Weekly News Round-Up – Thurs 28th Jan

January 28th, 2016 | Weekly News round-up

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Scór – Congratulations to all five of our Scór Semi Final acts who have progressed to the Tyrone County Final, which will be held on Sunday 7th February, at 3pm in Galbally. Well done to all involved and keep the date free for the final to show your support for our County finalists.

Set Dancing – There’s a change of venue for the Set Dancing classes for children aged 7 years and over, for one week ONLY this Friday in the Holy Family lower site from 3.30pm – 4.30pm, £1 per child. Please bring your own drink if required. Contact Marion Doody if necessary on 07810551308.

National League – Healy Park hosts Tyrone and Cavan in the opening round of the National League this Sunday at 2.00pm, all stewards are asked to be at the park by 12.30pm.

Gaelic Start – Gaelic Start programme is back this Saturday morning 10:00am – 11:30am at Omagh CBS. The gate on the Iceland car park side will be open for drop off. The main gate on the Kevlin Road will also be open as usual.

Hurling – There is an U6 Hurling blitz this Saturday 30th January in Omagh Leisure Centre. Anyone wishing to play contact Kevin Cunningham 07593946481. All equipment supplied to those who need it.

Main Hall Renovations – We ask again for volunteers and workers to help with the final stages of the refurbishment work to the main hall. Come along this Friday from 7.00pm and Saturday from 9.00am.

Dinner Dance Tickets – Make sure to get your tickets this week for our annual dinner and presentation night in the Mellon Country Hotel on Saturday 6th February. Tickets can be collected in the club rooms from this Thursday evening (after 8pm) or text Secretary Paul Breen 07803876555 to place your order. All tickets must be paid for in full on collection.

Last Man Standing – Entries for the Last Man Standing competition need to be in on Saturday 30 January. £5 per entry with a first prize of £300. You can still enter online from our website omaghstendas.com or by checking out our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Sympathy – The Executive Committee extends their deepest sympathy to the Tony Sharkey a former player with the club who has passed away in Ennis, County Clare. Also to the McKenna family and the Doherty/McGuigan families on their bereavements. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Lotto & Bingo – Lotto numbers drawn at the weekly Bingo on Thursday 21st January were 1,3.6,18 & 28. There was no winner of the £5,000 Jackpot. Pat Ward and Mary Lynn with 4 numbers each win £50. The winner of the bonus ball (24) was John Mullan. Bingo continues every Thursday night at the Clubrooms at 9.00pm.