Sunday, 17 February 2019 at 07:07 PM Galvin Early
Owen Roes' U14s are the 2014 Tyrone Grade 4 league Champions following an excellent second half display against Brockagh in Drumragh on Saturday past. Gerard Kelly's charges were four points down as the teams went into the break but came out in the second half to restrict Brockagh to just three points in a superbly organised performance. Niall McAleer had the shooting boots on and he conjured the first of his eight points with 5 minutes gone with a well taken score. The Emmets hit back...
Monday, 18 February 2019 at 09:26 AM Galvin Early
After a heavy first day defeat, the Owen Roes U14s bounced back in style on day two with a good win over Cappagh. Jamie Conway in goal had a good day with the home side pulling off a number of top saves. Pearce Devine and Jack Kelly also showed well for the Leckpatrick outfit. Aaron McGonigle bagged two goals for Owen Roes with Kelly and Michael Doherty also finding the rigging.
Sunday, 17 February 2019 at 08:49 PM Galvin Early
A very young Owen Roes side were no match for an impressive Glenelly side in today's opening U14 fixture. Niall McAleer (1-1), and a couple of Aaron McGonigle points were all that the visitors could muster on the day. There was good showings from Pearse Devine, McAleer and McGonigle, and the Leckpatrick lads will know that with age on their side better days await.
Sunday, 17 February 2019 at 01:17 PM Galvin Early
Owen Roes made their 2012 grade one debut tonight as they entertained Cappagh in this clash played during damp, wintry conditions. The home side were far from fancied against their experienced opponents, but after the hour they can find themselves somewhat unlucky to be at the wrong end of a flattering eight points defeat. The Leckpatrick side got the game off to the best possible start with Ryan Devine bagging a 3rd minute major. Both sides traded a pair of scores, Devine twice in range...
Saturday, 16 February 2019 at 09:30 PM Galvin Early
Owen Roes have won the Tyrone grade 2 U14 Champions to add the 2010 league title from 12 months ago. On a miserable night in Dromore both the North Tyrone club and Naomh Mhuire served up a pulsating clash that was a lot closer than the six point margin suggested. It was Naomh Mhuire who settled quickest and a pair of early dead balls from Stefan Corr got them up and running. Ryan McAleer clipped over from play for Owen Roes but Con Kilpatrick restored Naomh Mhuire's early...
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