormick top scored with 4-3 while other scorers for the winners were Decky Mc Nulty 0-3, Peter Teague 1-3, Emmet Mc Nabb 1-5, Calum Ward 1-1, Ronan Slevin and Rhys Mc Caffrey0-2 each, Ryan Mc Cusker and Cahir Goodwin 0-1 apiece. Cathal McGready and Mark Donnelly were the Eglish scorers with Cormac Byrne and Kevin Muldoon both playing well.
Killyclogher B and Eskra served up a real cracker of a game at Ballinamullen tonight as both sides produced some excellent football in a match that ended with a victory for the home side on a score of 6-09 to 1-10. Killyclogher had several excellent goal chances from Mark Flanagan, Ronan Quinn and Matthew Murnaghan before they finally found the target. Five first half goals were the foundations on which this win was built. The half time score was 5-04 to 1-03 for the home side as they capitalised on their territorial supremacy. Ronan Quinn 4-01 and Mark Flanagan 2-04 were the side’s top scorers. Other scorers on the night were Jake Kilmurray 0-2 and Steven Mc Kervey 0-1. Paul Kelly produced a fine display at full back and was well supported by Ruairi Winters and John Connolly in the half back line while Jack Mc Namee continued his good form in goals with a fine penalty save. Best players for Eskra were Michael Woods, Rory Brogan, Conor McDermott and Philip McCarney.
Stewartstown defeated Strabane 9-6 to 5-8 with Dylan McElhatton and Oisin Coyle among the goals for the Harps with good performances coming from Caoimhin O’Neill, Tony O’Donnell, Stephen Talbot and Ruairi Kennedy. Killeeshil took on Brackaville and the St.Marys proved too strong on a 8-12 to 3-9 score line. The Roes dominated the first half with the wind at their backs and they led 3-7 to 1-2 at halftime. Sean Day scored 2-3, Kylan Thomas got 1-3 and Jamie Devlin scored three points while Cormac Mackle, Eoin Loughran, Paul Gervin and James O’Hagan all playing well for Brackaville. Killeeshil came out for the second half with all guns blazing with Liam Hughes, Naoise Martin, Pascal Donaghy and Darragh Hamill all getting goals to bring them back into the contest. A blistering last ten minutes saw Michael Russell, Ryan Doyle, Niall Loughran and Thomas Hoy all get scores for the winners as they turned things around in spectacular fashion.
Clann na Gael defeated Trillick in a high scoring encounter 6-14 to 4-12 with Tony Devine and Conor Kerlin leading the way in the scoring stakes for the winners with Dan Houston and keeper Daire Devine playing well for them too. Drumquin defeated Urney 2-7 to 1-5 with James O’Kane [1-1], Shane Skelton [1-0], Gary MacComany , Joe Gormley , Stephen McGoldrick and Conor McHugh getting their scores with Brian Fury playing well in defence. Gavin Elliot hit 1-2 for the St.Columbas with Paul McGrenra, Conor Maxwell and Daryl Maxwell all getting a point each. Coalisland beat Ardboe 6-7 to 2-8 with David Mulgrew and Paddy Sheeky playing well for the Rossas. Derrylaughan were beaten by Naomh Mhuire with James Donnelly [1-1], Tomas Carney , John Donaghy [1-0] and Shay Gordon  scoring for the Kevin Barrys.
Grade two Feile winners Tattyreagh beat Rock with Eoin Murray [4-6], James Darcy [2-5], Brian Callaghan [1-3] and Jude Harkin  their scorers with Ronan McKernan and D Quinn getting the Rock goals and S Moran, M Corrigan, P Ward and S Litter featuring among the points. Kildress edged the verdict against a fancied Moy side 1-14 to 4-3 with Sean McNamee outstanding in goals and Shane McNally, Rory Monaghan, Darren O’Kane, Liam Nugent and Colm McAleer all playing well for the Wolfe Tones. Aghyaran defeated Glenelly 7-7 to 3-5 with Eamonn McConnell [3-2], Kevin McBride, Seamus Bradley and Cormac McConnell the St.Josephs scorers on a night when they had good performances from Shane Devine, Fergus O’Neill, Eamonn McConnell and Seamus Bradley.
Owen Roes defeated Donaghmore 9-14 to 4-4 with Sean Kelly [2-4], Ryan McAleer [2-3], Kevin Cairns [3-0], Michael Dooher [1-3], Cathal Kelly [1-2] and Aaron McGonagle  their scorers with Philip Haughey, Jamie McGale, Conal McCormack, Tim O’Doherty, Jack McGeehan, Ryan Devine, Owen McNulty and Kieran McMenamin all playing well for the winners. Fintona were also in fine scoring form as they reached the semi final thanks to a 7-14 to 1-8 success over Greencastle with Andrew McGrath top scoring for the Pearse with 3-6, Cathal Starrs hitting 2-4, and Cian Marlow and Ryan Donnelly both finding the net as well. Galbally are into the semi finals as well after beating neighbours Carrickmore with Adam Arthurs, Daniel Kerr and Patrick Quinn all finding the net for the Pearses.