Scór finalists – Congratulations to seven of the ten Scor semi final acts have progressed to the Tyrone County Final, which will be held on Sunday 22nd February, at 3pm in Coalisland. Well done to all involved and keep the date free for the final to show your support for our County finalists. Hard luck to our three other semi finalists who missed out, Kerri-Anne O’Hagan and Eolann Duffy in Solo Singing and our girls ballad group.
Hurling blitz – Well done to all the youth hurlers who took part in Tyrone and Ulster indoor blitzes last Saturday. The next U8 and U10 indoor hurling blitz will be held at Omagh Leisure Centre Saturday 21st Feb at 10am. Any boys wishing to play should contact Mark Gormley (U10s) on 07775 920660 or Chris Keyes (U8s) on 07713 573030.
Hurling/camogie coaching – Coaching for U12 hurlers and U8, U10 and U12 Camogie will continue in Omagh Leisure Centre this evening (Thurs) from 6-7pm. Newcomers welcome. Sessions cost £2.
Football coaching – Youth football coaching sessions are ongoing for the following age group. All sessions cost £1
- U14 boys, Tuesday at CBS at 6.45pm. Last year U12s also welcome for U14 development team,
- U18 Boys, Tuesday at St Patrick’s Park at 4pm,
- U14 Girls, Tuesday at CBS 8-9pm.
- Gaelic Start for P1, P2 and P3 children resumed last Saturday and will continue each weekend in the CBS sportshall from 10am.
Reserve celebrations – On February 21st we will honour the club’s reserve team of 1984 that claimed the county championship. For further details contact Gareth McCrory 07526536224, Neill Boyle 07786840597 or Paddy Hunter on 07762814881.
Cycle training – Plans are currently underway for a summer fund raising cycle, details will be announced shortly. In the meantime, anyone wishing to take part in our weekly group cycle should meet at Fireagh Picnic area on Clanabogan Road this Sunday morning at 10.30am.
Lotto – Last week’s Club Lotto numbers (Feb 5th) were 16, 18, 20, 26, 27. There was no winner of the £5,000 Jackpot. Four draw winners of £25 each were Ciaran McDaid, Marian Crozier, Susan McDermott and Paul Meldrum.
NHL game – Healy Park will host a National Hurling League game between Tyrone and Monaghan this Sunday at 2pm. All stewards should report for duty by 12.30.
Refreshments – The club would to thank Mark and Joan Poyntz for the refreshments for last weekend’s minor challenge game.
Sympathy – Sympathy is extended to the McGrath and Campbell families on the death of Mrs Rose McGrath, formerly of Gortrush Park, and also to the Dromore club and to the extented Breen Family on the death of Canon Tom Breen, a frequent and welcome visitor at Healy Park. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam.