MacRory Cup 2023 / 2024

November 21, 2023


St. Patrick’s, Armagh V St Patrick’s, Maghera
Abbey CBS  V St. Macartan’s, Monaghan



🟩🟥 St Patrick’s, Armagh V 🟦⬜️ St Patrick’s, Maghera
📆 Friday 1st December 2023
📌 @PearseOgArmagh
⏰ 2pm



Danske Bank MacRory Cup Round Two

Group A

St Patrick’s, Armagh 2-6 St Macartan’s, Monaghan 1-10
ST Macartan’s Monaghan had built up a head of steam before Donncha Gribbin from St Patrick’s Armagh picked up a red card in the 40th minute of this Group A game in the Box-It Athletic Grounds exactly 100 years on from the very first game in the competition between the same two schools.

After that card, Armagh were the team in the ascendancy and St Macartan’s only managed one further score deep in injury time, a free from Sean óg McIlwaine, that effectively won the game.

There was plenty of ceremony before Paul Faloon got the game under way with GAA President Larry McCarthy in attendance and meeting the teams on the pitch. But once the actual play began, the Sem dominated and McIlwaine picked off the opening two points.

Turlough Muldoon temporarily stemmed that progress with a breakaway goal for Armagh in the ninth minute, but the Sem responded quickly with Caolán Tracey setting up Ethan Ballentine for a point.

Monaghan were 0-6 to 1-1 ahead when John McCrystal stuck out a boot at a loose ball and put it in the Armagh net after 22 minutes. With each side scoring a point before the break, St Macartan’s went in with a five points’ lead.

That stretched with points from David Duffy and McIlwaine before Gribbin picked up the red card for something that took place well off the ball.

Armagh simply upped their game and Dara McCloskey quickly hit back with a goal and a point inside 60 seconds. Although Monaghan wasted a goal chance at the other end, they found it difficult to deal with the energy in the Armagh team and points from Pádraig O’Keefe and Dara McCloskey levelled matters a minute into added time.

McIlwaine responded with his side’s first point in 27 minutes but there was still time for a couple of Armagh pot-shots at an equaliser. They were wayward however and the Sem reversed the result of that very first game on November 21st 1923 when Armagh won by 3-3 to 2-2.

St Patrick’s D McCloskey 1-3 (0-2f); T Muldoon 1-0; S Kelly, R Nugent & P O’Keefe 0-1 each
St Macartan’s S Óg McIlwaine 0-5 (0-3f); J McCrystal 1-0; T Mallon 0-3 (0-2f), E Ballentine & D Duffy 0-1 each

Abbey CBS 0-6 St Patrick’s, Maghera 2-14

ST PATRICK’S, Maghera consolidated their position at the top of Group A with a comfortable victory over Abbey CBS in Ardboe yesterday.

Abbey’s Harry Lynch and Rory Powell responded to each of Maghera’s opening scores, but the Derry boys kicked on with five of the other six points in the half to lead by 0-7 to 0-3 at half-time.

Ciarán Chambers hit five of those from frees, another from open play and Eoin Mulholland was the only other Maghera scorer before the break.

Donagh Murdock landed a free for Abbey on the re-start, but it was a very short respite. By the time James O’Hanlon raised the next flag for the Newry school, Maghera were 1-11 to 0-5 ahead.

Cillian Moore punched the goal in the 41st minute and there was a second in the 58th minute, this time a well-worked team effort that Antain Donnelly got on the end of and finished smartly to the net.

Maghera now face bottom team St Patrick’s, Armagh in their final group game, while Abbey will take on St Macartan’s, Monaghan.

Abbey CBS H Lynch 0-2 (0-1f), D Murdock (f), R Powell, D Saul & J O’Hanlon 0-1 each
St Patrick’s C Moore & A Donnelly 1-1 each; C Chambers 0-9 (0-7f), E Mulholland 0-2, S Birt 0-1

Group B

St Patrick’s, Dungannon 0-16 St Michael’s, Enniskillen 1-8

ST Patrick’s made it back-to-back wins as they proved too strong for St Michael’s at Clogher on Saturday.

The Tyrone school were always in control and a late Enniskillen goal only served to put a slightly better look on the scoreboard.

Mattie McDermott had opened the scoring for St Michael’s in the second minute but that was to prove to be the only occasion that they would have their noses in front.

Midfielder Sean Hughes scored from a free as well as from play, with Finn Spence and Liam McGeary also on target to leave the Academy 0-4 to 0-1 to the good after a dozen minutes.

Shaun McCarron and Hughes exchanged points before Dungannon defender Luke Neeson came to his side’s rescue to deflect a goalbound effort by James Corry over the bar.

Hughes fired over from long range and added a free as well, with McGeary also splitting the posts with the only response from Enniskillen coming from a McDermott placed ball to leave it 0-8 to 0-4 at half-time.

Enniskillen had the opening score in the second half as well through Conor O’Hanlon but the Academy hit back to move further in front thanks to efforts from McGeary (2) and Hughes.

Cathcart and O’Hanlon then registered to leave it 0-11 to 0-7 as for the second game running the Academy finished out in style.

Spence, Conall Sheehy (2) and Hughes all scored and while Corry did find the net for the only goal of the game it came too late.

St Patrick’s S Hughes 0-7 (0-5f); L McGeary 0-4; F Spence & C Sheehy 0-2 each; P McGeary 0-1
St Michael’s J Corry 1-1; C O’Hanlon 0-3 (0-2f); M McDermott 0-2 (0-1f, 0-1m); S McCarron & D Cathcart 0-1 each


Group C

Our Lady’s, Castleblayney 4-6 Holy Trinity, Cookstown 1-14
OUR Lady’s picked up their second win in a dramatic game at Garvaghey that saw two of their players red-carded. Holy Trinity also had a played black-carded at a crucial stage of the game.

Cookstown looked the more comfortable team in the opening half and points from Ryan Nugent, Conor Devlin and Shea Lawn saw them lead by 0-3 to 0-2.

Then, right before half-time came the fireworks. Goals from Dara McMahon and Canice Murphy were offset by the dismissal of a ’Blayney midfielder with a straight red.

Nevertheless, Our Lady’s started the second half well and a goal from Max McGinnity moved them into a lead of eight points after 40 minutes.

Michael McElhatton got Holy Trinity going again with a fisted goal that was soon cancelled by Tadhg Hegarty.

A second red card for Castleblayney, this time the goalkeeper, and a few frees from McElhatton saw the gap between the teams close and with five minutes left it was down to a point.

’Blayney broke, however, and full-forward Senan Hegarty grabbed a vital point. At the other end, Eoin Long managed just one point in reply, meaning that the beaten finalists of the past two years must beat St Patrick’s, Cavan in their final group game to stay in the competition.

Our Lady’s M McGinnity 1-3; D McMahon 1-2; C Murphy 1-0 & T Hegarty 1-0 each; S Hanratty 0-1
Holy Trinity M McElhatton 1-5; L Lawn & S Lawn 0-2 each; E Long, C Mullan, J Concannon, R Nugent & C Devlin 0-1 each


St Patrick’s, Cavan 1-10 St Joseph’s, Donaghmore 1-9
St Patrick’s, Cavan got their first points of the campaign with this slender win in Clones yesterday.

The Tyrone lads led by two at the break and when Darragh Donaghy found the net they looked set for back-to-back wins in their debut season.

But, an opportunist goal from Conor Sharpe put the Cavan lads in front and they held on.

Donaghmore had led 0-6 to 0-4 at half-time and although Sharpe reduced the deficit Darragh Donaghy produced a clinical finish to extend that lead.

Cavan, chipped away at it, though, and Sharpe’s goal with 10 minutes today put them back in front.

Darragh Noonan and Joseph Corrigan swapped points before a Noah Grimes free reduced the deficit to the minimum but the Tyrone side ran out of time.

St Patrick’s C Sharpe 1-4; D Noonan 0-4 (0-2f); S Shiels & C McCrystal 0-1 each
St Joseph’s J Corrigan 0-3 (0-1f); D Donaghy 1-0; N Grimes (1f) & C O’Neill (2f) 0-2 each; D O’Neill & M Coyle 0-1 each

Group D

Omagh CBS 0-21 St Ronan’s, Lurgan 1-10
FOR the second game running, holders Omagh CBS produced a fine second-half display to make it two wins from two at the expense of a battling St Ronan’s, Lurgan side in Augher yesterday afternoon.

It was point for point in a first half that saw the Lurgan side have their noses in front on six occasions.

Omagh, though, edged the first half 0-7 to 0-6 and when they hit five of the opening six scores in the second half they looked to be well on top.

A James Austin goal left it game on again but the winners sensed the danger to dominate the final quarter to secure a deserved victory.

Wing-back Jack Lavery had a brace of points with Austin and Maitiu McGibbon also on target as St Ronan’s gave as good as they got in the opening period.

Centre half-forward Ruairi McCullagh led by example for Omagh with 0-4, with Mattie Howe and defender Sean McCann also scoring.

McCullagh opened the second-half scoring before Omagh CBS midfielder Charlie Donnelly came into his own with a hat-trick of points in a five-minute spell.

Austin and McGibbon responded for the Lurgan boys either side of a Niall McCarney free, before Tom Lavery placed Austin for a well-taken 44th-minute goal.

That left the scoreboard reading 0-12 to 1-8 but from there until the final whistle there was only one team in it as Omagh put their foot on the gas.

Liam Óg Mossey, Donnelly, McCullagh and McCarney all split the posts and while Austin and substitute Conan Moore responded for St Ronan’s it was clear that the holders had the bit between their teeth.

In the last five minutes they closed the game out in style with McCullagh taking his personal haul to 0-8 either side of efforts from Howe and Conal Martin.

Omagh R McCullagh 0-8 (0-6f); C Donnelly 0-4; M Howe, L Mossey (1m) & N McCarney (1f) 0-2 each; E Donaghy, S McCann & C Martin 0-1 each
St Ronan’s J Austin 1-3 (0-2f); M McGibbon 0-3 (0-2f); J Lavery 0-2; J McCooey & C Moore 0-1 each

St Marys Magherafelt 1-5 V St. Colmans, Newry 0-6
Holy Trinity Cookstown 1-13 V Our Lady’s, Castleblayney 4-5
Omagh CBS 0-21 V St. Ronan’s, Lurgan 1-11
St. Patrick’s, Cavan 1-10  V St Joseph’s Donaghmore 1-9
St. Michael’s, Enniskillen 1-8 V St. Patrick’s, Dungannon 0-16
St Patrick’s, Maghera 2-14 V Abbey CBS 0-6

St. Patrick’s, Armagh 2-6  St. Macartans, Monaghan 1-10
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🟩🟥St. Patrick’s, Armagh V ⬛️🟨 St. Macartans, Monaghan  Centenary Match!
📆 Tuesday 21st November 2023
📌BOX-IT Athletic Grounds Armagh
⏰ 6pm

⬜️🟦 @St Marys Magherafelt V 🟦⬜️ St. Colmans, Newry
📆 Thursday 23rd November
📌 @QueensSport
⏰ 1:30pm

🟩⬛️ Holy Trinity Cookstown V 🟦⬜️ Our Lady’s, Castleblayney

📆 Friday 24th November 2023
⏰ 1pm

🟥⬜️ Omagh CBS V 🟥🟩St. Ronan’s, Lurgan
📆 Friday 24th November 2023
📌@AnEochair Augher
⏰ 2pm

⬜️🟦 St. Patrick’s, Cavan V 🟩🟨 St Joseph’s Donaghmore
📆 Friday 24th November 2023
⏰ 2pm

🟦🟨Patrician, Carrickmacross V 🟥⬜️ St. Paul’s, Bessbrook
📆 Friday 24th November 2023
⏰ 5:30pm

🟦🟥 St. Michael’s, Enniskillen V 🟥⬜️ St. Patrick’s, Dungannon
📆 Saturday 25th November 2023
⏰ 2:30pm

🟦⬜️ St Patrick’s, Maghera V ⬛️🟨🟥Abbey CBS, Newry
📆 Sunday 25t November 2023
⏰Throw in 11am


Danske Bank MacRory Cup round one

Group A

Abbey CBS, Newry 3-5 St Patrick’s, Armagh 0-13
TWO goals at the start of the second half killed off the challenge of St Patrick’s, Armagh in Páirc Esler on Wednesday evening.

Up until then, they were in with a chance of getting something from this game, but Rory Powell’s goal in the 45th minute, followed four minutes later by a third Abbey goal from Conall McGeough, opened a gap in the scoreboard that they didn’t have time to close.

That goal made it 3-5 to 0-7 and although Armagh launched a grandstand finish with the last six points, they were still a point short when the final whistle blew.

Armagh went 0-2 to 0-1 ahead early in the game but Harry Lynch’s goal in the 12th minute edged Abbey CBS into the lead for the first time. Points from Nathan Horsfield, Pauric O’Keefe and corner-back Paul Hendron drew the teams level, but Daragh Saul’s late score put Abbey in with a 1-3 to 0-5 lead at the break.

Powell and McClosley traded frees during the third quarter. Then McGeough’s point was followed by those goals and Abbey were in the driving seat on the scoreboard.

Armagh refused to lie down and chipped away at the lead with two points from McCloskey and one each from subs John Joe Hughes and Jack Daly and Donnacha Gribben closed it further as injury-time beckoned. But they could only manage a second score from Hendron as Abbey held out for victory.

Abbey R Powell 1-2 (0-1f); C McGeough 1-1; H Lynch 1-0; D Saul 0-2 (0-1f)
St Patrick’s D McCloskey 0-5 (0-3f); P O’Keefe (1f) & P Hendron 0-2 each; N Horsfield, JJ Hughes, D Gribben & J Daly 0-1 each

St Patrick’s, Maghera 3-11 St Macartan’s, Monaghan 2-10
THE opening game of this year’s MacRory Cup saw two sides with aspirations of challenging at the business end meet in Stewartstown.

Having contested the 2022 Rannafast final, this eagerly awaited opener, certainly delivered. Maghera deserved their victory but St Macartan’s will take plenty of positives from the game.

The opening quarter saw the sides share eight points, Tommy Mallen opened the scoring for the Monaghan lads, before a trio of Ciaran Chambers points, two from placed balls, saw St Pat’s take the lead.

Sean Og McElwain, a free from Mallen and a David Duffy point restored the lead for the Sem, as both sides mirrored each other with packed defences and breaking at pace.

Joe Dillon, a member of a hugely impressive Maghera half-back line, levelled matters with a fine long-range point before the accurate Mallen converted a free to edge his side back in front with 16 minutes played.

The first goal arrived minutes later. An attempted point effort from Mulholland dropped short and midfielder Dara McPeake beat keeper Shane Clerkin to the punch to fist to the net, to regain Maghera’s lead.

Half-backs Henry Kelly and Shea Birt both kicked points for their teams before Kearns reduced the deficit to the minimum.

Maghera then struck for a second goal just before half-time, patient play from captain Fionn McEldowney releasing his full-back Bobby Butcher to fire home.

Crucially, Maghera started the second half better as points from Chambers, O’Neill and Birt extended the lead to seven. Killian Kearns volleyed home in the 42nd minute to renew hope for the SEM but Chambers kicked his sixth with 12 minutes remaining.

Credit Macartan’s they continued to fight and a strong finish produced a McElwain goal and Daniel Duffy almost set up a grandstand finish but his effort struck the crossbar as the game entered stoppage time.

The final play of the game saw Clerkin foul Chambers but the keeper redeemed himself with an excellent double save from a Chambers penalty.

Group B

St Patricks, Dungannon 4-9 St Mary’s, Magherafelt 2-12

ST Patrick’s, Dungannon produced an unbelievable comeback at Stewartstown to pip St Mary’s, Magherafelt in their opening game.

Trailing by five points and also a man down they hit 2-2 without reply to stun their opponents and take the spoils.

Magherafelt had led by three points at the interval and when they doubled that advantage within five minutes of the restart they looked in a very strong position.

And, when the Academy had midfielder Dillon O’Neill dismissed at the end of the third quarter there looked like only one outcome.

Pearse and Dillon O’Neill swapped early points before Patrick Birt palmed in a 13th-minute goal for St Mary’s. Dungannon, though, responded with two majors of their own from Fiacra Nelis and Sean Hughes to get their noses in front.

But, it was Magherafelt who closed out the half on top with points from Rory Small and Dara McKenna coming either side of a Small goal to leave it 2-5 to 2-2.

A brace of points from O’Neill was followed by one from Small as St Mary’s picked up were they had left off on the restart.

Hughes and Liam McGeary responded for Dungannon before Birt had a brace for the Derry lads.

When O’Neill converted a 54th-minute free it was 2-12 to 2-7 but Magherafelt failed to score again.

Conor Holmes began the Dungannon comeback with a point before midfielder Hughes got his second goal of the game in the 58th minute.

The same player then added a free to level matters but the drama wasn’t finished as the game went into injury-time, with centre half-forward Matthew Quinn proving to be the match-winner with Dungannon’s fourth goal.

Dungannon S Hughes 2-3 (3F), L McGeary 0-4 (1M), F Nelis 1-0, M Quinn 1-0, Dillon O’Neill 0-1, C Holmes 0-1
Magherafelt P O’Neill 0-5(2F), P Birt 1-2, R Small 1-2, J Sargant 0-1, D McKenna 0-1, C Higgins 0-1

St Colman’s, Newry 1-8 St Michael’s, Enniskillen 1-8

THE Duffy brothers combined to grab a draw for St Colman’s, Newry in the dying seconds of this tie in Clones.

With seven minutes left, St Michael’s looked comfortable as Michael Burns’ point gave them a lead of 1-8 to 0-6. Dara Mussen pointed twice to narrow the gap but time was running out on Newry.

However, they turned over possession and Eoin Duffy was hauled down in the goal area for a penalty that his brother Ryan despatched to break Enniskillen hearts.

St Michael’s had dominated for most of the game. They led by 1-4 to a single point from Duffy after 20 minutes. Sean Corry was the goalscorer and Mattie McDermott made it 1-5 to 0-3 at the break.

The teams exchanged two points each during the opening 20 minutes of the second half with Tiarnán Swift, Rees Love, Steven O’Brien and Sean Corry keeping Enniskillen in command.

However, those two late points from Mussen brought his tally to six and left St Colman’s in with a chance that they duly took when they got the quick break.

St Colman’s D Mussen 0-6; R Duffy 1-1; A Garvey 0-1
St Michael’s S Corry 1-0; C O’Hanlon 0-3; M McDermott 0-2; D Cathcart, R Love & M Burns 0-1

Group C

St Joseph’s, Donaghmore 1-10 Holy Trinity, Cookstown 1-7
HISTORY was made at Pearse Park in Galbally when St Joseph’s, Donaghmore played their first-ever game in the Danske Bank MacRory Cup and they made it a winning start with a three-point success over Tyrone rivals Holy Trinity, Cookstown.

Last season’s MacLarnon and All Ireland champions were full value for their victory against a school who have appeared in the last two MacRory finals. The game was played before a bumper crowd in difficult weather conditions with fog making it hard for both sets of players.

Conor O’Neill wrote himself into the history books with Donaghmore’s first-ever score at this level.

It was a cagey start from both sides as they appeared nervous, with Michael McElhatton on target for Holy Trinity.

Donaghmore, though, were the better side and efforts from O’Neill and Mattie McNally left them four clear at the break.

Holy Trinity halved the deficit on the restart but that was as good as it got for last year’s runners-up.

St Joseph’s defended in numbers and attacked at pace and it bore dividends. O’ Neill was on target again before they effectively won the game when wing-back McNally got on the end of a high ball into the danger area to finish to the net.

Noah Grimes added a point as the winners moved half-a-dozen clear.

To their credit, Holy Trinity battled to the final whistle and they got their reward with a McElhatton goal but time was against them.

Our Lady’s, Castleblayney 2-10 St Patrick’s, Cavan 2-8

A GOAL from Max McGinty 10 minutes from time was the key score that saw Our Lady’s, Castleblayney start their Danske Bank MacRory Cup campaign with a win.

St Patrick’s were the livelier team in the early part of the game and they were value for the 1-4 to 0-3 lead they built up after 18 minutes.

Conor Sharpe scored the Cavan goal, while Daragh Noonan and Ben Tully were on target with points.

Castleblayney’s opening three scores all came from Max McGinty.

Jamie Casey then had to be sharp to deny a second Cavan goal in the 20th minute and a couple of minutes later Canice Murphy scrambled a goal at the other end.

Just before the half-time whistle, Jamie Mooney cut in from the right wing to kick the lead point for Castleblayney.

The second half began with McGinty and Ben Tully exchanging frees before Cavan struck for a goal through Darragh Noonan to put them 2-6 to 1-8 up.

Our Lady’s then intercepted a kick-out and McGinty was on hand to finish to the net. With Senan Hanratty adding a point, ‘Blayney were now three up, 2-9 to 2-6, with 10 minutes left.

Although Cavan replied with points from Conor Tynan and Josh Shehu, McGinty scored his fifth point on a quick break to seal the victory.

Both teams are in action again next Friday, with Cavan taking on Donaghmore and Castleblayney up against Holy Trinity.

Castleblayney M McGinty 1-5, C Murphy 1-0, J Mooney 0-2, E Treanor, D McMahon and S Hanratty 0-1 each
Cavan D Noonan 1-3, C Sharpe 1-0, B Tully 0-2, J Dugdale, C Tynan and J Shehu 0-1 each

Group D

St Paul’s, Bessbrook 0-9 Omagh CBS 2-16

Holders Omagh CBS made a confident start to the defence of their title with a comfortable win over St, Pauls Bessbrook at St Paul’s in Lurgan on Wednesday.

With five starters from last season’s Hogan Cup success, the Tyrone school turned on the style after the break following a close first half.

Ruairi McCullagh, Charlie Donnelly, Niall McCarney and Liam Og Mossey were all on target as they greeted the short whistle 0-7 to 0-5 in front.

They will feel that they should have been further in front as they kicked a few wides as well as dropping five efforts short.

A battling Bessbrook side kept in touch, with full-forward Fergal Boylan kicking three marks off either foot.

Omagh were more clinical after the break and they put the game to bed within 10 minutes. Donnelly and Paudi Dillion both pointed before full-forward Dillon capitalised on a poor kick-out to send to the net.

Sixty seconds later the same player scored another major to end the game as a contest.

To their credit, Bessbrook kept battling away with Boylan taking a fine effort from play, but Omagh had upped the tempo a notch or two. Dillon scored again before impressive centre half-forward McCullagh raised four white flags in a row.

Eoghan McKeever and Boylan responded for St Paul’s but it was the holders who closed out the game on top.

Mattie Howe came off the bench to register while right at the end impressive centre half-back Callum Daly hit a superb point to complete the scoring.

St Paul’s F Boylan 0-6 (0-5m); K Rogley, E Kane (f) & E McKeever 0-1 each
Omagh P Dillon 2-2; R McCullagh 0-6 (1f, 1m); C Donnelly 0-3; N McCarney 0-2; L Og Mossey, M Howe & C Daly 0-1 each


St Ronan’s, Lurgan 2-4 Patrician, Carrickmacross 0-8

PATRICIAN, Carrickmacross will feel that this game in St Paul’s, Lurgan on Wednesday night was one that got away from them.

With 56 minutes gone they held a 0-8 to 1-3 lead. St Ronan’s closed the gap with a point from James McStay and then in the final minute of ordinary time sub Euan McAreavey was taken down for a penalty which another sub, Cohen Henderson, fired to the net.

To rub salt into the Carrick wounds, James McCooe pointed a very late free.

In a way, though Patrician, were the authors of their own misfortune. They failed to score in the last quarter and the goal for St Ronan’s in the first half came about after a turnover caught their goalie upfield and James Austin found an empty net from 40 metres out.

That came in the 23rd minute after Patrician had established a lead of 0-5 to 0-3 with two points each from Matthew Carlin and Conor Burns. It could have been even worse for them as they were caught a second time, but James McCooe’s effort to emulate Austin came off a post.

Although St Ronan’s led at the break by 1-3 to 0-5, Patrician hit three points in the third quarter through Carlin (two) and Tony Marry, while keeping the home side scoreless until the 58th minute.

The late blast of 1-2 made it seem like a smash-and-grab win but St Ronan’s were never too far off the pace of the game.

St Ronan’s J Austin 1-1; C Henderson 1-0; J McCooe 0-2; M McGibbin & C Moore 0-1 each
Patrician M Carlin 0-4; C Burns 0-2; T Quinn & T Marry 0-1 each

With thanks to Séamas McAleenan and Kevin Kelly

St Patrick’s, Maghera 3-11  St. Macartans, Monaghan 2-10
St. Colmans, Newry 1-8 V  St. Michael’s, Enniskillen 1-8
Omagh CBS 2-16 V St. Paul’s, Bessbrook 0-9
Patrician, Carrickmacross 0-8  V St. Ronan’s, Lurgan 2-5
Abbey CBS, Newry 3-5  V  St. Patrick’s, Armagh 0-13
Holy Trinity Cookstown 1-7 V St Joseph’s Donaghmore 1-10
St. Patrick’s, Dungannon 4-9  V St. Mary’s, Magherafelt 2-12
Our Lady’s, Castleblayney 2-10  V St. Patrick’s, Cavan 2-8


🟩⬛️ Holy Trinity Cookstown V 🟩🟨 St Joseph’s Donaghmore
📆 Friday 17th November
📌 Galbally
⏰ 3pm

🟥⬜️ St. Patrick’s, Dungannon V ⬜️🟦 St. Mary’s, Magherafelt
📆 Friday 17th November
📌 Stewartstown
⏰ 12:30🟦⬜️ Our Lady’s, Castleblayney  V ⬜️🟦 St. Patrick’s, Cavan
📆 Friday 17th November
📌 Castleblayney
⏰ 12:30

🟦🟨 Patrician, Carrickmacross V 🟥⬜️ St. Ronan’s, Lurgan
📆 Wednesday 15th November
📌 St Pauls Lurgan
⏰ 7pm

⬛️🟨🟥Abbey CBS, Newry V 🟩🟥 St. Patrick’s, Armagh
📆 Wednesday 15th November
📌 Pairc Esler
⏰ 7pm

🟥⬜️ St. Paul’s, Bessbrook V 🟥⬜️  Omagh CBS
📆 Wednesday 15th November
📌 St Pauls Lurgan
⏰ 4pm

🟦⬜️ St. Colmans, Newry V 🟦🟥 St. Michael’s, Enniskillen
📆 Tuesday 14th November
📌 Clones

🟦⬜️ St Patrick’s, Maghera V ⬛️🟨St. Macartans, Monaghan
📆 Friday 10th November