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By tyronepro Sat 17th Aug

Tyrone Camogie news
Tyrone Camogie news

Championship was the order of the week for most of the clubs in the county. On Monday Dungannon hosted Derrylaughan in the under 14 semi-final. Dungannon got off to a great start and took a well-deserved lead early on and they were able to capitalise on some excellent play. In the second half Derrylaughan stemmed the flow somewhat but it was the home side that progressed to the final. They will play Eglish on Saturday 24th August at 11:00am at a venue yet to be decided. The final will be is a repeat of last year’s and the Feile final earlier on this year.
In the under 16 category Dungannon travelled to Edendork on Friday. It was the home team that were the stronger on the day and they progressed with a convincing win. The team will play Eglish on September 9th in what must be one of the eagerly anticipated ties of the year with both teams possessing some excellent players.
The minor championship is in the preliminary round stage and it starts with last year’s finalist’s Dungannon and Derrylaughan who will battle it out for a place in the semi-final on September 6th. The match is in Stewartstown at 6:45pm on Monday and both teams have many talented players on their squad.
The under 14 league will conclude on Tuesday evening as Dungannon travel to Carrickmore and a win for the visitors will wrap up the league for them. The match is at 7:00pm at Pair Colmcille.
There will be another Go games Blitz this year hosted by Carrickmore. It will be for the u6, u8, and u10 age groups and will start at 2:30pm on Saturday 24th August in Pairc Colmcille. The co-ordinator is Bríd Uí Dhonnghaile and all clubs are asked to contact her and confirm their attendance and age groups.
The County under 14’s continued their training on Saturday mornings in Edendork. The team have home advantage on August 31st when they welcome Donegal to Garvaghey at 1:00pm in the Ulster shield semi-final. This age group in the County is very strong. It has always been the main focus for the team to go one better than last year’s side as they lost narrowly in the championship final to Cavan. There will be no training this Saturday as many of the players are playing in the under 14 championship final.
Eglish seniors will play the winners of the Armagh championship on September 29th in their opening Ulster ties. This year’s Ulster senior B intermediate championship is a three way affair with the Down championship winners also vying for the Ulster title.
In the Ulster Junior B championship Naomh Treasa will play the Cavan championship winners on September 22nd. It was good news as the Dungannon side will have home advantage.

By tyronepro Sat 17th Aug

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