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Any of you hurlers out there who would like to show some support for the Dungannon club should read the below. Should be a good weekends craic.

Your sadistic feelings could come to the fore and you could see a few rivals being walloped!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Eoghan Ruadh Dungannon presents 'The Ruadh Rumble' Friday 18th March 2011

The battle to be Tyrone's Lord of the Ring is about to re-commence as local sports stars take each other on during Dungannon's white collar boxing bonanza at the Hurling Fields on the Donaghmore Road on Friday 18th March 2011

Marcus Galvin and Buster Hamilton's heavyweight battle will be the headline fight in an 11-bout feast of action to kick-start a weekend of events organised by the Eoghan Ruadh Hurling club in Dungannon. First fight of the night features Eoghan Ruadhs Eugene Molloy in action against Shaun Coulter of Thomas Clarkes GFC with the bell sounding at 7.30pm.

As well as the novice action from the local club men, pro fighter Stephen Haughian will show how it's done properly by providing an public sparring bout with his sparring partners, including Lurgan's Conor Rooney & Local Lad Feargal McCrory.

Full Fight Schedule.
Shaun Coulter 'v' Eugene Molloy,
Colm Quinn 'v' Cathal Skeffington,
Conor McKillion 'v' Crippy McKenna,
Shane Corrigan 'v' Christopher Foley,
Conor Rooney 'v' Feargal McCrory,
Shane McKillion 'v' Daniel Grimley,
Dermot Moore 'v' Stefan McKenna,
Brian McGilloway 'v' Shane Mulgrew,
Ronie O'Neill 'v' TBC,
Thomas Colton 'v' Stephen McNulty,
Marcus Galvin 'v' Buster Hamilton

Entry to the boxing is £20, to the children's show is £6 while admission to see Adrian night is priced at £10. Weekend passes for both evening events are priced £25. Tickets are available from club members locally and at various outlets around Dungannon.

When the dust settles on the Friday fight night, Saturday afternoon is set aside for the young ones with a special show for children. Later on Saturday evening, comic hypnotist Adrian Knight takes to the stage and is likely to cause a few uncomfortable moments as he casts his spell on audience members.

26plus6equals1 (Tyrone) - Posts: 430 - 11/03/2011 11:26:54    886234