15 July 2019 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Monaghan bid for rare Ulster minor double


are preparing for a second con- secutive Electric Ireland Ulster MFC Final, where they will re- new rivalries with Tyrone in Ar- magh on Sunday.

rn to the Athletic Grounds – which was also the venue for last year’s final – will be a good omen, with several players still involved from the class of 2018.

To make it a ‘perfect ten’ straight wins in the competition and to become the first male team from the county to retain an Ulster title in almost eight decades, they will have to once again see off a strong chal- lenge from near-neighbours Tyrone, whose only defeat to date this year came when these sides met in Carrickmore

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