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Tyrone Masters Through To All Ireland Quarters

Monday 04.11.2013
Team Talk Mag
Club


Tyrone over 40’s travelled to rain drenched St Anne’s GAA grounds in Dublin on Saturday to take on an undefeated Dublin team in their last section game of this years master’s competition.

Played in atrocious conditions Tyrone came away with a great win to send them through to the All Ireland quarter-finals. Facing into a gale force wind in the first half a goal from Mickey Cummings and points from Iggy Gallagher(2), Damien Gormley and Andy Mc Sorley sent the visitors in at half time trailing by a solitary point which was just reward for their efforts as they defended in numbers, held position well and built from the back to engineer some well taken scores.

Tyrone came out for the second half with the wind on their backs and levelled matters with an early point from Conor Daly. Further points from Damien Gormley (2), Mickey Mc Cann and a converted Mickey Mc Conomy penalty saw Tyrone emerge as deserved winners in what turned out to be highly competitive affair.

Tyrone Team : Gareth Quinn(Killyman), Gary Mc Kenna(Killyclogher), Gavan Mc Elroy(Carrickmore), Brian Mc Callion(Castlederg), Mark Gallagher(Eglish), Paul Sweeney(Killyclogher), Brian Mc Elroy(Killyclogher), Fergal Gormley(Carrickmore), Damien Gormley(Trillick), Conor Daly(Trillick), Mickey Cummings(Dungannon), Andy Mc Sorley(Newtownstewart), Mickey Mc Conomy(Newtownstewart), Marty Keyes(Castlederg), Iggy Gallagher(Trillick),  Subs used : Mickey Mc Cann(Beragh), Aidan Mc Gahan(Killyman), Nigel Mullin(Tattyreagh).

Players who played in other section games but who were unavailable for this game due to injury or other commitments:

Gerard Mc Williams (Fintona), Hugh Quinn and Eamon Cavanagh (Errigal Ciaran), Ciaran Leonard (Castlederg) Eamon Duncan and Conor Gallagher (Drumragh), Stephen Lawn and Conrad Quinn (Moortown), Ronan Mc Garrity and Ciaran Mc Bride (Carrickmore), Adrian Donnelly and Shane Mc Carney(Beragh), Barry Fay (Eglish), Niall Conway (Clann na Gael)

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