Club Notes: June 7th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo for were 8, 12, 26, 27, 29 and Susan Howe won £100. 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.

Club meeting tomorrow night, Thursday, at 8:30pm.

Club Members looking for tickets for the Tyrone v Donegal game should place an order by Saturday night.

On Saturday last our Senior Ladies had a comprehensive win over Coalisland.

The Men did not enjoy the same success as our Reserves and Seniors both fell to Na Fianna in closely contested games. They next face Trillick in Reserve and Senior games on Saturday at 6:00pm and 7:30pm in Ballinamullan and the Senior Ladies are away to Cookstown on Saturday at 7:00pm.

Our Senior Hurlers had a Challenge Match with Monaghan Harps on Monday evening in preparation for their Senior League game with Éire Óg as visitors on Tuesday evening.

On Friday evening last we hosted a real feast of Hurling with All County Blitzes for U8s and U10s. We provided games and enjoyment for well in excess of 200. Well done to all who contributed to the smooth running and success of a great evening.

For our U14s, Boys and Girls, it’s all go, with the Boys playing Cookstown in the League Semi Final tonight, Wednesday, and the Girls playing in the Championship Final tomorrow night, Thursday, in Fintona with St Macartan’s as opposition.

Well done to all who helped in hosting the U8 and U10 Girls Blitz in Ballinamullan on Saturday morning and well done to our U8 Boys who took part in the Dungannon Clarke’s Centenary Competition.

The U12 Boys got their season underway with a match against An Charraig Mhór on Monday evening.

We wish Matthew Murnaghan and Tyrone all the best in the U17 Ulster Final this Sunday in Breffni Park at 11:45am.

Kate McAleer would like to thank everyone who contributed to the Cash for Clobber collection in aid of Friends of Africa.

Sincere sympathy to the family circles of the late Mrs Burns, Beltony, and Maureen McElmurray. The GAA family also suffered big losses with the deaths of Hurling enthusiast Oliver Kerr and Dominic Earley in a tragic accident. Dominic had previously helped out with our Senior Ladies and this year was deeply involved with Cavan Footballers.

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