The Cumann na mBunscol Mini 7s finals day took place on Monday at Brewster Park with a number of Fermanagh’s school sides competing in the competition.

After a qualifying blitz, St. Mary’s, Maguiresbridge, St. Mary’s, Newtownbutler, Integrated PS and St. Mary’s, Teemore all qualified for the tournament while St. Macartan’s, Aghadrumsee, St. Martin’s, Garrison, St. Mary’s, Tempo and St. Mary’s, Teemore all made the cut for the girls' side.

In the opening match of the girls' side, St. Martin’s came out on top against St. Macartan’s thanks to goals from Megan McGowan (2) and Ella Murphy.

St. Mary’s, Tempo played St. Mary’s, Teemore in the second match-up, and would eventually meet in the final.

Tempo came out 3-05 to 3-01 winners with Teemore’s Ellie Flanagan netting a hat-trick.

Teemore then claimed wins over the Garrison side and St. Macartan’s to book their place in the final against Tempo.

The two St. Mary’s sides met for a repeat of last year's final and it was the girls wearing green and white that strode to victory with a second successive year.

Ellie Flanagan helped herself to another two goals with Kayla Fitzpatrick also netting and Gracie Quinlan tagging on points.

Rua Breen and Milly Flynn stood out for Tempo, but Teemore raced to the title for another year.

Newtownbutler and Maguiresbridge met in the boy's opener in a St. Mary’s showdown with Newtownbutler running out 4-02 to 2-03 winners as goals from Callum Woods (2) and one each from Tiernan Kelly and Darragh Smyth were enough.

A Harry Watters hat-trick led Integrated to a win over Maguiresbridge in the second game while Alfie McCabe grabbed the other goal in a 4-04 to 2-04 win.

Teemore defeated Integrated by two goals in their group game before Integrated bounced back with a win over St. Mary’s, Newtownbutler as Alfie McCabe and Tom McCreesh each bagged a pair of goals with Seanie Gallagher and Luca Benny Fitzpatrick also on the goal trail.

Darragh Smyth bagged a hat-trick of goals for Newtownbutler, with Alfie Crudden claiming the other goal in a 6-05 to 4-01 defeat.

The final would be played between Integrated and St. Mary’s with the Teemore side claiming the win to make it a double on the day.

Sean Flanagan, Joe Curry and Davin Quaile netted goals for Teemore with Tom McCreesh and Alfie McCabe leading a strong Integrated P.S. display as they both kicked three points each with Harry Watters splitting the posts for their other.

Integrated lost out in another final having lost the last 7’s but it would be a day to remember for St. Mary’s, Teemore as they made it a double.