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U21FC Tyrone 1-14 Fermanagh 1-3

Wednesday 14.03.2012
Team Talk Mag
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Tyrone have progressed smoothly into the next round of the 2012 Ulster under-21 championship with an emphatic eleven point victory over an outclassed Fermanagh side in Enniskillen, John McCullagh putting the finishing touch to a good night’s work by Raymond Munroe’s charges with the last score of the night, his second point since coming on. Conan Grugan and Liam Gervin also made their entrance to the match in the closing stages as the Red Hands eased past the Erne county’s challenge on a scoreline of 1-14 to 1-3, with Conor McAliskey and Darren McCurry ending the contest with 1-6 between them…
Tyrone – M McReynolds, B Tierney, D McNally, HP McGeary, N Sludden [0-1], S Warnock, T McCann [0-1], H Conlon, C Clarke, S Tierney [0-1], T Canavan [0-1], B McGarvey, D McCurry [0-3], C McAliskey [1-3], R O’Neill [0-1]. Subs – P Mallon [0-1] for McGarvey, P McNulty for Clarke, L Girvan for Tierney, J McCullagh [0-2] for Canavan, C Grugan for Conlon
Fermanagh – B McAleer, P McCaffrey, C McAleer, V O’Brien, T Daly, A Breen, R McGullion, R O’Callaghan, K Duffy, K Connor, R Corrigan [1-0], R Lyons [0-1], J Feely, S Quigley [0-1], B Owens [0-1]. Subs – M McAleer for Duffy, C McBrien for Lyons, J Jackman for Feely, P Mullan for McAleer, M Blake for McCaffrey

Tyrone had just moved thirteen points clear with another three scores, and then John McCullagh, with his very first touch, almost grabbed a second Tyrone goal, but instead it’s Fermanagh who have now registered the game’s second goal through Ruairi Corrigan, although it’s merely a consolation score at this stage. Tyrone 1-13 Fermanagh 1-3…

The margin between the teams at the midway stage in this second half is still ten points, following another score at each end of the field, Conor McAliskey taking his personal tally to 1-2 with a good finish and Brian Owens replying from a Fermanagh free kick. The Red Hands are cruising through this game. Tyrone 1-10 Fermanagh 0-3…

Tyrone substitute Peter Mallon, on for Brian McGarvey, extends Tyrone’s lead with a fine effort, before Sean Quigley finally gets Fermanagh’s second point of the night. With eight minutes gone in the second period, the gap is ten points. Padraig McNulty has also come on for Conor Clarke. Tyrone 1-9 Fermanagh 0-2…

There were no changes to the Tyrone team during the break and the second half is underway in Enniskillen, and it’s the home side applying the early pressure in this half but they’ve nothing to show for their efforts just yet, apart from three wides in a row. Tyrone 1-8 Fermanagh 0-1…

Tyrone have been totally dominant so far in this under-21 championship opener and there looks to be no way back for the home side. The Tyrone scoring was shared by seven different players in the opening half, with Conor McAliskey hitting 1-1, Darren McCurry recording 0-2, and Niall Sludden, Tiernan McCann, Ronan O’Neill, Tommy Canavan and Stefan Tierney all notching a point each…

We’ve arrived at the halfway stage in Brewster Park and it has been plain sailing so far for Tyrone who are now ten points to the good, following a well taken point from Conor McAliskey and a superb finish by Tommy Canavan in injury time at the end of a nine man build up. The Red Hands have only conceded a single point so far, with the likes of Barry Tierney, Niall Sludden and Sean Warnock all looking very comfortable and composed in the Tyrone defence. Raymond Munroe’s outfit are undoubtedly well on their way to the next round at this juncture. Half time score: Tyrone 1-8 Fermanagh 0-1…

Ronan O’Neill makes his first big imprint on the game with five minutes remaining in the first half as he shoots the point of the match so far from out on the left wing, giving Tyrone a comfortable eight point advantage entering the closing stages of the half. Tyrone 1-6 Fermanagh 0-1…

There are 20 minutes gone now in Enniskillen and Tyrone have slowed down a little in terms of scoring but remain seven points clear as they continue to keep the Fermanagh forwards at bay…

The scores aren’t coming just as quickly for Tyrone but Raymond Munroe’s side remain well in control as Stefan Tierney slots over a good point with 16 minutes on the clock, putting seven between the teams. Conor Clarke, Niall Sludden, Darren McCurry and Hugh Pat McGeary are among the Tyrone players catching the eye so far. Tyrone 1-4 Fermanagh 0-1…

With just over ten minutes played at Brewster Park, Tyrone have opened up a healthy six point lead, with Darren McCurry adding two points from frees and Tiernan McCann racing forward and fisting a great score to leave the visitors in command after the opening exchanges. Tyrone 1-4 Fermanagh 0-1…

GOAL FOR TYRONE! Straight from the throw in Conor McAliskey gives Tyrone a dream start as he polishes off a three man move with a fine goal to give the Red Hands a three point cushion with only 15 seconds gone. Niall Sludden then increases the Tyrone tally a short time later with an excellent trademark point and already Tyrone are in a fabulous position at Brewster Park with five minutes gone. Tyrone 1-1 Fermanagh 0-0…

Match getting underway shortly, a little later than scheduled, with one change to the Tyrone team as Mark McReynolds replaces Darren McAnenly. Tyrone, who have two senior players, Ronan O’Neill and Conor Clarke, in the starting lineout, will be viewed as warm favourites here tonight, especially when the Red Hands have a bench which includes players such as John Mc Cullagh, Caolan Daly, Liam Gervin, Richie Donnelly and Conan Grugan….

Teamtalkmag.com in association with O’Neills are LIVE in Enniskillen tonight ahead of Tyrone’s opening Ulster 21 Preliminary Round Championship match with Fermanagh. Join us from 8pm for all the action as Raymond Munroe and his team aim to capture the Ulster title after losing out in last years final to Cavan.

Team to face Fermanagh is as follows: D Mc Anenly, B Tierney, D Mc Nally, HP Mc Geary, N Sludden, S Warnock, T Mc Cann, H Og Conlon, C Clarke, S Tierney, T Canavan, B Mc Garvey, D Mc Curry, C Mc Aliskey, R O’Neill (captain).

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