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Pomeroy can put icing on centenary cake with semi spot

By John Campbell

Published 29/10/2016

Key cog: Kieran McGeary will have an important role in Pomeroy’s strategy
Key cog: Kieran McGeary will have an important role in Pomeroy’s strategy

Pomeroy have certainly been celebrating their centenary season in style to date but the best could be yet to come. Having won the Tyrone intermediate football title, a lavish centenary banquet last Saturday provided an opportunity for all connected with the club to let their hair down.

All, that is, except the players who will be on duty against Cavan champions Arva in tomorrow's Ulster Club Intermediate quarter-final tie at Healy Park, Omagh (12.45pm).

For them, the celebrations were more restrained but should they advance to the last four of the provincial series this could prove the precursor to an even greater outpouring of jubilation.

Tyrone squad members Hugh Pat McGeary and Kieran McGeary underpin Pomeroy.

Kinawley meet Aghagallon while Armagh side Whitecross side face Castledawson and Bredagh take on Donaghmoyne.

Meanwhile, Eire Og Carrickmore will tackle St Brigid's Cloughmills in the Ulster Intermediate Hurling Club Championship quarter-final at Loughgiel tomorrow (2.30pm).

St Brigid's will look to Aaron Smiley, Liam Cassley and Conor Laverty to inspire them to the victory.

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