Tyrone hurling manager Kevin Ryan said his players got lucky after they came back from four points down to snatch victory against Fermanagh.
The Red Hands won the play-off against Fermanagh on a score of 1-24 to 1-19.
They were four points behind and were down a man but Tyrone stormed to the final whistle to secure victory and avoid relegation from Division 3A.
They overcame 3B champions Fermanagh extra-time at Fr Tierney Park in Ballyshannon.
Kevin said they got a lucky break at the end and that he feels sorry for Fermanagh because sport is cruel.
He told Francis Mooney that it was pride and passion that saw Tyrone to victory…