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Under 16 Updates.

Saturday 10.03.2012
Team Talk Mag
Club


Galbally made it two wins from two when they had an emphatic victory away to Cappagh. Ronan Nugent, Mark Quinn, Conor Kelly, Ciaran Corrigan and John Hanna were among their points with Daniel Kerr, Enda McGarrity and Callum Kelly grabbing their goals, Ryan Bradley on target for the home side.

Loughmacrory came from three points down at halftime to beat Trillick 3-10 to 2-10. Turlough Meenagh, Ruairi Curran and Cathal Donaghy got the goals for the St.Theresas with Michael Rafferty and Conal Grimes both playing well for them on the day. Neil Gray and Peter Gallagher were the St.Macartans goal scorers with Lee Brennan, Kealan Kelly and Ryan Farry all weighing in with points.

Castlederg defeated Tattyreagh 3-9 to 2-9 with Patrick Porter [1-3], Conor Harper [1-2], Thomas McMenamin [1-1], Ben McGrath [2] and Brandon Lynch [1] their scorers on a day when they had good performances from Emmett Harper, Ruairi Connolly, Jack Ramsay and Liam Devlin.

Moortown took on neighbours Ardboe and the St.Malachys emerged comfortable winners. Jamie McCullagh bagged a hat trick of goals with James Devlin, Shane McKeown and Connel McVey all playing well too on a day when their keeper Michael Donnelly saved a late penalty. Michael O’Neill [3], Aiden O’Neill [2], David Mulgrew [2] and Nathan Bell [1] were the scorers for the Rossas who had good performances from Paddy Sheeky, Eoin Lynn, Ruairi Mallon and Conall Devlin in defence and Caolan Mallaghan, Aiden O’Neill and Odhran Devlin in attack.

Coalisland picked up their first points of the campaign when they had a comprehensive win away to Naomh Mhuire. Ciaran Hughes [5], Conn Kilpatrick and Odhran Donnelly were the Naomh Mhuire marksmen but the Fianna were in superb form. Darragh McCann scored a hat trick of goals with Cormac O’Hagan, Shea Oliver, Sean Corr, Gerard Quinn, Gerard Woods and Dan O’Neill all on the score sheet as well with Conal Lyons, Michael McKernan, Corr, O’Hagan and Dylan Toner all playing well.

It finished all square between Killeeshil and Aghyaran, 2-7 apiece the final score line. Conall Monaghan and Naoise Martin got the St.Marys goals with Mark Staunton, Darragh Hamill, Pascal Donaghy and Glen Gallagher all playing well. Tommy Dolan [2], C McGlinchey [1-1], t McSorley [2] and C Logue were on target for the St.Davogs with Ciaran Travers scoring an injury time goal to earn a draw on a day when their keeper B Gallen played well.

Greencastle defeated Owen Roes 2-11 to 1-7 with Gavin Slane top scoring with 1-5 with Shane McGuigan and Aidan Clarke contributing five points between them on a day when they had good performances from Mel McCullagh and Dermot McAleer. Kevin Cairns got the Owen Roes goal. Naomh Padraig defeated Brackaville 2-12 to 1-6 in a good all round display with Eoghan Canavan and Aidan Gavin to the fore for the winners. Moy edged out Donaghmore in a high scoring thriller, 5-8 to 5-5 the final score. Shay Armstrong scored three goals for the winners with Oisin McKeown and Lorcan O’Hanlon getting their other majors while Ryan Coleman [3], Declan Conroy [3] and Philip Mallon [2] got their points.

Kildress and Newtownstewart had to be content with a point apiece after it finished 1-6 each. Stephen Loughran scored 1-2 for the Wolfe Tones with Johnny Connolly [2], Conor Quinn and Shane McNally their other scorers on the day. Tiarnan McNamee hit four points for the St.Eugenes, Nevin McNamee got their goal with Daryl McGuigan and Pearse McSorley contributing points on a day when they had good displays from Pearse McNamee, Michael Coreless and Ciaran Duncan.

Strabane defeated Glenelly 1-14 to 1-7. The Sigersons led 1-7 to 0-1 at the break with Pauric McCay getting their goal, Eamon McConnell with the Glenelly point. The St.Josephs began the second half with a goal from McConnell but failed to close the gap further due to superb goalkeeping from Reece McLaughlin. Kyle Morrison scored four points for the Sigersons, Hayden McNamee got three while there were good displays from R McLaughlin and S Kelly in defence. Rock got the better of Eskra on a 6-11 to 4-2 score line. Gareth McVeigh [2-1], Sean Moran [1-2], Enda Mallon [2-0], Ronan McKernan [1-0], Oran Devlin [2], Padraig Ward [1] and Martin Corrigan [5] were the St.Patricks scorers with Devlin and Corrigan both playing well and keeper Kealan Devlin saving a penalty at a crucial time in the contest.

Cookstown proved too strong for Dungannon in an entertaining encounter. Dylan Coyle [4], Niall Teague [1-1], Mark Megarry [1-1], Christopher McNicholl [2], Sean Taggart [1], Colm Cummings [1] and Pio Murray were the Father Rocks scorers as they won 2-11 to 2-8. It finished all square between Pomeroy and Clonoe after a keenly contested affair. Eoin Teague scored two goals and a few points for the O’Rahillys with Sean Cullen notching 1-3 on a day when they had good displays from Donavan Shields, Michael O’Neill, Ruairi Hagan, Sean Timlin, Shane Donnelly, and Conor McLoughlin as it finished 4-6 to 3-9.

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