Weekly news round-up – Thurs 16th Oct

October 16th, 2014 | Weekly News round-up

Club Notes JournalistOmagh

SympathyThe Executive Committee and members of St. Enda’s GAA wish to extend their sincerest condolences to the family of the late Enda Dolan following a tragic accident in Belfast. Enda (18) is the eldest son of former St. Enda’s player Peter Dolan and his wife Niamh of 8 Knocknamoe Park Road, Killyclogher. He is the brother of Dervla (16), Ben (12), Andrew (8) and Adam (5). Funeral will take place on Saturday morning at 10am in St. Mary’s Church, Killyclogher. Sympathy is also extended to the family circle of Eugene Bradley following the death of his mother Rita who died on Tuesday and to the McGlinchey and Simmonds families on their recent bereavements.

The U21 team who will meet Carrickmore in the championship final this Saturday in Loughmacrory at 1.30pm.

The U21 team who will meet Carrickmore in the championship final this Saturday in Loughmacrory at 1.30pm.

Finals – After another weekend of celebrations when the Reserves were crowned Division One league champions for 2014, there is another busy weekend of activity ahead with the U21s playing Carrickmore in Loughmacrory on Saturday at 3.30pm in the final of the championship. On Sunday, the senior ladies make the journey to Monaghan Harps where they will play the home side in the semi-final of the Ulster Intermediate Championship at 2pm. Good luck to both teams.

The senior ladies travel to Monaghan on Sunday (2pm) for their Ulster semi-final

The senior ladies travel to Monaghan on Sunday (2pm) for their Ulster semi-final

Scór na nÓg – On Saturday evening at 6.30pm our young Scór na nÓg performers will take to the stage in Killyclogher (Dun Uladh) to begin the defence of the four titles won last year.

League celebrations – Last Sunday, the seniors and reserves finished off their 2014 league campaign on a high note with the Reserves presented with the title in Eglish while the seniors had a convincing 6-12 to 2-8 win over the home team. The seniors will now be focusing on their Ulster campaign on November 2.

Reserve Champions 2014

Reserve Champions 2014

All-Star nominations – Congratulations to Ryan Clarke, Hugh Gallagher, Conan Grugan, Jason McAnulla, Joe McMahon, Justin McMahon, Ronan O’Neill Barry Tierney have all been nominated for Tyrone All-Star awards while Ciaran McLaughlin and Christianne Hunter are each in the running for the Young Player of the Year and Intermediate Ladies Player of the Year awards.

Coaching – Gaelic Start coaching for P1, P2, and P3 children continues this Saturday in the CBS from 10am with U8 and U10 boys coaching in St. Patrick’s Park from 10am. U16 and U18 hurling will commence this Saturday at the earlier time of 11.15am. Indoor camogie and hurling coaching for U8 and U10s continues in Omagh Leisure Centre on Friday from 8pm.

Defeat – Hard luck to the U13 footballers who lost to Carrickmore in their final last Friday.

The U13 team which reached the championship final.

The U13 team which reached the championship final.