The Seniors men saw the curtain come down on their 2016 championship campaign last week when they narrowly lost out after two thrilling games and extra time. Final score was; Beragh 1-13 to Castlederg 1-15. See the Ulster Heralds report here.

However the Red Knights men aim to maintain their strong league position on Sunday with a home game to Drumragh. Reserves 2:15pm and Seniors 3:45.

The U16 Boys Championship game take place tonight (Thursday 25th) against Moortown at home. Throw-in is 7pm.

The U16 Girls also play at home on Saturday at 2pm against Strabane. The support has been brilliant and as always we hope to see the same this week in St.Mary’s Park.

Coming up
The date and venue for the U14 Girls Championship Final V Cookstown is still being discussed and is likey to be played at the start of September.

Underage Training

Training for U6, U8, U10 and U12s continues on Saturday mornings from 11am to 12:15pm and Wednesdays 6:30 – 7:30pm.

Well done to the U12 Boys who reached the shield final at the recent Errigal Ciaran tournament. The boys eased past teams from Down, Armagh, Monaghan, Derry and Tyrone throughout but were very unlucky to lose to Derry team Swatragh by a point in the final.

We would like to wish them at the Loughmacrory tournament this Saturday.

The U8 Girls are attending a blitz on Saturday. Venue is to be confirmed at the moment however parents are asked to meet at the pavilion to depart at 9am on Saturday Morning.

Four Star Lotto

The numbers drawn in this week’s Four Star Lotto draw were 11,15, 22 and 24. Next draw will take place on Sunday at 10pm in Farleys.
Jackpot – £2,400. Lotto help is Ryan McAleer.

Other Matters

On cleaning rota from this Saturday (27th)  Gerard Loughran, Tony McCrory, Monica Treacy, Joanne O’Neill, Agnes Grimes    

Mickey McCann is on Pavilion duty for the week beginning July 27th

Health and Wellbeing

#littlethings chosen as theme for 2016 GAA/HSE Health and Wellbeing Day.
The GAA and the HSE are working in partnership to bring the messages of protection, resilience and support for mental wellness to local communities.

Both organisations are keen to increase their efforts to normalise the conversation around mental health. In this regard the GAA has selected the 2016 GAA Health & Wellbeing Theme Day, this year’s second All Ireland Football semi-final taking place in Croke Park on August 28th, as another way to promote the HSE #littlethings using the strap line “Little Things can improve your game”.

The #littlethings campaign highlights that we all experience difficult times in our lives, and that when we do, there are some evidence-based little things that can make a big difference to how we feel.
Particular #littlethings messages have been selected for the All Ireland semi-final that have the most connection and relevance to the GAA sporting community such as: keeping active, eating well and there’s strength in numbers. (‘Ní neart go cur le chéile’ is the GAA motto).

Please view and share the following links of support and advice from the GAA if you wish..