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Sunday 23.09.2012
Team Talk Mag
Club


It was one of the busiest weekends of the year for all involved inTyrone camogie even though the season is nearly at an end. On Saturday all clubs were invited to a Go Games Blitz held in Killyclogher. The Blitz was for u10’s, u8’s and u6’s for all camogie and hurling clubs. There were nine of the Tyrone camogie clubs participating and all the age groups had lots of games which were spread out over four fields. It was an excellent and exciting day for all the young camogs and there was a massive amount of supporters out in force to see the youngest from our county show off their skills. Everyone at Tyrone camogie would like to thank the Tyrone County Board and committee for extending the invitation to Tyrone camogie to play in the event. The Killyclogher pitches were in perfect condition and everyone was made feel very welcome.You could see a lot of time and effort had gone into the day and a particular thanks to Mickey Glover and Cathal McErlean for all their help on the day.Omagh camogie are newly formed club and we hope to be seeing more of them in the coming years.

The Tyrone minor final was held on Saturday evening in Derrytresk between Dungannon and Derrylaughan. It was a hard fought contest and in the end it was Dungannon who eventually lifted the title. Derrylaughan played really well and they certainly had a stronger second half but Dungannon are the reigning champions and have now made it three in a row. A big thank you to all in Derrytresk and especially Aidan Fitzgerald who had the pitch in tip top condition, a fact remarked on by all the players and supporters. It was proud joint captains Cora McNulty and Maebh McHugh who lifted the championship cup. Cora had a double celebration as she was awarded the player of the final with a prize of a Tyrone camogie kit bag.The last championship final of the year will be between Eglish and Eire Og in the coming weeks.

Derrytresk travelled to Crosserlough in Cavan on Sunday to play in the quater final of the Intermediate Ulster championship. The first half of the game was a very close contest but in the second half Cosserlough had most of the decisions go their way and they came out of the game with a win. It wasn’t to be for Éire Óg either as they lost by a couple of points to Armoy who are the Antrim champions.Éire Óg led at half time but Armoy had a lucky goal that seemed to spur them on to the victory in the Junior section.

The final county Board meeting was held on Tuesday and all clubs are reminded that the AGM will be on Tuesday 23rd October at 7:00pm in Quinn’s Corner. The nomination papers will be circulated shortly and all clubs are reminded of the importance of the process of election of officers for the coming year. It is hoped that new faces can be elected and lead Tyrone camogie to greater heights in the coming year

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