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Club notes – September 26 | Nótaí club – 26 Meán Fómhair

By Patrick Griffin Tue 26th Sep

Club notes – September 26 |  Nótaí club – 26 Meán Fómhair
Club notes – September 26 |  Nótaí club – 26 Meán Fómhair

• Good luck to the senior men who play Cookstown in the championship semi-final on Friday. Throw-in at Healy Park is at 8.30pm. Tickets must be bought online beforehand. The game will be shown live on TyroneTV. Details are on the club’s social media pages.

• Well done to the U16 girls, who had a great win over Pomeroy in the championship on Sunday. They play Galbally away in the semi-final this Sunday at 11am. Best of luck to the team and management. The U14 boys lost to Na Doiri Og on Saturday, and are away to Fintona this Saturday at 11am.

• The annual Drumragh 10k/5k, in association with Run For Enda, will take place on Saturday November 11, starting at 11am at Clanabogan Park. For all those ready to begin their prep, the training program will commence at Youth Sport Omagh on Tuesday October 3 at 6.30pm. The training will cater for all ages and all abilities.

• Drumragh Gaelic For Mothers And Others training continues this evening (Thursday) at 8.15pm. New members are very welcome to join.

• Dogs that enter Clanabogan Park must be kept on a leash and must not enter any of the three playing fields. Any dog fouling must be cleaned up by dog owners.

• This week’s winning Club Drumragh Lotto letters were C G Q S T. There was no jackpot winner and the five £10 winners were Caela/Cait/Cahir (c/o Mickey Gallagher), Grace Donnelly, Martin Taggart, Shauna Starrs and Stevie McQuaid. 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.

• The committee and members of Droim Ratha Na Sáirséalaigh CLG tender deepest sympathy to the Kelly and Wilson families on their bereavements.

By Patrick Griffin Tue 26th Sep

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