Club Notes: July 7th

Wed 7th Jul PRO

Club Notes: July 7th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 4, 5, 10, 27, 29 and Kathleen McManus and Cathal Green each won £50. The jackpot stands at £5,000 for next week’s draw which will be made on Monday evening. Don’t forget that club lotto can now be played online on Klubfunder.

The merchandise shop has now re-opened on Thursdays from 7:00 to 8:00pm, subject to social distancing rules. If you have any queries, please contact Brenda (07717167770) or Mary (07746482170).

Our reserve men defeated Pomeroy on Friday night in Ballinamullan but unfortunately the senior men lost. There are no reserve or senior games this weekend.

Our senior ladies lost to Fintona in the league on Sunday evening and are due to play Dromore next Saturday, 17th July.

Our minor girls defeated St Macartan’s last Tuesday evening.

Our U17 boys defeated Omagh last Thursday and are at home to Both Domhnaigh tomorrow night, Thursday.

Our U15 boys defeated Loughmacrory on Saturday and are at home to Dromore this Saturday.

Our U14 girls staged a massively spirited second-half performance against Edendork in the league semi-final last Saturday but just could not get the vital final score to complete the comeback. Hard luck girls.

Our U13 boys are at home to Omagh tonight, Wednesday, and are away to Errigal Ciaran next Wednesday.

The U8/U10 girls played Go Games against Badoney last Saturday.

Our annual Golf Classic last Friday was a massive success. Sincere thanks to all the sponsors, participants and Omagh Golf Club and huge thanks must go to our organising committee and all the helpers.

Good luck to Mark Bradley and Tiernán McCann and Tyrone in the Ulster Championship this Saturday.

Good luck, also, to Caitlin Kelly and the Tyrone ladies in their All Ireland Championship game with Dublin this Saturday.

Good luck to players Oisin McCann and John Rafferty, and members of the management team Dermot Carlin, Leo Green and Dr Ronan Brannigan and the Tyrone U20s in their match with Donegal in the Ulster Championship on Friday evening.

Sincerely sympathy to the family circle of the late Margaret Ward (Cullion, Lislap). The Ward and Clarke families have been great supporters of the GAA both on and off the field.

Sincerely sympathy, also, to the family circle of the late Thady Turbett (Omagh). Thady, of course, was goalkeeper in the break-through Tyrone senior team of 1956 which won Tyrone’s first Ulster Championship.

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