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Monday 14.10.2013
Team Talk Mag
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The Ulster Camogie Intermediate final round robin match was played on Sunday between Liatroim and Tullysaran. Liatroim proved much too strong for the Armagh champions with a convincing win on a score – line of 7-18 to 5-2.They have now booked their place in an Ulster final against Tyrone champions Eglish. The final will take place in Owenbeg Derry on Sunday 27th October.
St Enda’s of Omagh continued their camogie sessions for the youth with spectacular results. The indoor Camogie coaching, in only its second week, continues to flourish at the CBS sports hall where almost fifty U8 and U10 girls enjoyed a great session. The coaching continues every Friday from 7pm to 8pm and is followed by hurling for boys from 8pm to 9pm. All newcomers welcome.
Doitreasc, Edendrok, Eglish and Derrylaughan all took part in the Ulster under 10 blitz on Saturday in the Centrepoint Complex in Lurgan. Derrylaughan and Eglish took part in session one and Doitreasc and Edendork competed in the second session. There was also another blitz which took place in Bangor on the same day. The sessions were very well attended and a huge thanks to Lisa McAlisky ,Ulster RDO for putting a huge effort into organising the day. Ross Corbett from Ulster Camogie was also there, organising the event
A huge thank you on behalf of all the Tyrone clubs that took part and the children all enjoyed the fun packed day.
A selection of twenty under 10 camogie players has been invited to play at half time in next week’s football finals in Healy Park. Two players from all the ten clubs in Tyrone will have their club represented. All players are to meet at the main entrance (the small side gate at the right hand side of the turnstiles), off the Gortin Road at 1.45pm.
Please ensure that your child is checked off the register on arrival. All children must be collected immediately after the mini games behind the stand at the front door to the changing rooms.
The Mini Games will run between the 2 Games on Sunday 20th October.
One complimentary pass will be provided for a parent/guardian once their child has been checked off the register on arrival at the gate. Each child is requested to come kitted out in the 2013 Club Tyrone Summer Camp Kit and a warm tracksuit and to bring the following: hurl, helmet, football boots, a change of socks, a waterproof coat and additional warm clothing.
Congratulations to Clonoe on winning the senior football championship on Sunday.
Eoghan Ruadh hurlers of Dungannon were unlucky as they were beaten in the semi-final of the Ulster Club Championship on Sunday by Clooney Gaels of Antrim. The game went into injury time but the Dungannon men went down with a score-line of 0-27 to 4-17.

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