Weekly News Round-Up – Thursday 17 November 2016

November 17th, 2016 | General News

notes-journalist-omagh12

Reserve Championship – Congratulations to the Reserve footballers on their championship second round win over Ardboe last Saturday. They now play Dromore in the championship semi final this Saturday in Tattyreagh, throw in at 1.45pm. Come and support the team, good luck to all involved. There’s no Senior game this week.

Scor – Well done to all Scor acts in progressing to the Tyrone County Semi Final in Dun Uladh this Sunday 20th November at 5.00pm. All support welcome.

Gaelic Start – continues this Saturday at Healy Park from 10.00am-11.15am. All newcomers welcome.

Hurling & Camogie Coaching – Introduction to Hurling and Camogie coaching for P1-P3 Boys & Girls continues this Friday from 6.30 – 7.30pm, indoors at Healy Park. All newcomers are welcome. All equipment will be supplied

Omagh St Enda’s Christmas Night Out – Thursday 29 December. There will be a football blitz from all sections of the club playing for the Cormac McElroy Cup. Music by the fantastic Amach Anocht. More details follow in the upcoming weeks. SAVE THE DATE

Big Bingo – returns this Thursday 17th November starting at 9.00pm, with £6000 payout, including two £1000 houses.

Speedy Recovery – The club would like to wish a speedy recovery to Leo Turbett who recently underwent a successful operation and is recovering well

Sympathy – The Executive Committee and members of St. Enda’s wish to extend their deepest sympathy to Colm O’Neill on the recent death of his wife Kay and also to the family of Paddy McLoone, a former hurler of the club, both of whom were laid to rest during the week. Our sympathy goes out to both families at this difficult time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.