OMAGH Academy will renew their old rivalry with Royal School Dungannon early next year after the sides were paired together in the draw for the first round of the Danske Bank Schools Cup at Ravenhill yesterday (Monday).
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OMAGH Accies turned on the style at a windswept Mullaghmeen on Friday evening, when clinching a bonus point league win over fierce rivals Enniskillen.Read more ›
OMAGH Accies bowed out of the Junior Cup in very disappointing fashion at Ballyclare on Saturday when they were on the receiving end of a harsh defeat.Read more ›
DUNGANNON bounced back from their disappointing AIL defeat to Malone, in the best possible fashion, when getting the better of Dublin University in a disappointing Division 1B contest, at Stevenson Park, on Saturday.Read more ›
THE newly-formed Omagh Accies Ladies rugby team heave been busy training and honing their skills ahead of their first competitive outing today (Sunday) when they host a tournament at the Thomas Mellon Playing Fields at 2pmRead more ›
OMAGH Accies made a winning start to the 2013/14 season with an impressive Junior Cup success over Malone Seconds, at the Thomas Mellon Playing Fields on Saturday afternoon.Read more ›
THE decision by key players to turn down offers from neighbouring All Ireland League club Dungannon, the graduation of several promising 2nd XV players and greater focus on training has left Omagh Accies coach Phil Marshall cautiously optimistic about the prospects for his team in the forthcoming season.Read more ›