U16 represent Antrim in the Paul McGirr Tournament this weekend

November 9th, 2016 | Latest News, Mens U-16

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The U16 Lads, after winning the South Antrim, and the All County Titles head to Dromore, Country Tyrone this Saturday to take part in the prestigious Paul McGirr Ulster Championship.

This tournament is contested between all of the County Champions of the nine counties of Ulster. Teams taking part this year include Magherafelt O’Donovan Rossa (Derry),  Clann Eireann (Armagh), Killeshil (Tyrone),  Crosserlough (Cavan) Warrenpoint (Down) Aughnamullen (Co. Monaghan) St Eunans, (Donegal) and  Derrygonnelly Harps (Fermanagh).

St Brigids are taking part for the second time, two years ago our lads were beaten finalists, so this year they are aiming to go one better. That said they are up against the cream of Ulster Football.  First up is Down Champions Warrenpoint, who were impressive in their first game against Aughnamullen. They will certainly give St Brigids  a tough game on Saturday.

Throw in at Gardrum Park, Dromore. Co Tyrone at 2:30 pm. Get up to Dromore to support the boys.

(St Eunans vs Derrygonnelly on at 12pm).

 

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