Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 8, 9, 15, 25, 30 and eleven winners each won £10. The main jackpot stays at £5,000 for next week’s draw which takes place as usual at the Bingo in the Parish Centre on Monday night.
Hurls, helmets and a whole range of clubwear available in the club shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.
We thank the organisers of the Miles For Matty fund for the dignified and poignant tribute they paid to Matty last Saturday in Ballinamullan and for giving both An Ómaigh N. Éanna and Coill an Chlochair N. Mhuire the privilege of participating in the tribute. We urge all our members to support the events this Saturday.
Our Reserves played with great composure and controlled the game but had to settle for a draw when they deserved both points.
Our Seniors displayed passion and drive to run up a halftime lead of 1-06 to 0-03. The tempo dropped a bit in the second half and Omagh came right back into the game with a series of unanswered points. A strong finish helped us to extend the lead and we finished up winning 1-11 to 0-10.
Plans are already underway for our next fundraiser, A Night At The Races, on Friday 24th June in The Village Inn. Race sponsorship in £50 and horses are on sale at £10. We would be very grateful if you would buy a horse and sell a few to your friends.
We wish Mark, Sean, Conall, Tiernan and Tír Eoghaín every success in Celtic Park on Sunday. Please note the early starting times; Minors at 12:00 noon and Seniors 2:00pm.
Tomorrow night, Thursday, our U14 Dev team are away to Brackaville in the Championship.
There is also youth hurling coaching tomorrow night, Thursday, 6:30 to 7:30pm for U8/U10 and 7:30 to 8:30pm for U12/U14. With the U14 hurling league starting in the first week in June a good attendance is needed at training.
Our Minor girls play Coalisland in the Championship this Friday night.
Our Senior Ladies are due to play Sperrin Óg tonight, Wednesday.
Our U14 girls are due to play Coalisland this Tuesday.
Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Celia O’Reilly and especially to Roger, Margaret, Ruairi and Molly Keenan.