Time to celebrate for the St. Enda’s U21’s following their 0-10 to 0-6 win over Carrickmore
CONGRATULATIONS to the Omagh St. Enda’s U21’s who won the 2014 Tyrone Championship title with a 0-10 to 0-6 win over Carrickmore in Loughmacroy on Saturday. Following a tense contest in which the sides were level at 0-4 apiece at half-time, it was the Omagh boys who turned on the power in the second half despite playing into a strong wind and came away with the title with four points to spare.
It was a day of roller-coaster emotions with many of our U21s forming a guard of honour at the funeral of their late friend Enda Dolan in the morning and then having to prepare for a tough final against Carrickmore. With victory, it marks the end of a special few weeks in the Tyrone championships and a third adult football title has now been secured for the club in four weeks.
The result means that it’s proving to be a special year for St. Enda’s – Senior football champions, Reserve League winners, U21 football champions, Senior Ladies Intermediate football champions, U14 Hurling Feile winners, U13 football championship runners-up PLUS All-Ireland Senior Ballad winners, Ulster Senior Ceili Dance champions, Ulster Scór na nÓg Ballad winners as well as numerous Tyrone Scór titles.
St. Enda’s U21s – Niall McGinn, Darren McMenamin, Daniel Mullan, Riane Samir, Sean Canavan (c), Ciaran McLaughlin, Thomas Hannigan, Michael Flanagan, James Mullan, Rory McBride, Conor Meyler, Conor Golding, Cormac O’Neill, Joe Colton, Michael Gallagher. Subs – Niall McCrory, Peadar Doody, Cormac Hannigan, Nigel Brannigan, Diarmuid O’Doherty, Rion McKenna, Thomas Clarke, Ryan Masterson, Caolan Gillespie, Eamon Clarke.
Full match report, courtesy of Tyrone Herald here
Champion…U21 captain Sean Canavan.
Rory McBride prepares to lay the ball off
Conor Meyler makes another attack
Another day of celebrations for the Clarke family..
One for the family album…the Masterson family celebrate with Ryan.
Another great day for the O’Neill clan as they add an U21 medal to Seniro and Reserve medals all won in 2014.
A great day for the Hannigan family.
The Meyler family celebrate with Conor.
Riane Samir, Ciaran McLaughlin and Danny Mullan celebrate
Goalkeepers union, Niall McGinn and Niall McCrory get their gloves on the cup..
Cormac O’Neill, Sean Canavan, Conor Meyler and Ciaran McLaughlin
A great day out for the Colton family…
Darren McMenamin and Rory McBride celebrate a great win.
Eamon Clarke celebrates a big U21 win with mum and day Marina and Peter
Behind every great team is a great substitutes bench. Well done boys…Diarmuid O’Doherty, Thomas Clarke, Eamon Clarke, Ryan Masterson and Caolan Gillespie
Another big day for the McBride family
Brothers James and Danny Mullan celebrate a great U21 victory.
James Mullan, Joe Colton, Peadar Doody, Sean Canavan and Danny Mullan
Another great day for the Coltons…
Sean Canavan receives the match ball after the game.
High tackle on Thomas Hannigan
Michael Gallagher prepares to shoot
Neighbours Niall McGinn and Seamus Haigney celebrate
Tyrone U21 champions 2014. Back row – Thomas Clarke, Cormac Hannigan, Daniel Mullan, Conor Meyler, Eamon Clarke, Michael Flanagan, Niall McCrory, Niall McGinn, Caolan Gillespie, Rory McBride, Conor Golding, Cormac O’Neill, Joe Colton. Front row – Rion McKenna, Nigel Brannigan, James Mullan, Darren McMenamin, Ciaran McLaughlin, Ryan Masterson, Michael Gallagher, Sean Canavan, Thomas Hannigan, Riane Samir, Peadar Doody, Diarmuid O’Doherty.
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