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St Endas ladies thwarted in final
St Endas and Caltra ladies finally got the chance to settle the destination of the Tesco All-Ireland junior championship title today at Mullahoran.
Having finished in a 0-7 apiece draw before Christmas, this delayed second instalment was again a well contested tussle.
St Endas put up a spirited show but goals in each half helped Caltra Cuans run out winners by 2-8 to 0-8.
There was just a point between the teams at half-time, the Galway girls 1-3 to 0-5 to the good. Omagh came close with Christianne Hunter and company creating chances but Aine Mannion led the way as Caltra put the game beyond the Omagh team’s reach.
Cara McCrossan, Emma Collins and Teri McCullagh were among the St Endas players on target and the whole St Enda side tried valiantly right to the finish.
The new ladies club season is not that far away now, with St Endas looking forward to playing in the realms of intermediate football and trying to continue their climb up the ladies football ladder.
Tyrone have the National League to focus on over the next couple of months too plus college competitions are among plenty of attractions ahead regarding the ladies football front.
Whatever about the result following today’s final, the entire St Endas squad, management and everyone associated with St Endas ladies can look back with great pride on what has been achieved in the last twelve months.
*On behalf of Damien Donnelly and all at the Team Talk website , thanks to Vinny McCullagh and St Endas for their help and courtesy during the extended championship run.