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Reds lose Ulster Indoor crown
27/01/2020

Cookstown Men lost their Ulster Indoor Championship crown to Banbridge by the narrowest of margins on Sunday at Jordanstown.

The Reds beat Queen’s University 4-2 in their opening game with Stuart Smyth, Jack Haycock, Dan Crooks and Scotty McCabe scoring the goals.
However, a 1-1 draw with Banbridge in the decider – with the Cookstown goal coming from Smyth – meant that the title went back to County Down with the Havelock Park men.
“Losing on goal difference is a tough one but congratulations to Bann,” said Cookstown captain Mark Crooks. “Hopefully they’ll put in a good performance and bring the title back to Ulster.
“It was a very close game with not many chances, but I think we more than edged it and should’ve put the game to bed when they had two men in the sin-bin in the first half.
“Their goal on the counter was a body blow but we battled back well and I genuinely think that on another day our disallowed goal just before the whistle would’ve stood.”

Men's Ulster Premier 2019/20
TEAM P W D L GD Pts        
Kilkeel 12 11 0 1 66 33        
Instonians 13 10 1 2 53 31        
Cookstown 10 10 0 0 47 30        
S Antrim 13 8 0 5 12 24        
Mossley 14 7 2 5 12 23        
Newry 14 7 1 6 5 22        
North Down 14 7 1 6 3 22        
Raphoe 12 6 1 5 8 19        
Portadown 14 5 1 8 -20 16        
Queens 14 2 1 11 -44 7        
Bangor 11 1 0 10 -47 3        
Ballynahinch 15 0 0 15 -95 0        
Ladies' Senior 3 2019/20
TEAM P W D L GD Pts  
Kilkeel 14 12 1 1 50 37  
Cookstown 13 8 3 2 37 27  
PSNI 12 7 3 2 17 24  
Instonians 13 6 3 4 5 21  
Enniskillen 12 5 2 5 -7 17  
Ballynahinch 12 3 2 6 -9 14  
Donaghadee 13 4 1 8 -2 13  
Derg Valley 13 2 2 9 -29 7 *
Parkview 12 0 1 11 -62 1  
Men's EYHL2 2019/20
TEAM P W D L GD Pts
Clontarf 4 2 1 1 6 11
Cork Hqns 4 2 1 1 -4 10
Cookstown 4 1 1 2 1 7
Kilkeel 4 1 1 2 -3 7