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Tue, 13 Feb 2024
Pride of place this week must go to our seven club men who were part of the successful Omagh CBS MacRory Cup winning team, comhghairdeas to Brian, John, Oisin, Fearghal, Adrian, Paidoe and Jack and their CBS teammates, we also wish the best of luck in the upcoming Hogan Cup campaign. Also well done to the many coach’s within our club who put so much work into these lads through the years.

This Sunday from 10:30 - 12:00 in the Sports Hall we have our annual youth and adult registration morning, we have decided to keep our membership fee's the same as last year, so come along and get signed up to the club for 2024.

Our Ranganna Gaelige, Irish language classes continue on Monday evenings in St. John’s School, Bunrang 1 (Complete beginners) is from 7:00-7:45, Bunrang 2 (beginner improvers) is from 7:45-8:30 and Meanrang (Intermediate) is from 7:00-8:00, everyone welcome to come along and join the ever growing Irish language speaking community in Droim Mór.

There are still come editions of our Club History book ‘Dromore St. Dympna’s Club and Parish’ available, the books are priced at £20 each and are available for purchase in Montague’s Shop or can be bought online via the link on our club website and social media, postage can be arranged at an additional cost.

The Torthaí Lató (lotto winning numbers) for last week (7th) were 8, 9, 10, 17, 18 and 24, there were 10 winners with 4 correct numbers each. Next week’s jackpot in Ireland's biggest club lotto is £25,000, remember you can do the lotto via tickets in all local shops or online at www.dromoregfc.com.

Votes of sympathy were passed at our recent club meeting to the Donaghey, McGlone, Breen, Molloy (Sixmilecross), Hannigan, Bonner, Harkin (Killyclogher), Keown (Belleek), Quinn (Bristol), McNulty (Irvinestown), McAleer, Quinn, Devenney (Drumquin), Maguire (Omagh), Canavan, McQuaid (Irvinestown), McMahon (Irvinestown) and O'Reilly (Ederney) families on their recent bereavements.