Key sporting fixtures rescheduled for this week

A snow covered pitch was a familiar sight across the county DR09

A number of high profile sporting fixtures have been rescheduled for the next couple of days following the widespread postponement of games at the weekend.

Dergview’s Bluefin Sport Championship game against Loughgall United at Darragh Park has been rescheduled for tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 8pm.


That’s the first of two crucial home games for Richard Clarke’s men who entertain fellow strugglers Limavady United on Saturday, ahead of the league split.

On Wednesday meanwhile Omagh Academy 1st XV rugby players host Bangor in the third round of the Danske Bank Schools’ Cup at Omagh Rugby Club. That eagerly-awaited tie kicks-off at 1pm.

In GAA Moy’s All Ireland intermediate semi-final against An Ghaeltacht which was postponed on Sunday is likely to be rearranged for next weekend.

The McKenna Cup Final between Tyrone and Donegal has been pencilled in for the weekend of February 17-18

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