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Club Notes: 25/05/2015 25/05/2015

Club Notes: 25/05/2015

The Club Errigal Alphalot draw takes place tomorrow night (Tuesday), and details of winners can then be viewed on our website The draw reverts back to the normal Monday night slot next Monday 1st June.

Our reserves and seniors travelled to play Greencastle yesterday (Sunday), the reserves recording a 0-10 to 0-6 victory, while the seniors slumped to a 1-11 to 2-10 defeat.

It was better news later yesterday evening in Aghaloo with our minor girls displaying much more urgency than their male counterparts, and no small amount of quality football when they scored an emphatic win over St Macartans to claim the grade 1 minor championship title. A huge congratulations to all the girls and to the management quartet of Claire Campbell, Aisling McRory, Tiffy Quinn and Neillie McAleer and best of luck when they head into the Ulster series later in the season. They then meet Sperrin Og tomorrow evening (Tuesday) in the decider for a place in the league final.

Our U-14 girls travel to play Carrickmore this Friday 29th May at 7.00pm in their last league game. Meanwhile the next game for our senior ladies is at home to Kileeshil on Saturday 6th June at 7.00pm. 

Following our quarter final victory over Cappagh, our U-14 boys play Dungannon this Wednesday evening in the semi final of the championship. Throw in for the game in Galbally is 6.45pm.

This weekend we host a big double bill of championship action on Sunday evening when Derrylaughan play Aghyaran at 6.15pm followed by Dromore against Ardboe at 7.45pm and all stewarts are asked to report to Dunmoyle in good time.

"Omagh Keeping Well" are asking for your vote to secure funding for a mobile cancer service in the Omagh area. The Cancer Focus NI Keeping Well van, a mobile drop-in unit that delivers free health checks and cancer awareness sessions directly to workplaces, sports and community groups across Northern Ireland, has been shortlisted to receive £10,000 of funding through the Aviva Community Fund, but needs your vote to secure the amount. Please take two minutes to log on to, search for the ‘Keeping Well’ project and vote to secure the funding for this service in the wider Omagh area.  Voting closes 30th May 2015.