Club Notes: July 11th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 2, 22, 24, 25, 30 and eleven 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.

Club shop will stay closed until 19th July.

Our minor boys footballers return to action next Wednesday, 18th July, when they travel to Dungannon to play the Clarkes in the league quarter-final. They are also due to play Dromore in the championship semi-final.

At adult level, the first team back into action will be the reserves in the quarter-final of the Reserve KO which is due to take place next weekend with Coalisland coming to Ballinamullan.

For our senior hurlers, the focus of attention is the Junior B final where we will play Éire Óg.

The All Ireland Senior Football Championship is at the business end and we wish our own players Mark Bradley, Conall McCann and Tiernan McCann and Tír Eoghain all the best in Saturday’s game with Roscommon at Páirc an Chrócaigh. Games with Dublin and Donegal will follow.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Teresa Hutchinson and especially to Maeve and Caitlin Kelly who so actively and willingly promote ladies football within our club.

Club Notes: July 4th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 16, 18, 24, 25, 30 and ten 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.

On Sunday last we fell in a senior league game to Errigal Ciaran in a game in which we showed some promise but never really delivered. There will be a break now for the July holidays and also depending on Tyrone’s progress in the championship.

Tyrone minor footballers, U17, lost in the Ulster semi-final to a strong Derry team. Our representatives Mark Hayes, Oran Grimes and John Rafferty will have benefitted from the experience.

At minor club level, we defeated Omagh in the championship last night, Tuesday, in an entertaining match. Well done and good luck in the semi-final.  

We wish Tyrone senior footballers and our own Mark Bradley, Conall McCann and Tiernan McCann in Saturday’s championship game with Cork.

Our senior hurlers had a good win in the Junior championship over Omagh on Monday night and now progress to the final where they will meet Éire Óg.

The U14 hurlers are due to play away to Fintona tomorrow night, Thursday.

Also tomorrow night, Thursday, our minor girls are due to play Aghaloo in the league at Ballinamullan.

The popular Summer Camp got underway on Monday and finishes tomorrow, Thursday. Well done to all those taking part and a big thank you to the family members and friends who helped with transport. We also thank our own youth officers and coaches for the work they put in to ensure a successful and enjoyable camp for everybody. Watch out for Cúl Camp which takes place in Ballinamullan in the week beginning 23rd July.

Well done to Karla Corcoran who came runner up in the girls U10 singles handball at the 2018 fifth annual Lough wallball showdown in Loughmacrory.

Sincere sympathy to Antoinette McCusker and family on their recent bereavement.

 

Club Notes: June 27th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 6, 7, 13, 23, 30 and fourteen 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.

We had a clear-cut victory over Derrylaughan in the Reserve Knock-Out competition on Monday night.

Our reserves and seniors both face Errigal Ciaran in league games this Sunday in Ballinamullan. Time to be confirmed.

Our U14 boys lost to Ardboe in the Championship semi-final on Monday evening. Their performances overall in league and championship have provided great entertainment for our supporters this last few months. Well done to the players and management.

We had U15 Óg Sport last night, Tuesday, in Clogher.

The minor boys are due to play Omagh in the championship this Tuesday evening.

Good luck to Mark Hayes, John Rafferty and Oran Grimes in Sunday’s Ulster Minor Semi-Final with Derry in the Athletic Grounds at 7:00pm.

Good luck also to Mark Bradley, Conall McCann and Tiernan McCann and the Tyrone Seniors in their qualifier in Croke Park on Saturday.

Our Senior Ladies bowed out of the Championship on Saturday evening when they lost to Castlederg. They play Dromore in Ballinamullan in the league this Sunday at 6:30pm.

The U14 girls lost in their Championship to a strong Edendork team.

The minor girls are due to play Ardboe away tomorrow night, Thursday, at 7:30pm.

Our senior hurlers are due to play Craobh Rua this Saturday in Ballinamullan at 5:00pm and also Omagh on Monday night in Healy Park at 7:30pm. There is hurling Óg Sport this Saturday.

Club Notes: June 20th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 5, 8, 9, 13, 21 and eleven 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.

Our reserves got us off to a great start last Saturday with a two point win over Pomeroy. In the senior game a late goal seemed to have earned us a one point victory but Pomeroy got an even later goal to end up winning by two points. We have a rearranged reserve game tonight, Wednesday, with the Moy and will play Derrylaughan in the reserve knock out on Monday evening in Derrylaughan.

Our boys U14 footballers play Ardboe in the championship this Monday evening.

The minor boys play Dromore tonight, Wednesday, in their last sectional league game.

In ladies football we host Omagh v Dromore and Aghyaran v St Macartan’s on Friday night, with the first throw-in at 6:30pm. We would appreciate help with the smooth running of this attractive double header.

Our own senior ladies are in championship action on Saturday evening against Castlederg in Newtownstewart at 7:00pm.

The minor girls played Coalisland in the championship last night, Tuesday.

Our U14 hurlers played Éire Óg last Thursday and are away to Omagh tomorrow night, Thursday.

The U16 hurlers are due to play in the North West hurling league.

The senior hurlers are due to play Craobh Rua on Saturday 30th June in Ballinamullan and have a rearranged league cup game with Omagh to play.

Congratulations to Caitlin Kelly and the Tyrone ladies on winning the Ulster Intermediate Championship at the weekend. Well done to match officials Brian McGinn and Conor McAleer who officiated at the Ulster Senior Championship Final.

Last Friday we had a packed programme of games in The Donnelly Cup competitions. A big thank you to the principals, teachers and pupils who put so much into the preparation and to our own coaches and youth players who kept the competition going smoothly throughout the day. Congratulations to the various winners and to St Ronan’s Recarson on winning the coveted Donnelly Cup.

Then on Saturday we had eight teams at an U10 football blitz which provided a great morning’s enjoyment for players, team mentors and family members.

Well done to our youth organisers. We wish our representatives and Tyrone all the best in Saturday’s championship game.

Club Notes: June 13th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 5, 11, 22, 24, 30 and ten 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.

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

On Sunday last our senior and reserve footballers played well and secured both sets of league points. This Saturday we go to Pomeroy with the reserve game at 3:30 and the senior march at 5:00pm. Please note the change of day and times.

Our U14 boys footballers played Ardboe last night, Tuesday, in a league semi-final game that would warm the heart of anyone watching. After finishing level at the end of normal time we were unfortunately defeated by the narrowest of margins in extra time on a score-line of 7-14 to 6-18. The large crowd in attendance stayed to clap both teams off the field for their inspirational displays.

Our other U14 team play Eskra tonight, Wednesday, in their league semi-final and our U14 hurlers play Éire Óg tomorrow night, Thursday, in the league.

Our minor boys footballers have one sectional league game left with Dromore and play Omagh in the championship.

In ladies football, our U14 team lost to Clonoe on Monday night and are away to Edendork tomorrow night, Thursday.

Our senior ladies had a win over Clann na nGael in their preparation for the championship game on Saturday 23rd June with Castlederg.

Our senior hurlers are due to play St Fechin’s on Saturday afternoon.

The major attraction this weekend is our primary school competition, The Donnelly Cup, which takes place on Friday. This competition has become a highlight of the year and all our young footballers are looking forward to it. We would appreciate help with stewarding from 10:00am.

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