Holy Trinity Cookstown lifted the Tyrone U14 Vocational Schools title when they won a thrilling contest with St.Ciaran’s Ballygawley at Clonmore on Tuesday morning. St.Ciarans led 4-1 to 1-7 at halftime with Peter Quinn , Jody McGlone and Michael Woods getting their goals, David Mulgrew with the Holy Trinity major. Mulgrew got his second goal early in the second half but within two minutes Jack Campbell and Niall McElroy had both scored goals for St.Ciaran’s to put them seven in front. There was still plenty of drama, and goals to come though with Caolan Mallaghan twice finding the net for Holy Trinity before Mulgrew completed his hat trick. With time running out McGlone converted a St.Ciaran’s penalty but Holy Trinity held out to win an absorbing contest 5-10 to 7-3.