5 for Tyrone GAA in 2016 Gaelic Life Ulster Club Football Allstars & 11 for Tyrone overall
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quel cms pour un site de rencontre go here Ahead of the Gaelic Life Ulster Club All Star Awards Banquet on 13th January 2017, Gaelic Life have just announced their Ulster Club All-Star Football Team for 2016, following on from the teams already announced for Hurling, Camogie and Ladies Football.
Tyrone GAA Club Champions had a very fruitful excursion at provincial level over the past month with Rock claiming the Ulster Junior Club Championship honours, Pomeroy claiming the Ulster Intermediate Club crown and Killyclogher falling to eventual champions, Slaughtneil in the semi final stages of the Ulster Senior Club championship series.
Little surprise ultimately to see the hugely impressive provincial club kingpins, Slaughtneil, dominate the selection and they have six award winners in the team and for Tyrone clubs it is a case of taking a third of the awards on offer.
In light of a most impressive second Ulster Intermediate Club Championship triumph, Pomeroy have collected three awards with Ciaran McKenna and Hugh Pat McGeary in defence and Frank Burns in the half-forward line. All three had brilliant campaigns for the Plunketts while Aidan McGarrity takes the full forward berth after a splendid campaign for Rock in which the St. Patrick’s Club, also in their centenary year, claimed a third Ulster Junior Club Championship success.
The form of Mark Bradley for Killyclogher ultimately saw him pick up the Teamtalkmag Tyrone GAA Footballer of the Year and few would deny that the sensational St. Mary’s sharpshooter lit up the Tyrone club football season since September. The brilliant Killyclogher player is selected at the top of the left in the Gaelic Life Provincial Club All Star Football team.
The Mens Football Team is the last of the Gaelic Life Ulster Club All-Star teams to be named with Hurling, Camogie and Ladies Football having already been named.
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- Antoin McMullan (Slaughtneil)
- Brendan Rogers (Slaughtneil)
- Karl McKaigue (Slaughtneil)
- Ciaran McKenna (Pomeroy)
- Hugh Pat McGeary (Pomeroy)
- Daryll Branagan (Kilcoo)
- Chrissy McKaigue (Slaughtneil)
- James Lavery (Maghery)
- Padraig Cassidy (Slaughtneil)
- Ryan Johnston (Kilcoo)
- Shane McGuigan (Slaughtneil)
- Frank Burns (Pomeroy)
- Mark Bradley (Killyclogher)
- Aidan McGarrity (Rock)
- Conor Laverty (Kilcoo)
http://salpasafarit.fi/?kalimo=ikili-opsiyon-kullanan-varm%C4%B1&424=49 3 Tyrone Ladies Players named in Ladies Ulster Club Football All-Star team 2016
We already featured that 3 St. Macartan’s Club players were named in the Ladies Football Ulster Club All-Star Team for 2016. Niamh McKenna in goals, Niamh McGirr at full-back and Chloe McCaffrey in the full forward line were the three Tyrone ladies players to make the provincial club team.
Of course St. Macartan’s lost out in the provincial decider to impressive Ulster Club champions, Donaghmoyne of Monaghan, who have since gone on to win through and complete an All Ireland Senior Club Championship triumph last weekend.
http://ligaspanyol.net/?mikroskop=sites-rencontres-top&b6b=30 3 Eglish Players named in Ulster Club Camogie All-Star team 2016
Eglish Camogs had another solid campaign again and celebrated Ulster Club Intermediate championship success. With that in mind the Tyrone champions have picked up 3 Ulster Club All-Star Awards with Ciara McGready selected at left-half back and Ciara Donnelly at left corner forward.
Shauna Jordan completes the Eglish trio of All-Star recipients as she is selected at midfield in the provincial club side.
click here What a year for the Slaughtneil Club…
We couldn’t finish up this piece without highlighting again what a remarkable GAA Club Slaughtneil of Derry are! Having created unprecedented history with their Ulster Senior Club Hurling and Football Championship double, it should be remembered as well that they are also the Ulster Club Senior Camogie Championship winners too in 2016.
With that in mind, the Derry champions club will attend the Gaelic Life Ulster All-Star Awards Banquet on Friday 13th January 2017 (nothing unlucky about that night for Slaughtneil anyway) in the Hillgrove Hotel, Monaghan.
7 Ulster Club Camogie All-Stars, 6 Ulster Club Football All-Stars and 7 Ulster Club Hurling All-Stars – thats a phenomenal TWENTY Ulster Club All-Star Awards for Slaughtneil Club in 2016 – not hard to work out who is the Ulster Club of the Year in 2016 then!