Club Notes: June 14th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo for were 2, 6, 12, 14, 23 and twelve winners each won £10. The main jackpot remains at £5,000 for the next draw which takes place as usual at the Bingo in the Parish Centre on Monday night.

Wide range of club-wear available in the club shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.

Those who have requested tickets for Sunday’s Ulster Championship game should collect them tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.

There will be a meeting tomorrow night week, Thursday 22nd June. Please note change in date to allow the Club to give support to our Senior Ladies in their Championship game in Pomeroy tomorrow night, Thursday.

Our Seniors and Reserves put on battling displays to defeat Trillick in both games last Sunday with the Reserves getting the points on a one-goal lead and the Seniors coming out on top by a point. This Saturday afternoon our Reserves travel to Pomeroy for the opening game in the Reserve Knock Out competition at 4:00pm.

It was a return to our own League action for our Senior Hurlers when they played Éire Óg last night, Tuesday.

Our Senior Ladies play in the Championship tomorrow night, Thursday, against Cookstown Fr Rocks’ in Pomeroy at 8:15pm. Good luck to all involved and they would appreciate a big turnout of supporters.

Our U14 boys play Badoney in the Championship tonight, Wednesday, and they lost to Cookstown in the League semi-final last week.

Last Thursday our U14 girls lost to a strong St Macartan’s team in the Championship final.

Our Minor boys travel to Galbally for a Championship game on Friday night week, 23rd June.

Well done to Matthew Murnaghan and Mark Hayes on their Ulster success with Tyrone in the U17 competition and good luck in the All Ireland.

All the best to Tiernan McCann, Conall McCann, Mark Bradley and Tir Eoghain in Sunday’s Senior Ulster Championship game against Donegal.

Our well-established and popular Primary Schools competition, The Donnelly Cup, takes place in Ballinamullan on Friday. This day is eagerly awaited by pupils, teachers and parents alike and it is both competitive and enjoyable.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Gloria Harkin. From our Club was reformed Gloria was a strong supporter and promoter of its affairs. The Guard of Honour and big turnout at the Wake and Funeral was a fitting testament to her love of the Club.

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