2018 Paul McGirr U16 Club Champions Tournament first round Newtownbutler (Fermanagh) 2-13 Termon (Donegal) 1-15 (after extra-time) THE 2018 Paul McGirr U16 Club Champions Tournament got off to a blistering start with Newtownbutler First Fermanaghs coming back from the dead in extra-time to edge in an epic encounter.
Danske Bank MacRory Cup Group A St Patrick’s Academy Dungannon 1-13 Abbey CBS Newry 3-4 HOW well St Patrick’s Academy reacted to two penalty goals against them was probably the main reason that they came away from this Danske Bank MacRory Cup group game in O’Neill Park, Dungannon with both points.
Danske Bank MacRory Cup: Saturday 12pm in O’Neill Park, Dungannon: Abbey CBS v St Patrick’s Academy WITH the other two teams in their group delivering a 1-11 each draw on Wednesday there now is the opportunity for either Abbey CBS or St Patrick’s Academy to move ahead in the group when they clash today in their opening game in the Danske Bank MacRory Cup in O’Neill Park, Dungannon Neither school has enjoyed an extended run in the competition in recent years, but the Academy’s fortunes could well be about to turn.
Paul McGirr Ulster U16 Club Champions Tournament: Today: Gardrum Park Dromore (2pm): Newtownbutler First Fermanagh’s v An Tearmainn An intriguing contest featuring Fermanagh champions Newtownbutler First Fermanagh’s against Donegal champions An Tearmainn gets the ball rolling today on the 2018 Paul McGirr Ulster U16 Club Champions Tournament.
THE CEO of the Gaelic Players’ Association has said the findings of an extensive survey of its membership in favour of a tiered football Championship represents “a significant shift in player opinion”.