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Holy Trinity Into Markey Cup Final
The eagerly awaited Markey Cup semi final between St.Ciaran’s Ballygawley and Holy Trinity at Clonmore on Tuesday afternoon proved to be a damp squib as the Cookstown lads qualified for the decider with plenty to spare. Holy Trinity were sharper to the ball throughout and they had one foot in the final by halftime as they led 0-12 to 0-3 with Kieran McGeary, Declan McClure, Matthew Heagney and Danny McNulty among their points, Cillian Barkey and Sean Hackett on target for St.Ciaran’s. The winners continued to dominate in all sectors of the field in the second half as well with Brendan Burns, Heagney and Shea Coney all adding points in response to efforts from Niall Ward and Hackett as they ran out emphatic 0-18 to 0-5 winners. They now play Rosses Community School Donegal in the final next Monday at Celtic Park in Derry with a 1.30 throw in and Bellaghy’s Barry Cassidy the man in the middle.