Senior football - Both seniors and reserves again picked up vital points in the league last Sunday with a double victory over Trillick in Healy Park. This Sunday, they have home advantage again, this time against Moortown with throw-in at the usual times of 2.15pm and 3.45pm. Everyone is encourage to get behind the teams and give them your support.
Ladies football - Congratulations to the senior ladies on their championship win on Monday night over Cappagh.
U14 - On the youth front, only our U14 footballers are in action at the moment with a game last night and another on Saturday at 4pm at home to Dromore. Next Wednesday they travel to Carrickmore.
U12 - Training for U12 footballers continues on Saturday, 1pm to 2.30pm. Coaching for U8 and U10 football and hurling switches to Healy Park on Saturday from 10am to 11.30pm.
Hurling - Hurling coaching for U8, U10, U12 and U14 hurlers continues on Thursday evenings in the Brothers Park from 6.30pm to 8pm.
Camogie - The first steps to reintroduce camogie to the club will be taken tomorrow night (Friday) when coaching for all girls over the age of 5 years will follow girls football coaching in the Brothers Park at 8pm. Everyone welcome. All equipment will be supplied.
Cycle - Focus is now switching to our fifth annual cycle and BBQ on Saturday 9th June with an 80 miles and a 40 miles route on offer for cyclists. An information evening will be held in the club on Friday 1st June. Anyone not taking part in the cycle are encouraged to sponsor a cyclist as they aim to raise funds for youth and club development. Visitors can also sign up to participate in the cycle for just £10.
BBQ - Tickets for our highly popular BBQ will be available this weekend at £10 each. Everyone is advised book early as demand will be high.
Races - The Night at the Races to raise funds for senior football has now been rescheduled for Sunday 3rd June, so keep this evening free for what should be a great event.
Bingo - Big Bingo returns to the club this evening at 9pm with up to £6,000 in prizes up for grabs.
Lotto - Last week's Club Lotto numbers were 2, 6, 10, 13 and 27. No jackpot winners. Four draw winners of £25 were Marie Crossley, Des Gormley, Pauline McMahon and Patrick/Norah McAnnula. Next week's jackpot is £3,100.
Sympathy - The club extends its deepest sympathy to club members Mickey Kelly and Shiela Meyler on the tragic death of their brother, Vincent, last week. Sympathy is also extended to secretary John McElholm on the death of his aunt Breda.
Ulster minor - Healy Park will host an Ulster Minor championship game between Derry and Donegal this Sunday at 7pm. All available stewards to report to club secretary John McElholm by 5.30pm sharp.