Weekly Notes 30/04/2018

Last week’s lotto numbers were 1, 3,18 and 19. There were no jackpot winners, one match numbers three numbers; Raymond O’Loane. Next week’s jackpot is £2,300.

Seniors and reserves continued their league campaign last week with the short trip to Ardboe. The reserves continued their good form with a four point win. The seniors on the other hand were beat on a score line 3.09 to 1.11. The reserves had a hard fought win against Edendork on Wednesday night. Both teams are down to play Pomeroy this week. Watch local press for details.

Minor boys are down to play Coalisland on Tuesday night in Coalisland. Throw is down for 6.45.

The u14 girls had a great win against Fintona at home last Monday night. This Monday the girls make the long trip to Castlederg. Throw in is at 7. The minors continued their league campaign away to Carrickmore last Friday night, unfortunately they came up short on a score line 7.07 to 4.07. The minors are at home this Thursday against Aodh Ruadh at half six. Minor training continues on Monday night from half 6 to half 7. U14 training is on Thursday night 5.45 to 6.45. The senior ladies play their first league home game this Sunday at 7 when they welcome Omagh to O’Rahilly Park. All Support welcomed.

Youth training continues on Wednesday night from half 6 to half 7. All new members welcomed.

 The winners of the club 100 draw were £500 James Quinn, £100 David Coney and £100 Lauren Taggart.

 The newly refurbished Dernagh and Annaghmore Suites are available for all events and parties with First Communion coming up there are still a few spaces left for details phone Kelly Ann on 07592330113 with prices to suit all pockets.

The club would like to send sympathy to the McGrath family Killlen on the death of Fr Sean who was a member of the first Tyrone team to win a minor All Ireland Title in 1948. He played for his beloved O’Rahillys for many years and in later years was our club vice president .No matter what part of the world he was stationed he always kept a keen interest in club affairs.  May he rest in peace, Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him.