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Patrick Fahy and Co Solicitors Tyrone Ladies Football Championship Quarter Finals 2017

Wednesday 26.07.2017
Team Talk Mag
Club


 

Thurs 27th July @ 6.45pm – In Killyclogher
Junior
Fionntamhnach V Achadh Lú

Fintona should perhaps be just too strong for the O’Neill’s girls in this championship opener at Ballinamullan. For Aghaloo playing in adult competition is all about developing the squad for the future yet the Pearses can take nothing for granted as they seek a place in the last four.

Senior      8-15pm
Gleann Eallaigh V An Naomh Mhic Artáin

The second game of the night on the excellent surface at Killyclogher will see the defending senior champions St Macartan’s put their title on the line against Glenelly . It is very much a case of contrasting seasons for both clubs. St Joseph’s are sitting safe in mid table with three wins from eight well aware though that the Mac’s are second in the table having won seven of their eight games and go into this game with a big league win recorded over Glenelly.

The champions have once again looked sharp this season and certainly in some people’s eyes are fancied to retain the Jarlath Kerr Cup. Both teams have a couple of injury worries the most high profile of those is Glenelly’s ace forward Siobhan Sheerin who is in a race against time to be back for Tyrone’s all Ireland quarter final.

Thurs 27th July -@ 8pm – In St Patrick’s Park Omagh
Intermediate
Domhnach Mór V Aghyaran

A stand alone fixture at the famous old Omagh ground but it could well be one of the ties of the round. In terms of quality, both teams can boast an array of county players at senior and minor level and both will feel they have a real chance of getting their hands on championship and indeed league silverware.

The St Davog’s bolstered by the likes of Sasha Byrne and Aoibhean Mc Hugh currently sit second in division two, hopping up there on the back of an impressive win over Cappagh last week. Donaghmore were pushed to the pin of their collars by Omagh last time out as the width of a post at the death denied the St Enda’s the league win.

The St Patrick’s have of course played a preliminary round this year. Rebecca McCrory was in fine scoring form as they eased past Dromore at Carrickmore. Mc Crory though alongside Michaela Mc Guigan are both carrying injuries into Thursdays clash with the rejuvenated Aghyaran.

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