Club Notes: October 18th

Draws for the Lottsodoo for 16th and 23rd October will be made this Monday 23rd October at the Bingo in the Parish Centre.

Last Saturday our U16 boys qualified for the juvenile football championship final with a win over Omagh St Enda’s in a closely contested and very exciting semi-final in Clogher.

This Saturday we host the reserve KO finals, Errigal Ciaran III v Drumragh and Omagh v Dromore. All stewards to be in position for 12:30pm.

On Sunday morning our Brian McAleer and Breacach’s Jack Darcy compete in the All Ireland U15 doubles final in Castlebridge, Wexford. They didn’t win the title but put up a good performance. Congratulations on reaching the All Ireland Final.

Our U10 boys footballers attended a blitz in Pomeroy last Saturday.

Our U13 hurlers had two games in the Derry league last Sunday.

Gaelic Start for P1-P3 boys and girls begins this Saturday morning at 9:30am in Dún Uladh.

Club Notes: October 11th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo for were 17, 18, 21, 23, 25 and seven winners each won £15. 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.

Well done to our U16 boys who followed up their defeat of Moortown in the championship with a victory over the same opposition last Saturday in the league semi-final. This Saturday they play Omagh in the championship semi-final at 2:00pm. Venue to be confirmed. They await the winners of Dungannon v An Charraig Mhór in the league final.

The U16 girls lost to Ardboe in the juvenile championship on Sunday past.

Also last Sunday, the U12 girls travelled to Lurgan for a friendly game and a fun afternoon of snow tubing. Well done and thank you to John Coney for organising the day and to the parents who provided the transport and to thank you to Martin Swift for his generosity.

The U8 and U10 girls had blitzes last Friday evening and the U10 boys have one this Saturday morning.

The U13 hurlers played games against Dungannon and Castledawson last Sunday in the Derry league. This Sunday they have games against Coleraine and Ballinascreen. Thank you to Ciaran McBride for the organisation and the parents who helped with transport.

This Sunday morning in Castlebridge, Wexford, our handballer Brian McAleer and his partner Jack Darcy take on the boys of Wexford in the All Ireland Doubles 60X30 Final. Good luck to Brian and Jack.

Scór na nÓg gets underway this weekend and we will be hosting a semi-final the following weekend, rounding off a busy time for all codes and activities – hurling, handball, boys football, girls football, Scór.

We remind everyone that St Mary’s Primark School have a 5K/.10K Run this Saturday and encourage all to support it through participating or stewarding.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Mary Rose McCullagh and especially to Marie and Mickey Meenagh and family.

Club Notes: October 4th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo for were 3, 6, 7, 13, 16 and twenty winners each won £5. 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.

Our U16 boys put on a great display last Tuesday and defeated Moortown in the juvenile championship. They now face Omagh in the championship semi-final, date to be confirmed, and have another meeting with Moortown this Saturday at 12:00 noon in the league semi-final.

On Saturday our U8 boys played in a 12-club tournament organised by Glenullin and after a great day’s football the emerged victorious in the shield final. A big thank you to parents and family members who have helped with transport and support over the past few months. Well done to the coaches and of course a big well done to the young players.

Well done to our U10 girls who reached the final of the Mairead Stewart Memorial tournament on Saturday in Strabane narrowly being defeated in extra time.

Well done also to the U12 girls who took part in a blitz in Loughmacrory on Saturday.

On the first day of the U13 Derry hurling league on Sunday at Owenbeg. Killyclogher were narrowly beaten by Letterkenny Gaels and secured two points against Carndonagh. They are in action again this Sunday.

To round off a busy and successful weekend for all of our games our young handballer Brian McAleer won his doubles All Ireland semi-final match against Cork in Tipperary playing with Brackey’s Jack Darcy.

There will be a club meeting tomorrow night, Thursday, at 8:30pm.

We wish them all the best in the All Ireland final. We wish to extend sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Mrs Theresa Kelly. Her death comes just a week after the death of her good friend Mrs Bridget O’Donnell. Both ladies were great supporters of the club’s fundraising activities.

Club Notes: September 27th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo for were 6, 7, 13, 16, 23 and Colm Murray 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. Items for Christmas presents can be ordered now.

Our U16 boys travelled to Moortown last night, Tuesday, for a game in the juvenile championship recording a good 3-11 to 0-15 win. They will now play Omagh in the championship semi final.

Our U13 hurlers are looking forward to competitive action on the Sundays in October starting this Sunday in Owenbeg. They will play Fintona on Friday night at 6:30pm in Ballinamullan. Well done to the U8 and U10 hurlers who performed so well the Omagh St Enda’s Tournament last Saturday and thank you to the coaches and parents.

The Tyrone Ladies deserve great credit for their championship campaign which ended in a closely contested All Ireland Final last Sunday. Well done to the management and players and our own Caitlin Kelly, a youthful member of the panel, and to Antoinette McCusker as a county administrator.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Mrs Bridget O’Donnell. Bridget, a sprightly 95 year old, was a lovely, lively lady, who supported our fundraising activities since the club was revived. She was a very enthusiastic participant in our 25-card drives and a regular attender at the weekly bingo. The social craic and banter were more important that the winning for Bridget. Go ndéanaí Dia trocaire ar a hanam.

Club Notes: September 20th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo for were 1, 9, 16, 28, 30 and eleven 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. Some items for Christmas use would need to be ordered by 6th October to ensure delivery on time. Further information regarding Christmas orders in the shop. Please ask.

Our U16 boys renew rivalry with Moortown on Tuesday, 26th September, when they travel to Moortown for a championship game at 8:00pm.

We wish Tyrone Ladies all the best in Sunday’s All Ireland Intermediate Final in Páirc an Chrócaigh and hope that our own Caitlin Kelly and the Tyrone players can win the title.

We are due to host two championship games this Sunday at 1:00pm and 2:30pm. Stewards should be in place from 12:00 noon.

The U13 hurlers are looking forward to a special Ulster tournament based in Derry throughout the Sundays of October.

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