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'Fantastic' BT MacRory Cup

'Fantastic' BT MacRory Cup

See a review of the 2012 BT MacRory Cup Quarter-finals, which St Michael's Enniskillen coach Dominic Corrigan describes as 'fantastic'. 

'Some people say the GAA is losing its appeal but these games show that the rules don't have to be changed. We have the best game in the world'. 

Corrigan contends that the high standard 'reflects the amount of work going on in colleges by mentors who work so hard'.

St Michael's beat Omagh CBS and will now meet St Pat's Armagh who defeated St Patrick's Academy Dungannon which means the two Tyrone 'big guns' have been eliminated. 'It's a very open competition this year', says Corrigan, who last won the BT MacRory Cup with St Michael's in 2002.

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