MACRORY / Hogan Cup

March 17, 2023


Comhghairdeas to Omagh CBS who have won the All Ireland Hogan Cup? A excellent performance from the boys and fantastic achievement.

Maith sibh ??

? Hogan Cup Final
(Full Time)

? Omagh CBS 6-16
? Summerhill College 3-8

Man of the match Ruairi McCullagh scored 2.2 in a stunning performance.

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Masita All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Finals

?️ Friday 17th March 2023
?Omagh CBS V Summerhill College Sligo
? Croke Park
⏰ 1pm

?️Online Ticket event ?️
Tickets are now on sale for the Masita All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Finals on the 17th of March in Croke Park. Tickets can be purchased via the below link;

@SportTG4 will live stream the Hogan Cup Final via their YouTube channel.

?Hogan Cup SF (Full Time)?

Omagh CBS 4-15 (27)
Naas CBS 0-7 (7)

Omagh CBS have secured their place in the Hogan Cup Final on St. Patrick’s Day ??


For those of you unable to make it to the Hogan Cup Semi-final game tomorrow, you can watch it live on TG4 Spórt’s YouTube channel.



Holy Trinity, Cookstown 1-6  V Omagh CBS 0-16

Comhghairdeas le Scoil Ghramadaí na mBráithre Críostaí An Omaigh!
Omagh CBS are the
Danske Bank 2022/23 MacRory Cup champions

Man of the Match in today’s Danske Bank MacRory Cup Final was Tomás Haigney of Omagh CBS & St Endas

Here collected the Iggy Jones Trophy from Kevin Heavern of sponsors Danske Bank ??


MacRory Cup Final takes place this Sunday at O’Neill’s Healy Park at 2pm, where the Tyrone Schools Holy Trinity, Cookstown V Omagh CBS will meet for a chance to take home the Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup.

?️ Sunday 12th February 2023
?Holy Trinity, Cookstown V Omagh CBS
? Healy Park
⏰ 2pm

?️Online Ticket event ?️

Live on BBC iPlayer ?

? PROGRAMME 2023 ?

The 2023 Danske Bank MacLarnon and MacRory Cup programme will be available for sale at our Finals on Friday and Sunday. A wonderful souvenir consisting of 96 pages will be £5 cash.

For more information ➡️


Holy Trinity, Cookstown 1-10 V St Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon 1-9
? Saturday 28th January ? Carrickmore  ? 11.30am

Patrician High School,  Carrickmacross 0-10 V Omagh CBS 0-11
? Saturday 28th January ?Gavan Duffy Park  ? 2pm


Omagh CBS 0-11 V St Colman’s College, Newry 0-9
Healy Park 13/01  7:30pm

St Macartan’s College, Monaghan 0-11 V St Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon 2-14
Monaghan 22/01  1pm Gavan Duffy Park

St. Mary’s Grammar, Magherafelt 1-7 V Patrician High School, Carrickmacross 2-5
Ballinderry 14/01  2pm

St Patrick’s College, Maghera 2-5 V Holy Trinity, Cookstown 2-6
Owenbeg 13/01  7:30pm

The last game of the  Danske Bank U19 Quarter Finals for the MacRory cup takes place this Sunday (postponed from Wednesday).

? Sunday 22nd January 2023
?@AcademyDgn V @stmacartans
? Monaghan Harps
? 1:00 pm

?️Tickets available here ➡️

The Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup has reached Quarter Final stage, where St Mary’s Magherafelt will face Patrician Carrickmacross for a place in the Semi Finals ?
? Saturday 14 January 2023
? St. Mary’s Magherafelt V Patrician
? Ballinderry
? 2:00 pm
‼️ Please note that this game is all ticket
Tickets are available here ➡️

The Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup has reached Quarter Final stage, where St Patrick’s Maghera will face Holy Trinity Cookstown in a repeat of the semi final clash from last years competition ?
? Friday 13 January 2023
? St Patrick’s Maghera V Holy Trinity Cookstown
? Owenbeg, Derry GAA
? 7:30pm
‼️ Please note that this game is all ticket
Tickets available here ➡️
Game will be streamed live on UlsterGAATV

The Quarter Finals of the Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup take place this weekend, with CBS Omagh facing St Colman’s Newry at O’Neills Healy Park on Friday night ?

? Friday 13 January 2023
? Omagh CBS V St Colman’s Newry
? O’Neill’s Healy Park
? 7:30pm
Please note that these games are all ticket ‼️
Get your tickets here ⬇️


A busy few days of Playoff action in the Danske Bank MacRory Cup concludes on Monday with the clash of St. Michael’s Enniskillen and St. Patrick’s Academy Dungannon in Derrylin ?
? Monday 09 January 2023
St Michael’s Enniskillen 2-8 V St Patrick’s Academy Dungannon 3-11
? Derrylin GAA
? 2:00pm
Tickets available here ➡️ ?…/danske-bank-macrory…/overview

There is an all-Monaghan GAA clash in the Danske Bank MacRory Cup Playoffs this weekend, when OLSS Castleblayney take on local rivals Patrician Carrickmacross ?
Details below ⏬
? Saturday 07 January 2023
?⬜️ Our Lady’s Castleblayney 0-9  V Patrician Carrickmacross ?? 2-10
? Castleblayney Faughs GFC
? 2:00pm
Tickets available here ➡️
Monaghan GAA | Ulster GAA


Holy Trinity Cookstown and St Patrick’s Cavan will meet in the 2022/23 Danske Bank MacRory Cup Playoffs on Saturday in Cookstown Fr Rocks GFC
Match details, including where to purchase your ticket, below ⏬
? Saturday 07 January 2023
? Holy Trinity Cookstown 2-8  V St Patrick’s Cavan1-7
? Paddy Cullen Park, Cookstown
? 2:00pm
Purchase your tickets online here ⬇️
Cavan County Board | Tyrone GAA | Ulster GAA


The first of the Danske Bank MacRory Cup Playoffs this week is the local derby clash between Abbey CBS and St Colman’s Newry ⭐️

? Thursday 05 January 2023
? ?⬛️? Abbey CBS 1-7 V ?⬜️ St Colman’s Newry  3-8
? Páirc Esler, Newry
? 1:00pm


Playoff games in the 2022/23 Danske Bank MacRory Cup will take place over the next week ?
? Online ticket links will be available in the coming days for each game
Abbey CBS V St Colman’s Newry
Holy Trinity Cookstown V St Patrick’s Cavan
Our Lady’s Castleblayney V Patrician Carrickmacross
St. Michael’s Enniskillen V St. Patrick’s Academy Dungannon
Armagh GAA | Cavan County Board | Down GAA | Fermanagh GAA | Monaghan GAA | Tyrone GAA | Ulster GAA

Arrangements for the play-offs:
Abbey CBS v St Colman’s in Pairc Esler on Thursday 5th January at 1.00pm
Our Lady’s v Patrician on Saturday 7th in Blaney at 2.00pm
Holy Trinity v St Patrick’s Cavan in Cookstown on Saturday 7th at 2.00pm
Enniskillen v the Academy in Derrylin  on Monday 9th at 2.00pm.

? Wednesday 21st December 2022
? Holy Trinity Cookstown V St. Patrick’s, Armagh
⏰ 2pm

? Monday 19th December 2022
? St Marys GSM V St. Patrick’s, Dungannon
? Ballinderry
⏰ 5pm

? Monday 19th December 2022
? Omagh CBS V St Patrick’s Cavan
? Augher
⏰ 12pm

? Friday 9th December 2022
? Abbey CBS V Patrician Carrickmacross
? Magheracloone
⏰ 2pm

? Tuesday 6th December 2022
? St Patrick’s Maghera V Our Lady’s SS Castleblayney
? Derrytresk
⏰ 1:30pm

? Wednesday 30th November 2022
? Abbey CBS V St. Ronan’s Lurgan
? Pairc Esler
⏰ 7pm

? Wednesday 30th November 2022
? Patrician Carrickmacross V St Macartans, Monaghan
? Mitchells
⏰ 2pm

? Wednesday 30th November 2022
? St Marys GSM V Holy Trinity Cookstown
? Fr Rocks
⏰ 1:30 pm

? Tuesday 29th November 2022
? St Patrick’s Cavan V St. Michael’s, Enniskillen
? Derrylin
⏰ 11am

? Tuesday 29th November 2022
? St Eunan’s Letterkenny V SOmagh CBS
? Glenswilly
⏰ 1:30pm

? Saturday 26th November 2022
? St Colman’s Newry V St Patrick’s Maghera
? Eglish
⏰ 11:00am

? Thursday 17th November 2022
? St Marys GSM V St Patrick’s Armagh
? Desertmartin
⏰ 2:00pm

?  Wednesday 16 November 2022
? St Colman’s Newry V Our Lady’s SS Castleblayney
? Pairc Esler
⏰ 11:30am

?  Wednesday 16 November 2022
? Holy Trinity Cookstown V St. Patrick’s, Dungannon
? Eglish
⏰ 7:30pm

?  Wednesday 16 November 2022
? Omagh CBS V St. Michael’s, Enniskillen
? Healy Park
⏰ 8pm

? Tuesday 15th November 2022
? Patrician Carrickmacross V St. Ronan’s Lurgan
? Middletown
⏰ 1:00pm

?  Monday 14 November 2022
? St Eunan’s Letterkenny V St. Patrick’s, Cavan
? Drumquin
⏰ 12:30pm

? Saturday 12 November 2022
?St Macartans, Monaghan V  Abbey CBS
? @MonaghanHarps
⏰ 1:45pm


St. Patrick’s Armagh 0-07
Holy Trinity Cookstown 0-13

?⬜️ St. Mary’s Magherafelt 4-09
?⬜️ St. Patrick’s Academy Dungannon 1-09

St Mary’s Magherafelt booked their place in the knockout stages of the Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup this evening, when a glut of goals helped to see off the challenge of St Patrick’s Academy Dungannon.

The holders will have to wait to see whether they progress in 1st of 2nd place from Section C, with the result of Wednesday’s clash between Holy Trinity Cookstown and St Patrick’s Armagh deciding the finals placings. For Dungannon, it will be the Playoffs in early January for them, as they will finish in either 2nd or 3rd place.

St Mary’s showed they meant business from the off, with an early goal from Richard Drain finding the top corner of the net. Theo Lowe added two early points for the Academy before they were rocked by another goal, this time from full forward Joshua Cassidy. And Cassidy found the net again before the break to give his side a six point lead at Half Time.

Any hopes Dungannon had for working their way back into the game were soon gone, with James Sargent finding the net early in the second half to put Magherafelt in control. Both sides traded frees after that, with Ryan Donnelly on target for the Academy. They also managed to scramble a goal near the end, but nothing could take the gloss off a superb performance from the MacRory Cup holder.

Réiteoir: C Forbes (Ardboe)

Omagh CBS 2-15 V St Patrick’s Cavan 1-6

St. Michael’s Enniskillen 1-8 vSaint Eunan’s Letterkenny 1-03

St Patrick’s Maghera 0-13 V Our Lady’s SS Castleblayney 1-5

Abbey CBS Newry 1-10
St Ronan’s Lurgan 2-07
Eoin Loughran rescued a draw for Abbey CBS when he popped over a free with the last kick of this entertaining Danske Bank MacRory Cup tie in Páirc Esler last night.
It was Abbey’s second draw in the competition and, on balance, they probably deserved it after coming back from goals from St Ronan’s ten minutes apart in the third quarter.
Although Abbey opened up a three points’ lead after 20 minutes with a brace of points each from Eoin Loughran and Rory Powell, two late frees from Ethan McKenna saw the Lurgan side turn over trailing by just 0-4 to 0-3.
A goal from sub Thomas Mellon in the 35th minute put St Ronan’s ahead for the first time, but Loughran (two frees) and Powell levelled matters before they were hit with a second goal from Tom Laverty after 44 minutes.
Although Jamie Powell quickly responded with a goal and a point and Caolán O’Hare added another point to put Abbey two up, Lurgan hit back with three points in the final ten minutes. The last of those scores from Caoimhín Toland looked like winning the game for the visitors until Loughran’s late salvo.
Réiteoir: Martin McNally (Corduff Gaels)
Abbey CBS: J Powell 1-1, E Loughran 0-5, 4 frees, R Powell 0-3, C O’Hare 0-1
St Ronan’s: T Mellon 1-0, T Laverty 1-0, E McKenna 0-3 (fs), P Dowdy, C Henderson, J Austin and C Toland 0-1 each.

Patrician Carrickmacross 0-10
St.Macartan’s Monaghan 1-08
THE key score in the Monaghan GAA derby in Magheracloone Mitchells yesterday afternoon arrived six minutes from time when Dylan Reilly goaled.
That put St Macartan’s into a 1-8 to 0-7 lead after they had traded points throughout with their county neighbours. It opened a gap for the first time. But that gap was almost closed again in a storming finish from Patrician that yielded points for Cian Duffy, Conor Jones and Packie Dougan-Burke.
Scores were at a premium earlier in the game with James Maguire hitting two of the four Carrick nabbed in the first half, while Finlay Foye also struck twice for the Sem and the teams turned around level.
Despite losing a player to a black card for the first ten minutes of the second half, Cian Duffy on three occasions edged Patrician ahead, but each time Tommy Mallon or Foye equalised. Mallon put St Macartan’s ahead just before the arrival of the goal that prompted Patrician’s late rally that came up just short.
Réiteoir: Paul Faloon (Drumgath)

St Macartan’s: Dylan Reilly 1-0, Tommy Mallon 0-3, Finlay Foye 0-3, Sean óg McIlwaine, Ethan Doogan-Ballantine 0-1
Patrician: Cian Duffy 0-5, James Maguire 0-2, Dualta Honey 0-1, Packie Dougan-Burke 0-1, Conor Jones 0-1
Monaghan GAA | Danske Bank | Ulster GAA

Holy Trinity Cookstown 2-11 v St Marys GSM 1-9

St. Michael’s Enniskillen 2-11 v St Patrick’s Cavan 0-6

Saint Eunan’s Letterkenny 0-3 Omagh CBS 4-13

St Colman’s Newry 0-7 V St Patrick’s Maghera 0-8

St Patrick’s Armagh 2-10 V St. Patrick’s Academy Dungannon 2-14

St Marys GSM 4-10
St Patrick’s Armagh 1-12
The final game of Round One in the 2022/23 Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup took place yesterday in Desertmartin GAC, with St Mary’s Magherafelt getting their defence of the title off to a winning start against St Patrick’s Armagh. An early goal from Niall O’Donnell set the holders on their way, with a Conhuir Johnston penalty and a smart finish by Conall Higgins also finding the net.
To their credit, St Patrick’s made life extremely difficult, drawing level with a goal of their own and fine points from John Joe Hughes, James O’Hara and Michael McSorley. Higgins grabbed his second goal of the game towards the end as Magherafelt closed the game out to claim both points on offer.
Derry GAA | Antrim GAA | Armagh GAA | Tyrone GAA

St Colman’s Newry 1-13
Our Lady’s SS Castleblayney 4-06
OLSS Castleblayney made an impressive start to their 2022/23 Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup campaign, when they defeated St Colman’s Newry by two points in Páirc Esler yesterday. The old adage of ‘goals win games’ rang through, with Castleblayney sharp shooter Stephen Mooney scoring two and laying on another one for Max McGinty in the opening half. Cormac O’Reilly and Aaron O’Neill landed five points apiece for the Newry school, but a fourth goal from Bobby McCaul in the closing minutes proved decisive and rounded off a successful opening round for the Monaghan schools in this year’s competition ?
Armagh GAA | Down GAA | Monaghan GAA | Ulster GAA

St. Patrick’s Academy Dungannon 2-10
Holy Trinity Cookstown 2-07
A goal in the first minute and last minute of the contest for St Patrick’s Academy helped them to a solid three point win in this Tyrone GAA derby played out at An Eaglais Naomh Pádraig. Theo Lowe and Sheehan Fay got the important goals for Dungannon, responding to two Michael McElhatton penalties either side of the break for Holy Trinity. Those goals had closed the gap to a point, having trailed by eight towards the end of the first half. But points from Ronan Cassidy, Fiachra Nelis and Ben Cullen helped edge the Academy to victory.
Tyrone GAA | Armagh GAA | Ulster GAA

CBS Omagh 0-15
St. Michael’s Enniskillen 0-07
Omagh CBS opened their Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup campaign with a solid victory over St Michael’s Enniskillen last night at Omagh St. Enda’s. Ruairi McCullagh weighed in with an impressive 0-6 for the hosts, who also had Liam Óg Mossey and Eoin McElholm in fine form. St Michael’s battled bravely throughout, with Conor O’Hanlon involved in much of their good work, but it was the Tyrone men who run out comfortable winners by eight points ?
Tyrone GAA | Fermanagh GAA | Ulster GAA

Patrician Carrickmacross 3-09
St Ronan’s Lurgan 0-09
Patrician Carrickmacross got off to the best possible start in yesterday’s Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup Round One game against St Ronan’s Lurgan at Middletown GAA. Goals from Kian Duffy, James Maguire and Oran Finnegan saw the Monaghan men take control and run out comfortable winners, sending them top of Section B in the process ??
Armagh GAA | Monaghan GAA | Ulster GAA


?? St Patrick’s Cavan 2-14
⬛️? Saint Eunan’s Letterkenny 1-08
There was a strong performance from St Patrick’s Cavan in their opening game of the Danske Bank MacRory Cup yesterday, when they defeated St Eunan’s Letterkenny. Two goals in the opening 20 minutes paved the way for the Cavan side to lead by 10 at the break, and while the Donegal side improved after the break, they had left themselves too far adrift.
Thanks to the Drumquin GAA club for use of their wonderful facilities ??
Cavan County Board | Donegal GAA | Ulster GAA

⬛️? St Macartan’s Monaghan 2-09
?⬛️? Abbey CBS Newry 1-12
The Danske Bank U19 MacRory Cup started on Saturday with a lively draw in Monaghan Harps GAA when Abbey CBS came back from a half-time deficit of nine points to grab a draw with a point from Rory Powell at the start of injury-time.
Abbey also had a player red-carded early in the second half in a game dominated by the wind that had almost nine minutes of injury time at the end, during which there were chances for both teams to grab a winner.
St.Macartan’s got off to a good start with a goal from Luke McManus after ten minutes. They were able to add several good points from play, but their second goal didn’t come until the third minute of injury time when Cormac O’Hanlon blasted to the net.
With the wind behind them, Abbey began to do well early in the second half and a goal and a point from Eoin Loughran brought them right into contention. However after the red card, they struggled to get the momentum going again and were still four points adrift in the 55th minute.
Rory Powell then hit over a long free off the ground and Abbey pressed the remaining kick-outs to keep the pressure on. Loughran brought it down to a single point with two scores and Powell clinched the draw at the start of added time.
St Patrick’s Cavan and St Eunan’s Letterkenny meeting in Drumquin today to begin their campaigns.
St Macartan’s: L McManus 1-3, C O’Hanlon 1-0, T Mallon 0-2, S Arya 0-1, E Doogan-Ballantine 0-1, N Sherlock 0-1, M Finn 0-1
Abbey CBS: E Loughran 1-8, R Powell 0-2, J Crummey 0-1, C O’Hare 0-1.
Armagh GAA | Down GAA | Monaghan GAA | Ulster GAA