Last weeks lotto numbers were 11, 12, 16, 17 & 28. No jackpot winner this week but the £50 goes to Noel Franey, John F Mullan and the McSorley children. Next weeks jackpot winner is £12,100 and tickets can be bought online on Klubfunder https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Beragh_Red_Knights_GAA or at local shops.

After their impressive victory last week, our u15 boys are in championship action again. This week, in the quarter final, the lads are away to Errigal Ciaran, throw in at 11am on Saturday morning. That evening, our senior ladies are also on the road as they go to face Kildress, in their league campaign. Throw in at 7pm. More championship action comes on Tuesday (17th) as our minor ladies face urney in the quarter final, throw in at 7pm.

Congratulations to Tyrone minors on impressive victory over Fermanagh last weekend. Paddy McCann, Conor Owens and Fiachra Donnelly all played a part in the win, and will need to continue their form in tomorrow nights final. The club wishes all involved the best of luck as the lads take on Donegal in Brewster park tomorrow evening, throw in at 7.30pm.

Due to a number of covid cases, Tyrone’s All-Ireland senior football semi-final, due to be played this weekend was unfortunately postponed. The club would like to wish any individual who has contacted the virus a speedy recovery, and the best of luck for the game, which is now due to take place on Saturday (21st) in Croke Park. Anyone who has originally requested tickets for this game should have been sent an email, which allows them to buy the tickets online. This offer does need accepted by tomorrow. If anyone who has requested is now unable to attend, they should contact contact to Paddy on 07979714576 via WhatsApp/Text or email secretary.beraghredknights.tyrone@gaa.ie

As a result of this, our club would also like to remind our members that coronavirus is still a major issue in our society, and that certain measures such as social distancing, wearing masks and washing hands are simple but effective methods of avoiding the virus. This is a responsibility each and everyone of us needs to take seriously.