Tyrone teacher ties the knot to the clash of the ash

As wedding bells rang out for a popular Tyrone school teacher and camog today, Saturday, the Clash of the Ash provided the backdrop to a fitting tribute as the happy couple left St Brigid’s Church in Brocagh.

Fionnuala Hagan, from Derrytresk, was simply stunning as she married Christopher McDonald from Coalisland in a ceremony celebrated by Fr John McCallion.

Cailini an Chnoic camogie players adorned the wedding car with the Number 13 jersey, formerly worn by their coach Fionnuala Hagan

Cailini an Chnoic camogie players adorned the wedding car with the Number 13 jersey, formerly worn by their coach Fionnuala Hagan

Fionnuala is a teacher at St John’s Primary School in Kingsisland.

And there were some extra surprises waiting for the new Mr and Mrs outside the church, as players from Cailini an Chnoic camogie club - where Fionnuala is a former coach and player - provided a colourful guard of honour in the blue and white of Derrytresk.

The couple also released two white doves before making their way to a reception in the Nuremore Hotel.

Best wishes to the new Mr and Mrs McDonald from all at Tyrone Times and Mid Ulster Mail!

The happy couple, Fionnuala Hagan and Christopher McDonald, after their wedding in St Brigid's Church Brocagh

The happy couple, Fionnuala Hagan and Christopher McDonald, after their wedding in St Brigid's Church Brocagh

Clash of the ash - Derrytresk camogs provide a colourful guard of honour for popular coach and school teacher Fionnuala Hagan, following her wedding to Christopher McDonald

Clash of the ash - Derrytresk camogs provide a colourful guard of honour for popular coach and school teacher Fionnuala Hagan, following her wedding to Christopher McDonald