BBC Sport - Omagh St Enda's ready for novel Ulster final tie
Omagh ready for novel Ulster final
- From the section Gaelic Games
Omagh St Enda's midfielder Joe McMahon says winning an Ulster club title on Sunday would be the highlight of his career.
The 31-year-old won two All-Ireland senior championship titles with Tyrone in 2005 and 2008 but regarded the recent county SFC triumph as the sweetest moment of his career so far, with the prospect of a provincial medal to come if they can beat Derry champions Slaughtneil in Sunday's decider in the Athletic Grounds.
McMahon indicated that Conor Clarke may be able to start the game on the bench after recovering from the cruciate knee injury he suffered playing in the club's championship win over Coalisland in May.