All roads will lead to the heart of Tyrone this Saturday 16th September, the home of the recently crowned Tyrone Senior Hurling Club Champions Eire Og, Carrickmore.
Páirc Éire Óg will host a double header of camogie games on Saturday evening as the U14 Camogie Championship Final will be battled out between Naomh Treasa v Edendork @ 4.30pm.
Both teams will no doubt give an excellent display of camogie as they have had a busy summer of exciting u14 championship games to reach a spot in the u14 championship camogie final. All club supporters, friends, parents and gaels are encouraged to get out and come along to give their best support to all the u14 girls playing on both teams on their important championship day.
The CHARITY SHIELD senior game will follow between Derrylaughan v Eglish. @6.00pm. The Derrylaughan Kevin Barry side will take up the challenge of Eglish who where last years All Ireland Intermediate Club Finalists as they play in a Charity Shield Game.
Tyrone Camogie would like to invite and encourage all Tyrone Gaels to come along and enjoy a Saturday evening of camogie games and support a good cause. Match Gate is by donation and will be supporting the Marie Curie Cancer Care / Palliative Care Team.
Best of Luck to the camogie teams and management.
Saturday 16th September
Páirc Éire Óg, Carrickmore
U14 Championship Final @ 4.30pm Naomh Treasa v Edendork
Senior Charity Shield @6.00pm Derrylaughen v Eglish
Match Gate by Donations supporting Marie Currie Cancer Care / Palliative Care Team.