County final day – Healy Park will host the Tyrone senior and U21 football finals this Sunday commencing with Coalisland and Greencastle at 1.30pm and then Carrickmore and Clonoe in the senior decider at 3.30pm. Club volunteers are required to assist with the many functions to make this a successful day – traffic control, car-parking attendants, general stewarding, half-time ticket sellers, programme sellers, water-bottle carriers, shop workers, and the post-match clean-up. It is essential that ALL volunteers contact Club Secretary Paul Breen on 07803876555 before Friday to confirm attendance and to guarantee access to the grounds. All available stewards will meet for a briefing at 12noon sharp on Sunday.
Jubilee team – The St. Enda’s senior team of 1988 will also be the centre of attention on Sunday when they will be recognised for winning the senior championship 25 years ago. See our website for details of the Jubilee team.
Mini-games – Good luck also to youth players Daniel McCrossan and Ella Miller who have been selected to play in the half-time mini games.
Reserves – The Club’s senior Reserve team will go into championship action this Saturday (3.30pm) when they travel to Clonoe for the first round of the Knockout competition.
U16 football – Earlier in the day (11am) the U16 Devs team play Trillick in St. Patrick’s Park in the Grade 4 Championship.
Youth action – Last Saturday was a busy day for many of our youth teams with the U10 and U13 footballers, U8 and U12 hurlers and U12 girls footballers bringing their official playing season to an end with blitz and league activity.
Camogie/Hurling – Indoor Camogie coaching for U8 and U10s continues every Friday from 7pm to 8pm in Omagh CBS sportshall and is followed by hurling for U8 and U10 boys from 8pm to 9pm. U12 and U14 indoor hurling takes place in Healy Park main hall each Wednesday 7-8pm. All newcomers welcome.
Gaelic Start – Gaelic Start for P1, 2 and 3 boys and girls commences this Saturday at 10am in the CBS sportshall.
Lotto – Last week’s Club Lotto numbers were 1,15,16,22 and 27. Danielle O’Malley with four numbers wins £100
Guess the Score – Congratulations to Paul McBrearty who won £100 in our recent Guess the Score competition for the All-Ireland football final.
Sympathy – The club extends sympathy to the families of the late Mary Raflewski and Marie McBride who passed away recently.