Tackling Matters: Winners and losers in 2014


The 2014 league season wrapped up and as is par for the course for most clubs it has been a question of underachievement. For at the end of the day there’s only going to be one winner.

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Teemore men were right to bring about ‘Apocalypse Now’


The coach from the Ulster Council was ashen faced. Bodies were splayed across the gym floor of St Michael’s as a request to create a simple straight forward drill had turned into something rather apocalyptic. I blamed the men from Teemore.

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Three is the magic number for Shamrocks


The pursuit of goals is an obsession verging on addiction for Roslea. And it’s hard to argue with them when their three majors here proved the winning of the game.

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Familiar feel to final day


In the heyday of Enniskillen’s championship dominance, the all-powerful Gaels were to sweep the rest of the clubs aside with a remarkable six successive victories.

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Devenish need to beware Teemore’s pedigree


Devenish maybe the side who have the superior league finishing spot, but they will be keenly aware that Teemore’s indifferent league performance will have absolutely no bearing on how this game is going to pan out.

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Derrygonnelly dumped out by Teemore


When it comes to the championship league form can mean very little and the truism of that was all too evident in this tie between Teemore and Derrygonnelly.

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