ACHL Division 4
All Saints 2-27 Eoghan Ruadh 0-3
After losing their opening two games, All Saints Ballymena have got their act together and their facile win over a weakened Eoghan Ruadh of Dungannon at Quinn Park on Sunday was their third on the trot and things appear to be progressing in the right direction for the Ballymena side.
All Saints led by 1-13 to 0-1 at half time by which stage it was well and truly over but the home side refused to take their foot off the pedal on the restart and continued to amass an impressive total throughout the second half.
Ciaran Neeson was the man on fire as All Saints ran riot against the Tyrone side’s second string and the visitors were unable to deal with his skill and pace as he fired over points from every angle. Cormac Magill was another in fine scoring form as he sent over 0-07 of his side’s total with youngsters Cory Little and Daire Hasson weighing in with 1-1 apiece.
Jack Magill and Gary Miskella also made useful contributions in a good all round All Saints performance as they look forward with some confidence to a visit to Loch Mor Dal gCais at Falls Park on Sunday week
All Saints: Ciaran Cassley PJ O’Kane Chris McAfee Dwayne McKee Colum Neeson Luke O’Rawe Terence Diamond Vincent Esler Padhraig Magill Cormac Magill Gary Miskella Jack Magill Kevin Brady Ciaran Neeson Daire Hasson