Clonoe Vs Eglish – 2013 Tyrone GAA Senior Club Championship, Quarter Final

After 3 weeks since their first round Tyrone SFC win over Greencastle, Eglish were up against Clonoe in the quarter finals on Sunday evening in Dungannon.

It was a fairly one sided affair with Clonoe’s nippy forwards of Paul Coney, Danny McNulty and Connor McAliskey creating all sorts of problems in the first half for Eglish. Danny McNulty scored the only goal of the game giving them a 1-09 to 0-04 lead at HT. The second half continued in the same vein as Connor McAliskey added further points for the Rahillys giving them a comprehensive 8 point win.

Full time score; Clonoe 1-17 Eglish 0-12.

Clonoe O'Rahillys are now in the Tyrone SFC and will face Errigal Ciaran this weekend.

Clonoe O’Rahillys are now in the Tyrone SFC and will face Errigal Ciaran this weekend.

 

The Eglish team line out in O'Neill Park, Dungannon.

The Eglish team line out in O’Neill Park, Dungannon.

 

Shane O'Hagan moves away from the Eglish pack.

Shane O’Hagan moves away from the Eglish pack.

 

Paul Coney gets around Eglish goalkeeper Steven Colton.

Paul Coney gets around Eglish goalkeeper Steven Colton.

 

But loses his footing before getting a shot in.

But loses his footing before getting a shot in.

 

Connor McAliskey holds the ball away from Emmett McKenna.

Connor McAliskey holds the ball away from Emmett McKenna.

 

PJ Lavery paces up the field for Clonoe.

PJ Lavery paces up the field for Clonoe.

 

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Eglish goalkeeper Steven Colton collides with Danny McNulty.

Eglish goalkeeper Steven Colton collides with Danny McNulty.

 

Clonoe's Danny McNulty takes a shot.

Clonoe’s Danny McNulty takes a shot.

 

Leaping to great heights in midfield.

Leaping to great heights in midfield.

 

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Danny McNulty rounds the Eglish goalkeeper to score the only goal of the game.

Danny McNulty rounds the Eglish goalkeeper to score the only goal of the game.

 

Clonoe's Danny McNulty celebrates his goal.

Clonoe’s Danny McNulty celebrates his goal.

 

Mickey O'Neill remains cool in the Clonoe box.

Mickey O’Neill remains cool in the Clonoe box.

 

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