Tyrone Times Club Chats
Lotto numbers for Friday June 15 were were 6, 7, 10, 24; four match threes – Mick Wylie, Ava Kelly, B Corbett, Kathleen McGrath; jackpot is £3300.
U14 girls train Wednesdays and Fridays 6-7pm, U8, U10, U12 girls Wednesdays 6-7pm, U6 boys Wednesdays 6.15–7pm, U8, U10 boys Mondays 7-8pm. U12, U14 boys train Thursdays 6.30-7.30pm.
Fixtures: U16 League Cookstown v Ardboe Wednesday 7.30pm - likely to change); ACL Ardboe v Coalisland Sunday 8th July 2.15, 3.45pm; U16 Girls Sperrin Og v Ardboe Monday 25th June 7.30pm - all fixtures subject to change.
Results: U16 Girls Ardboe 5-14 Kileeshil 6-3; Senior Ardboe 1-8 Carrickmore 0-11; Reserve Ardboe 0-6 Carrickmore 3-7; Senior Derrylaughan 1-10 Ardboe 0-9; Reserve Derrylaughan 1-5 Ardboe 0-8; Minor Clonoe 0-16 Ardboe 3-9; U14 Galbally 0-9 Ardboe 3-9
Tyrone summer camp in Ardboe is 16th - 19th July. Application forms www.tyronegaa.ie
There is aerobics in minor hall of Parish Centre on Monday,Wednesday 7-8pm. Everyone welcome.
Committee and members wish a speedy recovery to John McConville following his operation.
Nifty Fifty winner was Martin Devlin, ticket purchased from club goalkeeper John. He didn’t match the bonus number so the £5000 Jackpot is still there to be won. For your chance to win why not purchase a ticket from any of our weekly sellers? Better still, sign up for club membership at £5 per month by direct debit and you’ll be entered in the next fifty draws from the date of joining. See any committee member for details.
Our seniors lost by eight points to Cuchullains on Tuesday in a game that turned on a couple of dubious refereeing decisions after the appointed referee failed to show. On Saturday senior team had a comfortable win in Tyrone league game against Cappagh Gaels, managed by former Eoghan Ruadh player Brian McGurk. It’s good to see hurling survive in this once-strong hurling enclave. Our next game is at home to Lisbellaw on Tuesday 8pm, followed by a home tie to Shamrocks on Friday evening.
Eoghan Ruadh’s U14 team cruised through to the championship final, overcoming a plucky Naomh ColmCille side at O’Neill Park on Thursday. NCC threatened an upset in a rousing first half but were worn down by Eoghan Ruadh in the second half. U14 hurling will now be at an end for many clubs and if the fine development work is to continue and these young hurlers are to be retained, then surely county board should be looking at ways to keep these young players involved.
Eoghan Ruadh was saddened to learn of the death of Aidan Donnelly, Ardbeg, Dungannon. One of life’s gentlemen in every sense, Aidan gave huge amount of his time for the benefit of others, despite not always enjoying the bbest of health. To his son Michael, daughters Ann, Therèse, Carol and Niamh, brothers John, Kevin, Brendan and sister Mary and the entire family circle, we extend our deepest sympathy. Go ndeanfaidh Dia Trócaire ar a anam.
The seniors made the short journey to neighbours Clonoe on Friday night but unfortunately came away with no points. Training is Tuesday and Thursday 7.30pm for seniors, reserves and minors. Next for seniors is a home game against Killyclogher on Monday July 2 at 8.15pm.
The monthly draw will take place on Sunday night, all moneyto be in with Peter by then.
U8s train Thursday, 7pm at shore - U8 GoGames blitz this Saturday, details at training; U10s train Tuesdays 6.15pm; U12s train Sundays 11am; U14s train Mondays at 7pm, U16s Mondays 7.30pm.
Tyrone summer camp in Derrylaughan Monday-Thursday July 9-12, forms from www.tyronegaa.ie or by contacting JJ Coney or Colm Devlin.
Camogie: seniors, minors train Mondays, Wednesdays 7.30pm; Post Primary, U14s Wednesdays 6.15pm. New members welcome, details of matches given. An U6/8/10 blitz is this Saturday at the shore with a start time of 9.30am.
DKB last man standing is running, contact Tommy Quinn for details. Cleaning rota is in place for clubrooms, this week’s organisers Monica O’Neill and Orlaigh McAliskey. Club merchandise available from Philip McCourt and on sale at home senior matches.
Congratulations to Aoife McKenna on winning the Tyrone county title in concertina.
Sympathy is extended to Donnelly family circle, Aughamullan on the bereavement of John.
Lotto for week ending June 17 were 5, 14, 16, 20. Grace O’Neill, Brocagh matched three for £50. Meal voucher for Famous Grouse was won by K Daly (c/o Quinn Fresh). Jackpot £675. Sellers are reminded to have ticket returns in by Sunday evening.
Outstanding membership must be paid to Martin Morris or Malachy Donnelly now.
Table Quiz is on Saturday in Castlebay at 9pm, all proceeds going to club, support appreciated.
Anyone wishing to purchase tickets for the Gerry Arthurs Stand for Ulster semi-final must contact Sean McCloskey by 7pm tonight Monday. Admission to rest of ground is pay at gate.
Summer camp is Monday to Thursday July 23-26, forms from Youth officer Niall Bell in coming weeks. Forms received after June have an additional £5 charge. All are encouraged to attend in order to ensure the camp continues next year.
Campa Chormaic is in the third and fourth weeks of July at Eglish GAC, incorporating Irish language classes and football, camogie and hurling coaching. For more details contact Niall Bell.
Club merchandise is now available at Forbes Vivo.
Senior and reserve training is Tuesdays and Fridays. Confirm venue and times with management.
U16 training is Thursdays in Derrytresk 7-8pm. U14s is Mondays 7-8pm on pitch. U10, U12 is Saturdays 10.30-11.30am on pitch. U8 training is Fridays 6.15-7.15pm at pitch, P4 down.
Anybody interested in coaching or assisting with any of the youth teams is asked to contact Youth Officer Niall Bell on 07796 826503 - help, especially from parents, is greatly appreciated.
Sympathy is extended to Donnelly family, Aughamullan, on death of John. Our Lady Queen of the Gael, pray for him.
NAOMH COLUM CILLE
Trip to Tallow, Co Waterford is weekend July 20-22.
Seniors lost away games to Eoghan Ruadh 2-9 to 1-10 in Tyrone League and Castleblayney 3-20 to 0-11 in Armagh League. We play Craobh Rua, Camlough this Tuesday at Clochóg, 8pm.
U14s lost to Eoghan Ruadh in championship semi-final at Dungannon. They gave a good account and scoreline didn’t do justice to their battling display. Eoghan Ruadh are strong candidates for All-Ireland Féile title in a few weeks and it was heartening to see the Cilles lads stepping up to the mark. Caolan Corr, Mícheál Corr, Dan Talbot, Conal O’Neill, Michael Murray, Conor Doyle and Oisín McHugh played well in an overall decent team effort.
U12 coaching is Monday at field 6.30-7.30pm., equipment provided. Bring water bottle and £1. U8s and U10s took part in Derrynoose blitz. U7s and U9s go to Slaughtneil this Tuesday for series of mini-games. Bus at 6.15pm. Bring £2 to help transport costs. Coaching for u6s, u8s is Tuesdays 6.30-7.30pm, U10s Thursdays 6.30-7.30pm. Bring water bottle and £1. Equipment provided. U16s train Sundays at 10.30am, all at Cloghog.
Primary Schools Handball Wednesday 7-8pm in Hall, £1. Secondary Schools Wednesday 8 to 9pm in Hall, £1. Handballs for sale £5. Call Paul on 07747 301263. Offaly hurleys have arrived - Sizes 24” 26” 28” 30” 32” 33” 34” for sale. Contact Paul.
Lotto June 11 numbers 1, 15, 16, 18. No winners. Draw tonight Monday at pavilion.Jackpot £1225.
The eagerly sought puzzlesheets are in circulating for June, £1 per sheet.May winner was John Hamilton, c/o Gervins Club. First correct drawn entry at month end wins £25.
All gear enquiries to merchanising officers Aidan 07843 237515 or Stevie 07729 720611.
Donations are being taken via www.cry.ie in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young as former Cilles netminder Damien McVeigh runs Gold Coast marathon (43km) on July 1. This is a very special cause and Damien is doing it in memory of his close friend and Cilles compatriot Brian Buí Taggart.
The monthly draw was held at committee meeting on Thursday night. The winners were: £500 Charlie Carty, £200 Anthony McKeown, £100 each - Fabio Landi, Charlie Maye and Katie Boyle.
The aptly-named Brawl in the Hall is in October. Anyone wishing to swap their football gloves for a pair of boxing gloves for this unique boxing event, should contact Garry Currie on 07834 805588.
Training for all 5-12 year old boys and girls is now on Thursdays 6:30–7:30pm.
U16 girls drew with Newtownstewart last week in their first league game; playing in wet conditions the girls played well in the second half to come back from seven points down to draw level with goals by Tess McKenna, Louise McCaffery and good displays by Tara Donaghy and Laura Kelly. Thhe girls are at home to Pomeroy tonight Monday, everyone to be at the Des Fox Pavilion at 6-30pm.
Application forms for the Tyrone Summer Camp are available from Joe McCaul. Edendork will be hosting on the 6th-9th August.
The club express sympathy to the families of the deceased Stanley O’Neill, Susie O’Donnell, Patsy Kavanagh, Mickey Donnelly and Betty McCourt.
We wish Tyrone minors and seniors all the best in Ulster semi-final clashes with Donegal on Saturday. Good luck to Conor Mallon and Darren McCurry.
An Mhaigh’s biggest ever U12 football tournament attracted large numbers of players and spectators from all over Ulster. The sixth annual PB Laverty event was another tremendous success, not even the occasional heavy shower and wet conditions dampening the enthusiasm. Martin and Caroline Conroy thank all volunteers who helped make it such an enjoyable experience. Well done to players and team mentors for wonderful entertainment.
Commiserations to U14 girls and management who lost their big championship final to all-conquering Aghyaran at Fintona. Given great support from parents and members, Moy were hoping to add the grade three title to the grade four championship trophy in 2010. However, Aghyaran got their revenge 8-10 to 2-3. Seanin Doherty played the whole of the second half with a fractured thumb and only brought her injury to the attention of the management after the game. We commend her bravery and wish her a speedy recovery. An Mhaigh played ten matches, winning five and losing five, 55-67 for, conceding 37-55. Coached by Cathy O’Neill and Martin O’Hanlon, they didn’t look out of place and will no doubt go from strength to strength. Team: Alice Kelly; Caoilainn Doherty, Caoimhe Magee, Seanin Doherty, Emma Lavery, Anna McDonald; Domilia Svickyte, Emer Currie; Cara Corr, Eden Lavery, Seanna McKee, Alana Murray, Ciara O’Hanlon. Subs: Ciara Mallon, Siobhan Keppler, Aiste Balsevicuite, Shona Jordan, Catherine O’Hanlon, Anna Campbell, Marianna Donohue and Alex Campbell.
A severely depleted senior team slipped to their second league defeat when coming up just short in their starred division two tie at home to Urney. Injuries and emigration have taken a major toll on the Tír na nÓg squad, and strength in depth was further tested after fifteen minutes when inspirational fullback Tomás McNicholl sustained a nasty wound in an accidental clash of heads. He was taken to casualty for several stitches and, for the first time this season, An Mhaigh conceded two goals. The writing was on the wall at halftime, trailing 1-3 to 1-4 having had a strong wind. Urney stretched their advantage to six, but a second Ryan O’Neill goal and a spirited showing in the final twenty minutes ensured a tight finish but Urney held out for a 2-9 to 2-7 victory. The reserve game, was postponed. Next ACL games are away to Pomeroy on Monday July 2, 6.45pm and 8.15pm.
Ladies senior team entertained Aghyaran, Moy cailíní hopeful of extending a five-game unbeaten run but Aghyaran won. An early Patricia O’Neill goal paved the way for a good first half display and they led by eight at one stage, halftime 2-6 to 0-8.
The visitors fought their way back, a third goal, this time from Eimear Swail, put her side back in front but there was to be a further twist as tiring Moy conceded 1-4 to lose 3-8 to 2-16. Team: Eimear Gildernew; Cathy O’Neill, Michelle Gribbin, Grace McCormack, Colleen McCance, Roisin Hamill; Patricia O’Neill (1-1), Ashlene McCann; Sara Loughran, Anona McKay (0-2), Sophie Lavery (1-1), Aine Swail (0-2), Eimear Swail (1-2). Subs: Niamh Kelly and Joanne Maxwell.
Minor lads just missed out on a place in knock-out stages of the league after losing to Eglish in their final league game. There were goals galore, Eglish more clinical to lead 4-4 to 0-1 at the break.Moy did salvage some pride in the second half, scoring 3-4, but it was still a disappointing end to the season as unbeaten Eglish cruised to victory 3-5 to 7-12. Team: Eoin Fearon; Joe McMahon, Liam Kelly, Paddy Mackle; Turlough Kelly, Sean Hanna (1-0), Jack Donaghy; Daniel Beaddie, Niall McConville; Declan Conroy, Jack Kelly, Jack McDonald (0-2); Michael Cartmill (1-0), Mark McConville (1-3), Chris O’Neill. Subs: Daryl Mills and Oisin McKeown.
U16 girls opened their league campaign in style with an impressive ten point victory at Eoghain Rua. Team: Alice Kelly; Caoimhe Magee, Anna McDonald, Nuala Coleman, Lauren McCaffrey, Caoimhe Corr; Eimear McCormack, Aine McElroy; Eden Lavery, Meabh McGleenan, Shannon Murray, Aoibheann Swail, Niamh Jones. Subs: Alanna Murray, Rianna Mills and Ciara O’Hanlon. They are home to Urney tonight Monday at 7.30pm.
U15 boys play Aghaloo in Og Sport Semi-Finals this Tuesday. We wish the Moy lads the best of luck! For information Paul Kelly or Aidan Coleman.
U14 Boys go to Naomh Mhuire on Wednesday 7.30pm.
Summer Camp in Moy is from Monday 30th July to Thursday 2nd August, application forms from St John’s PS in Moy and www.tyronegaa.ie.
A number of new business members have signed up to Club Tír na nÓg. Signs, with the names of business members, can now be viewed at Páirc Thír na nÓg. An Mhaigh G.A.C. members and friends are urged to support all of our team sponsors and Club Tír na nÓg business members.To join contact Francie McQuade or executive committee - open to any individual, family or business.
Lotto numbers for week 18th June were 4, 9, 12, 26. At draw in McLernons Bar, three matched three for £35: Bridie Mackle (Tullyodonnell Road), Trevor Kells (c/o United Feeds), Conor McGurk (Galbally). Jackpot is £1950.
Rock were away to Killeeshil and had to be content with one point after a draw a poor game of football. Killeeshil matched Rock all the way and, despite a first half Aidan McGarrity goal, Killeeshil got a goal just before half time to keep them very much in it. Rock opened a three point gap during the second half but Killeeshil didn’t give up and their second goal brought them level. Rock had chances to win t late on but were unable to convert them, a fair result Killeeshil 2-6 Rock 1-9. Scorers: Conor McCreesh (0-4), Aidan McGarrity (1-0), Ryan Crilly (0-1), Martin McCreesh (0-1), Eamonn Ward(0-1), Ciaran Gourley (0-1), Cathal McWilliams (0-1). The reserves ran out easy winners Killeeshil 2-3 Rock 3-17. Scorers: Francie Bloomer (1-9), Eamonn McGarrity (1-1), Paddy Crilly (1-0), Aidan McCourt (0-2), Collie McWilliams (0-2), Fergal McVeigh (0-1), Kevin Mallon (0-1), Pearse McCreesh (0-1). Rock play Derrytresk at home on Sunday 8th July, 2.15pm and 3.45pm.
Minors defeated Brackaville at home on Tuesday 1-15 to 1-11 and qualified for quarter-finals. Team: Enda Mallon, Sean Moran, Niall McWilliams, Ryan Litter, Padraig O’Neill, Pearse McCreesh(0-1), Kevin Mallon(0-1), Diarmaid Carroll(0-7), Shea Litter(1-0), Martin Corrigan(0-3), Brian Ward(0-1), Padraig Ward(0-1), Odhran Devlin(0-1). Sub: Dylan Reid.
U16s are away to Omagh B in championship on Sunday at 2pm. U14s are at home to Cappagh on Tuesday 26th at 7.30pm. U12s are away to Derrylaughan tonight Monday and home to Brackaville on Monday 2nd July, both 7pm.
The annual U12 tournament(Liam Heaney-Doyle-Mulholland Cups) is on Thursday at Pairc Naomh Padraig 6.30pm - Ballinderry, Ballinascreen (Liam Heaney winners 2011), Lissan, Brackaville, Loughmacrory (Doyle/Mulholland winners 2011), Dungannon and Rock are some s in attendance. All help and support is welcome. U8 Blitz this Saturday, details at training Friday 6-7pm.
Summer Camp is at Pairc Naomh Padraig Monday 30th July until Thursday 2nd August, forms to download from the Tyrone website or the primary school and must be returned by 30th June.
Best of luck to Diarmaid Carroll and Tyrone minors against Derry and Tyrone seniors against Donegal in the Ulster semi finals in Clones on Saturday.
What a year for the Sacred Heart Primary School football team. Having already won the Stewartstown and Kildress Schools tournaments, they added the Fr. Faul Cup at Academy Blitz last week. Then, having won league earlier this month, they took their place in a four team group at the Allianz Cumann na nBunscol County Finals Day. In semi-final they defeated Trillick by six points before beating Loughmacrory in final by a point. Well done to Conor McGarrity, Shane Murphy, Shea McCabe, Joseph Doyle, Padraig Rafferty, Thomas Mackle, Thomas Collins, Shea Daly, Niall McAweaney, Jamie Bloomer, Emmet McCourt, Brogan Mullan, Tiernan Mackle and Eamon Gourley.
Congratulations and best wishes to Ryan McAleer who will be ordained to priesthood by Cardinal Sean Brady in St. Patricks Cathedral, Armagh on Sunday.
Congratulations to senior player Oliver McElduff and Julie on birth of their little baby son. Hopefully not too long until he’s out at U8 training.
Sympathy is extended to Martina Henry and family (Rockdale Close) on death of her mother Margaret Nugent, grandmother of youth players Conor and Ashley Henry. Sympathy goes also to the McAweaney family(Moveagh) on the recent death of Patsy McAweaney. May they Rest in Peace.
Last week’s lotto numbers were 8, 9, 18 and 23. One match three - G Quinn, Killen. jackpot is £700.
Last Friday the seniors took on their parish rivals Derrylaughan and ran out comfortable winners 1.15 to 0.4, reserve match to be played this week.
The minors played their last league match and, after a very slow start, found themselves in a big hole but showing great heart and determination and led by Daryl Magee great free taking the Rahillys battled their way back to a draw. In the last 10 minutes Ardboe got themselves back in front but the Rahillys came back again and only a great save by the Ardboe goalkeeper kept them in front by three points.
Last Saturday in Dunmoyle in their first ever county final our u14s girls took home the grade 3b championship. In windy conditions the young Clonoe girls settled better to the conditions and soon got into their stride by going into an early lead. But playing against a determined Newtownstewart side the young rahiilys girls had to work hard for their lead. Just before halftime came a big moment when Clonoe corner forward Niamh Donaghy was fouled and a penalty was awarded and duly dispatched by captain Sinead Hanna to give Clonoe a halftime lead of 2.6 to 0.3. Against a stiff breeze the girls showed great heart and determination with some excellent scores from halfback Alica Coyle and good scores from key forwards Oorlagh Gavin and Naomi Donnelly theY ran out winners 3.10 to 0.5. This is a fantastic achievement and great credit must go to everyone involved and it was great to see that they got fantastic support on their big day. Next up is their league final, no venue or time decided.
U12s have a game tonight Monday; all players to be there for 6.30pm. Training is on Sunday for u6/8s, u10s boys and girls at 11.30am– 12.30pm.
Committee meet on Monday at 8pm, all to attend.
Club merchandise shop is open Friday 7-8pm.
Zumba classes are in the club on Tuesday and Friday 6.30pm and all are welcome to attend.
Community Centre facilities are available for private bookings. To book sports facilities contact Dee Burke on 07740 190221 and Social Club bookings contact Alerian Taggart on 07841 702742.
For the first time in a long time there are some free slots available at indoor soccer hall - Wednesday 8-9pm, Thursday 5-6pm and Friday 5-6pm. To book these contact Dee Burke on 07740 190221.
On Saturday dance classes are starting, 3 – 5 years 11.30am-12.15pm, 6-8 years 12.15-1pm, 8-10 years 1-1.45pm, duration of the classes is ten weeks.
Seniors and Reserves were at home to Kildress on Sunday with mixed fortunes, similar to previous week. Reserves had a comfortable win, Eglish 1-17, Kildress 0-10. However, Seniors were narrowly beaten by two points, Eglish 1-8, Kildress 0-13. On Sunday 8 July, we are home v Edendork, all fixtures are subject to change.
Minors had a good win over neighbours Moy 3-5, Eglish 7-12. U16s play in championship on Sunday against Dromore, in Eglish at 2pm, final league game at home to Pomeroy on Wednesday 4th 7.30pm, U14s played Fintona with both sides showing great skill to play out an entertaining and high scoring draw, Eglish 8-10, Fintona 7-13.
U10s training is Thursday along with U6s, U8s and U12s at Páirc Chormaic 6 -7pm. Next U8s Blitz is on Saturday, next U10s Blitz on Saturday 7 July.
Annual Cabragh Cup was in Killeeshil. After all the league games were played, St. Patrick’s Roan made the final to play St Mary’s P.S. Cabragh, both undefeated. Conditions were not good but both teams played a skillful and competitive game with Cabragh just edging the win at the finish.
Registration is on-going for Tyrone Summer Camp in Eglish Monday to Thursday July 2-5. Visit www.eglishgac.com to download for. Children registered before Friday 29 June will gain a £5 discount.
There will be a power-point presentation by Matt McGleenan for all football and camogie coaches or anyone interested in working with underage teams, a great opportunity for those with children playing U6 to U18 level, to become involved in their children’s sporting life and the Eglish GAA family.
Over the following week there will be a number of courses run for the benefit of Coaches who have applied to Summer Camps. Level One in Holy Trinity Cookstown from 9:30am on Monday 25th June and Tuesday 26th. Bring both indoor and outdoor gear and a packed lunch. Child Protection Course in Killyclogher at 7:30pm on Wednesday. Bring Pen and Paper. Foundation Coaching Course in Donaghmore 9:30am on Thursday. If wishing to attend these courses you must confirm via email to email@example.com.
Lotto Monday 18 June numbers were 4, 5, 8 and 9, four Match 3s; Katie Treanor, Caroline Cotter, Cassie Daly and Una Gildernew.
Ulster SFC Semi-Finals tickets are only required for Gerry Arthurs Stand. If interested in a ticket text name to Liz Daly (07810 060467) or Sheila McKenna (07769 783387) by 5pm today Monday.
Donaghmore travelled to Trillick and in a low scoring game emerged winners 0-7 to 0-6; no Reserve game. Next fixtures are Sunday 8th July when Donaghmore host Derrylaughan.
Good luck to the players and management of both Tyrone Minor and Senior teams in the Ulster semi-final against Donegal this Saturday.
Minors had Coalisland as visitors and secured two points 2-14 to 2-8. U16s are out next Sunday when they travel to Greencastle in championship at 2pm. U14s fixture against Naomh Mhuire is in Donaghmore this Wednesday at 7:30PM. U12 Go-Games is tonight Monday at 7pm at home against Moortown, the following Monday Donaghmore have Galbally as visitors.
Ladies Notes: Gaelic Learning to Play and Practice is on Mondays at 6.30pm for U10s. Around 25 girls attended the last session - a great turnout. U16 sunfortunately got beaten by Galbally in their first league tie, details of next game given at training..
Gaelic 4 Mothers proving to be a major attraction, players from the parish practising new skills and drills via fun games, Ulster G4M blitz on Saturday at Mid-Ulster Sports Arena at 10am. Recreational training is Tuesday at Convent 7.30-8.30pm. Ulster blitz at the end of the month. All welcome.
Lotto numbers for Monday 18th: 4, 11, 14, 15. Match 3s £10 each: Martin Morris, Lara Stone, Brendan McKenna, Sheamus Quinn, Una Wallace, Jimmy McCullagh, Martin O’Neill, Shane Bullock, Paddy McAleer, Colette McGoone, Melvin Davison, Niall McQuaid, Lynn Cush, Martin McCluskey, Canon Ward, Kevin McKenna, Ignatius McCluskey, Aine Quinn. Jackpot is £5000.
Torrent Complex Summer Camps are Monday-Friday July 2-6, Monday-Friday August 13-17, 10am–2pm. Torrent Complex is hoping to hold blood donation session. To be viable donors are needed; complete an ‘enrolment card’ and send it (freepost) to Blood Transfusion Service, Cards found at Torrent Complex reception and shops.
Our seniors beat Tattyreagh on Friday; with a strong wind in the first half the lads knew they had to build up a good lead. Goals from Stephen McKenna and Colm Corrigan ensured they went in 2-8 to 1-2 up, Kiefer Morgan got the first score of the second half, our last score as the lads battled against a gale force wind. A big game from defence led by Dominic Hand kept Tattyreagh to four points, 2-9 to 1-6. Scorers - P Quinn 0-4, S McKenna 1-0, C Corrigan 1-0, K Morgan 0-3, M Walsh and P McNulty. This Sunday we play Brocagh away 2.15 and 3.45pm. The Clarkes wish Steph McKenna all the best as he heads to America this week. A number of Gerry Arthur tickets are available for this Saturday’s Tyrone-Donegal tie; if interested contact Damian Cahalane by 7pm tonight.
Well done to U12s who won the Moy tournament on Saturday, a great team performance.
Minors finished on a high when they beat Cookstown 5-6 to 2-4; thanks to the players, management and everyone who lent a hand throughout the season. Club Tyrone summer camp in Dungannon is Monday to Thursday August 20-24, application forms from Tyrone website or committee member.
U8s have a go games tournament this Saturday in O’Neill Park with Edendork, Donaghmore, Galbally and Killeeshil. Training continues for Clarkes Ogs is on Mondays 7-8pm in O’Neill Park.
Lotto numbers for Sunday 17th were 9, 15, 20, 22; four matched three. Jackpot stands at £1700.
Anyone requiring tickets for Tyrone-Donegal in Clones on Saturday should contact Edward Holland 07864 750001 now - Gerry Arthurs £20, children accompanied by adults £5, Senior citizen, students £12. Tickets must be paid for at time of collection.
Cash for Clubs Clothes bank is beside clubrooms, great way to dispose of unwanted clothes etc and the club benefits financially from this scheme.
Irish dancing classes are in clubrooms on Mondays 7-8.30pm.
Underage coaching in clubrooms, Tuesdays and Fridays 6.30pm. Gaelic Start is in the clubrooms on Thursdays 6.30pm-7.30pm.
Last week’s lotto numbers: 2, 12, 16, 19. One matched 3 - John Joe Campbell.
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Weather for Dungannon
Saturday 25 May 2013
Temperature: 8 C to 15 C
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Temperature: 8 C to 15 C
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