Club Omagh – Development plans for the future

August 30th, 2013 | Club Omagh

The reurbished St. Patrick's Park which was officially re-opened in March 2012 thanks to the generous donations from our Club Omagh members

The refurbished St. Patrick’s Park which was officially re-opened in March 2012 thanks to the generous donations from our Club Omagh members

Healy Park is not just the main GAA attraction in Omagh, but it is also the headquarters for all Tyrone Gaelic football and hurling games. It is one of the most in demand venues for Gaelic games in Ireland and given the huge numbers of youth and adult players who play our national games for St. Enda’s, we are now required to expand our facilities for the future.

The key focus of Club Omagh is to provide the finance for our Development Team who have been working to secure facilities for our growing number of youth players. Click here for Club Omagh Brochure

Our plans include:

Phase 1:

  • An upgraded facility at St. Patrick’s Park – the original home of St. Enda’s teams since 1932
  • Securing facilities in conjunction with Omagh District Council
  • A new rebound wall for football, hurling, camogie and handball at Healy Park

Phase 2:

  • Redevelopment of main hall at Healy Park
  • New gym facility

Phase 3:

  • 4G training pitch/new full size grass pitch.

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