Tyrone schools closing on Monday after All-Ireland final

August 21, 2018

Tyrone's Ronan McNamee and Ciaran Kilkenny of Dublin at an All-Ireland senior football championship launch at Loughmacrory GAA club, Tyrone.

A number of schools in Tyrone have announced that they will not be opening on the day after the All-Ireland SFC final.

The Red Hands have qualified for their first decider in a decade, wherein they will face four-in-a-row-chasing Dublin at Croke Park on Sunday week, September 2nd.

And The Irish News has revealed how numerous schools across the county are taking the Monday off to celebrate the Tyrone team's latest Sam Maguire Cup bid.

St Ciaran's College, Ballygawley; St Joseph's College, Coalisland; and St Patrick's Academy, Dungannon are amongst the second-level establishments who will have no classes on September 3rd, as well as many primary schools.

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