Augher show off real quality

REAL championship progress looks well within the ability of this Augher team whose attacking fluency saw them cruise to the quarter final thanks to an emphatic win over their north Tyrone rivals on Saturday night.

McCreesh clan ends St Davog’s championship hopes

ON the night that another series of ITV’s famed talent show X-Factor returned to our screens, it was a combative Rock and, in particular, the McCreesh connection that were the star performers in a bruising Power NI Intermediate Championship Round One encounter at a sun-drenched Killyclogher on Saturday evening.

Gallant Derg side outplayed by St Mary’s

KILLEESHIL sounded out a warning to the rest of the field that they will take a bit of beating following a comprehensive win over a gallant but outplayed Castlederg side in the opening round of the Power NI Junior championship at Greencastle last Thursday evening.

Sweeney nets hat-trick

NEWLY-PROMOTED Strule United gave a good account of themselves despite coming out on the wrong side of a 5-3 scoreline defeat at Bellspark, Brian Sweeney registering a hat-trick for the home side.

£0.5million spent on A5 inquiry

AN eight-week public inquiry into the proposed A5 Western Corridor cost over £0.5million the Strabane Chronicle can reveal. And this total includes nearly £80,000 to a barrister representing Roads Service a figure which has prompted an angry reaction from opponents to the scheme. Francis O’Reilly was hired by the Department of Regional Development (DRD), which […]