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Omagh CBS Lift Mc Cormick Cup.
Well there are just ten minutes gone in the final and the sides are level 0-03 a piece after Cormac O’Neill, Ryan Mayse and Daire Kavanagh pointed for the Omagh lads. With Enniskillen leading 0-03 to 0-02 it was a fine point from O’Neill that drew the sides level.
It seems Omagh have settled the better of the two sides and a point from Brendan Donaghy in the 21st minute put them 0-08 to 0-04 ahead with their other scores coming from Cormac O’Neill, Ryan Mayse and Tommy Mc Carron.
Enniskillen did manage to close the gap to two points 0-09 to 0-07 but two late first half points from half back Colm O’Neill and a free from Cormac O’Neill restored the four point lead for Omagh at the break with the half time score reading 0-11 to 0-07.
With eleven minutes gone in the second half the score is 0-12 to Omagh 0-08 to Enniskillen. Omagh’s point coming from the boot of goalkeeper Ryan Mc Shane from a forty five. The gap remains four points in favour of Omagh CBS.
With six minutes plus injury time left at Brewster Park it is the Tyrone College who are still ahead. A free from county minor Ryan Mayse and a point from Christopher Mc Clean have helped take Omagh CBS five points ahead as they lead 0-14 to 0-09.
Time is almost up and it looks like Omagh CBS will be taking The Mc Cormick Cup home with them as Ruairi Bradley hits the net to leave his side 1-15 to 0-09 ahead with time almost up. And that is how it finished so Omagh CBS will go into the draw for the quarter finals in confident mood following this morale boosting win.