The Committee and Members of Omagh St. Enda’s were stunned and deeply saddened to learn of the sudden death of our esteemed club member and dear friend Chris Keyes this morning. From early on in his life, Chris had a grá for hurling and following U16 and Minor titles stepped up to our Senior Hurling […]
LIGHT UP O’NEILLS HEALY PARK For Baby Loss Awareness Week. Friday 15th October 7pm – 8pm For information on Services & Support please visit www.ni-maternity.com
2022 will be a very special year for Omagh St. Enda’s with three important anniversaries to be celebrated. We invite you to reminisce and experience 90 years of the history of your club, learn about the development and growth of Healy Park over the past 50 years and indulge in the nostalgia of 30 years […]
Champions 2021… The senior hurlers celebrate winning the Ulster Shield title, and become the first adult hurling team from the club to lift a title since 1973. They had a comfortable 7-15 to 1-9 victory over South Fermanagh Gaels.
On Saturday our U14 Girls faced Kildress in the 2021 Grade 1 Football Championship. On a Sun baked day in extremely warm conditions it would be the Omagh Girls who would come out victorious with a 5-07 to 0-01 win over Kildress. Well done to all the girls and management on a fantastic achievement.
It was with great sadness that the Committee and members of Omagh St Enda’s learned of the passing of club stalwart, Thady Turbett last night at the age of 92. The term “legend” is used quite liberally these days and invariably without much validation, however it is the only term that can be used to […]
A Chairde gael, As some of you will be aware, with the blessing of the Healy family, and after receiving unanimous support of those members in attendance at an Extraordinary General Meeting in February, I am pleased to formally announce a sponsorship deal for the naming rights of our club ground at Healy Park. […]