Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo for 6th February were 6, 8, 12, 25, 27 and ten winners each received £10. For 13th February 2, 7, 12, 18, 23 and Katrina McGettigan 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 shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm. Please note that clothes for recycling can be handed in to Kate McAleer in the shop tomorrow night. She is collecting on behalf of Friends of Africa and we would encourage you to give her support. Dinner Dance tickets are also available tomorrow night in the club shop.
This is Scór semi-final weekend and tomorrow night, Friday, beginning at 7:30pm in Aughabrack Hannah McGirr will represent us in solo singing. Our ballad group will be on stage on Sunday night beginning 7:00pm in Stewartstown.
On Saturday 4th March St Eugene’s Tircur will be organising a 5K and 10K Run/Walk in aid of school funds and on Saturday 11th March there is a 5K Run/Walk in Parkanaur Forest Park in memory of our past player John (Cookie) Grugan.
We had no draw for Lottsodoo this week as we cancelled our Bingo as a mark of respect to Anthony Connolly, our Bingo co-ordinator.
There will be two draws next Monday night. Death and Anthony seem so far apart because he was so full of life, so full of the joys of life. The big smile, the warm greeting and the friendly words. That was Anthony. A real gentleman. Although many an opposing forward unlucky enough to get in Anthony’s way as he charged out of the square with the ball tucked safely under his arm and the front bucket down, might not use the word gentle.
Seriously, Anthony lived life to the full and was happy in the company of people. He loved the stories, the banter and the craic. Anthony was a whole-hearted footballer and enjoyed success at both county and club level. He also managed our club teams, senior, reserve and youth, and continued to be a good committee man.
In his fundraising for club, parish and charities he was enthusiastic with his efforts and generous with his time and money. He also gave good support to our hurlers, handballers, ladies footballers and was a great man for Scór. He welcomed visiting teams to Ballinamullan.
Born and reared in Dromore, he was always proud of his roots and was just as proud of Killyclogher. In the first few years after his marriage he played for Newtownstewart and Omagh before coming to live in Killyclogher and getting totally involved in the club. It is as a Dromore and Killyclogher man that he will be remembered. We often joked about the blue blood in his veins.
He will be sorely missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him and especially by his long-time friend, companion and wife Bridie. Go ndéana Dia trócaire ar a anam.
Meeting tomorrow night, Thursday, at 8:30pm.
Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 5, 9, 12, 24, 25 and Kieran O’Brien 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 shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.
Well done to Conall and Tiernan McCann and Mark Bradley on winning the McKenna Cup with Tyrone last Saturday and we wish them well in the National Football League which starts this Sunday.
We wish all the best to the Tyrone U21 Footballers and our own Nathan Donnelly and Fergal Meenagh in the upcoming Championship and also to PT Cunningham and the Tyrone Minor Footballers in the League and Championship.
Our celebratory Dinner Dance is scheduled for Friday 10th March. Tickets will go on sale tomorrow week, from 7:00 to 8:00pm in the clubrooms. Tables of 10 can been booked for family groups of groups of friends.
National Football League sheets should be returned to Dermot Carlin or Sean O’Kane by Friday night.
Scór Sinsear gets underway this weekend with first round competitions in Newtownstewart on Friday night and in Cookstown on Sunday night.
Well done to our U8 and U10 Hurlers who took part in the County Blitz last Saturday.
The U14 Girls will be starting training now on Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 7:30pm and the Minor and Senior Ladies will be training on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 4, 5, 10, 16, 22 and Aidan Meenan and Chris Donnelly each won £50. 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 shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm, including the Championship DVD and 2017 Calendar.
2016 was a very good year for us in terms of competitions won with success in Scór, Handball and of course Senior Football with the winning of the O’Neill Cup. It was also a very good year for us in terms of widespread participation in and promotion of a range of activities so it is only right that we should come together in a grand social night. Make it a date, Friday 10th March, for a Dinner Dance to look back at our success in 2016 and to look forward to an active and enjoyable year in 2017. Dress code is optional but feel free to go Black Tie and Formal Dress if you like. It’s entirely up to you.
Lights are being installed in the skills wall and we are also upgrading some equipment in the gym. Last Man/Woman Standing based on forecasting winners in the seven rounds of the National Football League Division 1 is now being promoted. The first NFL game is on Saturday 4th February so please get your entry in. Contact Sean O’Kane or any Senior Footballer.
All the best to Conall McCann, Tiernan McCann and Mark Bradley and Tyrone in the McKenna Cup Final on Saturday evening.
Well done to Fergal Meenagh and Nathan Donnelly who have been selected on the Tyrone U21 Panel.
Cappagh underage players Oran Toal and Michael Rafferty both played on the Dean Maguirc College U14 team that won the Ulster Colleges Gerry Brown Cup last week. The team was jointly managed by our Terry McCann. Well done to all.
We wish Joe Lowry a speedy recovery from his recent operation.
Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Mrs Maggie Hannigan. Her family have all strong GAA connections both on and off the field, including her daughter Margaret who did so much to promote our Club in Killyclogher Primary School.
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Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 8, 17, 23, 27, 29 and Rachel Green 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 shop tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm. Also available are the DVD recording our Senior Football Championship success as well as a special Club Calendar recording our varied activities in 2016.
Our Ballad Group finished in second place in the Scór na nÓg Ulster Final last Saturday. No Ulster title to take home but an Ulster title performance on the stage which received the appreciation of the audience. Well done to our representatives and those who prepared them.
The Club would like to wish Sam McGirr a speedy and complete recovery from his recent illness.
Congratulations to Mark Bradley on winning a Gaelic Life All Star.