Club Notes: February 21st

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 8, 13, 20, 22, 24 and Noel Carlin won £100. The winning numbers for 5th February were 6, 21, 24, 27, 28 and the winning numbers for 12th February were 2, 3, 13, 14, 29. The main jackpot stays at £5,000 for next week’s draw which takes place as usual at the Bingo in the Parish Centre on Monday night.

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

We wish our céilí dancers and solo singer, Hannah McGirr, all the best in Sunday’s county Scór final in Carrickmore.

Our meeting with Omagh in the U21 football produced an exciting and closely-contested game with very little between the teams at any stage.

Training for U8 and U10 girls continues on Saturday mornings at Youth Sport. The numbers attending the sessions have been very good so far and new faces are always welcome. The U14 girls are due to play Strabane in a challenge match this weekend. More details will be available later in the week.  Training for the U14s continues on a Monday night at 6:00pm. The minor girls’ season gets underway this weekend with a home fixture against Aghaloo on Sunday at 4:00pm. Support for the girls would be greatly appreciated. The senior ladies continue preparation for the season ahead with training on Friday evenings and Sunday mornings.

Coaching for all underage continues as usual, boys and girls, with challenge games also being organised. Coaches will keep parents informed.

Underage hurling continues in the Parish Centre on Friday night and there is an U10 hurling blitz in the Leisure Centre on Saturday morning.

A youth meeting will take place tomorrow night, Thursday 22nd February, in Ballinamullan at 8:00pm. All youth activities for boys and girls including football, hurling and handball will be discussed and a plan for the year will be agreed. All interested club members, parents and coaches are invited to attend.

Club Notes: February 14th

Hopefully we will be back in action this Monday night with the Bingo in the Parish Centre. Outstanding draws for the Lotto will be made to bring it up-to-date. The jackpot remains at £5,000.

The merchandise shop will be open tomorrow night, Thursday, between 7:00 and 8:00pm.

The rescheduled Scór Sinsear semi-final will take place this Sunday in Eskra at 6:30pm. Good luck to our representatives in the céilí dancing and solo singer Hannah McGirr.

The U21 footballers lost to Errigal Ciaran last weekend and are away to Omagh this Sunday at 2:30pm.

The usual underage coaching continues.

Underage hurling continues in the Parish Centre ton Friday night and there is an U12 hurling blitz in Omagh Leisure Centre on Saturday morning.

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

Sincere sympathy to the McCartan, Maguire, Bowes and Conlon families on their recent bereavements. They all have ties to our Parish and Club.

Club Notes: February 7th

The weather conditions won again and the Bingo had to be cancelled last Monday. On Monday coming, hopefully, our Bingo will be back on and the draws for the Lottsodoo for Monday 5th and Monday 12th will take place. The main jackpot remains at £5,000.

The club shop is open as usual tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.

Our U21 footballers looked very promising at times in their game with An Charraig Mhór but An Charraig Mhór made more of their chances and were winners in the end. This Saturday we play Errigal Ciaran at 2:30pm in Ballinamullan.

Underage hurling continues on Friday evenings in the Parish Centre and a 7-a-side U14 hurling blitz is planned for Garvaghey next Wednesday, 14th February.

On Saturday past our own Brian McAleer and his Breacach partner Jack Darcy won the Ulster U16 Doubles title in Saval, Co Down. Well done.

U14 and minor girls training continues on Monday evenings in Youth Sport.

Good luck to our céilí dancers and solo singer, Hannah McGirr, in Scór on Sunday in Eskra at 6:30pm.

Meeting tomorrow night week, 15th February, at 8:30pm.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Ciaran Maguire who died so suddenly at the weekend. He belonged to a family that was very loyal to Beragh but with many ties to our own club through football, hurling, handball and the social/hospitality life of the club.

Club Notes: January 31st

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 2, 4, 7, 17, 24 and twenty three winners each received £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.

The club shop is open as usual tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.

We had our first competitive game of 2018 last Saturday when we played Galbally in the U21 competition. Six teams are in the sectional league with each team playing each other once before moving to a knock-out stage with the other sectional winners. We are in a group with Galbally (A), An Charraig Mhór (H), Errigal Ciaran (H), Omagh (A) and Dromore (A). We can be satisfied with our good fighting performance last Saturday in very difficult weather conditions. This weekend we play An Charraig Mhór on Sunday in Ballinamullan at 12:30pm.

Coaching continues for the various codes and various age-groups.

Training for the U14 and U18 girls continues on a Monday night at 6:00pm in Youth Sport. With only a few weeks until the start of competitive action for the minor girls we would encourage all those eligible to play minor football to attend training. Training for the senior ladies panel commences this Friday evening with an indoor session in the Cappagh Suite from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Please bring trainers and water for the session. Congratulations to Ellie Mae Nugent and Laura Corcoran who have been selected for the Tyrone U14 panel for the season ahead. Training for U8 and U10 girls will commence this Saturday – more details will be available later in the week and will be posted on the club Facebook page and via a message to parents.

On Saturday last we had U10 handballers in action in Bracky, Carrickmore, Loughmacrory and Pomeroy. This weekend we wish our handball representatives all the best in the Ulster championships in Saval.

Also on Saturday morning last our U10 hurlers were in action in a county blitz in Omagh Leisure Centre. Underage hurling in the Parish Centre continues on Friday evening and on Saturday morning our U8 hurlers have a blitz in MUSA, Cookstown.

Sincere sympathy to the McGarvey and McAleer family circles on the death of Mrs Kathleen McGarvey.

Our club lost a good supporter of our fundraising and a regular bingo attender with the death of Mrs Bernie Colgan.

Go ndéanaí Dia trocaire orthu.

Club Notes: January 24th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 10, 13, 17, 26, 27 and eleven winners each received £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.

The club shop is open as usual tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.

The snow put paid to the U21 competition last Saturday but this Saturday, weather-permitting, we are away to Galbally with a 2:30pm throw-in time.

In the meantime there is the usual coaching and training, boys and girls, for U14, U18, U21 and Senior.

Following on from a largely successful season last year the senior ladies will begin preparation for the season ahead with a meeting of management and players this weekend.  Details will be confirmed on the team WhatsApp group and on the club Facebook page. Anyone wishing to play senior ladies football this year is welcome to attend.

The Senior Hurlers had indoor training last Sunday and there was a good response.

Indoor Hurling for U8 to U14 continues on Friday evenings.

The Senior Scór begins next weekend.

Looking ahead, keep free the first weekend in July, 2nd to 5th, for the Football Summer Camp and week 4, 23rd to 26th July, for Cúl Camp.

All the best to the Tyrone Senior Footballers and to our Club representatives in Tuam this Sunday.

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