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Tue, 29 Jul 2014
The seniors recorded a league victory at home to Moortown last Sunday winning 2-13 to 0-04. This week both seniors and reserves are away to Coalisland on Sunday at 2:15 and 3:45.

The U18's were unlucky to lose their Championship Semi-Final replay against Dungannon 1-13 to 1-12, they have a chance to make amends tomorrow night (Friday) when they play Loughmacrory in the league semi final in Eskra at 7:30.

The U16 development team got their season off to a successful start with a 2-17 to 2-06 win over Drumquin, they played Glenelly last night and then face Urney in Gardrum Park at 4:00 on Sunday. The U16A team have their first game on Sunday evening when they travel to play Killyclogher at 7:15.

The U12 team have an away game in Killyclogher on Monday evening at 7:00.

There is coaching for U8's, U10's and U12's this Saturday at 10:00, and coaching for both U8's and U10's on Wednesday at 7:00. The U10's are going to a tournament this Sunday in Newbridge, Co. Derry, details will be given out at training on Saturday.

The annual Tyrone GAA Summer Camp takes place in Gardrum Park from Monday to Thursday next week, anyone who hasn't already registered can do so on Monday morning at 9:30.

This summer St Dympnas are proud to be hosting Campa Chormaic. The camp starts on 11th August for one week and runs from 10am- 4pm each day. It involves the delivery of the Irish language through Gaelic coaching, song, dance and other activities. The camp will facilitate activities for children from the ages of 8- 12, for more information contact Sean 07856903228.

The club are currently gathering information to compile the club history, if you have or know anyone who has interesting photos or newspaper cuttings from the early days of the club up to the 70's, please contact Barry Campbell (07541 418217).

Lotto numbers for last week were 7, 8, 10, 17, 26 and 28, there were 10 winners with 4 correct numbers each, Angela Teague went one better predicting 5 correct numbers to win £250. Next week the jackpot is £15,550.

We would like to thank all club volunteers who helped out with the Ulster fleadh and congratulate our local CCE on a wonderful event.