The hard work paid off when Beragh Scór competitors went to Ardboe on Sunday for Senior Scór semi
finals and won through to the County Final in four categories. The competition was intense but we will
be very well represented in the final in Galbally on Sunday 7th February at 3pm.
The solo singing is always a well contested and difficult competition and Clare Mc Aleer won through beating
other excellent singers. Martin Mc Crory won through in the Story Telling competition with a very entertaining
rendition of “Sarah Anne”. The Ballad Group of Sarah Owens, Clare Mc Aleer, Paul Tallon, Michael Owens
and Michael Mc Caughey competed in a competition against a lot of polished and experienced groups but
nonetheless booked their place in the final. The quiz competition is not a place for the faint hearted but our
team of James Rodgers, Seamus Rodgers, Francis Farley and Paul Tallon progressed. This is a really excellent achievement by our Scór competitors. There is a lot of talent in this community and we are glad to see it coming to the fore. In Beragh Red Kinghts we aim to compete honestly and earnestly in all GAA competitions. Just as in football or handball, we are delighted that our Scór people are doing well. An Chraobh Rua Abú.

The club’s annual dinner dance takes place on Friday 5th February with the meal being served at 8:30pm sharp in The Pavillion. The club will be honouring Breacach’s World Handball Champions and Tyrone U-21 All – Ireland Champion, Cathal Owens. Tickets are now on sale priced at £20 – available from Costcutters Beragh and from Heaney’s Spar in Sixmilecross. Music by Declan Burke.

The club is running an arteriograph screening on Sat 30th January to a limited number of places so it is recommended to book early. To book a place or for more information contact Patsy Farley on 07879416946 or email patrick.farley676@btinternet.com

Drama Classes will start on Monday 8th February with a registration night for children P2 and above at 6pm in the Pavilion. It is anticipated that, after the registration night, there will be a class for younger children from 6pm to 7pm and another for older children from 7pm to 8pm. The number of children at the registration night will determine days and times of future classes as well as the costs

Tin whistle classes continue on Tuesday (6:30 to 7:30), new children are always welcome.

Guitar lessons for beginners (P6 up) continues on Sundays at the Pavilion: 12.30pm-1.30pm and 1.30pm-2.30pm. Tutor is Maeve McElduff. Your own guitar is necessary. Contact Lisa Rodgers on 07834230893 for info.

The women’s group yoga/pilates class continues on Wednesday in the Pavilion from 8:30 to 9:30. The light chair exercise classes continue on Friday Morning from 10-11am. Come along and support these groups and also enjoy some fun. For any queries contact Susan Grimes on 807 58912.

Beragh Red Knights are currently selling their allocation of GAA National Club Draw tickets. Tickets are £10 each and all of this money goes directly to the Club. The first prize is a new car and there are a host of other great prizes, we appeal to all to support the cause.

If anyone is interested in supporting Omagh Friends of Maire Curie to celebrate their 20th anniversary, they are calling for groups of participants to raise money and take part in a ‘Bed Push’ event in Omagh on 30th April. Contact Mickey Mc Cann on 07752745499 for more info or to take part.

The numbers drawn in this week’s Four Star Lotto draw were 2, 4, 10 and 23. Ryan O’Keefe, Rosie O’Neill, Kevin and Sheila Nixon share £50 for three numbers. Next draw 10pm Sunday night in Farley’s – jackpot £6,400. Lotto helper is Ryan McAleer.

On cleaning rota from this Saturday (January 30th) are: Stephen McCartan, Seamus Barr, Maureen Farley, Roisin Boyle, Mary Barr.

Sean Owens is on Pavilion duty for the week beginning Saturday (January 30th).