Winning games – It is shaping up to be yet another busy weekend of club activities with a number of important games scheduled. However pride of place goes to another last-minute-winning-goal performance last Saturday when Orlagh Mullin hit the net late in the game to secure a dramatic Ulster Ladies Intermediate Championship victory over Mullahoran in Healy Park. The girls now play Monaghan in the semi-final on the 19th October.
Big weekend for Reserves – There was only one league game played last weekend when the senior men travelled to Strabane. While the home side claimed victory, the club extend their appreciation to the Sigersons club for their hospitality and reception for our players. This Sunday, the Reserves are on the cusp of winning the Division One league title but they must secure a win against Eglish in their final game to guarantee league honours. The Reserves have played admirably all year, winning twelve of their fourteen league games so far, and it would be good to have a strong support in Eglish for the boys at 2.15pm. The game will be followed by the senior’s final league game of the season at 3.45pm.
U13 final – This Friday night, our U13 footballers play Carrickmore in the final of the championship in Garvaghey at 7.00pm. This is an important game for this very young team who secured a crucial semi-final victory over Moortown last weekend and all parents and club supporters are encouraged to go along to Garvaghey to show their support.
Gaelic For Mums – There will be a ‘Gaelic 4 Mums and Others’ Blitz on Saturday 11th October in Garvaghey. This is a non-competitive / recreational blitz and we need a team of 7-9 players. If interested please contact Martin Lynch on 07799 345628 asap.
Gaelic Start: the next generation – The popular Gaelic Start programme for P1, P2 and P3 children resumes for the winter in the CBS sportshall this Saturday from 10-11.30am. This is a great opportunity for young boys and girls to get a gentle introduction to St. Enda’s coaching activities. Everyone welcome. A registration form can be downloaded from club website at this link.
Hurling indoors – Indoor camogie and hurling for U8s and U10s commenced last week and will continue tomorrow (Fri) in Omagh Leisure Centre from 8-9pm. Children who would like to experience hurling and camogie for the first time are welcome to attend. Admission £2. The Camogs also had an enjoyable outing to Armagh last Saturday for an indoor blitz. Light
U16-18 Hurling – Hurling coaching for U16 and U18 players will resume this Saturday in St. Patrick’s Park (SPP) from 11.25-12.30pm. Newcomers welcome.
Youth coaching – Regular Saturday morning coaching for our U8 and U10 boys continues in SPP on Saturday from 10am. Last Saturday the boys were treated to a visit by our senior players and the O’Neill Cup. U13 girls football continues every Wednesday in SPP from 4.45pm and U8, U10 and U12 girls from 6pm.
BBQ thanks – Finally the club extends its appreciation to Chris McGale and the staff of the Terrace Bar for hosting last Friday’s very successful BBQ in aid of club funds.
Snooker exhibition – A limited number of tickets for the Jimmy White Snooker Exhibition to be held on Friday 10th October at Healy Park priced £10 are available. Those requiring tickets should text Paul Breen on 07803876555 asap.