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The annual BC Tournament in memory of the late Brendan Colton, Emyvlae, took place at Tully on Saturday, September 21st. 29 U11 teams from Monaghan and surrounding counties participated in a fantastic day of football and friendship. To plan and implement a huge event like this demands a big team on dedicated volunteers and they were all there under the leadership of Martin O’Brien and his team and the Colton family played a central role in the event. The teams involved were Magheacloone x 2, Truagh x2, Letterkenny x 2, Fintona x 2, Glencar x 2, Kill, Clones, Drumhowan, St. Kevins, Clogher, Omagh, Newtownbutler, Aghabog, Emyvale x 2, Aghaloo, Scotstown, Kildreas, Monaghan Harps, Middletown, Pearse Og, Leitrim, Eskra, and Tyholland. After a day of energetic and committed football Kildress defeated Magheracloone in the Cup final and Magheracloone were awared the trophy in the Skills Competition. The Shield final was an all-Tyrone affair with Omagh getting the victory over Aghaloo. A big Well Done to all the participants and workers on a well run and very enjoyable event.
The annual BC Tournament in memory of the late Brendan Colton, Emyvlae, took place at Tully on Saturday, September 21st. 29 U11 teams from Monaghan and surrounding counties participated in a fantastic day of football and friendship. To plan and implement a huge event like this demands a big team on dedicated volunteers and they were all there under the leadership of Martin O’Brien and his team and the Colton family played a central role in the event. The teams involved were Magheacloone x 2, Truagh x2, Letterkenny x 2, Fintona x 2, Glencar x 2, Kill, Clones, Drumhowan, St. Kevins, Clogher, Omagh, Newtownbutler, Aghabog, Emyvale x 2, Aghaloo, Scotstown, Kildreas, Monaghan Harps, Middletown, Pearse Og, Leitrim, Eskra, and Tyholland. After a day of energetic and committed football Kildress defeated Magheracloone in the Cup final and Magheracloone were awared the trophy in the Skills Competition. The Shield final was an all-Tyrone affair with Omagh getting the victory over Aghaloo. A big Well Done to all the participants and workers on a well run and very enjoyable event.