Young and old – we need to hear you in Armagh this Sunday

November 28th, 2014 | General News, Senior Football & Hurling

St. Enda's youngest supporter - little Joe O'Neill

St. Enda’s youngest supporter – little Joe O’Neill

Are you all ready for Sunday? Omagh’s youngest fan, wee Joe O’Neill – son of Martin and Sinead O’Neill – certainly is and he wears his club colours well.

Just like the previous games, we need you there in big numbers this Sunday. Bring your flags, your bodhrans, your foghorns and your voice – whatever it takes to to show your support for our boys and to help them over the line to win an historic Ulster title.
We need all supporters to get together in the main stand preferably behind the Omagh dugout so get there early (leave Omagh by 12.30pm) and be prepared to raise the roof as Hugh and the boys take the field. Our players need to hear your support for every catch and every kick of the game. You are the 16th man!.
Car Parking in Armagh. Please note the following advice:

We encourage all St. Enda’s supporters to park in the CBS carpark beside the Athletic Grounds (entrance beside shop and filling station). There is additional carparks at the back of St Malachy’s church and the Armagh City Hotel.  There is limited parking along the Armagh ring road adjacent to the Athletic Grounds. However this can be dangerous so please be careful. Please do not cause any traffic congestion or park in private property.

Homecoming

While we are all striving for a St. Enda’s win, regardless of the result we hope to give our heroes a rousing welcome when they return home to Healy Park on Sunday evening at approximately 7.30pm. Everyone should park in the main carpark. McBride’s lane will be closed. There will be an opportunity for supporters to meet the players in the clubrooms and reflect on a great championship journey in 2014 and enjoy the rest of the evening amongst St. Enda’s friends.
Updates
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Live coverage
For those of you unable to make the final, the game will be covered live on television on TG4 and there will also be live radio coverage on Q101 with our own Paddy Hunter. There will also be live radio coverage on RTE1 and BBC Radio Ulster Medium Wave 1341.