Ulster Ladies Gaelic Intermediate Football – Best wishes to Christiane Hunter and the Tyrone team who play Down in the Ulster Ladies Gaelic Intermediate Football final this Friday (30th June) evening in Clonmore, Armagh. Throw in at 7.30pm. Good luck Christiane.
Ulster Final Tickets – Orders are now being taken for tickets for the forthcoming Ulster Championship Final in Clones against Down on Sunday 16th July. To order tickets club members must send a text to Club Secretary Conor Sally on 07775700598 before 1pm on Thursday 6th July 2017, stating the name of member requesting tickets, the preferred type of ticket (seated or terrace) and the preferred class of ticket (Adult, Child, Student or Senior Citizen.)
Senior Football – Congratulations to our reserve and senior footballers who both had wins away to Galbally last Sunday. The reserve and senior footballers are in league action this Sunday at home to Strabane. Throw in for the reserve game is at 2.15pm and the senior game starts at 3.45pm.
Minor Football – Our minor boy’s football season is over as they bowed out of the championship last week to Eglish. We would like to thank the management team of Mickey O’Neill, Ronan O’Neill, Ciaran McDaid and the players for their all their time, hard work and effort put in during the season.
Wedding Anniversary – Congratulations to Niall and Mary Ward who recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
Lotto – Last week’s Lotto numbers were 9, 10, 11, 13 and 27. There was no club lotto winner of the £4,050 Jackpot. The four draw winners Cormac O’Neill, D McCullagh, Dennis McKenna and Helen McPeake win £25 each. The new jackpot stands at £4,100.
Bingo and Big Bingo – Bingo continues as usual on Thursday night starting at 9.00pm. Big Bingo returns on Thursday 6 June with £6000 in prize money including two £1,000 houses.
Sympathy – The Executive Committee and members of St. Enda’s GAA wish to extend their deepest sympathy to Monica Gallagher on the death of her sister Teresa Campbell (née Donnelly). Our thoughts and prayers are also with the wider Campbell and Donnelly family circle at this difficult time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.