St Endas ladies squad, fresh from their historic Ulster junior club title win, face an All-Ireland semi-final tie with Offaly’s Edenderry this Saturday, writes Damien Donnelly.
Home advantage at Healy Park(2.00pm) is a good boost for what looks likely to be a tough test against the Leinster victors.
The Omagh camp, though, have stepped up to the plate every inch of the way so far this season and the St Endas are determined to give this All-Ireland challenge their very best shot.
A battling Ulster final victory over Ballinascreen at Coalisland secured a first ever Provincial title and now sights are set on making waves in All-Ireland circles.
The domestic club season is wrapped up in Tyrone but hopefully St Endas can extend the campaign at a broader level that much further beyond Saturday. Best of good wishes from us all here at TeamTalk to everyone involved with St Endas.
An official word now from the Tyrone Ladies Board who want to thank everyone who helped the fixtures committee out in any way during the past year, including host clubs, referees etc. All support is greatly appreciated.
Tyrone Ladies County Board also wishes Omagh St Endas the best of luck in the All Ireland Junior Club Championship Semi Final v Edenderry of Offaly on Saturday. All support very welcome.