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Spurned chances cost Enniskillen college side dearly

Dom Corrigan’s side were to lose out in a tight encounter

St Michael’s Enniskillen 0-5  
St Patrick’s Maghera 0-7

St Michael’s surrendered their MacRory Cup crown to the side whom they defeated in last season’s decider in what proved to be a pulsating quarter final tussle at Dunmoyle on Saturday afternoon.

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In the end it was to be the anticipated result but this was a contest which certainly didn’t live up to pre match expectation. Instead of a routine assignment for a Maghera side this was to be a desperately close run thing for the Derry side and in fact they were fortunate to scramble their way into the semi final.

The Enniskillen side’s points came from Lee Brennan (4) and Jack McCann.

St Michaels
Ryan McNulty; Shane Mimna; James Allen; Martin Beggan; James McMahon; Shane O’Hara; Kealan Kelly; Colin Logan; Conor McCauley; Kevin Curran; Lee Brennan; Jack McCann; Conor Smith; Ciaran Corrigan; Daire Gallagher; Subs; S McGullion; Sean Michael Breen;Danny Leonard;Eunan Gillen

St Patricks
Ciaran McCloy; Paul McNeill; Declan Hughes; Oisin Hegarty; Cathal Mullholland; Conor Carville; Peter Hagan; James Kearney; Peter Cassidy; Neil McNicholl; Gerard Bradley; Stephen O’Hara; Niall Toner; Conor Murphy; Danny Tallon; Subs; Padraig Cassidy; Conor Glass; Conor Convery; Conor Gallagher;
Referee; Martin McNally Monaghan

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