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Tyrone Clubs Enter Final Stages

A repeat of last years senior county final is on the agenda for the end of the month and for followers of ladies football in the county that clash just can’t come quick enough.  Defending champions St Macartans will go into the decider against An Charraig Mhor as slight favourites after they beat one of the division one title chasers Aodh Ruadh by four points.

Carrickmore had a comfortable trip through the semi-final seeing off St Dympnas with ease and without doubt a revenge mission will be on the cards after they slipped up last year at Beragh.  Dungannon had their chances in the game against the Gemma Begley inspired “Carmen” girls, their forwards just never clicked and missed chances and wasted opportunities cost them.

The senior clash is mouth watering and one things for sure the Intermediate decider will also be one to watch. Beaten all Ireland junior finalists Omagh eclipsed a very fancied Trillick  1-12 to 0-6 at Ballinamullan to reach their third county final on the bounce, they lie in wait for either Cappagh or Aghyaran. The Killyclogher side beat the St Endas in the junior decider of 2009 while Omagh beat St Davogs in last years junior clash. Back to back titles is something Vinny McCullagh will not be talking about, its one game at a time for them but with veteran Michaela O’Neill hitting 1-6 of the 1-12 tally against the Reds and this young Omagh side evolving into an even tighter unit they will be hotly tipped.

Cappagh and Aghyaran meet on Friday at Greencastle and on current league form the Ballinamullan side will start favourites, a potent forward line led by Poyntz and McCusker has struck terror into defences this term yet Aghyaran are not just going to make up the numbers, a recent minor title will give them renewed hope they can serve up a potential upset.

Sperrin Og and Donaghmore will go head to head in the junior final after varying degrees of difficulty served up in the last four. Badoney were a pale shadow of their former selves as the Greencastle side swept them aside in a very one sided affair, 7-10 to 1-1 tells its own tale, a tale of woe for Badoney and a result that will have done little to benefit Sperrin Og.  Loughmacory were overturned meanwhile in the other semi-final as fellow division three pacesetters Donaghmore edged home on the score line of  2-5 to 0-7, a tight encounter that was always in the balance, it makes for an interesting final.

Mna na Deirge were too strong for Rock and this youthful Derg side will be happy to be in the final where they will face Edendork or Pomeroy.


Tyrone Ladies Championship Results


Senior Championship Semi Finals

An Charraig Mhor            3.16       Niomh Damhnait             0.02

An Naomh Mhic Artáin             2.06     Aodh Ruadh                         2.02


Junior Championship Semi Finals

Loch Mhic Ruairi               0.07      Domhnach Mór                  2.05

Both Domhnaigh              1.01            Sperrin Óg               7.10    


Intermediate Championship Semi Final

Mná Naomh Éana            1.12      Trí Leac                           0.06


Junior B Championship Semi Final

Mna na Deirge                  5.12      Rock Naomh Padraig            0.08

Tyrone Ladies Championship Fixtures


Fri 3rd June In Greencastle

Junior B Championship Semi Final – 6.30pm

Éadon na dTorc                 v           Cabhán a Chaortháinn

Intermediate Championship Semi Final – 7.45pm

Ceapach                               v          Achadh Uí Aráin

Other Tyrone Ladies Fixtures


Thur 2nd June @ 7pm

Grade 2 U14 League Refixture

Sperrin Og                 v            Rock

Fri 3rd June Time TBC

U14 League Round 8

Newtownstewart    v            Aghyaran


Sat 4th June @ 11am

U14 League Round 8

Moy                            v            Pomeroy

Coalisland                 v            Sigersons

Edendork                   v            Kildress

Mna na Deirge                        v            Fintona

Beragh                                               Bye

Aghaloo                    v            Urney

Drumragh                  v            Eoghain  Rua

Badoney                    v            Trillick

Clonoe                                               Bye


Sat 4th June In Loughmacrory

Grade 2 Minor Championship Final – 3pm

Ardboe                      v            Glenelly

Sat 4th June @ 7pm

Senior League

Errigal Ciaran                        v            Cill Iseal


Mon 6th June @ 7pm

Grade 2 U14 League Final Venue TBC

St Endas                     v            An Charraig Mhor/Sperrin Og


Mon 6th June @ 7pm

U14 league

Beragh                                   v            Edendork

Pomeroy                    v            Fintona

Moy                            v            Coalisland

Sigersons                    v            Mna na Deirge

Kildress                                               bye

Trillick                          v            Urney

Mon 6th June @ 7pm

U14 Championship Quarter Final

Extra Time If Required

An Charraig Mhor  v            Fr Rocks



Mon 6th June @ 7pm

U14 Championship Semi Finals

Extra Time If Required

Grade 1

St Macartans                        v            St Dympnas

Grade 4

Aghyaran                  v            Badoney

Newtownstewart    v            Eoghain Rua

Tyrones senior footballers continue the build up to the Ulster senior football championship with the management team still nursing several injured players ahead of their clash with Donegal at Enniskillen.

Already rated as very doubtful for the tussle will be Ailish Gormley, a recurrent knee problem is a cause for concern for the player and management alike while Lynda Donnelly is also receiving treatment. Several players sat out the weekends challenge game against Cavan while there were no other further problems. Tyrone were too strong for the Breffni side and manager Martina Dillon was impressed by the workrate shown and the overall performance.

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