Hard luck in Kerry - Despite producing a flawless performance, our senior Ceili dancers were incredibly unlucky to be pipped at the post in last Saturday's All-Ireland Scór final in Killarney. A large support travelled all the way to Kerry in high hope of seeing the club secure it's tenth national title in Ceili but it was not to be as Spa from Co. Kerry claimed the crown. The Scór season has now come to an end but it will be remembered as one of the most successful for the club in many years, culminating in seven Tyrone titles, two Ulster titles and two All-Ireland final appearances in Scór na nÓg and Scór Sinsir. Well done to everyone involved.
Seniors pipped - On the field, our seniors were also very unlucky not to pick up their first point of the season last Sunday when they were defeated by Clonoe by 2-6 to 1-8. The Reserves meanwhile held the home side to a 0-9 apiece draw to pick up their third point of their campaign.
U16s win - Our U16 teams recorded decisive wins last week over Cappagh and Drumquin.
U8-U10 blitz - The U8 footballers got their season off to a great start last weekend while the U10s stage a blitz in Healy Park this Saturday. Players should report to the pitch at 10.15am and any parent who would like to assist at this event should contact Tony McGinn. U8 football and hurling coaching resumes this Saturday at the CBS from 10am. There will be no U10 hurling coaching due to the football blitz.
Gaelic start - Gaelic Start and U6 hurling continues as normal on Saturday from 10am.
Ulster Feile - Our U14 hurlers travel to Strabane on Saturday morning for the Ulster Feile semi-finals where they will play a series of games against opposition from Tyrone, Down and Donegal. First game is at 10.30am and players will leave Brook Street at 9.30am. A good support from parents would be appreciated.
Gala dinner - Club members requiring tickets for our November 23 Gala dinner should contact any club official as soon as possible as demand is high.
Lucozade Caps - Anyone with Lucozade Sport bottle caps should return them to any youth team coach this weekend. The April draw for a free club shirt for anyone collecting a minimum of ten caps will be made next Monday.
Meeting - An Executive committee meeting will be take place next Monday at 8pm. A full attendance is required.
Lotto - Last week's Lotto numbers were 11,12, 20, 26 and 28. There was no Jackpot winners. 4 draw winners of £25 each are Conor/Orlaigh Sally, Eamon McGale, Janeen McGahan and Eugene Haigney. Next week's Jackpot is £2,900.