Fr Rocks set the pace
Stewartstown 0-7 Urney 3-10
STEWARTSTOWN suffered a heavy defeat at home to Urney on Sunday afternoon as they failed to build on their opening day win.
Stewartstown lost Niall Dillon on the 20th minute, after he received his second yellow card and from there on Urney completely dominated proceedings. Urney had opened up a seven point lead at the halfway mark, thanks to goals from Adian Lynch and Sean Laverty with Fergal McNulty adding four points. Dan Lowe, James Kelly and Peter Armour all hit points for the home team, as they could only manage three scores in the first thirty minutes.
The second half didn’t get any easier for the Harps, as McNulty and Jamie McAleer hit points, before county man Johnny Lafferty contributed 1-1 to put the result beyond doubt. Stewartstown’s Owen Coyle, Mickey Mulgrew and Gareth Devlin all added second half points, but in the end they were well beaten by an impressive Urney side.
Stewartstown scores: Gareth Devlin 0-2, Dan Lowe 0-1, Mickey Mulgrew 0-1, James Kelly 0-1, Peter Armour 0-1, Owen Coyle 0-1. Urney scores: Fergal McNulty 0-6, Johnny Lafferty 1-1, Sean Laverty 1-0, Adian Lynch 1-0, Plunkett Langian 0-1, Jamie Mcaleer 0-2
Rock 3-13 Aghyaran 0-6
Rock made up for their poor start last week, when they had 16 points to spare over the visiting Aghyaran St Davog’s.
A 14th minute goal from Adian McGarrity, along with a brace from Eamon Ward, helped them open up an early six point lead before Sean Burren and Adian Connolly replied for the visitors. Connor McCreesh and his older brother James notched points for the rock to lead 1-6 to 0-3 at half time. The second half was completely dominated by the Rock as they impressively outscored their opponents 2-7 to 0-3 with McGarrity again finding the net for his side.
Niall Mullan, McGarrity, and Adian Gervin all pointed before Connor McCreesh finished the rout with a brace of points from play to leave his side sitting on three points. Rock Scores: Adian McGarrity 2-1, Connor McCressh 0-5, Eamon Ward 0-4, James McCreesh 0-1, Adian Gervin 0-1, Cathal McWilliams 0-1
Gortin 0-8 Cookstown 3-15
Cookstown travelled to Gortin on Sunday afternoon and with the home side missing their top two forwards, Kevin Mossey and Diarmuid McNulty they were no match for the victorious Father Rocks, after they seen midfielder Rauri Kennan showing a red card for his part in starting a short scuffle.
Shea McGarrity hits the headline this week again for his team as he weighed in with an impressive 2-3, all which came from play. Cookstown man James McGahan making his debut for his side, contributing two first half points.
Shea McGarrity opened the scoring with Brian Muilligan, Owen Mulligan, Danny McEllhatton and corner back Marty Hughes all adding points. Mickey Mossey replied with a brace for his side, before McGarrity got his first major to give his side a nine point interval lead. Tom Mullan scored a soccer style goal, early in the second half, before McGahan and two points from Danny McEllhatton put the result beyond doubt. McGarrity then helped himself to 1-1 inside a couple of minutes, before substitute Rauri Mullan finished the scoring to give his side a sixteen point winning margin.
Cookstown scores: Shea McGarrity 2-3, Tom Mullan 1-1, Danny McEllhatton 0-4, James McGahan 0-3, Brian Mulligan 0-1 Owen Mulligan 0-1, Rauri Mullan 0-1, Marty Hughes 0-1
Loughmacrory 0-17 Kileeshil 2-5
A personal haul of 2-2 from Kileeshil’s Gary Reilly, wasn’t enough to see his side pick up their first two points of the year as they lost out to Loughmacrory by six points. Sean Paul Slane and Ciaran Ward hit early scores for the home side with Shane Mallon responding with a free.
Slane, Ward and Mark McCullagh added points before another Shane Mallon free. Gary Reilly then hit the net for the visitors to reduce the deficit, before Ronan ward finished the half off with a brace of points.
Mallon opened Kileeshil’s second half account with a point from play, with Carl Logue, Enda Ward and Brendan Donaghy scoring for the home team, sandwiched in-between a Gary Reilly point for the St. Mary’s. Donaghy added two frees for Loughmacrory before Gary Reilly hit a consolation goal for his side with five minutes remaining, with the home side then seeing out the game with the final score coming from Ciaran Ward.
Loughmacrory scores: Ciaran Ward 0-5, Enda Ward 0-3 Sean Paul Slane 0-2, Ronan Ward 0-3, Brendan Donaghy 0-2 Carl Logue 0-1, Mark McCullagh 0-1. Kileeshil score: Gary Reilly 2-2, Shane Mallon 0-3
Augher 1-9 Clan Na Gael 1-9
Augher remain unbeaten in Division Two but have yet to win a match.
Wekk two result mirrored week one, a draw.
Clan Na Gael were the visitors Fr Hackett Park and after an entertaining game the scores were level on 1-9 apiece.
Eskra 0-8 Strabane 1-9
Strabane needed the play off game last year to stay in the Division but on current form they certainly mean business in 2012.
The Sigersons built on their draw against Rock with a comprehensive four point win over Eskra.
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