Weekly News Round-Up

October 15th, 2015 | Weekly News round-up

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U16 Boys Complete Double – Well done to the U16 boys who secured the league and championship double on Saturday following their 0-16 to 0-12 win over Edendork in the Grade 2 Championhip final. The management and players of our U16 football team wish to extend their appreciation to Omagh legal firm McKenna Laverty & Co Solicitors for their generous sponsorship of kit bags for the team.The bags were presented to team captain Cain Bradley and his team mates by Mrs Pauline McKenna of McKenna Laverty & Co.

U16s Girls Win in League Final – Congratulations to the girls U16 team who won the Tyrone Ladies Grade 4 League title on Wednesday in Aughabrack after defeating Owen Roes on a 3-8 to 3-5 scoreline. That’s title number four for our youth teams this year with the U16 boys annexing the League and Championship double while our U14 hurlers won the Feile Shield title.

Gaelic Start Begins for another Year – Omagh St Enda’s U6 & U8 coaching took place this morning. Under the guidance of some of our senior players, the children will benefit from the experiences of Conor Meyler, Joe, Justin & Eamon McMahon where they learned about proper running techniques and basic ball control. Coaching will be from 10-11.30am every Saturday at the CBS Astroturf pitch, and is open to boys & girls. Newcomers welcome. Children will get the chance to learn the basic fundamentals of Gaelic games and  in a fun-filled environment before progressing to our highly acclaimed Youth Coaching Programme for Gaelic Football, Hurling and Camogie. We would advise children to bring warm clothing for AstroTurf coaching sessions (weather permitting).

Presentation for U8s &U10s – Julia McGinn Cup Blitz and Presentations to U8s and U10s Boys & Girls.  All to be at Healy Park for 6pm. Food and presentations to follow after in the Clubrooms. All players and family members are invited.

Senior Action – Our Seniors and Reserves will play their final Leaugue game of the season on Sunday against Dromore in Gardrum Park AT 2.15pm and 3.45pm. If Results go the right way the Senior men will qualify for a semi-final spot.

Scór na nÓg – Well done to all our Scór na nÓg acts who represented the Club last Friday night in Dromore. Everyone performed really well and good luck to those who will go on to the Tyrone semi finals on 25th October in Dun Uladh.

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.