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Tue, 06 Oct 2015
There was no senior game last week with Killyclogher conceding which means with one game to go we have finished top of the league, waiting for the top 4 playoffs to begin.

This weekend full attention turns to the U16’s as they play the Grade 1 Championship final at 1:30 in Healy Park on Sunday, it has been a long time since Dromore last won this trophy so we wish the boys and management the best of luck. They qualified for the final by defeating Carrickmore 2-12 to 1-11 last Friday night in a pulsating semi final clash in Garvaghy in a game that went right down to the wire.

The U13's defeated Beragh last Wednesday and played their final game against Newtownstewart last night, thanks to managers Ruairi, Danny, Gary and Frank for their work with this team.

There will be an end of season U12 trip to Lisburn Leisure Complex on Saturday morning, bus leaves McDermott’s Car Park at 9:00 returning between 4:00 and 5:00, all players to bring a light snack with them.

Well done to the U10 team who won the shield at last Saturday’s blitz in Killyclogher, thanks to Killyclogher for hosting a great tournament.

Plans have now been passed and contract awarded for the long overdue development of a new stand in Gardrum Park, the stand will be dedicated to the memory of long time club president Canon Tom Breen and we hope to have it completed by March next year. Details of the stand can be viewed in the changing rooms, over the coming months we will be fundraising for the stand so if you are interested in contributing contact any committee member for details.

The club are hosting the heats of Scor Na nOg this Friday night in St. Particks Halls, come along for a great evening’s entertainment

Lotto winning numbers for last week were 4, 7, 18, 22, 27 and 29, there were 12 winners predicting 4 numbers each and Frank McCusker won £250 with 5 correct numbers. Next weeks jackpot is £18,450 and the lotto sellers for this weekend are Kevin Quinn (Church St.), Gerard Gallagher (Corner), Seamus O'Neill (O'Connors) and Michael McCoy (Central).