Tyrone Times Club Chats
Nifty Fifty winner was Mrs Mary Skelton. Mary is the mother of former hurlers Michael and Eamonn Skelton. Mary’s bonus number was 12 and the bonus number drawn was 32, 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. 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.
Hurling at senior level has taken a break over the past ten days, although our seniors go to Middletown on Tuesday in Armagh League. A number of players are away on holidays but this offers other panel members the opportunity to earn a place.
Eoghan Ruadh U12s had a productive run-out against Slaughtneil on Saturday past in the North Antrim League. Playing against a strong breeze, Eoghan Ruadh fought well to be still in touch at halftime. Sean McGeary, Conall Devlin and Cain Ferguson battled superbly. Ben Gormley, Cain Ferguson and Fearghal Donaghy managed to grab the all important goals. With the breeze on our backs, the second half saw Eoghan Ruadh with all the possession but short on conversion. We probably could have scored more and, after persistent effort, Cain Ferguson grabbed another goal and Luke Campbell and Rory Weir tapped over delightful points. The man of match award went to the ever hard-working Philip McGrath who just refused to give up all afternoon. Team: Conor McAleer, Gareth Hughes, Rory Weir, Matthew McCann, Conan McCurry, Conall Devlin, Aaron Kerr, Sean McGeary, Fearghal Donaghy, Phillip McGrath, Ben Gormley, Patrick Keogh, Jack Toner, Cain Ferguson, Caithoir Molloy. Subs; David Kelly, Luke Campbell, Michael Little. Again thanks to those parents who helped out with transport, your support is greatly appreciated! U12/U14 fixture away to Rossa next Saturday. A date has still to be set for the U14 Championship final.
Eoghan Ruadh was deeply saddened to hear of the untimely death of Siobhán Daly (née McBride). Siobhán’s father (Bernie McBride) was one of the founding members of Eoghan Ruadh and, indeed, was a recipient of the first Hall of Fame award, while her bother, the late Brian McBride, also hurled for Eoghan Ruadh for many years. Siobhán was to inherit that love of all things Gaelic and her children play an active role in the Thomas Clarkes and Aodh Ruadh football teams. To her sorrowing husband Seamus, daughters Niamh, Louise, Jennifer, sons Connor and Thomas, Siobhán’s mother Jean, sisters Éilís and Máire and the entire Daly/McBride family circle we extend our deepest sympathy. Go ndéanfaidh Dia Trócaire ar a hanam.
Senior and reserve teams’ next fixtures are on Saturday 28 July, away v Killyclogher, followed by Sunday 12 August, away v Coalisland.
Minors aren’t in action again until Wednesday August 1 when they play Moortown in quarter-final of Championship in Fr. Connolly Park at 7.30pm.
Thursday evening training for youth will resume this week, 6-7pm at Páirc Chormaic.
Campa Chormaic is being held in Eglish and Brantry over the next few weeks.
Lotto numbers for Monday 9 July were 1, 11, 12 and 20. There were five Match 3 winners: Sheila McKenna, Frances Daly, Marty Daly (112 Eglish Rd.), Mairead Goodfellow and Orla and Matthew Daly. Next draw is on Monday 30 July, Jackpot is £5,450.
Training is Tuesday, Thursday 7.30pm for seniors, reserves and minors. Next up for the seniors and reserves is an away trip to Omagh on Sat 28 July with a scheduled throw in time of 6.45pm and 8.15pm.
U8 training is on Thursday at 7pm at the shore. U10 training is on Tuesday at 6.15pm. U12s train Sundays 11am; U14s train Mondays at 7pm, U16s Mondays 7.30pm.
Camogie senior and minor training is on Monday and Wednesday at 7.30pm. Post Primary and U14 Camogie is on Wednesday at 6.15pm. New members are welcome, details of next match given then.
DKB last man standing is running, contact Tommy Quinn for details. Cleaning rota is in place for clubrooms, this week’s organisers Olivia Canavan and Sean Cushnahan. Club merchandise is available from Philip McCourt and on sale at home senior matches.
If interested in participanting in strictly come dancing contact Orlaith McAliskey by 23rd July.
A family fun day is planned for Saturday at shore with lots of children’s and parents entertainment on agenda; more details will follow.
There’s a Summer Scheme running in Washingbay Centre this Tuesday and Wednesday 11am- 3pm for P4-P7 children. Thursday will be for the older age group of 12 upwards; the cost is £1 per day and the young people will need to bring a packed lunch. The activities will be arts and crafts, sports, team games and workshops for the younger age group. For the older ones there will be doing sporting activities and bigger team games.
The aptly named ‘Brawl in the Hall’ will take place on 29th September. Anyone wishing to swap their football gloves for a pair of boxing gloves for this unique boxing event, please contact Garry Currie on 07834 805588.
Training has been postponed until Monday 23rd July due to holiday commitments. Next league game is on Tuesday 31st July at 7pm in Beragh.
Application forms for the Tyrone Summer Camp are available from Joe McCaul. Edendork will be hosting on the 6th-9th August.
There is a clothes bank at the entrance of the field. Anyone who wishes to dispose of any old or used clothing please do so, as the club gains financially for all clothing collected. No duvets or pillows please.
Congratulations to Tyrone who advanced to the third round of the qualifiers with a good victory over Roscommon. Clubman Darren McCurry made his debut in senior county football as a second half substitute. Darren was superb, scoring four points. Hopefully, Darren can become a Tyrone regular for many years to come.
Seniors and Reserves are down to play Kildress at home on July 28, 6.45 and 8.15pm.
Due to adverse weather our golf outing was re-fixed for this Friday in Dungannon; we will contact will all fourballs re tee times. There are time slots still available; contact Connor Lowe 07979 783013 or any committee member.
Any businesses who wish to display signs should contact Paddy Devlin 07990 798241 or a committee member, spaces limited.
Minors meet Clonoe in quarter-finals of championship, August 1st. Training is postponed; keep an eye on notes for a date and time for when it resumes. U14 training continues weekly. U6, U8 and U10 training is on Saturdays. Training for U12, U14 and U16 girls is on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Father Peter Campbell Park 6pm. We encourage players to bring along a new member. Adults willing to help out with girls teams should contact Gerard McStravick or Gerry Galvin or come to training. We are asking all the members to come out and show support at youth matches.
Tyrone Summer Camp is in Coalisland August 13-16 10am-1pm, application forms at youth training; fill in details and return with payment.
Na Fianna Fantasy Football in full swing, leaderboard in windows of shops and businesses, updated Mondays.
Clothes bank at entrance of field to dispose of used clothing; club gains financially for all collected.
Notes should be given to Connor Lowe at shop or email@example.com by Sunday 6pm .
U16s narrowly lost to Greencastle 2-8 to 2-6; however the boys still qualified for the league quarter-final, to be played on 1st August.
There’s no training for U6s, U8s, U10s on Thursday or U12 girls on Wednesday.
Training resumes on Thursday 26th for U6s, U8s, U10s at 7pm, for U12 boys on Saturday at 10am, and for U12 girls on Wednesday 25th at 6pm.
Kildress Ladies made history when they won the Junior Championship in Loughmacrory, beating Badoney of Gortin in a thrilling encounter. The Wolfe Tones led 2-9 to 0-7 at the break with scores from Maeve Conway 0-2, Caoimhe McGurk 1-0, Caroline McGurk 0-3, Sarah Lennon 0-3, Angela Monaghan and county minor Alice McNally. The second half saw Badoney find the net three times but, with Maeve Conway in particularly fine scoring form, Kildress powered on to win 5-17 to 3-8. Second half scorers were Maeve 2-3, Alice 0-2,Caoimhe 0-2 and Caroline. Well done to everyone and thanks to the supporters who travelled to the final.
Feasta Seachto Cuig - 32 weeks to go! Plans are well under way, over 30 tables sold to date. If they haven’t done so already, a member of the Seachto Cuig committee will be contacting you to secure your place. £5 saving stamps are available from Credit Union, Clogher Valley Meats, Bogues Bar, Ann Tierney and Gerry McCaughey.
Lotto Jackpot is £3,400, last week’s numbers: 9, 11, 20, 21. £10 lucky dip winners: Katrina McCaughey,
Una McElroy, Kevin McCaughey, Marion Starrs and Eugene McConnell.
There will be no Senior/Reserve football until week Monday 23rd Best wishes to Darragh Kavanagh who sustained an injury. John McGlone continues to recover at home and we send him best wishes.
Well done to U10s who took part in Blitz in Moy. All put in a creditable performance winning one game, drawing one and losing one. There’s a break in Go-Games until Monday 23rd.
The new youth jerseys were unveiled last weekend and there has been a great demand for them. All ordered can be collected from Cillian Barkey.
Well done to boys and girls who attended one-day coaching course and thanks to coaches Louis and Eugene for giving of their time.
Gael Naomh Pádraig U14s and U16s have qualified for league quarter-finals. U14s play Pomeroy away on Saturday August 11. In championship U14s play Donaghmore on July 28. They train on Mondays at 6.30pm. U16s play Castlederg on Wednesday August 1 in league quarter-finals and Gortin in championship quarter-final on Thursday 16th. Training is on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6.30pm. All players on the panel must be present.
Joint Tyrone Summer Camp, Clogher-Augher, is in Clogher Monday 30th to Thursday 2nd and already a sizeable number have signed up. If tou missed registration contact the clubs immediately.
Good luck to Darragh Kavanagh and Sean Hackett, members of the Tyrone Minor squad who hope to capture the Ulster Championship title.
Congratulations to Martin and Aisling Shortt on the birth of their baby boy Eoghan, another future star for the Éire Ógs.
An Mhaigh ladies senior footballers’ remaining tie is away v Castlederg, Saturday 28th July at 6pm.
The U16 girls’ next game is at home v Clonoe on Tuesday 24th July at 7pm.
Tyrone Summer Camp in Moy is Monday 30th July to Thursday 2nd August, application forms downloaded from www.tyronegaa.ie
Following on from last year’s wonderfully entertaining and hugely successful Lark in the Páirc, this terrific weekend of festivities is returning from Thursday to Sunday September 6-9. A large marquee will be erected for a special programme that will include a GAA Chat Night on Thursday, ‘Take Me Out’ & Disco on Friday, BBQ and Dance on Saturday, and children’s Fun Day and Duckfast Derby on the Sunday. Watch this space in the coming weeks for further details.
Specially-erected signs, with the names of all our 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. If you are interested in becoming a member of Club Tír na nÓg, contact club Development Officer Francie McQuade or any member of executive committee. This membership scheme is open to any individual, family or business wishing to join.
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The young camogs in the county can look forward to the Ulster U14 blitz which will be held on 11th August. This blitz is always very well attended and Tyrone have in the past come very close to winning the competition. The event will be a good platform for the championship which will start at the beginning of September.
Last week’s lotto numbers were 8, 9, 11 and 23 and two matched three - Conor Lavery and Ethna Corr. Nexts week’s jackpot is £775.
U12s are training on Wednesday at 6.30pm at the dog track and have a home game next Monday against Donaghmore at 7pm. All players are asked to be there for 6.15pm.
Tyrone county board will be issuing season tickets for this year’s club championship. The cost £50 and will entitle the holder entry to any ten championship games, excluding finals. To order a season ticket you can contact Tyrone GAA Office on 82 257573.
For the first time in a long time there are some free slots available within the indoor soccer hall. The times that are free are on a Wednesday 8-9pm, Thursday 5-6pm and Friday 5-6pm. To book these spots please contact Dee Burke on 07740190221.
Club merchandise is closed due to the holidays.
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.
Saturday dance classes continue, 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.
If interested in joining or renewing Club Clonoe membership contact Mel Taggert on 07733 171380.
Lotto numbers for week July 9 were 7, 8, 21, 22. At draw in McLernons Bar, there was no jackpot or match three winners. This week’s Jackpot is £2100.
Rock St. Patricks Summer Camp is in Pairc Naomh Padraig from Monday-Thursday July 30-August 2, each day 10am-1pm, lunch break 11.45am-12pm. Children participating will receive a new kit, football, wristband and poster on the final day. Children attending should bring each day packed lunch, suitable playing gear, rain jacket, change of gear and towel on wet days and also a water bottle.
U8 and U10 training resumes on Friday 27th 6-7pm. Next blitzes are U8 Saturday 28th and U10 Saturday 4th August.
Best of luck to Diarmaid Carroll and Tyrone minors against Monaghan in Ulster Championship final in Clones on Sunday and we hope Diarmaid brings another Ulster Championship medal back to Rock.
The Carroll School of Irish Dancing sessions are in Slatequarry Community Centre each Tuesday 6-7.30pm. All are welcome.
Glenelly St Josephs’ Rockin by the River Festival continues until Sunday in Plumbridge. The Sperrin Ramble, a five mile charity walk, is on Monday evening. Tuesday welcomes excellent DJ Johnny Beatz for the Teenage Disco. Wednesday will no doubt have a Full House for Bingo; £4000 in prizes must go. Thursday presents Strictly Come Dancing Elite, tickets on sale from participants and from the usual local outlets. Ever popular Mike Denver and his band will get the crowd going when he graces the Dome on Friday. It will be full steam ahead on Saturday, the successful Vintage Rally with Craft Fair again taking centre stage. Saturday will no doubt be crazy as a six piece traditional group from County Antrim, The Crazy Folkers, headline the entertainment. Sunday brings the traditional Fun Day with underage football blitzes for boys and girls, bouncy castles, workshops, laser tag, cage soccer, water zorbing and lots of other activities throughout the day. Inside the Dome there will be a traditional seisuin and everyone is welcome to come along. Justin McGurk and Boogie Men will perform live in the marquee on Sunday night bringing the week of festivities to a close.
Training for U6-U12 players is on Thursdays 6.30-7.30pm, U14 boys train on Wednesday at 6.30pm.
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We host Derrynoose on tomorow Tuesday 8pm and Strabane Shamrocks, on Saturday 4pm. The game with Carrickmore (rained off) will be reschedued shortly. Championship begins at the end of July.
The hurling/camogie Kelloggs Cúl Camp at NCC is this week Monday-Thursday, Clochóg 10am-1pm.
U14s travel to Tallow Co Waterford for a coaching weekend on Friday and return on Sunday. They will stop with St Fintans, Mountrath in Laois.
U12 coaching is each Monday at field 6.30-7.30pm. Equipment provided. Bring water bottle and £1.
U6s, u8s train Tuesdays 6.30-7.3a0pm, U10s Thursdays 6.30-7.30pm. Bring water bottle and £1. Equipment provided for those without helmet or camán. U16s train Sundays 10.30am, all Cloghog. First league game v Cappagh at home on Thursday 26th at 7.30pm.
Handball is on a short summer break, resuming on Wednesday 25th.
The annual Corn Garaí Uí Dhuifinn is on the last Saturday in September. Book it into your diary.
Offaly hurleys have arrived - Sizes 24” 26” 28” 30” 32” 33” 34” for sale. Contact Paul.
Lotto Draw is on Monday 23rd, Jackpot £1250.
Committee meet Monday 23rd 7pm in Club.
Puzzlesheets are circulating for July, £1 per sheet. First correct drawn entry at month end wins £25.
All gear enquiries to merchanising officers Aidan 07843 237515 or Stevie 07729 720611.
Watch out for Annual Draw in next few weeks. prizes include All-Ireland Final tickets and overnight stay, membership of Glenavon Hotel Riveria Health Club. Tickets £5 from any committee member.
Summer camp is Monday to Thursday July 23-26, forms from Youth officer Niall Bell in coming weeks. All are encouraged to attend to ensure camp continues next year. Campa Chormaic is third and fourth weeks of July at Eglish GAC, incorporating Irish language classes, football, camogie and hurling coaching. For 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. Contact Niall Bell for details.Anybody interested in coaching or assisting with youth teams is asked to contact Youth Officer Niall Bell on 07796 826503 - help, especially from parents, is greatly appreciated.
Lotto numbers for Friday July 13 were 13, 19, 29, 30 - no jackpot or match three winners. The jackpot is £3700.
Fixtures: ACL Errigal v Ardboe– Saturday July 28, 6.45 and 8.15pm; For youth fixtures contact management.
U6 boys training is finished until Wednesday 25th; U8s and U10s break until Monday 23rd. U8, U10, U12 girls Wednesdays 6-7pm, U12, U14 boys train Thursdays 6.30-7.30pm. U16 and minor training is on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6.15pm. U14 girls train Wednesdays and Fridays 6-7pm,
Tyrone summer camp in Ardboe is today Monday until Thursday.
Camp Rossa is Friday-Sunday August 17-19, Forbes Spar our sponsors for which we are grateful; forms may be downloaded from club website or collected in Forbes shop. If you are a Club Rossa member, child’s fee is waivered. Fees: £20 per child, family of 3 or more £50; help with coaching appreciated; contact Enda Teague for information.
Thanks to all who helped out and attended our cycle, family fun day and bbq on Sunday.
Well done to Tyrone on winning their All Ireland qualifer game against Roscommon at the weekend.
Aerobics in Parish Centre Monday and Wednesday 7–8pm. Comhairle Uladh Cúrsa Gaeilge is in Downings, Monday-Saturday July 23-28, free and tailored to suit needs of members of clubs in Ulster. It caters for complete beginners to those fluent in language; contact Malachy Ó Néill for details: 07799 867965 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be no underage training for U6, U8 and U10 during July. Training will resume in August with a number of blitzes still to take place.
Our seniors beat Newtownstewart in the league last weekend, Mathew Walsh with the first score, a well-taken point, followed by an Adam Mallon free. Sean Burns cracked in a great goal and Patrick Quinn added another as the lads raced into a six-point lead. Newtownstewart replied with three points before Mallon got a point on the stroke of halftime - 1-4 to 0-3. Newtownstewart got the first score of the second half before the Clarkes hit four in a row via P McNulty, D Hand and P Quinn. Newtownstewart finished off with a penalty goal to leave the score 1-8 to 1-5. Scorers S A Burns 1-0, P Quinn 0-3, A Mallon 0-2 M Walsh and D Hand 0-1. Next match is against Castlederg on Saturday 28th July, 6.45 and 8.15pm.
Club Tyrone summer camp in Dungannon is Monday to Thursday August 20-24, application forms from Tyrone website or committee member.
Training for Ogs resumes next Monday in O’Neill Park, now 7.30-8.30pm.
Lotto numbers for Sunday 8th July were 5, 15, 17, 23; five matched three. Jackpot stands at £1750.
Next fixtures for the seniors and reserves are on July 28 in Carrickmore.
Next U8 blitz is on Saturday 28th. Training is on Mondays at 6.30pm for U6, U8 and U10.
Ladies Intermediate Championship semi-final against Trillick is after the holiday period. Training ‘Gaelic Learning to Play and Practice’ is on Mondays at 6.30pm for U10s. Committee meeting is next Monday at 6.30pm. Gaelic 4 Mothers is a major attraction with players from all over the parish practising new skills and drills through fun games, Training is Tuesdays at 7.30pm at St Joseph’s school.
Anyone requesting tickets for the Ulster Final next Sunday should contact Edward Holland ASAP on 07864 750007.
Cash for Clubs Clothes bank is now situated beside the club rooms. This is a great facility to dispose of any unwanted clothes etc and the club benefits financially from this scheme.
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