St Michael’s Enniskillen senior gaelic footballers won the Ulster colleges MacRory Cup on Monday as they beat Omagh CBS 0-16 to 2-6 at Armagh.
Darragh McBrien starred for the Fermanagh school as he hit seven points – including five from play.
The team, managed by former Fermanagh and Sligo boss Dominic Corrigan, led by eight points at the interval but Omagh fought back in the second-half to cut the deficit to two points.
However, St Michael’s held on to win by four points in the end – and secure their first MacRory Cup title since 2012.
They will be Ulster’s representatives in the All-Ireland colleges Hogan Cup semi-finals.