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Sunday 09.07.2017
Team Talk Mag
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LADIES FOOTBALL

Tyrone ladies have been dealt a bad blow ahead of next months all Ireland quarter final outing against either Leitrim or Longford as forward Siobhan Sheerin suffered a nasty injury in a club league game.

The Glenelly forward picked up a broken metatarsal in her foot as her team lost to Killeeshil in division one. The incident was non contact related. Sheerin suffered a similar injury several seasons ago and she now faces a race against time to be fit for the All Ireland quarter final. It’s believed the talented forward will be in a cast for at least five weeks making her return to action this season dependant on a Tyrone quarter final win.

Meanwhile the County Minor management are hoping their players all came through a busy couple of days of club league football unscathed as they prepare to face Cork next Saturday in the all Ireland semi-final at Mullingar.

In division one Errigal Ciaran and St Macartans share top spot after the latest round of fixtures. The Macs eased to a big win over Carrickmore while Errigal didn’t kick a ball as remarkably Sperrin Og failed to field. Clann Na nGael also didn’t field against Aodh Ruadh who sit third in the table as Killeeshil moved fourth with their win over Glenelly and the St Mary’s now find themselves level on points with Carrickmore. Strabane and Sperrin Og look doomed to the drop.

In division two, league leaders Fr Rocks hung on for a draw against St Enda’s who battled back from five down to level matters at Cookstown on Friday night. In the closing stages a battling albeit weakened Omagh fluffed their lines as they hit four wides with the hosts hanging on after the St Enda’s had earlier missed a penalty. Loughmacrory handed points to Drumragh as they failed to field with the Sarsfield’s now sitting in third.

Galbally and Coalisland prop up the table.

In the third division Castlederg remain unbeaten and top the table on 18 points after a big win at Moy. Edendork who beat Fintona are second with Clonoe third despite a draw with Beragh. Trillick are also in the play-off mix with games in hand over the top three, Badoney also pushing their way up the table with a narrow win over Rock.

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