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Good luck to Conor and Ciaran in All-Ireland final

Good luck to Conor and Ciaran in All-Ireland final

May 1st, 2015 | General News, Senior Football, U21 Football

GOOD LUCK to Conor Meyler, Ciaran McLaughlin and the Tyrone U21’s in Saturday’s All-Ireland final in Parnell Park. The duo hope to follow in the footsteps of former St. Enda’s players, Barry McGinn, Tony McGinn, Ciaran McBride and Gareth McGirr to lift All-Ireland U21 titles. Tony and Barry played at full-back and centre half back […]

Double win for Seniors and Reserves in League

Double win for Seniors and Reserves in League

April 13th, 2015 | Reserve Football, Senior Football

The club’s Seniors and Reserves got their 2015 Division One League campaign off to the perfect start last Saturday with wins over Augher. In the senior game,  an early Jason McAnulla goal paved the way for a five points win, 1-12 to 1-7. Half-time score – Augher 1-1, St. Enda’s 1-7. Senior scorers – Ronan […]

BBC documentary recounts troubled past

BBC documentary recounts troubled past

March 9th, 2015 | General News, Senior Football

FORTUNATELY for many of our younger players, the tragedies which emanated during the ‘Troubles’ in the 1960s, 1970s and the 1980s are a thing of the past. However, many of our senior members can still vividly recall how their lives were scarred by violence. In a moving interview with BBC Radio Ulster about the former […]

Getting voting now

Getting voting now

February 22nd, 2015 | General News, Senior Football

Calling all St. Enda’s supporters – we need a big vote in support of Hugh Gallagher for the Ulster Herald Sports Personality Awards and for your club which is nominated for Club of the Year in the forthcoming Ulster Herald Sports Personality Awards for 2014. Every vote is urgent….we’re lagging behind. Click on the following […]

Senior Team and Coach of the Year awards for St. Enda’s and Barry

Senior Team and Coach of the Year awards for St. Enda’s and Barry

February 12th, 2015 | General News, Senior Football

Omagh St. Enda’s has picked up more awards following Thursday evening’s Omagh District Council Sports Forum awards ceremony at Strule Arts Centre. The club was awarded the 2014 Senior Team Award which was collected by team captain Hugh Gallagher. Congratulations also to Barry McGinn who was presented with the John O’Hagan Coach of the Year […]

Memorable awards night as 2014 celebrations come to an end

Memorable awards night as 2014 celebrations come to an end

January 25th, 2015 | Entertainment, General News, Ladies Football (Senior), Reserve Football, Senior Football

The 2014 season was officially brought to a sensational close on Saturday Night when almost 170 individual medals were handed out to senior men, senior ladies, reserves, U21 and All-Ireland Ballad winners at our ‘Night of Champions’ celebrations. Ciarán McLaughlin, the outgoing Tyrone County Chairman for 2014 was amongst the guests of honour to present […]

Get voting for our Ulster Club All-Star nominees

Get voting for our Ulster Club All-Star nominees

December 13th, 2014 | General News, Senior Football

Vote now for the St. Enda’s men who have been nominated for Ulster Club All-Stars. Stephen Mullan, Barry Tierney, Joe McMahon, Conan Grugan, Aaron Grugan, Conor Meyler and Ronan O’Neill have all been nominated for the football team of the year while Laurence Strain has been nominated for Manager of the Year. Conor Meyler has […]

Thank you for supporting us

Thank you for supporting us

December 1st, 2014 | General News, Senior Football

Today as we reflect on what might have been, it is an opportune time to not only pay tribute once again to our players and management team, but also you our supporters who backed the team right through the championship. We have seen what we can achieved if everyone put their shoulder to the wheel […]

So near, yet so far….

So near, yet so far….

November 30th, 2014 | General News, Senior Football

ULSTER SENIOR CLUB FOOTBALL FINAL: SLAUGHTNEIL 1-10 OMAGH 1-9 After an heroic Ulster final performance, St. Enda’s championship campaign for 2014 came to an agonising conclusion at the Armagh Athletic Grounds when Derry champions Slaughtneil scored an injury time point to win the game on the scoreline of 1-10 to 1-9. While the defeat is […]