Galbally earn last gasp draw
Augher 2-13 Loughmacrory 2-7
Augher recorded another victory on home soil this year when they had six points to spare over Loughmacrory in Sunday’s early fixture.
Adain McElroy and Darragh Donnelly had early points before both sides traded goals inside a minute, with Donnelly scoring for the home side on the seventh minute and Pearse Gallagher responding almost immediately for the visitors.
Raymond McElroy and Enda Ward exchanged frees, with Jamie Donnelly then hitting a brace for the McCartans. Ward replied with two frees, but Jamie Donnelly struck for a 29th minute goal to give them a four point interval lead.
Augher stretched their lead in the second half with points from Fran McMeel, Sean Hackett and a Jamie Donnelly free before Ward replied with two free kicks.
Ryan O’Brien hit a 17th minute goal for Loughmacrory to leave two between the sides but the home side remained composed, hitting points through Hackett, Raymond McElroy, Stephen McCaffery and Declan Connoly. Ward again responded with a brace of frees but it was Augher who deservedly picked up all two points.
Augher scorers - Jamie Donnelly 1-4, Darragh Donnelly 1-1, Raymond McElroy 0-2, Sean Hackett 0-2, Adian McElroy 0-1, Declan Connoly 0-1, Stephen McCaffery 0-1, Fran McMeel 0-1.
Loughmacrory scorers- Enda Ward 0-7, Perase Gallagher 1-0, Ryan O’Brien 1-0
Galbally 2-13 Stewartstown 2-13
County man Mickey Murphy was sprung from the Galbally bench for the last quarter of this entertaining game, played out in wonderful conditions, and scored 1-2, including the all-important equaliser to give his side a deserved share of the spoils.
Blaine Nugent, Adian O’Hagan and Declan Murphy give the Pearse’s an early lead before Cathal Devlin responded for the Harp’s. Paul Rafferty and Kieran McCrory then had points for the hosts with Devlin again responded to leave three between the sides. Peter Armour had his first point before Dan Lowe struck for a 14th minute goal to give the visitors the lead for the first time. James Kelly and Ronan O’Neill had points for the visitors before Declan Murphy struck for a 2oth minute goal for Galbally. Paul Rafferty, Kieran McGurk and Kieran McCrory hitting points to leave Galbally in control at half time.
Dan Lowe hit the opening score of the half, with Armour then hitting a brace of points, with Ryan McGurk responding for the hosts.
Paul Dillon then kicked two in a row for the Harps, to give his side the lead once again. Murphy and Dillon traded points before corner back Blake Smyth got forward to score an excellent point for Stewartstown.
Michael Murphy had just been introduced and with his first touch made an excellent catch before off laying to Eamon McElroy, who give it back and Murphy made no mistake in blasting to the net to give his side a two point.
A high ball then played in from Dan Lowe resulted in Galbally keeper Paul O’Hagan dropping the ball into his own net, giving the Harp’s a one point lead with under ten minutes to play.
Murphy and Owen Coyle exchanged points, with both teams very wasteful in the latter stages of the game before it was left to that man Murphy to kick an excellent score and give his side a share of the spoils on offer.
Galbally scorers - Declan Murphy 1-2, Mickey Murphy 1-2, Paul Rafferty 0-3, Ryan McGurk 0-2, Kieran McCrory 0-2, Adian O’Hagan 0-1, Blaine Nugent 0-1.
Stewartstown scorers - Dan Lowe 2- 1, Paul Dillon 0-3, Peter Armour 0-3, Cathal Devlin 0-3 Owen Coyle 0-1, Blake Smyth 0-1, James Kelly 0-1
Moy 1-9 Derrytresk 0-4
A serious shoulder injury to Tyrone talisman Sean Cavanagh overshadowed a game in which Moy were able to overcome Derrytresk.
Moy led by three points to one at the end of a very low scoring and fractious first half.
Derrytresk were reduced to 14 men following a straight red card to their number 12.
A Ryan O’Neill goal two minutes after the restart put Moy in the driving seat in the second half.
And although Derrytresk battled gamely, Moy turned in a strong final quarter to emerge comfortable winners in the end.
The main talking point of the game saw Sean Cavanagh taken from the pitch with a shoulder injury just six minutes from the end
Moy scorers - Sean Cavanagh 0-4, Peter Mallon 0-3, Ryan O’Neill 1-0, Philip jordan 0-1, Ryan Mellon 0-1
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