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Updated Scorers Charts Across All Three Divisions

Saturday 14.05.2011
Team Talk Mag

Niall Gormley still leads the way at the top of the scoring charts after four rounds of fixtures but he is joined by Clonoe’s Conor McAliskey with both players having hit 1-17. Hot on the heels of the top two are Eglish marksman Peter McCann, who is only a point behind and Errigal Ciaran’s Caolan Tierney who is a further point adrift. Carrickmore’s Kevin McNally is the only newcomer from last week’s top scorers and with 1-13 to his name he is well placed near the top of the leader board. However they all have some way to go to catch up with the overall leader in all of the three divisions as Aghaloo’s Steven Donnelly has accumulated a very impressive total of 2-22, 28 points, in four games. The big forward is averaging seven points a game and is the standard bearer that the others must catch.

Niall Gormley [Trillick] 1-17

Conor McAliskey [Clonoe] 1-17

Peter McCann [Eglish] 2-13

Shane Mulgrew [Donaghmore] 1-15

Caolan Tierney [Errigal Ciaran] 1-14

Simon O’Neill [Killyclogher] 3-8

Eoin McCusker [Dromore] 0-16

Kevin McNally [Carrickmore] 1-13

Owen Mulligan [Cookstown] 0-15

Nishy O’Neill [Ardboe] 2-8

Mark Donnelly [Carrickmore] 3-5

Last week there were four players joint top of the scoring charts in Intermediate football but now one of those has moved clear at the top with Gareth Devlin taking his personal haul to 1-23 from four outings. Next come Enda Ward and Jamie Donnelly with Gortin’s Kevin Mossey and Clann na Gael’s Gareth McDermott following close behind. Two new faces feature among the top ten marksmen for the first time this season namely Paul Rafferty and Niall Morgan.

Gareth Devlin [Stewartstown] 1-23

Enda Ward [Loughmacrory] 0-23

Jamie Donnelly [Augher] 1-20

Kevin Mossey [Gortin] 0-21

Gareth McDermott [Clann na Gael] 2-15

Niall Morgan [Edendork] 1-17

Peter Hughes [Eskra] 1-17

Mickey Donnelly [Killyman] 1-17

Conor McCreesh [Rock] 1-16

Paul Rafferty [Galbally] 1-16

Division Three is once again proving to be high scoring and competitive with several teams running up big scores in recent games and contains the overall top scorer across the three divisions with his tally of twenty eight points. Of course the scoring charts are all about individualism and already there are several very impressive individual tallies and we are only four games into the season. Eamon Teague’s tally of 1-9 last weekend has seen him move from obscurity to seventh place in the chart and with quite a few players sitting just outside the top ten who is to say what might happen after round five of the All County league.

Stephen Donnelly Aghaloo 2-22

Packie Mc Mullan Killeeshil 4-14

Cathal Nicholas Glenelly  1-22

Shane Mallon Killeeshil 1-20

Ciaran Donnelly  Brockagh  1-19

Niall Gavin Derrytresk 2-16

Eamon Teague Drumquin 2-15

Patrick Quinn Dungannon 3-10

Conor Taggart Tattyreagh 1-16

Micky Rea Derrytresk 1-15



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