Tyrone senior football final result: Coalisland 1-13 0-16 Killyclogher

Killyclogher's Mark Bradley attempts to spin away from Coalisland's Michael McKernan
Mark Bradley and Michael McKernan will be in opposition again in the Tyrone SFC replay

The Tyrone Football final ended in an exciting 1-13 to 0-16 draw as Nathan Donnelly hit a Killyclogher equaliser in the fourth minute of injury-time.

Mark Bradley's free put Killyclogher ahead with two minutes left but scores from Peter McGahan and Plunkett Kane appeared to have won it for Coalisland.

However after Stephen McNally missed another Coalisland chance, Donnelly fisted a leveller deep in injury-time.

Cathaoir Quinn hit Coalisland's goal just after half-time.

Quinn's goal put the nine-time winners 1-8 to 0-10 ahead after they had led 0-8 to 0-7 at half-time.

There was also a draw in the Cavan Football final as Castlerahan fought back from six points down with seven minutes of normal time left to force a 3-8 to 2-11 draw against Ramor United.

The Tyrone finalists were level on 10 occasions in a game played in front of a crowd of 8,835 at Healy Park.

Wind-assisted Killyclogher took some time to settle, but went in front through Mark Bradley, and maintained the advantage for much of the first half, with James Carlin and Conall McCann also on target.

But Coalisland hit a strong of scores, through Brian Toner, Niall Kerr and Dermot Thornton to go in front for the first time in the 26th minute.

They lead by 0-8 to 0-7 at the break, but Killyclogher made a fast start to the second half, going back in front through Bradley and Simon O'Neill.

However, they conceded a goal and lost a man in the space of a minute. Cathaoir Quinn smashed home the only three-pointer of the game, and Gary Wallace, who had already been booked, picked up a black card.

However, they responded with another couple of scores from substitute O'Neill, and led by two going into the final quarter.

Coalisland dug deep, and two Peter McGahan scores put them in pole position, before Kane and Donnelly traded those late points in a gripping finale.The teams were level on ten occasions, and that's how they finished in front of a crowd of 8,835 at Healy Park.


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Killyclogher 0-16 1-13 Coalisland

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