Big day for St. Enda’s players and volunteers at Healy Park

May 18th, 2014 | General News, Senior Football, U18 football

Congratulations to Barry Tierney who made his championship debut for Tyrone at Healy Park.

Congratulations to Barry Tierney who made his championship debut for Tyrone at Healy Park.

WELL DONE to all the St. Enda’s players who made a big contribution to the Tyrone minor and senior teams at Healy Park in the first round of the Ulster Championship today (Sunday).

Danny Mullan and Riane Samir both performed brilliantly in defence as the Tyrone minors overwhelmed Down in the opening game while in the senior match it was a memorable day for Barry Tierney who made his championship debut in corner back.

Conor Clarke lined out at midfield while Justin McMahon came off the bench late in the second half to help Tyrone snatch a late draw with Down. Ronan O’Neill, Conan Grugan and Joe McMahon made up the rest of the big St. Enda’s contingent to wear the Tyrone shirt.

Almost 13,200 fans packed in to Healy Park and a big thank you to the many club volunteers who helped to make the day a great success.

More photos of St. Enda’s players on our Photo gallery.

Danny Mullan stars for Tyrone minors at corner back

Danny Mullan stars for Tyrone minors at corner back

Riane Samir in action for the Tyrone minors today

Riane Samir in action for the Tyrone minors today.

Justin McMahon who came on as a late sub in the senior game, gets to grips with his opponent.

Justin McMahon who came on as a late sub in the senior game, gets to grips with his opponent.

Conor Clarke keeps possession in this midfield battle

Conor Clarke keeps possession in this midfield battle.

Conan Grugan prior to the big game.

Conan Grugan prior to the big game.

Ronan O'Neill who was amongst the substitutes today at Healy Park.

Ronan O’Neill who was amongst the substitutes today at Healy Park.