Weekly news round-up

March 20th, 2014 | Weekly News round-up

 

Club Notes JournalistOmaghUlster Scór final – Three of the five St. Enda’s senior Scór acts have qualified for the Ulster final this Saturday in Downpatrick. The reigning Ceili dance team, our Ballad group and Instrumental Music team were successful in last weekend’s semi-final in Dun Uladh. Commiserations to our Leiríu (novelty) act and the Set Dancing team. There will be a bus to the Ulster Scor final this Saturday. Anyone looking to reserve a seat should text Catherine on 07808049108 asap.

2014 Membership – Anyone who has still not renewed their membership for 2014 must contact Vicky O’Hagan this weekend 07725 356876.

Classes – Set dancing classes for children continues in the clubrooms this Friday from 7pm to 8.30. Everyone welcome.

Presentation night – Tickets for the 2013 presentation night in the Sperrin Restaurant on Friday 28th March are currently on sale from the clubrooms at just £12.50. Only a limited number will be made available so if you don’t want to miss a great night, get your tickets this weekend.

Youth coaching – Camogie coaching for girls continues every Friday 6-7pm in main hall at Healy Park while football coaching for U8 and U10 girls continues on Saturday 11.30am-12.45pm at CBS astro-turf pitch. U12 boys and girls football on Thursday from 6pm. Boys U18 Devs football training in St. Patrick’s Park this evening (Thurs) at 5.30pm. U8 and U10 boys football and hurling continues as usual on Saturday from 10am with a group of U8 hurlers attending a blitz in Fintona.

Youth Games – U14 A team play Carrickmore on Saturday at 11am with U14 Devs at home to Fintona. U16 hurlers play in an Ulster blitz this Saturday and the league on Monday. Minor league games this Sunday with the A team playing Cappagh (4pm) and Devs at home to Derrylaughan.

Lotto – Last week’s (13th March) Club Lotto numbers were 2, 6, 24, 25, 29. Four draw winners of £25 each are Eugene and Sonya McDermott, Emma Marshall, Geraldine Gormley and Patrick McMahon.

Tyrone representatives – Hard luck to Ciaran McLaughlin and Conor Meyler who were on the Tyrone U21 team which lost to Cavan tonight.  Congratulations to Ciaran Breen, Kevin Conway and Damian McGuigan who have been confirmed for the Tyrone U15 football Development team 2014. The following players are currently taking part in the final stages of Development squad trials: U14 – Sean Laird, Cormac Corry; U16 – Eoin Poyntz; U17 – Aaron O Kane, Caolan Moss, Thomas Clarke, Diarmaid O’Doherty