Derrylaughan bridge long gap

DERRYLAUGHAN qualified for their first Tyrone SFC semi-final in 24 years with a 1-13 to 1-10 win over Moortown at Coalisland. The senior newcomers hit a purple patch in a 15 minute spell either side of half-time, hitting 1-7 without reply.

Colm Robinson and Liam Gervin combined to hit a total of 1-7 as the Barrys roared into the last eight. Moortown pulled a goal back through Peter Devlin, whose 20th minute point closed the gap to two points.

But Derrylaughan finished with a couple of excellent scores from Liam Gervin and Martin McStravog, while Moortown were reduced to 14 men when centre-back Damien Crozier was sent off.

The remaining three quarter-finals ended in draws, with Carrickmore’s 0-6 each stalemate with Clonoe the latest tie to require a replay. Tyrone star Conor Gormley thumped over a stoppage time leveller to earn Carmen a draw.

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