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Tyrone defeated Armagh when the two sides went head to head in the group stages and
“”Obviously Tyrone will be the favourite, they topped the table and are unbeaten in the competition so far but it’s a one off game, whoever performs the best and to their potential will come away with the win,”” said Magee.
Over the past weeks Armagh have been preparing to meet their neighbours by inviting former Queen’s University and Ulster coach Chris Clarke to take some training sessions.
“”We’ve prepared well over the last couple of weeks we had Chris (Clarke) come in and take two training sessions and that has helped to keep the girls focused on where we want to go and what we want to achieve. It’s good to get a different coach in because it’s good to get different views and ideas about the team and also gives the girls a chance to have someone else assess their skills and give them some tips,”” MaGee said.
Once again goalkeeper Bronagh Keenan is the only injury worry for MaGee: “”Bronagh is not a million miles away from playing, she’s improving and getting stronger everyday. If we come through today she should be fit for the final. Other than that we have a full panel to choose from and everyone is ready to go.””
Tyrone manager Brenainn Brunton has played down the notion that his side will be favourites saying: “”It will be a tough test for us,
Meanwhile in the Gala Intermediate McGrath Cup Championship Derry will face
“”We want to finish the campaign the way we started it with a win. We know that
Gala Intermediate McGrath Cup Championship: Derry vs
Gala Junior Nancy Murray Cup Championship: Tyrone vs