St.Ciaran's play in Corke Park for the first time in the All-Ireland Senior B Final

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by Gráinne Connolly

St Ciaran's Ballygawley take on Ballinrobe Community side tomorrow in the All-Ireland Senior B Final. 

It'll be the Ulster sides first time to play in Croke Park. 

One of the managers Brendan Traynor says it's a great achievement for the boys to get this far, especially after winning the McLarnon Cup on St.Patrick's day:


Mr Traynor says the team have been preparing well and that the boys know what they have to do going in to the game: 

The school has been receiving support from people all over Tyrone, including business men, Tyrone's Mattie Donnelly and Tyrone GAA legend, Peter Canavan. 

He wished them well through social media. 

Throw in for the game is at 2pm tomorrow in Croke Park, Dublin.

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