Club notes – January 31

• Commiserations to Evie Gallagher, Aine MacRory, Aoibhinn Gallagher, Emma-Cait Gallagher and Loreto Grammar, Omagh, who were beaten by St Mary’s, Magherafelt in the Ulster U20 final last Thursday. Congratulations to Niall McCarney and Omagh CBS who are through to the MacRory Cup final after their semi-final win on Saturday. They’ll play Holy Trinity, Cookstown in the final on Sunday, February 12. Well done to Sadhbh Duncan, Caitlin McCarron, Shauna Murray and student coach Caoimhe McCarron, who were instrumental in Drumragh Integrated’s clean sweep at the LGFA post-primary blitz held in Cookstown last week. They are now through to the Cup Tier quarter-final.

• Hard luck to Joanne Barrett and Tyrone Ladies who were beaten by Monaghan in the National League on Sunday.

• Drumragh are once again participating in the GAA ‘Light up Ireland! initiative and Every Step Counts challenge. Details on how to sign up are on the club website and social media pages. And as part of it, organised walks will continue on Thursdays at 7pm and Sundays at 12pm at Clanabogan Park. For more information, please contact Joe McLaughlin (07779 349289).

• Anyone interested in representing the club in Scór na nOg is asked to contact Dermot O’Kane (078 0847 2669).

• This week’s winning Club Drumragh Lotto letters were B E F L S. There was no jackpot winner and the one match 4 winner, who wins £100, was Irenee Maguire. Next week’s jackpot is £10,000. Lotto tickets can be purchased online at You can now set up a recurring payment to ensure you never miss out on the weekly club lotto. Drop off points for paper tickets are Clanabogan Country Club, Vivo Stores, Clanabogan, Broderick’s, Top Of The Town, Sallys and The Coach Inn. Full details on the lotto can be found at