Loughmacrory Vs Brocagh – 2013 Tyrone GAA Junior Club Championship, First Round

My first game of the weekend took part in Healy Park, Omagh on Friday evening when Loughmacrory took on Brocagh in the Tyrone JFC first round.

Loughmacrory were comfortably ahead at half time on a scoreline of 1-05 to 0-03 thanks to scores from Ronan Ward, Sean Pol Slane and Brendan Donaghy but Brocagh gradually came back into it in the second half and really applied the pressure in the final 10 minutes with scores coming from the boot of Michael Hughes who actually drew them level. Brocagh nearly caused a real upset when a last minute goal chance went narrowly wide but Loughmacrory added 2 late points to seal the game and progress to the quarter finals.

Full time score; Loughmacrory 1-09 Brocagh 0-10.

 

Brocagh's Sean Mc Fall comes under pressure from Loughmacrory.

Brocagh’s Sean Mc Fall comes under pressure from Loughmacrory.

 

Loughmacrory's Conor Fullen plays the ball forward.

Loughmacrory’s Conor Fullen plays the ball forward.

 

My favourite pic of the day!

My favourite pic of the day!

 

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Enda Ward is tackled from behind.

Enda Ward is tackled from behind.

 

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Mark Mc Cullagh gets rid of the ball before the challenge from Brocagh's Patrick Bell.

Mark Mc Cullagh gets rid of the ball before the challenge from Brocagh’s Patrick Bell.

 

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Loughmacrory's Brendan Donaghy keeps his balance.

Loughmacrory’s Brendan Donaghy keeps his balance.

 

Patrick Canavan and Pearse Gallagher jump for the ball.

Patrick Canavan and Pearse Gallagher jump for the ball.

 

Barry Donnelly counter attacks for Brocagh.

Barry Donnelly counter attacks for Brocagh.

Both teams struggle to win the ball.

Both teams struggle to win the ball.

 

Loughmacrory hold back the attacks from Brocagh in the last few minutes.

Loughmacrory hold back the attacks from Brocagh in the last few minutes.

 

Justin Campbell's goal shot goes narrowly wide.

Justin Campbell’s goal shot goes narrowly wide.

 

 

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