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Errigal Ciarán are Tyrone champions again on a day when a number of finals were down for decision

Updated: Sunday, 07 Oct 2012 20:24

Enda McGinley holds the cup aloft as Errigal Ciarán celebrate
Enda McGinley holds the cup aloft as Errigal Ciarán celebrate

Errigal Ciarán landed a first Tyrone county title since 2006 dethroning holders Dromore on a scoreline of 0-13  to 0-08, with Tommy Canavan scoring 0-07 as the Ballygawley Club lifted a seventh crown.

In Wexford, Redmond Barry was the star man for St. Anne's - hitting 1-8 as they beat Castletown by 2-14 to 0-08 Points.

In Aughrim, a late Donnie Fitzgerald point in injury time secured a first Wicklow title since 2006 for St. Patrick's who overcame Baltinglass by 1-12 to 0-14.

Mullahoran won the Cavan replay defeating Kingscourt - thanks mainly to a Philip Brady goal that gave them a 1-08 to 0-07 victory while in Louth St. Patrick's claimed a fifth title in 10 years with 1-13 to 0-07 victory over Dreadnots.

In Connacht, Adrian Marren top scored in the Sligo final with ten points as Curry defeated St. Mary's 1-16 to 1-10.

In neighbouring Leitrim, Billy Gavigan managed Melvin Gaels to glory as the Kinlough men defeated Glencar Manorhamilton 2-7 to 0-07.