19 December 2019 No Comments by The Northern Standard

John Graham reports

At intermediate football Championship level, it was Magheracloone’s year despite the difficult circumstances that the club found themselves in as they were denied the use of their facilities due to the appearance of sinkholes as a result of subsidence in a disused mine.

Magheracloone were now determined to overcome all obstacles in their search for a return to senior ranks at the first time of asking, having been relegated at the end of 2018 and they responded with a magnificent year that saw them not only win promotion back to senior ranks, but also opening a new chapter in their illustrious history by winning the Ulster intermediate club championship for the first time.

In fact at the time of going to press they are preparing for an All Ireland intermediate club championship semi final against…

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