Thursday, 18 April 2019 at 02:12 AM Galvin Early
Owen Roes' minor footballers ended the unbeaten start to the season of Tattyreagh as they ran out 2-11 to 0-13 winners in this league clash.
The visitors sprung from the blocks sharp and pinged over 0-3 in the opening salvos of the game before good work from Conall McCormick and Timothy<a href="http://www.apparatus.pl/font/alessi.php">Alessi Watches</a>
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Michael Dooher, Devine 0-2 and Ruairi Boylan sent Owen Roes ahead, with a sole Murray reply for Tattyreagh.
Late in the half Owen Roes got their opening goal with Eoghain Devine knocking the ball over the line from a scramble. The Tatts clocked off a late point to leave things 1-8 to 0-6 at the break.
As in the first half Tattyreagh scored the halfs opening three scores once more, with Murray twice on target. Devine restored a 3 point Owen Roes lead with a placed kick. However the Tatts charge took a blow with Johnny Harkin collecting a second yellow card with 18 minutes to go.
Ryan McAleer scored his first score of the game, but the visitors were dead and two more scores kept them in range.
Nonetheless this was to be Owen Roes night. O'Doherty's interception sent McAleer away and he drove to the net. Cathal Kelly and Murray exchanged scores late on but Owen Roes took the spoils.