Goals from Aodan McCallion and John Boyle saw St Colm's Draperstown complete an U14 football and hurling double, as they saw off Belfast's La Salle in Wednesday's Brother Mallon Shield hurling final at Slemish Park in Ballymena.

It adds to the Gerry Brown football title, won earlier in the season.  The U14 camogs won the Ulster title, with the ladies footballers also reached the final where they were beaten by Coláiste Feirste.

After total control in the opening stages, St Colm's struggled for scores until Eoin Donnelly opened the scoring after six minutes.  It sparked a scoring spree, with Donnelly's long ball finished to the net by John Boyle, who started the game with captain Andrew McBride's back injury kept him out of the starting line-up.

Points from Aodan McCallion, Donnelly and Conan Bradley had the Derry side in control by half-time, 1-8 to 1-0.

After the interval McCallion hit 1-1 in the opening six minutes, against the breeze, to put St Colm's firmly in the driving seat and on their way to a 2-12 to 1-1 victory.

St Colm's Draperstown: Ben O’Connor, Riain O’Hagan, Eoghan McNicholl, Caolan Fullerton, Kevan Donnelly, Conor Shiels (0-1), Joe McKenna (0-1), Marc Wilson (0-1), Eoin Donnelly (0-3), Jamie Lee McGlade, Aodhan McCallion (1-4, 1f), Conan Bradley (0-1), Conor Boyle, Fergal Bradley, John Boyle (1-0).
Subs: Andrew McBride, Sean Donnelly, Aaron McKenna, Joseph McCullagh, Jack Kelly, James McDaid, Shea McAllister, Ben McWilliams, Lorcan Bradley, Kieran Hasson (0-1), Patrick Higgins, Michael McKenna, Johnny McDaid.

Full coverage in next week's County Derry Post.

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