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Tue, 12 Feb 2019
All roads lead to Creggan this Sunday when our U21’s seek to win our first ever Ulster title when they face a talented Carryduff side at 2:00. Lets get a huge support down for the lads and bring plenty of colour and noise to push them on. Best of luck to Paddy and the boys, no matter what happens they have done the club so proud over the last few weeks.

There will be a homecoming for the team in St. Patrick’s Hall at 6:00 on Sunday evening. The club are running a bus to this game, seats are free for children and £5 for adults, to book a place contact Joe Rafferty by text or phone on 07821 719969.

The seniors play Glenullin is the Ulster League on Thursday evening at 8:15 in Kildress.

Dromore GFC are promoting an Irish language conversation circle in the community. This takes place every Sunday morning in the Credit Union from 11:00 to12:00 noon, everyone is welcome to come along for some chat, tea and craic, Bígí Linn.

As a way of promoting the language, we are also offering sponsorship for any child that is going to the Gaeltacht this year, if you are interested contact Joe Rafferty or message us on facebook.

The club are currently compiling a book on the club history, the book would not be complete without memories from people who have lived in the parish. In the coming weeks, committee members will arrange to visit parishioners and record their stories.

Lotto winning numbers for last week were 4, 15, 18, 22, 28 and 29 there were 31 winners with 4 correct numbers each. The £50 monthly draw winner was Karen Connolly (Teemore) and next week’s jackpot in Ireland's biggest club lotto is £25,000, remember you can do the lotto online at www.dromoregfc.com.

Votes of sympathy were passed at the recent monthly meeting to the Colton, Baxter (Omagh), McAleer, Van Brutyn, Tolan and Whiteley (Enniskillen) families on their recent bereavements.