Club Notes: February 19th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 6, 7, 9, 11, 30 and Jim McAleer won £100. The jackpot stands at £5,000 for next week’s draw which takes place as usual at the Bingo in the Parish Centre on Monday night.

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

Last weekend’s terrible weather conditions put paid to our programme of games, both friendlies and official. Well done to the players and coaches who faced the storm and had good sessions for the various teams. This weekend a programme of games has been drawn up but the weather will have a big part to play. So, we will say nothing but hopefully boys’ U14 and minors as well as senior men will be in action. 

Well done to Amy Corcoran who was the U10B winner in the Tír Eoghain Handball Championships last weekend.

Well done, also, to Mickey Maguire who was a finalist in the division 2 Championship.

Good luck to our Scór Sinsear participants who are in action in Drumquin on Friday night.

Club Notes: February 12th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 9, 10, 23, 26, 27 and ten winners each won £10. The jackpot stands at £5,000 for next week’s draw which takes place as usual at the Bingo in the Parish Centre on Monday night.

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

Last week’s weather put paid to our senior football game in the Ulster League. This weekend we have Cargin as visitors, again weather-permitting.

Well done to Tyrone and our representatives on a good performance and result last Sunday against Kerry.

The club registration day went very well last Sunday. A big thank you to all who helped make it successful. It is vitally important that all those who are participating in our activities are registered members. Youth players can register with their coaches. Registration will take place again tomorrow evening, Thursday, at the shop, 7:00 to 8:00pm. We also invite all non-players to become official members of our club.

Last minute sale of tickets for the GAA National Draw with the attractive 20 prizes, including a car, can be purchased now. All sold and unsold tickets must be returned by Friday night.

Congratulations to Michael Rafferty who has been named on the Tyrone Minor panel for 2020.

Congratulations also to Oran Toal who was part of the victorious South West College Omagh side who won the Higher Education Corn Comhairle Ardoideachais Final over Mary Immaculate College Thurles.

Congratulations to Karla Corcoran and her partner, Greencastle’s Alice McGlinchey, who won their Ulster handball semi-final at the weekend against Donegal.

Please contact the youth officers if you would be willing to host two players for the up-coming Féile.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Kathleen O’Connor especially to the Donnelly family who are actively involved with us.

Club Notes: February 5th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 3, 5, 8, 16, 23 and Michael McDonagh won £100. The jackpot stands at £5,000 for next week’s draw which takes place as usual at the Bingo in the Parish Centre on Monday night.
 
Wide range of club wear available in the shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.
 
Club committee meeting tomorrow night, Thursday, at 8:30pm.
 
There will be a club registration day this Sunday, 9th February, from 10:00am to 1:00pm in the Parish Centre. We will have a number of activities for the young people as well as useful information on health and well-being.
 
Last Friday night we overcame terrible weather conditions and a strong Ballinascreen team to win our opening game in the Ulster League. We are away to top Donegal team Kilcar this weekend.
 
Underage training for boys and girls continues for the various age groups as usual and coaches will keep players informed especially with regards to ground conditions.
 
Congratulations to our players Oran Grimes, Matthew Devlin, Mark Hayes, Joe McGurk and Gavin Potter who were part of the Omagh CBS panel who won the MacCormack Cup Final.
 
Congratulations, also, to Laura Corcoran who won an Ulster U20 title with Dean Maguirc College.

Club Notes: January 29th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 5, 6, 8, 11, 15 and seven winners each won £15. The jackpot stands at £5,000 for next week’s draw which takes place as usual at the Bingo in the Parish Centre on Monday night.
 
Wide range of club wear available in the shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.
 
There will be a club registration day on Sunday 9th February, in the Parish Centre.
 
Our senior footballers will taste action for the first time this year when they entertain Ballinascreen on Friday night at 8:00pm in the Ulster Club League in Ballinamullan.
 
It was good to see Sparky back in action for Tyrone at the weekend.
 
The Nugent family would like to acknowledge and thank those who contributed to a collection taken up at the Ulster Club Championship Final. Proceeds of the collection, £2,500 raised in Tommy’s name when to the Air Ambulance.
 
Sincere sympathy to the family circles of the late Brian Donnelly and Paula Higgins (née O’Donnell). Both family circles have always supported our games and fundraising activities generously.
 
We also sympathise with the family circle of Dominic McCanny. Along with other Scór dancers, he placed our club firmly on centre-stage at county, provincial and national level. As a result of their performances the name of our club is known nationwide for its promotion of Scór. Go ndéana Dia trócaire orthu go léir.

Club Notes: January 21st

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 2, 6, 14, 23, 29 and twelves winners each won £10. The jackpot stands at £5,000 for next week’s draw which takes place as usual at the Bingo in the Parish Centre on Monday night.
 
Wide range of club wear available in the shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.
 
There will be a club registration day on Sunday 9th February. More details later.
 
Our Parish, our GAA club, the Cappagh/Badoney branch and the Ulster Council of CCÉ and the PTAA suffered a severe loss on Saturday with the death of Benny Monaghan. Benny was an enthusiastic promoter of our culture in all of its forms especially music, and was equally enthusiastic about promoting and participating in parish activities. A great family man; a loyal and supportive friend, Benny was a real gentleman. He enhanced the lives of the many who had the privilege of knowing him. His infectious good humour and his beaming smile chased many a cloud. His wisdom, understanding and his cool head solved many a problem and unfanked many a twist. He had a big love for Irish music and travelled to many sessions. As a fiddle player, he could proudly claim to be a graduate of Tommy the Post School of Music. Go ndéanaí Dia trócaire ar a anam.
 
The Ulster Senior Football league gets underway next weekend. The underage competitions will begin in February.
 
Congratulations to Sarah Broderick who was part of the U16 Sacred Heart team who won the Ulster Shield during the week.
 
Well done, also, to Karla Corcoran and Daithi McMullen who played in their first Gael Linn competition in Breacach last weekend.

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