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      • Dungannon’s Ciaran Barker scores Dungannon win 8-7 on penalties

      • Trillick’s Daire Gallagher misses Trillick: 7 Dungannon: 7

      • Dungannon’s Paul Donaghy scores Trillick: 7 Dungannon: 7

      • Dungannon’s Conor McKee scores Trillick: 6 Dungannon: 6

      • Lorcan Mallon scores Trillick: 5 Dungannon: 5

      • Trillick’s Lee Brennan scores Trillick: 5 Dungannon: 4

      • Dungannon’s Kiefer Morgan scores Trillick: 4 Dungannon: 4

      • Trillick’s Niall Gormley scores Trillick: 4 Dungannon: 3

      • Dungannon’s Ciaran Barker misses Trillick: 3 Dungannon: 3

      • Trillick’s Daire Gallagher misses Trillick: 3 Dungannon: 3

      • Dungannon’s Paul Donaghy scores Trillick: 3 Dungannon: 3

      • Matty Donnelly misses Trillick: 3 Dungannon: 2

      • Conor McKee misses Trillick: 3 Dungannon: 2

      • Trillick’s Richie Donnelly scores Trillick: 3 Dungannon: 2

      • Dungannon’s Lorcan Mallon scores Trillick: 2 Dungannon: 2

      • Lee Brennan scores Trillick: 2 Dungannon: 1

      • Kiefer Morgan goals for Dungannon Trillick: 1 Dungannon: 1

      • Trillick’s Niall Gormley scores 1-0

      • Penalties about to start

      • 82'

        Game is going to penalties

      • 79'

        Lee Brennan levels it up, will we have penalties

      • 77'

        Patrick Quinn puts Dungannon ahead

      • 70'

        Half-time of extra-time

      • 69'

        Paul Donaghy levels it up

      • 66'

        Dungannon kick their eighth wide of the match

      • 66'

        Kiefer Morgan responds for Dungannon

      • 65'

        Lee Brennan and Ciaran Daly points

      • 64'

        We are now playing extra time

      • Extra time will start in about five min

      • 64'

        We have extra time

      • 63'

        Its all level thanks Kiefer Morgan point for Dungannon.

      • 62'

        Ciaran Barker scores for Dungannon, one point in it. Three min additional time to play

      • 58'

        Point from sub Niall Gormley puts Trillick 2pts up.

      • 54'

        Ciaran Daly and Lee Brennan points put Trillick in front.

      • 51'

        Trillick back to within 1pt thanks to a Lee Brennan point.

      • 44'

        Patrick Quinn adds a goal to his tally, Dungannon lead

      • 41'

        Sub Patrick Quinn with a nice point

      • 40'

        Lee Brennan restores the 3pt lead

      • 38'

        Going to be a great 20min

      • 33'

        Two points in a minute for Paul Donaghy

      • 32'

        Second half starts

      • 30'

        Trillick 1-4 v Dungannon 0-3 at half time

      • 30'

        Dungannon kick their fourth wide of the first half

      • 30'

        Three minutes additional time

      • 30'

        Dalaigh Jones point for Dungannon

      • 29'

        Liam Gray responds with a longe range score

      • 27'

        Patrick Molloy kicks a lovely point

      • 26'

        Super score from defender Gavin McCarron, Trillick lead 1-03 to 0-01

      • 25'

        Dungannon kick their 3rd wide

      • 23'

        Patrick Molloy with Dungannons first score

      • 18'

        First half water break

      • 19'

        Trillick kick their second wide of the game

      • 17'

        Its a GOAL from Lee Brennan, he is on fire

      • 13'

        Lee Brennan kicks his 2nd point

      • 11'

        Trillick kick their first wide

      • 4'

        Lee Brennan kicks a 30m free kick.


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      We have live scores from the Tyrone County Football Final between Dungannon and Trillick.

      This year’s Tyrone Football Final sees Trillick return to defend their title. In the other corner, Dungannon Thomas Clarkes are out to win their first title in sixty-four years.

      Click here for live scores from Tyrone football final

      Both teams had to earn their place in this year’s decider. Firstly, Trillick came through the quarter-final by means of a penalty shootout. Goalkeeper Ryan Kelly was the hero on the night. Then, Coalisland pushed them all the way in the semi. A goal at the start of the second half gave Trillick some breathing space but Coalisland never went away. A good point from Mattie Donnelly in injury time meant it ended 2-13 to 1-12.

      Secondly, Dungannon were headed for a penalty shootout of their own in the semi-final. With the scores level and time up, Ciaran Barker split the posts with a forty-five to send them to the final. The same man had scored just before to equalise the game. In fact, Dungannon scored seven times in extra time to cancel out an Errigal Ciaran goal.

      Previously, Dungannon put up 1-23 and 2-23 against Ardboe and Loughmacrory respectively. This firepower will be a huge asset on Sunday evening. Trillick have been here before though and know how to get over the line. Their experience of the big occasion could be called upon. A win will make them the first team to win back-to-back Tyrone Football Championships in fifteen years.

      Tyrone Football Championship Final: Trillick vs Dungannon, Sunday 20th September 5.30 pm (Healy Park). 



      DateTimeLeagueSeasonMatch DayFull Time
      September 20, 202017:30Tyrone Football Championship202020/09/202070'


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      Healy Park, Gortview Close, Lisanelly, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT797HX, United Kingdom