We regret to announce the untimley death of Mrs Maura Corey of ‘Waverley’ 22 Tamlaght Road, Omagh. A highly respected and well known lady, Mrs Corey passed away on Thursday in the Tyrone County Hospital after a short illness. She is predeceased by her late husband Paddy, the legendary St. Enda’s and Tyrone star of […]
The Executive Committee and members of St. Enda’s regret to announce the untimely passing of Damian Turbitt. Aged 58, Damian passed away peacefully in the early hours of Saturday morning following a short illness. He was a long time stalwart of St. Enda’s and was a leading member of our Scór dancing teams for several […]
The officers and members of St. Enda’s GAC extend their deepest sympathy to the Hurley and McElhatton families on their recent bereavements. We offer our condolences to Youth coach Mick Hurley whose brother Anthony passed away suddenly at his home in Co. Kildare last week. Sympathy also to Youth coach and former player Paul McElhatton […]
Omagh St. Enda’s is delighted to announce the appointment of Seanie Meyler as their new senior football manager for 2013. The club’s Executive Committee ratified the position at a meeting on Wednesday night. Seanie has been a dedicated and long serving St. Enda’s member and has played football at every level with the club since […]
The club’s AGM for 2012 was held on Tuesday evening when members reflected on a momentous and historic year. Fresh from the euphoria of their 80th gala celebrations, delegates heard about the club’s ambitious plans for the future and chairman Seamus Hannigan issued an open invitation to everyone in the Parish to get involved with […]
The Committee and members of St. Enda’s GAC extend their deepest sympathy to the family and friends of the late Mrs Mary McClements who sadly passed away on Monday morning. Aged 95, Mrs McClements who was affectionately known to many club members as ‘granny’, was a leading member of the club’s Ladies Committee in the […]
St. Enda’s won the Grade 2 Championship title on Saturday with a great win over Cookstown in a thrilling final at Loughmacrory.
The Committee and members of St. Enda’s GAC extend their deepest sympathy to club members Brendan and Peter McAleer and their family on the recent death of their brother Patsy. Aged 69, Patsy lived in Maugheraboy, Co. Sligo. He is the uncle of youth coach Kevin.
The Executive Committee and members of Omagh St. Enda’s GAC extend their deepest condolences to Dominic Murray and his family on the death of his mother. The funeral for the late Mrs Irene Murray will take place on Wednesday morning at 10am in St. Mary’s Star of the Sea, Irish Street, Killyleagh, Co. Down. Her […]
It is with deep regret that we report the sudden passing of Gene Turbett, one of St. Enda’s most well known stalwarts. He died on Monday evening at 10pm. An integral figure around the club for many years, the popular Gene was a regular sight at our weekly bingo sessions as ‘caller’, and carried out […]