Derrytresk lose by point to Clonbur in Croke Park final
Tyrone club Derrytresk lost by just one point in Sunday's All-Ireland junior football final at Croke Park, with Clonbur of Galway winning 1-8 to 1-7.
Niall Gavin scored a penalty and had one saved in the first half which ended with Derrytresk leading by 1-4 to 0-3.
Alan Kyne scored Clonbur's goal in the second half before half-back David Wallace levelled the match at 1-7 each.
Liam Kearney put the Connacht champions into the lead and Gavin missed a chance to level as his late free went wide.
It was a agonising end for the Derrytresk club who now have to serve a five-year suspension from Ulster and All-Ireland competitions.
The massive ban was issued after a mass brawl which marred Derrytresk's semi-final win over Dromid Pearses of Kerry.
The Tyrone club has appealed against the long suspension.
Seven Derrytresk players missed the final in Dublin because of individual bans issued as a result of the fighting in the Portlaoise semi-final.