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By Kristina Thu 13th Feb

National Draw prizes (A5)Boxing tickets – All attention is on the club’s Black and White Fight Night in the main hall this Saturday evening. With the final pairings now all sorted, there is a big interest for this fund raising event and a limited number of tickets will be available for sale in the clubrooms this evening (Thurs) between 9pm and 10pm and tomorrow evening (Fri) between 7pm and 9pm.  If who do not want to be disappointed it is advisable to pre-book your ticket by texting 07769 727990 asap. Doors open on Saturday evening at 7pm.

Up for the Final – It is also a busy weekend on the Scór front with an ‘Up for the Final’ evening in the clubrooms on Sunday from 5pm in aid of our young Ballad group which is currently preparing for the All-Ireland final in Castlebar in March. This will be an evening of great Scór entertainment with guests from the Watty Grahams GAA club in Derry also making an appearance. Tickets are £5 (including supper) and can be got from any of our Scór representatives or payable at the door.

Scór Sinsear – The majority of our Scór Sinsear teams have qualified for the Tyrone semi-finals on the 23rd Feb in Carrickmore.

National Draw – Finally, tickets are currently on sale for £10 for the GAA National Draw featuring a wealth of great prizes including trips to Australia and the USA with the All-Stars and Irish GAA teams. Tickets must be returned by the 4th March with the draw on St. Patrick’s Day.

McNamee Award – St. Enda’s picked up another major McNamee Award in Croke Park on Saturday last when we were presented with the ‘Best Club Project’ award in recognition of the recently released club history DVD ‘The St. Enda’s Story’. This is a must have for all club members as it traces the history of the club over the years and features interviews with up to 22 past and present players and officials. Copies are available to purchase in the clubrooms or from Mickey McCrory’s newspagents on John Street, price £10.

Youth Training – U16 hurling training has commenced and will continue on Monday next. Venue and time will be confirmed on website and facebook. Newcomers welcome. U12 boys football training will commence this evening (Thurs) at Omagh CBS all-weather pitch from 6pm-7pm. Newcomers welcome. Well done to our U8 and U10 hurlers who took part in their first indoor blitz last Saturday in Cookstown. Further blitzes for all age groups will be coming up within the next few weeks. Football and Hurling training for U8 and U10 boys will commence on Saturday 1st March. Indoor camogie training will resume on Friday 28th February.

Last Man Standing – After last week’s NFL games only 128 contestants remain in the Last Man Standing competition.

By Kristina Thu 13th Feb

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