Tyrone Crown Winners at all Grades

Murphys Gaelic Gloves Tyrone Ladies Finals


Senior Final

St Macartans 2-15  Fr Rocks 0-6

A powerhouse second quarter at blustery Greenastle was enough for St Macartans to claim a fourth senior title in a row and equal Carrickmores twelfth title overall as they breezed past Fr Rocks who were appearing in their first senior decider.

Cookstown started well and led 0-3 to no score within five minutes, Aoibhinn Devlin and Annie Nugent with points but the expected response was quick in coming as Chloe Mc Caffrey hit three points to draw the sides level with Cathy Maguire and the impressive Slaine Mc Carroll hitting points that nudged them ahead.

Cookstown guilty of giving the ball away cheaply through the opening half, they got so far but there was no end product as they came up against a very good Macs defence. Caoimhe Meeke made a great save in the Cookstown goal to deny Maguire,the young keeper doing well

Further points from Colleen Mc Quaid, Mc Carroll, Donaghy and Mc Caffrey had Macartan’s in control before a bad clearance was seized on by an alert  Macartans attack and Donaghy crashed home the opening goal, Maguire, Mc Carroll and Mc Caffrey adding further late points as the Macartans ran through the gears.

St Macartan’s led by twelve points at the break, a tough opening period for a battling Cookstown who clearly missed the quality of Aoife Devlin. It would take a mammoth comeback from the first time finalists and when Aoibhinn Devlin fired over an early second half point there was hope. That soon evaporated as the Macs produced a second goal.

Maguire carved open the Fr Rocks defence and Mc Quaid was on hand to fire home the goal from close range. They only added three more points those all came in a ten minute spell with a Mc Caffrey brace that saw here finish with seven points and top scorer in the championship overall. Paula Donnelly tagged on their final point

Fr Rocks battled away but scores were hard to come by, Devlin and Annie Nugent added two late Cookstown points but by then the St Macs were over the line. A confident display from the Macartans with Slaine Mc Carroll, Niamh Mc Girr and Grainne Mc Kenna very comfortable at the back alongside veteran Lynda Ford while they dominated the attack with six players on the scoresheet over a dominant hour.

St Macartan’s Scorers: Chloe Mc Caffrey 0-7 (4f) Colleen Mc Quaid 1-1, Joline Donaghy 1-1, Slaine Mc Carroll 0-3, Cathy Maguire 0-2, Paula Donnelly 0-1

Fr Rocks Scorers: Aoibhinn Devlin 0-4 (3f) Annie Nugent 0-2





Killeeshil 5-13

Trillick 0-5

Grainne Rafferty hit an impressive 4-5 as Killeeshil claimed the intermediate title with plenty to spare at Drumragh on Saturday evening. Trillick never really got going and after Rafferty slotted home a tenth minute penalty there was only going to be one winner. The Reds worked hard but could do little to halt a very influential Killeeshil attack. Rafferty, Chloe Collins, Bronagh Mc Kenna and Louise Kelly were too hot to handle, indeed but for some excellent saves by Maura Barrett the deficit could have be more.

Conditions were difficult for both sides  as heavy rain fell although Collins and Fiona Owens had exchanged early points before Rafferty struck that penalty to the Trillick net. Trillick continued to work the  ball into scoreable positions as the half progressed, Emma Brennan Dearbhlie Gallagher and Cathleen Kelly carved out chances but without and end product.

Killeeshil went  further ahead, Rafferty adding a couple of points before Owens and Aoife Kelly points had Trillick just three behind. Killeeshil quickly responded with a long ball collected by Collins quickly sent to Shannon Stevenson who crashed home a second goal.

As Collins saw a goalbound effort well saved by Barrett points from Orla Mulgrew, Donnelly and Mc Kenna stretched the St Mary’s lead to eight points by the half time break.

Just after the restart Killeeshil added 2-1 without reply. Clare Hegarty fired over from distance and  p Rafferty bagged  a goal after some excellent work by Kelly, Collins and Mc Kenna . Rafferty scored a second penalty after being brought to the ground, Nuala Kelly picking up a yellow card for the challenge.

St Mary’s continued to dominate Collins, Shauna Stevenson, Catherine Mc Cusker and Rafferty all created chances before 1-1 from Rafferty, the goal coming from a speculative long range drive. As Brennan hit Trillicks last point with ten minutes to go Killeeshill finished strong.

Defender Orla Mulgrew hit her second point , Kelly tested Barrett and they hit a handful of wides before wrapping up the scoring with a pair of Rafferty frees and a late Kelly point. A powerhouse display from the Hoops with a sound defensive and lethal attackingperformance.

Killeeshil St Mary’s Scorers: Grainne Rafferty 4-5, Shannon Stevenson 1-0, Orla Mulgrew 0-2, Chloe Collins, Clare Hegarty, Alanah Donnelly, Bronagh Mc Kenna and Louise Kelly 0-1 each

Trillick St Macartans Scorers: Fiona Owens 0-2, Dearbhlie Gallagher, Emma Brennan and Aoife Kelly 0-1 each



Junior Final

Edendork  1-13

Coalisland 1-6


Despite a spirited second half fightback that saw Coalisland  close to within three points of Edendork after trailing by seven at the break, they could not beat a spirited Edendork side that have developed successful youth squads into junior championship winners.

There was quality in all sectors of the park from Edendork, up front Meave Maxwell tagged on 0-7 , one of six scorers at Stewartstown while at the back Rona Mallon and Nicola Rafferty dominated proceedings never allowing the free flowing Fianna attack to get into gear, Rafferty was also instrumental in driving her side into attack.

The St Malachy’s led 0-8 to 0-1 at the break but within ten minutes of the restart the Fianna had come to within three points. They failed to build on a well taken Chloe Corr goal and points from Caiomhe Quinn and Laura Mc Nally hitting several wides , Edendork getting back on top with Maxwell edging her side four ahead again.

There were goal chances at both ends, Abigail Rafferty slid an effort wide for the hoops while Caoimhe Rafferty went so close for the Fianna. Rafferty made amends in the latter stages when was on hand to palm Maxwells high ball past Fianna keeper Laura Kelly to leave six between the sides.

Maxwell kept the scoreboard ticking over as her side ran out seven point winners.

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