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LCC Championship Draws Made

Thursday 07.06.2018
Team Talk Mag
Championship Football


 

The draws for the LCC Club championship were made at Garvaghey on Thursday night. It was a fine event with all club captains there in their colours. As always there were some eye catching draws in all three grades.

Omagh lay the O’Neill Cup on the line with a first round clash with Aghyaran and there is the possibility of a local derby in the quarter final against Killyclogher although no doubt the St.Davogs and Derrylaughan will have something to say about that.

League champions and last season’s beaten finalists Errigal Ciaran have been drawn against old rivals Carrickmore in a tie that will bring back memories when those two clubs were the dominant forces for over a decade. It will be a close one to call and whoever comes through that game will face either Dromore or Coalisland in another top tie.

Clonoe and Ardboe go head to head in another interesting clash with the winner of that game facing either Donaghmore or 2015 championship Trillick in the quarter final. All Ireland Intermediate champions Moy take on Edendork in the first hurdle with the winner of that game down to face whoever comes through from the local derby between Galbally and Pomeroy.

 

There are a number of eye catching ties in the race for the Paddy Cullen Cup as well. Current league leaders Eglish take on Kildress with the winner of that game due to face either inform Gortin or two time All Ireland winners Cookstown.

Last season’s Junior champions Tattyreagh have been drawn to face an Urney side who have got to three finals at this grade in recent years with the winner of that game facing either Greencastle or 2014 champions Dungannon.  The meeting of Strabane and Stewartstown is sure to be keenly contested with either Moortown or Derrytresk awaiting in the last eight.

Newly promoted Owen Roes begin their quest for Intermediate honours when they take on Aghaloo with Loughmacrory or Augher meeting them with a place in the last four up for grabs.

There was a gasp when the first draw of the night was made with neighbours Dregish and Castlederg set for a collision in the preliminary round. Whoever comes through that will face former winners Killyman in the first round proper  with either Newtownstewart or 1986 winners Brocagh awaiting in the last eight.

Last season’s beaten finalists Clogher face Drumquin first day out and the victors there will face Clann Na Gael or three time Ulster champions at this level Rock. Fintona will face Killeeshil in the first round with the winner going through to face Drumragh or Errigal Ciaran Thirds.

Brackaville and Eskra clash in one of the ties of the round with Glenelly or inform Beragh down to face the winners in the last eight.

 

Junior Championship Preliminary Round

Dregish v Castlederg

Junior Championship First Round

A Clogher v Drumquin
B Newtownstewart v Brocagh
C Prelim Winners v Killyman
D Fintona v Killeshill
E Brackaville v Eskra
F Clann na nGael v Rock
G Glenelly v Beragh
H Drumragh v Errigal Ciaran II

Junior Championship Quarter Finals

H v D
B v C
F v A
E v G

 

Intermediate Championship First Round

A Tattyreagh v Urney
B Greencastle v Dungannon
C Strabane v Stewartstown
D Owen Roes v Aghaloo
E Gortin v Cookstown
F Loughmacrory v Augher
G Moortown v Derrytresk
H Kildress v Eglish

Intermediate Championship Quarter Finals

C v G
H v E
D v F
A v B

Senior Championship First Round

 

A Aghyaran v Omagh
B Donaghmore v Trillick
C Derrylaughan v Killyclogher
D Dromore v Coalisland
E Moy v Edendork
F Clonoe v Ardboe
G Errigal Ciaran v Carrickmore
H Galbally v Pomeroy

Senior Championship Quarter Finals

H v E
F v B
G v D
C v A
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