Tyrone GAA trio of champions into Ulster Club semi finals with impressive wins
A very productive end of October sunny Sunday afternoon in the Ulster Club football championships for the Tyrone champions.
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Multipli e sottomultipli del Sistema Internazionale e prefissi dei multipli opzioni binarie con excel Mark Bradley fired home another stunning early goal and a second from Simon O’Neill saw them lead 2-2 to 0-5 at half-time. Killyclogher were 2-10 to 0-8 ahead with two minutes to go before a late Cargin goal made it 2-10 to 1-8 in the end. Killyclogher captain, Martin Swift, was also sent off in the final exchanges of the tie.
They will now meet 2014 Ulster senior club champions, Slaughtniel (Derry), in the Ulster Senior club championship semi final in two weeks time. The latter were 0-12 to 0-7 winners against Derrygonnelly (Fermanagh) in their quarter final clash on Sunday. The other semi final will see newly crowned Armagh champions, Maghery, take on Down champions, Kilcoo. Maghery were 1-13 to 1-10 winners against Ramor United (Cavan) in their quarter final meeting while Kilcoo had a tough encounter before overcoming Glenswilly (Donegal) by 1-12 to 1-6.
source Killyclogher Scorers: Mark Bradley (1-3), James Carlin (1-1), Simon O’Neill (0-4), Conall McCann (0-1), Nathan Donnelly (0-1)
Tyrone Intermediate champions, follow site Pomeroy Plunkett’s have had some major celebrations over the past couple of weeks with county championship glory and a celebration Centenary Banquet taking pride of place.
However, it was back to the on-field action for Pomeroy on Sunday at Healy Park and they emerged convincing winners over Cavan champions, Arvagh, by 1-16 to 0-7. Pomeroy will now take on St. Malachy’s, Castledawson, of Derry in the watch Ulster Intermediate Club Championship semi final in a fortnight’s time. Monaghan champions, Donaghmoyne, will face St. Mary’s, Aghagallon (Antrim), in the second semi final.
http://energocredit.am/sdsd/1512 Pomeroy Scorers: Frank Burns (1-3), Ryan Loughran (0–5), Justin McCaffrey (0-2), Ollie McCreesh (0-2), Kieran McGeary (0-1), Chris Colhoun (0-1), John Loughran (0-1), Hugh Pat McGeary (0-1)
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