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Carmen Stateside:
They still with them alright, they wouldn't appear for county training so I think they were asked to stay away.

O'Neill's have started stocking merchandise of our club here

Screenexile - I know you will want some

Carmen Stateside:
Senior football

Goals the clincher - Tyrone 5-14 Leitrim 1-08

Tyrone used the brilliance of Anthony McConville and Gregory Jordon to completely dominate Leitrim. The two combined for a total of 3-11 over the hour and were unmarkable. Leitrim had a 1-03 to 0-02 lead when Rory Woods converted a penalty after Cian Maher was fouled but then the magicians went to work. They both had first half goals as well as a brace of McConville points to push their team into a 2-05 to 1-05 half time lead. They continued the tirade in the second half. Pa Ryan made a great save on the full forward to stem the tide but the score of the game arrived when a long Jordon pass was pulled down by McConville who flicked to Conor McNabb who fired to the net. They added a further 2-06 to 0-01 as the game turned into a free scoring easy victory.

Leitrim 1 Pa Ryan 2 Mike Creegan 3 Kevin Meaney  4 Pat Glynn  5 Aiden Power (0-01)  6 Garth Bradshaw (0-01)7 Cathel Matthews 8 Eoghan Carew 9 Cian Maher 10 Ray O’Connor (0-01) 11 Paul McComiskey (0-01) 12 Dan Sullivan 13 Brian O’Connor 14 Rory Woods (1-02) 15 Dave Harvey Sub Rory Redican

Tyrone 1 Anthony O’Donaghue 2 Joe Bell  3 Johnny Jordon 4 Naill Maguire 5 Darren O’Hagan 6 Damo O’Sullivan 7 Liam Carthy  8 Conor McNabb (1-00)9 Darren Doherty 10 Ciaran McCoy 11 Phil Toner (0-02)12 Mattie Jordon 13 Peader McMahon (1-01)14 Anthony McConville (1-09)15 Greg Jordon (2-02) Subs John Power Michael Gallagher 

Man of the Match Greg Jordon (Tyrone)

Referee Martin O’Connor

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St Vincents retained their Toronto Senior Championship yesterday with a 2-10 to 0-7 victory over St Mikes.  :D

Some weekend at the North American finals in Cleveland. San Francisco Ulster beat Boston Connemara Gaels in the senior football final. San Francisco Na Fianna beat Boston Tipp in the senior hurling final making it three-in-a-row for them. Great games in the lower grades where the players are all or mostly American-born and where the crowd makes ten times the noise because they're actually from the cities the teams represent.

Kudos to the local Cleveland GAA community who put on a great show and were very hospitable, raising the bar for anyone hosting the playoffs in future.

I'll post all the results in the morning. Goodnight from Ohio!


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