Clogher Vs Brocagh – 2012 Tyrone GAA Junior Football Championship

Brocagh Emmetts overcame a valiant effort from Clogher Eire Óg on Friday night in the second Tyrone Junior Football Championship tie in Eglish. Brocagh started off very well with 3 points in the opening minutes from Michael Hughes and Ciaran Campbell but Clogher soon responded with scores from Darragh Kavanagh and Ciaran Shields to leave them 0-06 to 0-03 ahead at half time.

In the second half, Brocagh’s Paul O’Neill managed to get the ball across the Clogher line to and with more points from Michael Hughes they took a 1-06 to 0-08 lead. Darragh Kavanagh and Ciaran Shields hit further scores for the Clogher Valley men and as the sun began to set over Eglish and as it looked to be heading for a replay, Michael Hughes stepped up and kicked the ball over the bar to give Brocagh an injury time victory. Full time score; Clogher 0-12 Brocagh 1-10.

The Clogher Eire Og senior team.

 

The Brocagh Emmetts senior team 2012.

 

Michael Carolan attacks for Brocagh.

 

Ciaran Donnelly runs at pace at the Clogher defence.

 

 

 

Michael Carolan holds off Marc Tierney.

 

Barry Mc Kenna bends to collect the ball.

 

Ciaran Campbell composes himself to take a free for Brocagh.

 

Paul Mc Elroy clears the ball in the Clogher defence.

 

 

 

 

Darragh Kavanagh holds onto the ball despite losing his footing.

 

Paul Tierney fists the ball into the square.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ciaran Shields attacks for Clogher.

 

Darragh Kavanagh scores for Clogher to level the game.

 

 

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