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Coláiste Claim More Silverware. More silverware came the way of Coláiste Oiriall on Friday, May 17 in The Loop, Derry, when the Boys U13½ team defeated Ballycastle Cross and Passion College in the Ulster final. For their victory they were presented by the Referee, Anthony Campbell, with the Fr. Mallon Cup, which was accepted by Captain, Neal Ó Coigligh. Coláiste began well though Ballycastle kept coming back and staying within range of the Monaghan lads. The second half looked as if the opposition was going to even the score but Coláiste showed their metal by coming back strongly again and putting the game beyond Cross and Passion. There were some excellent performances from the Monaghan side especially Padraig Ó Corragáin, Niall Ó Miocháin and Sé Ó Ceallaigh but there was great support from all the rest. Padraig Ó Corragáin was for me the Man-of-the Match. Well done to the team and their mentors for a great win.
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Coláiste Claim More Silverware. More silverware came the way of Coláiste Oiriall on Friday, May 17 in The Loop, Derry, when the Boys U13½ team defeated Ballycastle Cross and Passion College in the Ulster final. For their victory they were presented by the Referee, Anthony Campbell, with the Fr. Mallon Cup, which was accepted by Captain, Neal Ó Coigligh. Coláiste began well though Ballycastle kept coming back and staying within range of the Monaghan lads. The second half looked as if the opposition was going to even the score but Coláiste showed their metal by coming back strongly again and putting the game beyond Cross and Passion. There were some excellent performances from the Monaghan side especially Padraig Ó Corragáin, Niall Ó Miocháin and Sé Ó Ceallaigh but there was great support from all the rest. Padraig Ó Corragáin was for me the Man-of-the Match. Well done to the team and their mentors for a great win.
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