It turned out to be a very successful weekend for the two Ladies clubs involved in the Ulster Club series. Sperring Og, playing at home, overcame the challenge of Cavan Champions Drumlane on Saturday winning3-04 to 1-04. They are now through to the final of the Junior Championship where they will face Monaghan champions Inniskeen. They enjoyed a very comfortable 3-10 to 1-03 win over Donegal side Cloughaneely and are sure to be difficult opposition in the provincial decider.
On Sunday it was the turn of Omagh St Endas Ladies to fly the flag for Tyrone. The Omagh Ladies had made it all the way to the All Ireland Junior final last year before losing out to Galway champions Cultra. However with the step up to the Intermediate grade some felt this might prove a bridge too far. Dromintee, with home advantage, were fancied to win but the Tyrone girls produced a high quality and resolute performance to qualify for the final on the back of a 2-08 to 0-04 win. They can now look forward to a tussle with Fermanagh side Lisnaskea in the Ulster final. At this stage only the dates have been decided with Sperrin Og out on Saturday the 29th of October and St Endas playing the following day. No venues have been agreed as of yet but we will keep readers informed once they are listed.