Club Notes: May 23rd

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 3, 11, 12, 16, 30 and twenty winners each won £5. The jackpot remains at £5,000 for the next draw which takes place as usual on Monday night at the Bingo in the Parish Centre.

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

In men’s senior football its back to league action this Sunday after the inter-county championship last Sunday. We will have Omagh as visitors with the reserve game at 2:15pm and the senior game at 3:45pm.

We wish Mark Bradley a speedy recovery from the ankle injury he sustained in the county game.

Our minor boys drew with Omagh in the football league and still to have to play An Charraig Mhór and Dromore.

We wish Tyrone U20s and our own Mattie Murnaghan al the best in the championship game with Monaghan this Friday night in Healy Park.

The U14 girls defeated Trillick in the first round of the championship on Monday night, 5-12 to 3-07. This was a great result for the girls and management.

The senior ladies are fixed to play away to Clonoe tomorrow night, Thursday, in the league.

The senior hurlers are at home to Dungannon on Monday evening in the league cup.

The U14 hurling match against Shamrock is cancelled as is underage training on Friday night due to registration for Saturday’s 10K.

The countdown is truly on now for the eagerly awaited 10K and 5K run and walk this Saturday starting at 11:00am. There will be registration Ballinamullan tomorrow night, Friday night and Saturday morning from 9:00am. So far the response has been very encouraging and with a combination of good weather, a good course and good hospitality this year’s event should break all records.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Mrs O’Donnell, Strathroy. She, along with her late husband Mickey and family, always gave our club and its fundraising functions great support. We also extend sympathy to the family circle of the late Mrs McBride and especially to her son Peter who is a regular and loyal sponsor.

Club Notes: May 16th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 4, 5, 14, 17, 28 and twelve winners each won £10. The jackpot remains at £5,000 for the next draw which takes place as usual on Monday night at the Bingo in the Parish Centre.

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

Last weekend was a very busy one. Our U14 boys footballers played well in Féile on Friday night but lost in the semi-final to Donaghmore. On Saturday we fielded a team in division 5 and defeated Urney while the U10 boys took part in a blitz in Strabane.

On Monday evening in the U14 division 1 league we defeated Omagh in a highly entertaining and high-scoring game.

The same night our U14 girls lost to Castlederg.

Last night, Tuesday our minor boys were away to An Charraig Mhór.

Our minor girls play Ardboe tomorrow night, Thursday, and the senior ladies are due to play Omagh on Saturday evening.

In the middle of this hectic programme we hosted Tír Eoghain v Antrim in an Over 40 game with our own Gary McKenna and Paul Sweeney prominent in Tyrone’s victory.

This was followed by Tír Eoghain v Dún na nGall in the Nicky Rackard Cup hurling. John McGurk was our representative in this panel.

Then on Sunday we travelled to Clonoe for division 1 reserve and senior league football. Our reserves fell to a strong Clonoe team but our seniors got back to winning ways with a hard fought but well-earned victory over Clonoe.

The U14 boys are away to Loughmacrory tomorrow night, Thursday.

The U14 hurlers are due to travel to Dungannon on Friday night.

Underage hurling training returns on Friday night with U8s/U10s from 6:30 to 7:30pm and U12s/U14s from 7:30 to 8:30pm.

The senior hurlers travel to Naomh Colum Cille on Monday night in the league cup.

Well done to our representatives on the Tyrone minor team last week and good luck to our players and the county senior team on Sunday.

There is a workshop for singing the National Anthem – Amhrán na bhFiann – on Tuesday 29th May at 8.00pm. All are welcome to attend, both youth and adult.

Our eagerly awaited annual 10K takes place next Saturday, 26th May, and we appeal for a big turnout both of participants and stewards.

Killyclogher 10K – Saturday 26th May

Our annual 10K Road Race and 5K Run/Walk takes place on Saturday 26th May at 11:00am.

This popular event is now an established feature on the local calendar.

Entry forms are available here.

Tyrone Summer Camps in Ballinamullan

Entry for the Tyrone Summer Camps 2018 in Ballinamullan are now open. The camps we are hosting are as follows:

- Week One (2nd – 5th July) Club Tyrone Football Camp
- Week Four (23rd – 26th July) Kelloggs Cúl Camp Multi Sport

You can enter online by clicking here.

Club Notes: May 9th

Following the break for the bank holiday weekend, its back to eyes down as usual with the return of Monday night Bingo at 9:00pm. The draws for 7th and 14th May Lottsodoo will take place at the Bingo. The jackpot stands at £5,000.

Our men and boys had a busy weekend with, in football, the senior league in Trillick on Friday night, the minor league on Saturday and the U14 league on Sunday.

We had mixed fortunes losing to Trillick at senior level, beating Dromore in the minor league and narrowly losing out to An Charraig Mhór in the U14 league on the remarkable score-line of 6-12 to 6-10.

At minor level the lead changed hands a few times but at the final whistle we were winners over Dromore.

In the senior game we never really played the football we are capable of and Trillick were clear winners in spite of a rally we had at the start of the second half. Our reserves play Trillick tomorrow night, Thursday, in Trillick. This Sunday the senior footballers travel to Clonoe for a reserve game at 2:15 and the senior game at 3:45pm.

The minor boys play An Charraig Mhór this Tuesday in Carrickmore.

The U14 boys have football games against Brackaville tomorrow night, Thursday, Urney on Saturday and Omagh on Monday.

Our senior hurlers were also busy over the weekend playing in the Ulster league on Saturday and in the Tyrone league cup on Monday. We failed to repeat the quality and effort of the previous Monday’s game and lost both games.

The ladies were also very busy at the weekend adding to our packed programme of fixtures. The senior ladies were short a few regulars on Friday and lost to Cookstown and play Omagh this Sunday at 6:30pm. We trust that the injuries from last weekend will have cleared up. At the other end of the age-scale we hosted an U8 and U10 blitz. A big thank you to all who helped to run it so smoothly.

Members requesting to be considered for an allocation of Ulster Championship tickets for Tyrone v Monaghan should let Donal Magee know by 7:00pm on Friday indicating the category, i.e. adult, senior citizen, student or juvenile.

Saturday 26th May is the date for the big day, our 10K and 5K run/walk, which has become a feature on the local running scene and last minute preparations are now underway for those taking part in this popular event.

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