IT was a case of Ladies first as competitive gaelic games returned to Tyrone for the first time since the lockdown to halt the spread of coronavirus came into effect four months ago.
Games in the Tyrone LGFA Leagues were the first to throw-in across the Red Hand county this evening, marking a welcome development in the easing of restrictions.
There were also matches in the Tyrone U-14 Hurling League, as the build-up continues to Sunday’s full round of fixtures in the All-County League.
Although spectators were not permitted to attend the games, there was certainly no shortage of enthusiasm of excitement across Divisions One, Two and Three and the Junior B League.
Top billing, of course, went to the reigning county champions, St Macartan’s who travelled to Donaghmore and the derby meeting of Errigal Ciaran and Killeeshil. It finished 3-9 to 1-12 in favour of Killeeshil.
Aghyaran comprehensively defeat Omagh, Moortown were winners over Aghaloo, Beragh defeated Clann Na nGael
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