Clonoe O'Rahillys club notes

September 09, 2019

Last week lotto numbers were 5, 12, 17 and 24.  There were no jackpot winners. Paul Campbell c/o Central Bar matched three numbers. Next week’s jackpot is £4050.


Our u16 girls continued their winning ways in their league campaign beating Castlederg at home on Tuesday and beating Fintona in Fintona on Thursday evening. Saturday was a busy day of football for the club. Our u10 boys travelled to Ballerin to take part in a tournament. After the group stages the boys qualified for the shield. After a very exciting game in the semis, the young O'Rahilly's progressed to the final, meeting Castledawson. After another great game, the u10 boys emerged victorious. Our u8 and u10 girls made the short journey to Moortown and had a wonderful morning of football.  We also had five girls from Clonoe playing in an Ulster u13 blitz in MUSA. Well done to Niamh C, Lucy, Áine, Niamh K and Ciara for doing our club proud. Next up our Senior Ladies played Trillick in the Semi-final of the Championship in Killeeshil. After a very exciting game of football, the O'Rahilly ladies just fell short on a score line of 1-10 to 1-7. To finish of an action packed day, the Seniors played Moy in the first round of the Championship in Pomeroy. After a slow start to the first half, the Rahilly's took control before the interval with a well worked team goal finished by Ryan McCabe. In the second half, the O'Rahilly's managed to pulled away running out convincing winners on a score line of 1-17 to 0-9. On Sunday, our u12 girls made the short journey to the Moy to take part in their annual tournament. Entering two teams, the Rahilly's were well represented. Team 1 were beat in the Quarter Finals of the Cup losing to eventual winners Omagh.  Team 2 qualified for the Shield beating Moy in the Quarter Finals. They then overcome Clann Eirrean in the Semisbefore falling short by 3 points in the Shield Final against Armagh Harps.

A special mention to Ciara Hughes who picked up Most Sporting Player. Both teams played some fantastic football and had a very enjoyable day.



On Monday the u16 boys continue their league campaign against the Moy at home with throw in at 645. On Thursday the u16s girls continue their league campaign with an away match against Ardboe at 630. On Thursday the u16s boys play Galbally in Galbally at 645. On Saturday, the Minor boys play Moy in the Championship Final in Killeeshil at 13.45. All support welcomed. On Sunday the Seniors continue their league campaign with an away fixture against Tattyreagh. Watch local press for details.  Don't forget this Saturday morning there is a big breakfast in the Community Centre from 9 - 12.  This is in support of all our teams this year.  


In conjunction with Libraries NI Digital Literacy Project, there is a free iPad/iPhone/Tablet workshop in the Community Centre on Wednesday 11th September, there will be 1-2-1 eClinics from 10-4. On Wednesday 18th September, there will be another workshop from 10-12 focusing on How to avoid scams and keep yourself safe online. To book a place on any of these workshops, please contact Alice on 07526834948. 


After the success of the last walking programme, Mid Ulster Council are running another free walking programme for 8 weeks starting this Wednesday 11th September from 10-1130am, meeting at the Community Centre. This is open to everyone in the local community, feel free to come along and join the walkers.



With our 3G and indoor sports halls, anyone interested in booking a slot are asked to contact Alice on 07526834948. With our state of the art facilities, we are able to cater for any function or occasion. Anyone interested in booking or requiring further information about any event, please contact Kelly Anne on 07592330113.


Sympathy is extended to the McHugh Family, Creenagh on the death of Alice and to the McMahon Family, Derrylaughan on the death of Charlotte Gibbons. May they rest in peace.

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