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19/10/2021

PEN PICS: Meet the St Patrick's Maghera Corn na nÓg squad

Derry side face another Omagh showdown

St Patrick's Maghera face Omagh CBS in Saturday's Corn na nÓg Final (Derrytresk 1.00), as they bid to land a fourth football title of their school careers.

In Year 8, this group of players edged out Omagh in an epic final of the Oisin McGrath Cup and when the Patrick O'Farrell Cup came around, Maghera needed a late penalty and extra time to take the title.

Last season they beat Omagh in the D'Alton Cup semi-final, before an emphatic win over Cavan in the decider.

Maghera's path to the Saturday's final...
St Patrick’s Maghera 6-15
St Michael’s Enniskillen 2-9

St Patrick’s Maghera 6-15
OLSS Castleblayney 3-8

St Patrick’s Maghera 2-10
St Joseph’s Donaghmore 0-9

QUARTER-FINAL
St Patrick’s Maghera 7-17
St Patrick’s Armagh 0-6

SEMI-FINAL
St Patrick’s Maghera 7-9
St Colman’s Newry 3-9

Maghera squad
Conleth McCallion Greenlough
Ruairi McErlean Bellaghy
Colman Bradley Castledawson
Bobby Butcher Dungiven
Tiernan McCormack Moneyglass
Fionn McEldowney Slaughtneil
Danny McDermott Glen
Dara McPeake Ballinascreen
Tom Quinn Bellaghy
Finbarr McShane Bellaghy
Shea Birt Greenlough
Antain Donnelly Ballinascreen
Conor Coyle Slaughtneil
Ciaran Chambers Bellaghy
Conor Downey Lavey
Cormac McCloskey Drum
Cillian Moore Greenlough
Rory McGonigle Glen
Eamonn Hasson Glenullin
Senan Lockhart Banagher
Lee O'Neill Greenlough
Eoin Mulholland Slaughtneil
Johnny McGuckin Glen
Shea Walsh Swatragh
Ben Murray Glen
Charlie Cushnahan Bellaghy
Oisin O'Kane Swatragh
Cahir McCoriston Ballinascreen
John Scullion Bellaghy
Odhran McElhinney Dungiven
Sean Cunningham Foreglen

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