Five sent off in Killyclogher
Killyclogher 0-11 Dromore 0-8
Five players received their marching orders from referee Donal Dorman as Killyclogher secured a win over defending champions Dromore for a result that not only edges them away from danger but leaves them in the running for a league semi-final spot.
It was honours even at the end of the opening quarter, with Leo Meenan getting all three of Killyclogher’s points, Paddy Montague and Colm McCullagh on target for Dromore.
Eoghan Bradley and Eoin McCusker were then both straight red carded and it was the home side who reacted best with five unanswered scores from Meenan  and Simon O’Neill  to lead 0-8 to 0-3 at halftime.
Colm McCullagh, Emmett O’Neill and Sean McDonnell had second half points for the St.Dympnas but Killyclogher stayed ahead thanks to efforts by Meenan and James Carlin.
In the closing stages Killyclogher duo Karl Donnelly and Conor Meenan as well as Dromore’s McCullagh were all sent off for second yellow card offences.
Killyclogher scorers – Leo Meenan 0-6, Simon O’Neill 0-3, James Carlin 0-1, Conal McCann 0-1
Dromore scorers – Colm McCullagh 0-3, Sean McDonnell 0-2, Paddy Montague 0-1, Emmett O’Neill 0-1, Niall Sludden 0-1
Carrickmore 1-12 Trillick 2-7
Trillick remain joint bottom off the division one table with two points but if they display the sort of fighting spirit that they demonstrated here against Carrickmore on Saturday they may yet escape to safety.
The St.Macartans led at the end of the opening quarter thanks to points from Richard Donnelly and Stephen O’Donnell but Carrickmore responded with full forward Finbar Magill in fine form. He landed five first half points to help his side to a 0-7 to 0-5 interval advantage.
Two minutes into the second half Jonathan Munroe bagged a goal for the St.Colmcilles but back came the St.Macartans with O’Donnell finding the net.
At that stage the hosts reeled off four unanswered points to effective take control with Kevin McNally, Mickey McCallan, Barry Daly and corner back Conor Mullan their marksmen and by the time Eunan McAnespie got Trillick’s second goal it came too late in the day to save them.
Carrickmore scorers – Finbar Magill 0-6, Jonathan Munroe 1-0, Barry Daly 0-2, Padraig Slane 0-1, Kevin McNally 0-1, Mickey McCall 0-1, Conor Mullan 0-1
Trillick scorers – Richard Donnelly 0-5, Stephen O’Donnell 1-2, Eunan McAnespie 1-0,
Clonoe 0-11 Moortown 1-5
When unbeaten Clonoe hit the opening half a dozen points of the game visiting Moortown must have feared the worst at O’Rahilly Park but the Loughshore men made a fight of it, although they still crashed to their ninth defeat in a row.
Packie Hughes, Conor McAliskey, Dominic Campbell and Emmett Teague were among the scorers for the O’Rahillys before Moortown finished the half strongly with efforts from Colum Campbell and Philip Muldoon to leave it 0-6 to 0-3.
McNulty increased the advantage on the restart but Moortown hit back to halve the deficit with scores from Ryan Kelly and Peter Devlin.
Clonoe, who included Stephen McNulty in their line-up, got scores when they mattered most with McAliskey and Colm Doris getting a brace each and, while Devlin palmed to the net past keeper Mickey O’Neill, it came too late to save the visitors.
Clonoe scorers – Conor McAliskey 0-4, Danny McNulty 0-2, Colm Doris 0-2, Packie Hughes 0-1, Dominic Campbell 0-1, Emmett Teague 0-1
Moortown scorers – Peter Devlin 1-1, Anthony Devlin 0-1, Colum Campbell 0-1, Philip Muldoon 0-1, Ryan Kelly 0-1
Donaghmore 0-11 Derrylaughan 0-3
Donaghmore moved into contention for a place in semi-finals thanks to an empathic victory over Derrylaughan at Fr Devlin Park, the Kevin Barrys having now scored only a total of seven points in the last two outings.
It took Derrylaughan twenty five minutes to get their one and only score of the first half via Stephen McGrath by which time Shane Mulgrew, Dan Toner and Thomas Haughey had all registered for the St.Patricks on their way to a 0-5 to 0-1 interval lead. Two superb scores in as many minutes on the restart from Mulgrew and Mark Hetherington confirmed Donaghmore’s dominance and even though Derrylaughan replied through Gerard Donaghy and Martin McStravog they weren’t to score again.
Deasun Quinn and Mulgrew landed further scores in between a superb brace from teenage substitute Peter McKenna as Donaghmore emerged comfortable winners on home soil to move onto eleven league points.
Donaghmore scorers – Shane Mulgrew 0-4, Peter McKenna 0-2, Deasun Quinn 0-2, Dan Toner 0-1, Thomas Haughey 0-1, Mark Hetherington 0-1
Derrylaughan scorers – Stephen McGrath 0-1, Gerard Donaghy 0-1, Martin McStravog 0-1
Ardboe 0-10 Coalisland 1-11
Coalisland remain out in front at the top of division one as they maintained their one hundred percent record with a hard fought victory over Ardboe at Coney Park.
The Rossas started brightly with points from Frank McGuigan and Ciaran O’Neill and they could well have had a goal with Johnny Curran denying the latter.
Dermot Thornton then opened the Fianna’s account but back came Ardboe with scores from Michael Hagan and Mattie Bell. Two minutes before the break Plunkett Kane scored a well-worked goal for the visitors but Ardboe had the final say through Gavin Wylie and Hagan to lead at halftime.
The home side failed to score in the third quarter as Coalisland established a lead that they were never to lose with Stephen Curran, Eoghan Carberry and Tiarnan O’Hagan all landing points.
Hagan and Bell eventually got the Rossas going again but the Fianna had the bit between their teeth and points from substitutes Richard Thornton and Paddy O’Farrell helped secure victory.
Ardboe scorers – Michael Hagan 0-4, Frank McGuigan 0-2, Mattie Bell 0-2, Gavin Wylie 0-1, Ciaran O’Neill 0-1
Coalisland scorers – Plunkett Kane 1-1, Stephen Curran 0-3, Tiarnan O’Hagan 0-2, Dermot Thornton 0-2, Eoghan Carberry 0-1, Richard Thornton 0-1, Paddy O’Farrell 0-1
Greencastle 1-17 Kildress 0-7
Greencastle produced an outstanding first half performance to completely blow Kildress out of the water as they laid the foundations for a crucial win to make it four unbeaten games in a row for Sean Teague’s charges.
The Wolfe Tones didn’t know what hit them as they failed to trouble the umpires while their opponents notched fourteen points inside the opening thirty minutes.
Cathair McCullagh, John McCullagh, Martin Conway and the superb Enda Clarke all registered points with the visitors’ best chance coming just before the break when Philip Lennon shot wide with a goal on the cards.
Frank McGurk finally opened the Wolfe Tones’ account in the second half from a third minute free and they went on to outscore their opponents but it was only a damage limitation exercise at that stage.
Sean Warnock scored a brilliant team goal that came at the end of a ten pass move and while Matthew Heagney and Niall Quinn had Kildress points they were well beaten.
Greencastle scorers – Sean Warnock 1-2, Cathair McCullagh 0-4, Martin Conway 0-4, Enda Clarke 0-4, John McCullagh 0-1, Emmett Clarke 0-1, Sean Fox 0-1
Kildress scorers – Matthew Heagney 0-3, Eoin Brannigan 0-2, Frank McGurk 0-1, Niall Quinn 0-1
Errigal Ciaran 1-9 Omagh 0-10
Errigal Ciaran picked up their first win in three outings when they made home advantage count to edge the verdict against Omagh at Dunmoyle on Sunday evening.
St.Endas led by double scores at the break, 0-6 to 0-3, with Jason McAnulla hitting four points and defenders Barry and Paul Tierney also on target, Bryan Horisk and Ciaran McGinley with points for the hosts.
It took the visitors nineteen minutes to open their second half account via Shane O’Neill, by which time Errigal Ciaran had scored 1-3. Tommy Canavan, Ryan Lynch and Brian Mullan contributed points, Horisk grabbing the all important goal. Omagh did come with a rally that yielded scores by Paddy Doherty, Conor O’Donnell and substitute Aaron Grugan as they closed the gap to the minimum before Canavan had the final sa, an injury time free.
Errigal Ciaran scorers – Bryan Horisk 1-1, Tommy Canavan 0-3, Ciaran McGinley 0-2, Ryan Lynch 0-1, Brian Mullan 0-1, Rory McCann 0-1
Omagh scorers – Jason McAnulla 0-4, Barry Tierney 0-1, Paul Tierney 0-1, Shane O’Neill 0-1, Paddy Doherty 0-1, Conor O’Donnell 0-1, Aaron Grugan 0-1
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