The Brian Óg Maguire Sevens was once again a big success with St. Gall’s, Newtownbutler and Aughadrumsee lifting the prizes following a fantastic day of Sevens football at Emmett Park.
Sevens kingpins St. Gall’s from Belfast claimed the main title as they retained the Mens title, defeating host club Lisnaskea Emmetts in the final while Newtownbutler and Aughadrumsee won the Boys and Girls U14 titles respectively.
Collie McCaffrey, a member of the tournament organising committee, was delighted with how the day.
“Everything went really well both on and off the pitch. There is a lot of work that goes into running the day and I would like to thank Brendan Fitzpatrick, Tony Martin, Ryan Glancy, Barry McGoldrick and all the workers who helped out throughout the day as it takes a lot of hard work to ensure that the it runs smoothly.
“On the pitch there was some great football played and congratulations to all the winners.
“It was a very fitting tribute to Brian Óg in that it was a good day’s sport, a good day’s craic and a good night also,” said Collie.
Results Mens’ Winners: St. Gall’s, Belfast Mens’ Runner Up: Lisnaskea U14 Boys’ Winners:Newtownbutler U14 Boys’ Runner Up: Bryansford U14 Girls’ Winners: Aughadrumsee U14 Girls’ Runner Up: Drumgoon Mens’ Player of the Tournament: Michael Pollock (St. Gall’s) U14 Boys’ Player of the Tournament: Diarmuid King (Newtownbutler) U14 Girls’ Player of the Tournament: Aoife McCabe (Aughadrumsee)