St. Enda’s coaches, players over the age of 16, and the parents of our youth players are invited to a special ‘safeTALK’ course to be held in the clubrooms on Wednesday 6th November from 6.30-9pm. The free course which will be provided by Barry McGale, Western Trust Suicide Liaison Officer, will help participants recognise and […]
For those of us who might suffer from depression or know of someone who does, this blog from former Cork player Conor Cusack is very powerful and worth reading. Click on this link – Depression is a friend, not an enemy.
A big thank-you to all those who attended the Club Development meeting on Wednesday evening in the clubrooms. Members spent the evening discussing various topics which have been identified as the key areas for development within the club. All the issues discussed will be used to formulate a five year strategic plan for St. Enda’s. […]
Everyone will be aware that St. Enda’s promote a half-time draw for £100 at each of the big Healy Park games. During the recent senior football final, the draw ‘winner’ unfortunately failed to claim their prize and as a result we have decided to donate the unclaimed £100 to the Omagh branch of St. Vincent […]
St. Enda’s is in the process of developing a five year strategic plan which will map out the future direction of our Club. This is a key development for us as we aim to build on our past and build for the future. As part of this process, we are holding a consultation Club planning […]
Today’s county final in Healy Park was a special occasion for St. Enda’s as our 1988 senior championship winning team were honoured as the jubilee team of the year. Many of the senior team who defeated Clonoe in the decider 25 years ago were there to receive a special commemorative medal from county chairman, Ciaran […]
A big thank you to the many club volunteers who helped to make today’s county final in Healy Park a great success. A crowd of over 7,000 spectators saw Clonoe defeat Carrickmore 3-8 to 0-12. Many workers were there from early morning and deserve great credit for their commitment.
The St. Enda’s senior football team which last won the Tyrone Senior Championship title in 1988 is set to be honoured at this Sunday’s county final in Healy Park. The team which was captained by Paddy Quinn, defeated Clonoe in Dungannon on the score of 2-6 to 2-4 with Paul McElhatton bagging 2-2 on the […]
Healy Park will host the Tyrone senior football final this Sunday between Carrickmore and Clonoe at 3.30pm. The game will be preceded by the U21 final between Coalisland and Greencastle at 1.30pm. We require Club volunteers to assist with the many functions to make this a successful day – traffic control, car-parking attendants, general stewarding, […]
Well done to former St. Enda’s man Carl McCabe who continues to excel with his adopted club St. Galls of Belfast after they clinched their seventh consecutive Antrim senior football championship last weekend. A former dual star with St. Enda’s, Carl picked up numerous youth medals in hurling and football and was centre half back […]