Massive weekend of sport in Tyrone

Connor McAliskey will be hoping to lead Clonoe to victory over Ballinderry on Sunday

Connor McAliskey will be hoping to lead Clonoe to victory over Ballinderry on Sunday

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There’s a huge weekend of local sport ahead with GAA, rugby, soccer and cycling amongst the highlights.

Fresh from claiming the Tyrone Senior title last Sunday, Clonoe O’Rahillys meet Ballinderry Shamrocks in Celtic Park, Derry in the preliminary round of the Ulster Club Championship.

The footballers of Killeeshil will bid for the Tyrone Junior title on Sunday in Omagh at 1.30pm when they meet Loughmacrory while Eskra and Urney will do battle for Intermediate honours at 3.30pm.

It’s also a big day for the young GAA players of Ardboe and Errigal Ciaran as they contest the Grade One county final while Aghaloo and Fintona go in search of the Grade Two title.

Dungannon Rugby Club have a big job on their hands tomorrow afternoon as they seek to bounce back from a hammering last week by City of Derry.

The men in blue and white will be expected to be considerably stronger for this Ulster Senior Cup clash.

Dungannon Swifts will be hoping to to some indifferent form behind them when they meet Coleraine at Stangmore Park.

In the same end of town Island Wheeler Cycling Club will host the next round of the Ulster Cyclocross League at Windmill Wood.

Read all about this and more in Monday’s Tyrone Times