Errigal Ciaran Vs Omagh – 2012 Tyrone GAA Senior Championship, Quarter Final

Errigal Ciaran became the last team to make up the 2012 Tyrone Senior Championship semi-finalists after they defeated Omagh St Endas on Sunday evening in Carrickmore.

Omagh got of to the perfect start in the third minute when Jason Mc Anulla found Conor Clarke and he blasted the ball into the net for an early St Endas lead. Errigal Ciaran didn’t panic however and they responded with 6 points of their own in the first half from Davy Harte, Peter Harte and Thomas Canavan followed by an Enda Mc Ginley goal just before HT to ensure Errigal went in 1-08 to 1-02 up at the break.

The second half was a lot more disjointed but despite another early goal from Omagh’s Hugh Gallagher, Errigal maintained their momentum and kept adding scores courtesy of Damian Mc Dermott and Peter Harte. Omagh never looked like threatening the game again and Ronan Mc Guckin’s Errigal Ciaran side moved into the Tyrone SFC semi-finals.

Full time score; Errigal Ciaran 1-10 Omagh St Endas 2-04

Errigal Ciaran will now take on neighbours Carrickmore in the Tyrone SFC semi-final while Dromore and Killyclogher will contest the second semi-final.

Omagh St Endas stand for the national anthem.

 

The Errigal Ciaran senior team.

 

Jason Mc Anulla finds Omagh’s Conor Clarke.

 

Conor Clarke blasts the ball into the net to give Omagh an early lead.

 

Cormac Mc Ginley claims the ball for Errigal Ciaran.

 

Jason Mc Anulla attacks ahead of Enda Mc Ginley.

 

 

Justin Mc Mahon is pulled back by Thomas Canavan.

 

Errigal Ciaran manager Ronan Mc Guckin.

 

Enda Mc Ginley scores Errigal Ciaran’s only goal of the game.

 

Damian Mc Dermott tries to shake off the Omagh defence.

 

 

 

Damian Mc Dermott fists the ball forward.

 

Shane Hackett in action for Errigal Ciaran.

 

Ronan Mc Rory creates another Errigal Ciaran attack.

 

Ronan Mc Rory shoots for Errigal Ciaran.

 

Conor Clarkes clears the ball in the Omagh back line.

 

 

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