Good luck to all our players who are taking part in the U14 Féile na nGael this weekend and a big welcome to our guests Barrow Rangers from Kilkenny who will arrive at Healy Park at 12.30pm today (Friday) and stay with local families over the weekend.
There promises to be a feast of youth hurling action at Healy Park and St. Patrick’s Park with Omagh acting as the main centre for the Division Six category.
St. Enda’s and Shamrocks of Strabane represent Tyrone in this category which also involves teams from Kilkenny, Cork, Dublin, Galway, Wexford and London, amongst others.
All club members are invited to show their support for our players and guests and anyone available to assist with duties at Healy Park over the course of the weekend is also welcome to come along.
On Saturday night the annual BBQ and Healy Park will be a big social highlight of the weekend. Some tickets are still available at Mickey McCrory’s Newsagent John Street or from the clubrooms.
- 12.30pm, Barrow Rangers arrive at Healy Park;
- 2.00pm, Rd 1 game St. Enda’s v Barrow Rangers;
- 4.30pm – Depart for official Féile opening ceremony in Armagh;
- 9.45pm – Return to Healy Park to meet host families
- 10.00am St. Enda’s v Wolfe Tones;
- 10.45am – Barrow Rangers v Four Masters;
- 11.30am – St. Enda’s v Four Masters;
- 3.00pm – Cup quarter-finals (Healy Park and St. Patrick’s Park);
- 4.00pm – Shield quarter-finals (Healy Park and St. Patrick’s Park);
- 6.00pm – Mass Sacred Heart Church;
- 7.30pm – BBQ
- 11.00am – Shield semi-finals (Healy Park and St. Patrick’s Park);
- 12 noon – Cup semi-finals (Healy Park and St. Patrick’s Park);
- 12.45pm – Depart for Garvaghey;
- 2.00pm- Shield Final (Garvaghey);
- 3.00pm – Cup Final (Garvaghey)
Full Division 6 fixture programme can be downloaded here – Div 6.xlsx