Day to remember – Sunday past will go down as yet another unforgettable occasion in a memorable year so far with the brilliant second half comeback by the seniors sealing a great Ulster quarter-final victory over Crossmaglen. We now await the winners of the Donegal/Fermanagh quarter-final this Sunday with the semi-final scheduled for Sunday week (16th Nov, venue TBC). Many thanks to everyone who came out to support the players.
County final DVD – Copies of the Tyrone county final DVD are currently on sale in the clubrooms at £10 each.
Cultural Award – The club picked up another accolade last weekend when it received the Cultural Award at the GAA Writers banquet in Bundoran. Club Secretary and Ceili dancer Paul Breen received the award in recognition of the club’s outstanding contribution to Scór. So far this year, St. Enda’s picked up nine Scór titles including an All-Ireland Ballad title and were All-Ireland finalists in Ceili Dancing and Scór na nÓg Ballad.
Scór semi-finals – Tomorrow night (Fri), several club acts will be performing in the Tyrone Scór na nÓg semi-finals in Newtownstewart and best wishes to everyone as they aim to bring more titles to the club.
Gaelic Start off – Please note there will be NO Gaelic Start sessions for the next two Saturday’s. Sessions will resume on the 22nd November.
U8-U10 coaching – Boys U8 and U10 football and hurling coaching will take place in the main hall at Healy Park on Saturday morning from 10am. Newcomers welcome. Indoor camogie and hurling for U8 and U10 boys and girls will resume in Omagh Leisure Centre on Friday from 8pm-9pm. Admission £2. Everyone welcome.
Club Meeting – There will be a Club Executive meeting in the clubrooms on Monday next at 8pm.