CLOGHER Valley coach David Black insists his team must make home advanatge count when they lock horns with Connemara in the quarter-finals of the All Ireland Junior Cup at the Cran on Saturday.
Accies super sub Scott Elliott makes a break against Ballynahinch on Saturday during their Junior Cup quarter final...
Omagh Accies’ Mark Smyth WHILE winning Qualifying League Two remains the ultimate ambition for Omagh Accies this...
Academy 15 Omagh Accies 20 OMAGH Accies continued their perfect start to the season, when they travelled...
EXPERIENCE proved to be the decisive factor at the Cran on Saturday afternoon as Clogher Valley advanced to the next round of the All Ireland Junior Cup on back of a two point success over debutantes Clondalkin.Read more ›
AFTER an inauspicious start, Clogher Valley are hoping to kick-start their season on Saturday when Clondalkin roll into town for an All Ireland Junior Cup opener at the Cran.Read more ›
CLOGHER Valley put a disappointing run of Qualifying League One results behind them in encouraging fashion at the Cran on Saturday afternoon, when they emerged comfortable winners over Dromore.Read more ›
OMAGH Accies maintained their unbeaten start to the season in impressive manner, at the Mellon Playing Fields on Saturday afternoon when registering a bonus point Qualifying League Two success over Lisburn.Read more ›
IRELAND rugby coach Joe Schmidt said that clubs like Omagh Academicals provides the platform to allow the professional game to exist.Read more ›
WITH Ireland coach Joe Schmidt rolling into town this weekend, Omagh Academicals will be hoping the appearance of the man with the Midas touch can inspire the club’s 1st XV to a crucial Qualifying League Two victory over title rivals Grosvenor on Saturday.Read more ›