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Tue, 09 Sep 2014
The seniors returned to winning ways with an impressive 2-15 to 1-07 victory over Errigal Ciaran under lights on our new pitch on Monday evening to go clear at the top of the league table. They are due to face Ardboe away this Saturday possibly at 6:00, but keep an eye on facebook and the club website for details.

The U18's will play the league final this Saturday against Dungannon at 2:00 in Garvaghy, we hope to see a great crowd there to cheer the boys on, best of luck to all involved.

The U16 team defeated Omagh 4-13 to 0-06 on Sunday morning and are due to play a group decider this Monday or Tuesday evening away to Carrickmore at 6:30.

The U13's lost out to Omagh in their first game and their are due to host Carrickmore this evening at 6:30.

Well done to everyone involved in the very successful U12 tournament that the club held last Saturday and congratulations to winners Newtownstewart.

The club had their Fun Day last Sunday afternoon and what a success it was with a brilliant turnout, a great day was had by all and every credit must go to all involved in the organisation of it. U8, U10 and U12 coaching has now finished for the year, thanks to all the respective coaches who put so much time and effort in this year.

Congratulations to our senior ladies team who won the county title in fine style last Friday evening, it was great to see such a good support for the ladies and hopefully this support will remain with them as they now embark on their Ulster campaign.

Any fully paid up members wanting tickets for the All-Ireland Football Final must give their names to either Jimmy Quinn (07809 301422), Joe Rafferty (07821 719969) or Barry Campbell 07541 418217) by Monday evening, the draw will take place at the lotto counting on Wednesday evening.

Lotto numbers for last week were 6, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 26, there were 10 winners with 4 correct numbers each. The £50 monthly winner was Ethan Teague and next week's lotto jackpot is £15,800.

Votes of sympathy were passed at the September monthly meeting to the Mcilhatton, Garrity, Farrelly (Belfast) and Kelly (Loughmacrory) families on their recent bereavements.