Club Notes
Mon 25th Feb 2019


An Charraig Naomh Pádraig wish to express our deepest sympathy to the family of Sean Kolbohm, former player and chairman of our Club. Sean was more than just a player or chairman when he fulfilled those roles within our club, giving 100% commitment to everything he did and also as a manager to various teams, all for the benefit of his club. Even in later years when not involved on the field of play or in the committee room, Sean was always more than willing to lend a helping hand in any way he could, a true club man. His heart was in his club. Sean was also instrumental in helping our club to a position where we could purchase and build our present facilities which were opened in 1998. Possibly one of his proudest moments on the field was as a young member of our team which won the Tyrone Junior Championship in 1982, beating Eskra in the final at Pomeroy. Indeed, our club is indebted to Sean for all his hard work, committment and dedication to the club throughout his lifetime, something which unfortunately cannot now be repaid to him. Sean was a true Gael, a gentleman and an honest man both on and off the field, Sean will be sorely missed in the Rock community and by all who knew him, and especially his family, and we offer our sincere condolences to his wife Deirdre, son Karl, daughter Sarah, mother Kate, brothers Paddy, Michael, Gerry, Paul, Martin and Peadar, and sisters Bridget Ann, Marion and Katie. May he Rest in Peace.


Lotto numbers for Monday 18th February were 8, 12, 16, 24. No Jackpot winners and nine match three winners winning £15 each, Veronica McGurk, Francie Coyle, Jim Mc Creesh, Lisa Carlin, Annie Ruddy, Anthony O'Neill, Brian Doris, Siobhan Hayden and Claire Reid. This weeks Jackpot is £4150.


The U21's are due to play Clonoe in Clonoe on Sunday 3rd March at 2.30pm.


U14 training continues at pitch on Wednesday night 6.30pm-7.30pm. Friendly match away to Brocagh on Saturday. More details at training.


The Ladies minors are away to Aghyaran this Sunday 3rd March @ 12.30pm. They are then at home to Urney on Sunday 10th March at 12.30pm.


well done to Ryan McElduff and Owen Bloomer who played in the half time mini games during Saturday night's Tyrone v Monaghan NFL game in Healy Park, no doubt these lads will grace Healy Park with their talents again in the years to come.


This years Summer Camp at Pairc Naomh Padraig will take place from Monday 29th July until Thursday 1st August.


Membership for the coming year is now due. Fees for the year remain the same:couples £50, adults £30, students £10 and youths £5. Membership can be paid to Barry Ruddy or any committee member.


An Charraig Naomh Pádraig wish to express our deepest sympathy to the Kelly & Tally families on the death of Peter(Ichael), father of former player Peter, grandfather of senior player Eoin, youth players Alicia, Sean, Ava, James and Ruairi, and father in law of committee member Barry, and we wish to express our sincere condolences to Peters wife Marie, daughters Danna, Terina, Brenda, Denise, Fiona, and son Peter and to the entire Kelly family circle. May he Rest in Peace

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