Dungannon Clarkes exited the Ulster championship series on Sunday in Newry to a very strong St Peters, Warrenpoint.
Warrenpoint made their intentions clear from the start playing a very attacking game and giving the Clarkes defence little time to settle into the match. Dungannon however went into the lead after 5 minutes when Patrick Quinn palmed a high ball into the net but they failed to capitalise on the goal as Warrenpoint ruled supreme around midfield for most of the game. Ross McGarry continued to create further problems for Dungannon as he scored 6 first half points and the Clarkes were lucky enough to be going in level at 1-05 to 0-08.
The inevitable happened in the second half as Warrenpoint tussled Dungannon’s main danger men out of the game as they continued to dominate around midfield. The Clarkes did win a late penalty scored by Kiefer Morgan but it was too little, too late as St Peters progressed to the Ulster semi finals.
Full time score; St Peters 0-17 Dungannon Clarkes 2-09.