Ulster Club SFC: Joe McMahon winning final fitness battle

Joe McMahon
Joe McMahon was forced to retire hurt during Omagh's semi-final win over Slaughtneil.
AIB Ulster Senior Club Football Championship: Omagh v Slaughtneil
Venue: Athletic Grounds, Armagh Date: Sunday, 30 November, 2014 Time: 15:30 GMT
Coverage: Live on BBC Radio Ulster medium wave and the BBC Sport website

Joe McMahon is set to be fit to play for Omagh St Enda's in Sunday's Ulster Club Football Final with Slaughtneil.

The Tyrone star came off injured during his side's semi-final win over St Eunan's but will take his place in the midfield at the Athletic Grounds.

McMahon was forced to watch the nervy latter stages of the three-point 1-8 to 0-8 win over the Donegal champions from the bench.

Omagh are making their first ever appearance in an Ulster club decider.

Slaughtneil are also participating in a provincial final for the first time following a deserved 1-9 to 0-7 victory over Clontibret at the last four stage.

"I got a bit of a bang against Letterkenny but it was just precautionary at the time that I was taken off," McMahon told the Irish News.

"I was training on Friday night and everything feels good."