November 27, 2022


🗓 Tuesday 29th November 2022
🏐 St Eunan’s Letterkenny V SOmagh CBS
📌 Glenswilly
⏰ 1:30pm

🗓 Saturday 26th November 2022
🏐 St Colman’s Newry V St Patrick’s Maghera
📌 Eglish
⏰ 11:00am

🗓 Thursday 17th November 2022
🏐 St Marys GSM V St Patrick’s Armagh
📌 Desertmartin
⏰ 2:00pm

🗓  Wednesday 16 November 2022
🏐 St Colman’s Newry V Our Lady’s SS Castleblayney
📌 Pairc Esler
⏰ 11:30am

🗓  Wednesday 16 November 2022
🏐 Holy Trinity Cookstown V St. Patrick’s, Dungannon
📌 Eglish
⏰ 7:30pm

🗓  Wednesday 16 November 2022
🏐 Omagh CBS V St. Michael’s, Enniskillen
📌 Healy Park
⏰ 8pm

🗓 Tuesday 15th November 2022
🏐 Patrician Carrickmacross V St. Ronan’s Lurgan
📌 Middletown
⏰ 1:00pm

🗓  Monday 14 November 2022
🏐 St Eunan’s Letterkenny V St. Patrick’s, Cavan
📌 Drumquin
⏰ 12:30pm

🗓 Saturday 12 November 2022
🏐St Macartans, Monaghan V  Abbey CBS
📌 @MonaghanHarps
⏰ 1:45pm


St Colman’s Newry 0-7 V St Patrick’s Maghera 0-8

St Patrick’s Armagh 2-10 V St. Patrick’s Academy Dungannon 2-14

St Marys GSM 4-10 V St Patrick’s Armagh 1-12

St Colman’s Newry 1-13
Our Lady’s SS Castleblayney 4-06
OLSS Castleblayney made an impressive start to their 2022/23 Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup campaign, when they defeated St Colman’s Newry by two points in Páirc Esler yesterday. The old adage of ‘goals win games’ rang through, with Castleblayney sharp shooter Stephen Mooney scoring two and laying on another one for Max McGinty in the opening half. Cormac O’Reilly and Aaron O’Neill landed five points apiece for the Newry school, but a fourth goal from Bobby McCaul in the closing minutes proved decisive and rounded off a successful opening round for the Monaghan schools in this year’s competition 🏐
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St. Patrick’s Academy Dungannon 2-10
Holy Trinity Cookstown 2-07
A goal in the first minute and last minute of the contest for St Patrick’s Academy helped them to a solid three point win in this Tyrone GAA derby played out at An Eaglais Naomh Pádraig. Theo Lowe and Sheehan Fay got the important goals for Dungannon, responding to two Michael McElhatton penalties either side of the break for Holy Trinity. Those goals had closed the gap to a point, having trailed by eight towards the end of the first half. But points from Ronan Cassidy, Fiachra Nelis and Ben Cullen helped edge the Academy to victory.
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CBS Omagh 0-15
St. Michael’s Enniskillen 0-07
Omagh CBS opened their Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup campaign with a solid victory over St Michael’s Enniskillen last night at Omagh St. Enda’s. Ruairi McCullagh weighed in with an impressive 0-6 for the hosts, who also had Liam Óg Mossey and Eoin McElholm in fine form. St Michael’s battled bravely throughout, with Conor O’Hanlon involved in much of their good work, but it was the Tyrone men who run out comfortable winners by eight points 🏐
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Patrician Carrickmacross 3-09
St Ronan’s Lurgan 0-09
Patrician Carrickmacross got off to the best possible start in yesterday’s Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup Round One game against St Ronan’s Lurgan at Middletown GAA. Goals from Kian Duffy, James Maguire and Oran Finnegan saw the Monaghan men take control and run out comfortable winners, sending them top of Section B in the process 🟦🟨
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🟦🟨 St Patrick’s Cavan 2-14
⬛️🟥 Saint Eunan’s Letterkenny 1-08
There was a strong performance from St Patrick’s Cavan in their opening game of the Danske Bank MacRory Cup yesterday, when they defeated St Eunan’s Letterkenny. Two goals in the opening 20 minutes paved the way for the Cavan side to lead by 10 at the break, and while the Donegal side improved after the break, they had left themselves too far adrift.
Thanks to the Drumquin GAA club for use of their wonderful facilities 🙌🏻
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⬛️🟨 St Macartan’s Monaghan 2-09
🟥⬛️🟨 Abbey CBS Newry 1-12
The Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup started on Saturday with a lively draw in Monaghan Harps GAA when Abbey CBS came back from a half-time deficit of nine points to grab a draw with a point from Rory Powell at the start of injury-time.
Abbey also had a player red-carded early in the second half in a game dominated by the wind that had almost nine minutes of injury time at the end, during which there were chances for both teams to grab a winner.
St.Macartan’s got off to a good start with a goal from Luke McManus after ten minutes. They were able to add several good points from play, but their second goal didn’t come until the third minute of injury time when Cormac O’Hanlon blasted to the net.
With the wind behind them, Abbey began to do well early in the second half and a goal and a point from Eoin Loughran brought them right into contention. However after the red card, they struggled to get the momentum going again and were still four points adrift in the 55th minute.
Rory Powell then hit over a long free off the ground and Abbey pressed the remaining kick-outs to keep the pressure on. Loughran brought it down to a single point with two scores and Powell clinched the draw at the start of added time.
St Patrick’s Cavan and St Eunan’s Letterkenny meeting in Drumquin today to begin their campaigns.
St Macartan’s: L McManus 1-3, C O’Hanlon 1-0, T Mallon 0-2, S Arya 0-1, E Doogan-Ballantine 0-1, N Sherlock 0-1, M Finn 0-1
Abbey CBS: E Loughran 1-8, R Powell 0-2, J Crummey 0-1, C O’Hare 0-1.
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