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LISTEN: Corrigan demands more as St Michael’s progress

St Michael’s, Enniskillen boss, Dom Corrigan

St Michael’s, Enniskillen got the better of St Patrick’s, Cavan this afternoon, but only after overturning a 1-2 to 0-8 half-time deficit.

Derrygonnelly was the venue for this MacRory Cup play-off clash with a quarter-final bout against St Pat’s Maghera at stake.

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The Drumclay side hit an early goal in the second half, before the sending off of Kyle Tyler for St Pat’s helped tipped the balance in their favour.

The Cavan men continued to battle, but St Michael’s played disciplined football to claim a deserved 2-11 to 0-13.

Nevertheless, with St Pat’s Maghera boss Dermot McNicholl watching on, Dom Corrigan knows that his side will need more of the second half performance and a lot less of the first if they are to get the better of the Derry college.

See next week’s FERMANAGH HERALD for a full match report.


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