Annual General Meeting 2016
The Clubs AGM will be held on Thursday 1st December 2016 at 7.30pm at St Mary’s Park Pavilion.

We hope many make an effort to attend this very important meeting in the clubs year.

Youth Presentation Night 2016
Congratulations to all the winners at the club’s annual youth presentation night. Thanks to all who attended and contributed to the evening, in particular Tyrone stars Colm Cavanagh and Neamh Woods who attended on the night to present our young players with their prizes.
Thanks to Donaghy’s Costcutters for sponsoring the night.
A full list of winners and photos
can be viewed here on the website –

Scór na nÓg
Our young Scór na nÓg people represented our Club well in the Semi-Final in Coalisland. We were disappointed that only one of our six acts made it through to the County Final. We congratulate our Novelty act who are through to the County Final, in St Joseph’s Hall, Omagh this Sunday 4th December at 3.00 pm but commiserate with our Ceili Dancing team, Michaela Mc Cartan our Solo Singer, Cara Mc Garvey our Recitation contestant, our Ballad Group and our Quiz Team.  A huge amount of work went into the preparation of our contestants and our teams were marks away from contesting the final. Indeed many were disappointed that the Scór organisers chose to draw a line one place above Beragh in many cases. We are proud of all our young people who took to the stage for the pride of our Parish. We also thank Claire Mc Aleer and Lee Mc Crystal who worked so hard preparing our high quality acts.

Suicide Awareness Course
Clubs in Tyrone have been urged to increase their awareness of the issues surrounding suicide and to become alert to those who may be struggling.

The Tyrone GAA Health and Wellbeing Committee have arranged a course aimed at helping coaches and other club members identify those at risk and provide support. ‘SafeTALK’ is being delivered in Garvaghey on Wednesday 30th November at 7pm, and anyone over the age of 15 can participate.

SafeTALK is a certified training programme delivered throughout Ireland. It prepares participants to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to appropriate help.

The course is part of a range of Tyrone Health and Wellbeing priorities for 2016, through which clubs are being asked to encourage their coaches and members to participate in.

Ciaran McLaughlin, Secretary of the Tyrone Health and Wellbeing Committee said: “Tyrone clubs have over the last number of years been proactive in how they approach the subject of suicide. “They have one of the highest numbers of participants on the course. Through participating in the training participants have become better equipped to identify the signs for risk of suicide and apply the TALK steps (Tell, Ask, Listen and Keep Safe) to connect friends/colleagues to support.”

The course takes place in the Garvaghey Centre on Wednesday 30th November at 7pm. Any coaches or club members who are interested in attending are asked to email<>

Thanks to all volunteers for the up-keep of our pavilion
Thanks to all our volunteers on the cleaning rota who have taken their time and effort through out the year to tidy our pavilion. It is greatly appericated.
A new weekly rota will begin next weekend. To kickstart the new rota it has been suggested that everyone inculded makes an effort to turn up this Saturday coming (3rd Dec) at 2.00pm for a deep clean of our pavilion.

Four Star Lotto – Jackpot £3,100
The numbers drawn in this week’s Four Star Lotto draw were 6, 8, 23 and 25.
Patsy Farley and Paul Grimes matched 3 numbers and share £50. Next draw will take place on Sunday at 10pm in Heaney’s. Lotto helper is Michael Montague.
Jackpot – £3,100.

 Seamus Boyle is on Pavilion duty for the week beginning Sat 3rd Dec.