Weekly News Round-up

October 1st, 2015 | Weekly News round-up

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Youth Action – A strong and determined second half performance from our U16 boys saw the lads drive past Rock to secure a place in the Championship final at a sunny Beragh on Sunday afternoon.  Final score: An Ómaigh 3-7 An Charraig 1-7. The Boys have now got a League and Championship Final to look forward too.The League final will be played this Saturday in Greencastle at 1pm against Kildress. The U16 Girls will play in the Championship quarter final against Promeroy, in St. Patrick’s Park at 12 noon. the U16 Girls also have a league final to look forward to against Owen Roes. Commiserations to Omagh St Endas girls u12 who tonight were defeated in the final of u12 county blitz by a strong Carrickmore team at MUSA, Cookstown. Thanks to all the parents, friends and other girls that came up to give great support.

Seniors & reserves into Crunch Time of Season – The Seniors and Reserve will play their last home game of the league on Saturday at 3.30pm and 5.00pm with a League semi final spot still up for grabs and the possibility of winning the reserve league there is still a lot to play for and Errigal Ciaran will prove to be difficult opposition for both our teams.

Congratulations – Another pair of All-Ireland medals came to St. Enda’s, this time in hurling, as Liam Flanagan and Ciaran Lagan came off the bench in the second half to help Tyrone Minors stage a big comeback to defeat Mayo in the replay of the All-Ireland Minor ‘C’ Championship.

Clean Up at Healy Park – With the busy weekend of football ahead there will be a clean up at the club after the senior game against Errigal Ciaran on Saturday before the Junior and Intermediate Championship finals on Sunday. All help would be much appreciated.

Calling all Stewards – Can all Stewards and helpers please be in attendance for 12.45pm at Healy Park this Sunday for the Intermediate and Junior Finals.

With Sympathy – The Executive Committee and members of St. Enda’s GAA wish to extend their deepest sympathy to youth team mentor Donal Lagan on the death of his father Dan. The club also extends sympathy to U16 football member Jamie Corrigan on the death of his grandmother, Mrs Kathleen Corrigan of Gortnagarn. A native of Dromore, Mrs Corrigan passed away on Sunday past.

Weekly Bingo – Remember Weekly Bingo continues every Thursday night at 9 in the club-rooms. £3,250 total payout plus an opportunity to win £5,000 on our Club Lotto. Just a reminder that there is a free town bus service for Thursday night bingo in the club-rooms which starts at O’Kane Park at 8.15 with stops on the Tamlaght Road, Pat Kirk’s and Strathroy.