Disappointment for ladies in Ulster semi-final

October 19th, 2014 | Ladies Football (Senior)

Dramatic goalmouth action in the Ulster Ladies Intermediate semi-final at Monaghan with Hayley Ballard mounting a brave challenge for a goal

Dramatic goalmouth action in the Ulster Ladies Intermediate semi-final at Monaghan with Hayley Ballard mounting a brave challenge for a goal

Monaghan Harps 1-10 Omagh St. Enda’s 0-9.

In a hard fought semi-final played at Gavin Duffy Park in Monaghan on Sunday, St. Enda’s bowed out of the Ulster Intermediate Championship for 2014.

The Omagh girls held a slender 0-5 to 0-4 lead at the interval and the contest hung in the balance until nine minutes from the end of normal time when the home side scored the only goal of the game.

Hard luck to the players and management, they fought hard throughout and can still hold their heads high.

St. Enda's 2014-10-19 7 v MonaghanHarps

The 2014 Ulster Intermediate semi-finalists

St. Enda's 2014-10-19 18 v MonaghanHarps

Cara McCrossan watches her first half shot go narrowly wide

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