Ulster Club Games – Healy Park will host two big Ulster championship games this Sunday with Truagh playing Foreglen at 12.45 in the Intermediate semi-final and Glenswilly playing Roslea at 2.30pm in the Senior semi-final. All ticket sellers, shop workers and stewards should report for duty at 11.30am.
Raceday closes in – Our inaugural raceday event on the 30th November is fast approaching and anyone who would like to buy a ticket or take a table at the Fairyhouse event is advised to contact Eamon McMullan (079 792 404 40), Charlie O’Donnell (077 096 974 14) or Eugene McMahon (079 269 413 21) asap.
Scór semi-finals – The club extends best wishes to all our children who are taking part in the semi final of Scór na nÓg in Newtownstewart tomorrow (Friday) at 7.30pm.
Cinderalla – Club members are asked to keep free the 6-8th December for our Panto ‘Cinderella’ in St. Joseph’s Hall. We are looking for help in set building, and painting, stage crew, makeup, runners, front of house and teas. If you would like to help out in any way please contact David Tierney on 07742242072.
Fight-Night – The club is also planning a big ‘Fight Night’ in mid-February and anyone who would like to have a go at this fund-raising event or would like to help as trainers, event organisers etc, is asked to contact Martin Lynch on 07799 345628.
Camogie blitz – This Friday evening at 7pm in the CBS hall, the first of our end of season internal camogie tournaments will be staged for junior players. A ‘senior’ league for older girls will be played on Fri 22nd and 29th. Full details of teams are on our website and facebook page.
Hurling and Gaelic Start – Hurling coaching from 8pm as normal with Gaelic Start on Saturday from 10am.
Kit-Shop Sale – A second Kit Shop ‘clearance’ sale will be held at Healy park this Saturday from 2.30-3.30pm and a final few bargains are still to be had with some items reduced by 50%.
Lotto – Last week’s Club Lotto numbers were 10, 11, 20, 23 and 24. Four draw winners of £25 each are Kevin Kelly, Maggie McColgan, Sally Ward and Paul McKenna.