Later that afternoon both teams headed to Fenagh in Co. Carlow for the quarter-final stages where Omagh were paired with the illustrious Tullaroan club from Kilkenny, home of the famed Tommy Walsh. The energy sapping heat was beginning to take its toll and eventually the Kilkenny boys got the upper hand in the […]
Registration is now open for the 2017 St. Enda’s Easter Camp for young players at Healy Park. The two-day camp which is open to boys and girls of Primary School age will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday 18th and 19th April. Children will benefit from expert tuition from St. Enda’s senior players with sessions […]
Having qualified for the 2016 All-Ireland Féile na nGael after winning the Tyrone Shield title in April, St. Enda’s U14s had a memorable trip to Waterford/Tipperary for the national finals from the 17th to 19th June. The boys set off from Omagh at an early hour on the Friday morning, stopping off with Barrow Rangers […]
Come along for a what promises to be a great night’s craic at this Saturday’s Night at the Races in the clubrooms. First race 8pm.
Spread the word – come along to CKS Community Centre this Saturday between 10am and 12.30pm for a special Féile Coffee Morning. All donations to our U14 hurling team who will participate in the All-Ireland Féile na nGael in Waterford from 17-19 June. Please support.
Well done to our U14 hurlers who won the Tyrone Feile Shield title for 2016 in Garvaghey today (Sat) and qualified for a place in the All-Ireland Feile na nGael finals in Waterford from the 17th to 19th June. They will be hosted by Stradbally GAA. This is the third year in succession for the […]
The U13 hurlers headed to Lurgan last Saturday to make their debut in the Ulster Supertouch League and recorded two excellent victories. First up was a match against the hosts Sean Treacy’s and the boys recorded a solid 3-3 to 0-2 victory. Next up was Loch Mór of Antrim and an excellent performance ended in […]
After their heroics of two weeks ago, St. Enda’s U14 hurlers failed to reach the same heights second time around when they lost to Eire Og of Carrickmore in Sunday’s championship quarter-final replay. The drawn game in St. Patrick ‘s Park produced 16 goals, and Sunday’s replay produced 11, but unfortunately the game never reached […]
An Ómaigh 9-10 (37) Éire Óg 7-16 (37) A truly fantastic U14 Hurling Championship quarter-final game ended all square after a see-saw battle at St Patrick’s Park on Wednesday evening. A brisk start by the Carmen lads saw them move into a 3 point lead which was quickly wiped out by a goal for the […]
After three great days of activitiy the Féile na nGael for 2015 finished on Sunday past and, just like last year, wonderful friendships and memories have been made. On Friday our U14 hurlers welcomed St. Patrick’s of Drangan in Tipperary for their weekend stay and later that afternoon both teams were in action in their […]