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Eglish Camogs in Ulster Final

By tyronepro Sat 25th Oct

Eglish Camogs in Ulster Final
Eglish Camogs in Ulster Final

Sunday will see Tyrone senior camogie champions Eglish take on Down champions Clonduff in the Ulster Intermediate Championship final. The game starts at 12:45pm in Granemore Co Armagh.
It’s a well-worn path for Eglish who more often than not find themselves challenging for major Provincial honours at the end of a long season. This season is no different than any other with the team seeing their preparation for the final on track and without any major hiccups. A win against Armagh champions Madden at home secured a comfortable enough win in their opening fixture of the championship.
It has been a few decades since the team won their last Ulster title and many an onlooker would comment that Eglish have had their share of ‘photo finishes’ go against them in previous years. Long standing Eglish manager Jim McCormick is as always philosophical going into the game
“We know the quality of this Clonduff team. We expect a tough game but hopefully our girls can produce their best and all goes well for them on the day. Any team can only give their best and hopefully our best will be good enough”
Aiding Jim with his management of the team again this year is Barry Fay. Barry has two sisters playing on the team and he is hoping that this will be the year the team will overcome that final hurdle.
Experienced joint captain Julie Lagan has seen it all before and enjoyed the ups and downs of camogie over the years. She longs for an Ulster title for her team and she knows all too well these games are always won and lost on fractions
“We haven’t played Clonduff in a while so we don’t know much about them. I think this is a good thing as we are just focused on our own game. We have trained hard all year and now we are looking forward to the final on Sunday”
The club would ask all supporters to come and support the team on Sunday.

By tyronepro Sat 25th Oct

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