Club Notes: May 8th

Winning numbers in the club lotto were 1, 4, 15, 27, 29 and ten winners each won £15. The jackpot remains at £5,000 for next week’s draw which takes place as usual on Monday evening. Club lotto can be played online via Klubfunder.

The club merchandise shop will be open tomorrow night, Thursday, from 7:00 to 8:00pm.

Our reserve men defeated Errigal Ciaran in the league last Friday and will play Edendork on Friday night week, 17th May.

Our senior ladies are at home to Errigal Ciaran on Sunday at 6:00pm.

Our minor boys are away to Trillick on Sunday at 1:30pm.

Our minor girls defeated Ardboe in the league last night, Tuesday, and are at home to Killeeshil next Tuesday, 14th May.

Well done to our U16 Camogs who defeated Derrylaughan on Saturday.

Our U15 boys were undefeated in Monday’s day one of the Tyrone Féile Peile na nÓg in Greencastle and have now qualified for Saturday’s County Semi-Finals. Good luck to the players and management.

Our U14 boys finished their league season last Thursday with a good win over Carrickmore in Ballinamullan. They will now play Omagh in the championship.

Our U14 girls grade one team drew with Kildress in the Platinum Semi-Final on Sunday evening and the replay is this Sunday morning at 11:00am. The grade four development team are away to Dromore in their Platinum Semi-Final on Sunday morning also. We wish a speedy recovery to Isabell Cunningham who suffered an injury at training last week.

Huge congratulations to our new Ulster Champions – Michael Rafferty (Captain) and Gavin Potter who were victorious in last Wednesday’s Ulster Final against Derry in Armagh after extra-time and penalties. We also congratulate Damian Cox and Leo Green who are part of the backroom team. They play Roscommon in the All-Ireland Semi-Final this Saturday at 5:00pm in Breffni Park, Cavan and we wish them the best of luck.

Well done to Sharon Wilson, Maria Hinds, Catherine Swift and Kate Kerr who represented our club at the Mothers & Others Handball Tournament at the National Handball Centre in Croke Park on Saturday.

Last Saturday was our inaugural “John’s Day” in memory of our former senior player, John Rafferty, and what a day it was. Massive thanks to the Tyrone U20 players and management who were guests of honour for our youth coaching in the morning. Our most sincere thank you to all the clubs who sent teams to the John’s Day Sevens Tournament. After an extremely competitive series of games, the home club was victorious and Oran Toal was awarded Player of the Tournament. Thank you also to Andrew Dolan, PJ Cunningham and Cara McGillion who provided wonderful entertainment in the Village Inn on Saturday evening.

We invite our members to join us for our annual Pieta Darkness into Light walk this Saturday morning – more details on our social media.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Teenie McAleer. The McAleer family have a long history of active involvement in our club.

Sincere sympathy, also, to the family circle of the late Agnes O’Neill, especially the McGinn family who are involved in our club.

By PRO Wed 8th May