Weekly news round-up – Thurs 30th Oct

October 30th, 2014 | Weekly News round-up

Get behind our seniors this Sunday as they take on Crossmaglen in Healy Park at 2.30pm.

Get behind our seniors this Sunday as they take on Crossmaglen in Healy Park at 2.30pm.

St. Enda’s v Crossmaglen – Five weeks after landing the O’Neill Cup for the first time in 26 years, we enter the race for Ulster honours this Sunday when Crossmaglen come to Healy Park for a quarter-final contest. The pedigree of the South Armagh men has been well documented and we encourage everyone who backed our boys in the county final to get out early to Healy Park once again to support the team in what will be a tough challenge. Throw-in is 2.30pm. All club stewards are requested to be present from 11.45am.

County final DVD – A DVD of the Tyrone senior final is currently on sale from the clubrooms priced £10.

Double winners - 2014 Intermediate League and championship winners

Double winners – 2014 Intermediate League and championship winners

Ladies on the double – Last weekend, the club’s winning streak continued when the senior ladies scored a comprehensive win in the Intermediate League final to secure the double for 2014. Well done to the players and managers on a magnificent achievement.

Great year – The victory gave us our sixth title this year and, added to the nine Scór titles already collected – including an All-Ireland – in the first half of the year, it is proving to be a remarkable year. See our Timeline to Glory

St. Enda's 2014 Timeline

Win for U13 boys – Last Saturday our U13 footballers also collected the Breen Cup at a blitz in Drumquin, well done to the players and management for all their hard work all season.

Girls have fun – Congratulations to all the St. Enda’s youth girls who received their medals and trophies following Saturday’s end of season Julia McGinn Memorial blitz at Healy Park. See here for photos.

Coaching activities – There will be no indoor hurling or camogie this Friday night. There will also be no U8 football or hurling coaching on Saturday, however the U10s will commence indoor coaching in the main hall at Healy Park from 10am. Gaelic Start also continues in the CBS hall from 10am.

2015 coaches – Any club member who is interested in managing, coaching or just helping out in any way with any of our youth teams next season – Boys and Girls Football, Hurling and Camogie from U6-U18 level – is asked to get in contact with Club Secretary Paul Breen (07803 876555) by Monday 17th November. All requests will be considered by the Club Committee. Tickets are currently on sale for the GAA National Club Draw. Please support.

Get your kit orders for Christmas in by this weekend

Get your kit orders for Christmas in by this weekend

Christmas orders extension date: if you missed the previous cut-off date for ordering items from the club kit shop, you now have a second chance to get your orders in for Christmas. All items must be ordered with Vicky O’Hagan (07725 356876) and paid for in full by this Sunday after the St. Enda’s v Crossmaglen game. Please use order form which can be downloaded here –  Orders for hurling helmets and hurls must also be placed this weekend in order to guarantee delivery for Christmas.

Gaelic for Mothers and Others – There will be a training session in the main hall at Healy Park on Wednesday evenings at 7pm for anyone who would like to take part in ‘Gaelic for Mums and Others’ activities over the coming months. Contact Kerry O’Neill on 07746127489 for further details.