All support in full force as three big games take place this Saturday!
The Seniors and Reserves play away to Owens Roes at 2:25pm and 4:15pm. All support is encouraged in this crucial league game.The U16 Girls have progressed to the Championship Quarter Final, they play away to Donaghmore at 1pm.

Culture Weekend 2016
Please be informed that our second annual cultural weekend 2016 will take place in the Pavilion at St Mary’s Park, Beragh on the weekend of November 4th to 6th 2016.
On the Saturday night (5th November) we will have a Gala Concert with a host of local people displaying a flavour of the talent in the young and the old of Beragh. This is also a chance to see our Scór competitors as they embark on another year of competition for the pride of our parish.
We are also pleased to announce a series of Historical discussions led by our Historian, Alan Rodgers, and joined by other eminent contributories.
More details will be given later but please free you diary for the weekend of November 4th to 6th.

Classes at the Pavilion
The tin whistle class resumed on Sunday2nd October at 12:30. These classes proved popular and successful over the past few years and we are delighted to have Laura Mc Sorley back on board to take this class. The class will be £3 each session. New starters are very welcome and we would suggest children be at least P2 age.

We would like to test the feasibility of a fiddle class. Can anyone interested please come along to the tin whistle class on Sunday at 12:30. The ability to play a musical instrument is easy carried and gives children great confidence. Drama classes resumed on Monday 3rd October. These classes were very well attended last year and we are glad to have Paul Kelly back. All drama classes will cost £20 for 5 weeks. The cost of the first 5 weeks (4th October to 1st November) will be collected on Monday. Class one will be for P2, P3 and P4 children and the class will be from 6pm to 7pm. Class two will be for P5, P6 and P7 children and the class will be from 7pm to 8pm.

Scór is one of the core codes of the GAA and competition is run at County, Provincial and National level. We will be entering teams at all levels from now on. Scór na nÓg is for children under 17 on 1/1/2017. Additional drama classes will be held to properly prepare our people competing for the pride of our Club.

Half Time Games at Tyrone County Finals this Sunday
Well done to Cathair McHugh and Bronagh Farley who have been selected from the 2016 Club Tyrone Summer Camps to participate in the half time games at the Tyrone County Finals on Sunday in Healy Park.

Family Fun Day

Thanks to everyone who supported who supported our Family Fun Day last weekend. The Fun Day concludes underage training for the year. We hope you had an enjoyable day. Thanks to everyone who helped in any way on the day, to our judges, those who went to so much effort baking beautiful cakes which went down a treat with everyone. To those who dressed up, our Bonney babies, and all the children who took part in the races. Thanks also to Cooley Castles.

You can view photos from the day on our photo gallery on Facebook by clicking on this link –

Breacach Handball Club
Good luck to our club members who are repersenting Breacach Handball Club and Tyrone GAA Handball in their upcoming All-Ireland Finals.
Sean Kerr and Turlough Clarke have booked their place in the All Ireland 60×30 Open Doubles Championship Final, which takes place on Friday 8th October in Croke Park.
Elizabeth McGarvey and her doubles partner Ciara Mullan (Carrickmore), have booked their place in the All Ireland Under 16 Doubles Championship Final on Saturday 15th October. Final details TBC.
Each pairing face tough competition and we wish them the best of luck.
Congratulations to Conor Kerr who won the Over 50’s 60×30 All Ireland Final in Croke Park recently.
GAA Handball caught up with Sean and Turlough in their 5 Minutes With” series on their website…….sean-kerr-turlough-clarke

Four Star Lotto
The numbers drawn in this week’s Four Star Lotto draw were  1,5,14 and 24.

Pauline Owens, Sharon Farley and Marion McCallan matched 3 numbers and share £50.
Next draw will take place on Sunday at 10pm in Heaneys.

Jackpot – £2,700.  Lotto helper is Ryan McAleer.


Other Matters

On cleaning rota from this Saturday are Stephen McCartan, Seamus Barr, Maureen Farley, Roisin Boyle, Mary Barr.

Mickey McCann is on Pavilion duty for the week beginning Oct 8th


Health and Wellbeing

To support the NSPCC’s Parent’s in Sport Week, Ulster GAA are asking all GAA Parents to become “Super #SportsParents!”.


The campaign, titled “Save our Smiles” is aimed at creating a Fun and Positive environment for our young GAA Players, specifically it focuses on how parents can help create this environment.

Parents are encouraged to get involved in two ways, What to say after a match and Sideline Behaviour.

Posters will be distributed to clubs and we encourage everyone to support the campaign