Emotional journey for St. Michael's ends with all-Ireland title and tributes to missing star

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An emotional journey for a County Fermanagh school ended at the weekend with them crowned all-Ireland champions...

St. Michael's, Enniskillen lifted Gaelic football's Hogan Cup on Saturday at Croke Park after a dramatic one-point win over Naas CBS.
The victorious students were greeted by hundreds at a homecoming reception in the town. 
13-year-old Oisin McGrath had been a star player for the team when he died following an incident in the school playground in 2015.
Principal Mark Henry says the Belcoo boy was their inspiration ....
Mr. Henry has also told Q Radio lifting an all-Ireland title is a major boost for Fermanagh football...

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