Weekly news round-up – Thurs 5th March

March 5th, 2015 | Weekly News round-up

Club Notes JournalistOmagh

Ulster Scór semi-final – A bus is being organised to the Ulster Scór Sinsear semi-final, in Killeshandra, Co. Cavan this Saturday, anyone interested should contact David Tierney, 07742242072.

2015 membership – With the deadline for 2015 registration (players and non players) fast approaching, anyone wishing to apply for or renew their membership for the year ahead can submit their application to Registrar Vicky O’Hagan in the clubrooms this Sunday from 5.30-7pm. Download membership form here.

Youth medals – Congratulations to the U14 hurlers of 2014 who received their 2014 Tyrone Feile Shield medals from Tyrone senior hurling captain Damien Casey and manager Mattie Lennon on Friday night at Healy Park, while the U13 footballers who reached the county championship final of 2014 also received their runners-up medals from St. Enda’s and Tyrone senior star Justin McMahon. See photos on our Photo Gallery

U14 league – The U14 Devs will play Drumquin Wolfe Tones at 11am on Saturday morning, while the A team have a bye this weekend.

Minor league – On Sunday, the minor A team is at home to Newtownstewart, while the Devs are away to Trillick. Both games are at 3.30pm.

Youth coaching – Camogie coaching for year 5 to year 8 and U12 Hurling continues in Omagh Leisure Centre from 6-7pm this evening (Thurs), please bring £2. There will be indoor camogie coaching in the main hall at Healy Park on Friday from 6-6.45pm, Newcomers welcome.  All sessions cost £1. Gaelic Start for P1, P2 and P3 children continues on Saturday in the CBS sportshall from 10am.

St. Patrick’s Day – On the 17th of March Healy Park will host the “Ceili and Craic” event at 3 pm. Come and join us for a family day of fun and laughter and don’t forget your dancing shows. At 6pm there will be traditional music from award winning all Ireland Fleadh musicians.

Senior league – The mens senior League will resume on either the 11th or 12th of April with an away fixture to Augher.

Awards – Good luck to Hugh Gallagher and everyone attending the Ulster Herald Sports Personality Awards on Friday night.

Coaching course – A Foundation Level Course in Gaelic Football run by the Tyrone County Board will be held at Healy Park this Saturday (7th March) from 9.00am- 2.00pm) for St Enda’s Coaches. This is the first step on the Coaching ladder. All past and present players, Parents of underage players, or if you are enthused in becoming involved in Coaching at St Enda’s, are encouraged to attend. If you are interested in attending this Course contact Liam Grugan on 07808740114.

Cycle – 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.

Support Cara – We would like you to show your support for St. Enda’s ladies footballer Cara McCrossan who is busy raising funds for a six week charity project in South Africa this summer for Friends of Africa. A fund raising dance will be held in the Mellon Country Omagh on the 28th March.

Lotto – Last week’s club lotto results are; 3, 4, 5, 10 and 13. There was one winner of the £100, Emma Marshall of Clontarf Heights.

Sympathy – Sympathy is extend to former club President Brendan McAleer and his family on the recent death of his brother Raymond.