U16 titles for Stewartstown, Moortown and Killeeshil
Grade One U16 League Final
Stewartstown 2 14 Errigal Ciaran 1 6
Stewartstown produced a brilliant display at Carrickmore on Saturday to lift the grade one U16 league title at the expense of prematch favourites Errigal Ciaran.
The Harps dominated the game from start to finish and were well on their way to victory at the break after establishing a healthy 2 6 to 0 3 lead.
The outstanding Macaulay Quinn sent them on their way with a superb fourth minute goal.
Darren Devlin, Shea Devlin and Quinn added points and, while Patrick O’Neill and Paudge McAnenly replied for Errigal Ciaran, a goal from Quentin O’Neill left the Harps well in control.
Quinn,Shea Devlin and Shay Burke added points in the second half with Eoin Kelly’s goal coming too late in the day to save Errigal Ciaran.
Grade Two U16 Final
Moortown 4-8 Dungannon 4-2
Moortown won the grade two U16 championship title when they had six points to spare over Dungannon in an entertaining decider at Derrylaughan on Saturday afternoon.
The Clarkes got off to a great start with a goal from James Loughran before Moortown hit back with a major from Daniel Quinn.
Loughran and Niall Bullock both found the net again as Dungannon led 3-1 to 2-1 at the break, Ronan Conlon the other goal scorer for the young St.Malachys.
In the second half Jack McGuigan, Darragh McVey and Conan McLernon had Moortown points, while Connel McVey grabbed their fourth goal and, despite points from Cainan Fox and Gary Molloy - coupled with an own goal, Dungannon had left themselves with too much to do.
Grade Two U16 Final
Killeeshil 5-16 Aghyaran 1-5
These two sides drew in the U16 Grade four league final a week ago but on Saturday there was only one winner in this championship decider at Drumragh, as Killeeshil turned on the style to run out emphatic winners over Aghyaran.
Conal Monaghan hit eight points for the winners, with Darragh Hamill scoring three, while the goals came from Caolan Devlin, Liam Hughes, Pascal Donaghy, Naoise Martin and Conor Mellon.
The St.Marys led 2-7 to 0-3 at halftime and they never looked back.
Ciaran Travers got the goal for the St.Davogs, with Jamie Hegarty landing a couple of points.
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