Mixed fortunes for St Patrick's Maghera

Mageean hopes crushed while Corn nÁ nÓg team march on

Mixed fortunes for St Patrick's Maghera

It was a mixed day on the Ulster sporting scene for St Patrick's Maghera.

In the Mageean Cup Quarter-Final, they were hit for five goals in a 5-4 to 1-9 defeat at the hands of St Louis Ballymena in Ahoghill.

St Louis: P Doherty, L Mulholland, D McMullan, R McCartney, F Henry, R McCloskey (1-2, 1 pen, 1f), R McKillop, C Dickson, E McFerran, R McQuillan, P Dougan, C Scullion, R McCollum (0-1), S O’Boyle (3-2), C McDonnell (1-1).
St Patrick’s: C Henry, D McGilligan, T O’Neill, C O’Kane, J McGurk, PJ McAleese (0-1), S McKenna, J Friel, J Duggan 0-1, Shea Cassidy (0-5, 3f), R McGill (1-1), R McPeake (0-1),
S Madden.

In the Corn na nÓg they were facile winners (7-17 to 0-5) over St Patrick's Armagh at Cookstown's Mid Ulster Sports Arena.

The same side were winners of the D'Alton Cup last season and now march on a semi-final against St Colman's Newry.

Maghera scorers (v Armagh): Ciaran Chambers (1-7), Conor Downey (1-3), Shea Birt (1-2), Danny McDermott (1-1), Conor Coyle, Tiernan McCormack, Julian Moore (1-0 each), Fionn McEldowney (0-2), Fionbarr McShane and Antain Donnelly (0-1 each).

Corn na nÓg semi-final draw: St Patrick's Maghera v St Colman's Newry, Omagh CBS v St Macartan's Monaghan


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