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Killyclogher looking to make most of opportunity

KILLYCLOGHER have found themselves in a Division One final almost by accident, but their manager Mark Henry is keen to make the most of Saturday’s decider against reigning champions Dromore.

Events at the weekend very much conspired in Killyclogher’s favour; they were due to play Dungannon but the new senior champions decided not to field, while Errigal Ciaran fell to a surprise defeat to Pomeroy.

They’ve slipped into the league final as a result, but Henry has been delighted with how Killyclogher have responded to their penalty shoot-out defeat to Trillick in the Senior Championship quarter-finals.

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