Fixtures

Two Semi-final games this Saturday for the boys!

The U14 boys secure their place in the League Final after a strong team performance over Stewartstown. 
Well done boys, we are very proud of you all and look forward to the final! Details on the final to be announced.

Next up for the U14’s is the Championship semi final-
Beragh V Derrylaughlan –  Saturday 1st July at 5:30pm – Venue to be confirmed, keep an eye on facebook for an update.

The Minor Boys defeated Brackaville on Wednesday night in the Championship Quarter Final. They prepare to keep the momentum going as they also play again on Saturday 1st July in the League Semi Final against Brocagh in Kildress at 3:30!

The Senior men’s game against Brocagh this weekend has been changed to Friday evening at 8pm, at home, instead of Sunday!
The Reserve match remains on Sunday in Brockagh at 2:15pm.

The Senior Ladies play Moy on Sunday at 7pm, at home.

U21 Football Knockout football begins on Tuesday 4th July, they also play Brocagh at 7.30pm, at home.

U8 (P3&4) and U10 (P5&6) Girls blitz in Omagh on Saturday 1st, can all girls please be at the pavilion for 9:30am, thanks!

Great craic at the night of the races!
Thanks to all the sponsors and those who supported the night of the races!

Beragh Tyrone Summer Camps-  

The early booking rate will end at 3pm on Friday 30th June, after which there is an additional late registration fee of £5 per child. Bookings can be made over the phone or online  here: http://tyronegaacentre.com/tyrone-gaa-summer-camps/ .

Date/Time: 03/07/2017 – 06/07/2017.

Monday – Thursday: 10.00am- 1.00pm

All children in attendance at the Club Tyrone camp will receive the newly designed Club Tyrone kit and backpack.

Tickets for Ulster Final on 16th July.

John Donnelly is taking orders this time for tickets and all ticket requests are to be made to John via email or in writing. Johns email address is jdonnelly17@hotmail.co.uk

All ticket requests are to be with John by Tuesday next 4th July at 10pm. All tickets ordered must be collected and paid for.

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Four Star Lotto

The numbers drawn in our Four Star Lotto draw were 16, 17, 25, and 17. Brian McCartanmatched 3 numbers and wins £50. Next week’s draw will take place on Sunday at 10pm in Farley’s. Jackpot – £1,550.
Lotto helper is
Pete and Dympna Owens.

Club matters
On cleaning rota from this Saturday, 1st July
– Anne McCartan, Conor Kerr, Martin Colton, Michelle Warren & Briege McGarvey.

This week John Donnelly is on pavilion duty

The club wishes to congratulate two of our U14 boys, Jonathan Owens and Cahir Kelly who have been selected to the Tyrone U14 Academy. This is a great achievement for the two boys who have worked very hard. We wish them both well.

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Good luck to the Tyrone Senior Ladies in the Ulster Final, and to Barry Grimes and Damien Corrigan who are involved with the team. 
All the best as Tyrone aim to retain the Ulster titles in 2017.

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Breacach Handball Club success

Ruairi Kelly won the Mount Talbot One Wall Champion before jetting back to Australia

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Well done to the Feile team(Jonathan Owens, Conor Owens, Patrick McCann, Ciaran McNally and Jack Darcy) who travelled to Wexford recently. The team lost out narrowly to get to cup final but went on to win the Plate final. Also congratulations go to Jonathan Owens who came third in Division 1 skills competition. Brilliant achievement for you all.

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Ulster Success for Breacach
Last weekend saw the Ulster One Wall Championships take place in Loughmacrory. Breacach had three runners up and two champions.
Our runners up were Michelle Warren (Ladies B) who was defeated by Megan McCann from Armagh, Eilish Owens (Ladies Challenger) who lost out to Loughmacrorys’ Claire Conway and finally Seamus McCrory (Mens C) losing out to Colm Turley from Down.

Our first Champion was Niall Kerr who defeated Paul Graham from Belfast in the Masters section to secure his place in the All Ireland semi finals in July.

The highlight of the weekend was the Mens Open final with Conor McElduff returning to the game after an illness. Conors return showed fine form as he knocked out two clubmates before reaching the final against Carrickmores’ Darragh Daly defeating him with a scoreline of 15-6, 15-6 well done and good luck in the semi final.

Good luck to the Breacach and Tyrone handballers who are playing the Wall-Ball Nationals this weekend in Castlebar!

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