Pairc Colmcille has played host to many big games but this afternoons Nicky Rackard cup semi-final between Tyrone and Armagh rates well among the top of the list. The Orchard side came here a couple of seasons ago and eased to a win over Mattie Lennon’s side, however this is an emerging Tyrone, a clutch […]
Presenting Killeeshil Senior manager Damian Hoy with new club jerseys is Kieran Magill from Kieran Magill & Company Chartered Accountants, Kieran a former senior captain and League winner is pleased lend his support to the Killeeshil Club. Pictured also is current Senior captain, Ciaran O’Neill and Reserve player Ryan Donaghy.
The 7th Annual Tattyreagh 5 mile Road Race and 5k Fun Run will take place this year on Friday 2nd June at 7pm. Our joint race sponsors Hegartys Supervalu, Fintona and The Blind Cobbler, Omagh have helped to promote the event which had over 300 participants last year. With good cash prizes overall this years […]
Statement from Joe McMahon The combination of injuries over the last two years and the struggle to respond to treatment to gain the fitness required at this level has compelled me to call time on my inter-county career. I have pushed myself to the limits working closely with the Tyrone medical team but I have […]
Congratulations to the 52 people who registered for the 5k-10k training programme. Training will take place every Wednesday night at 7pm you can register next Wednesday night for registration information contact Clodagh 07845046250
Sacred Heart College Omagh created a little bit of schools football history last Friday when they clinched a first Ulster schools football title by easing to a 7-15 v 1-03 win over De La Salle Belfast in the Year 9 Faul Cup at Ardboe. Under Manager Owen Devine and coaches Caolan Harvey, Cathal Gallagher and […]
Tyrone Feile na nGael was held at the Pairc Eire Og, Carrickmore, on Saturday 6th May. Under 14 teams from Cappagh, Eoghan Ruadh and Omagh along with Hosts Eire Og attended the event. Following the completion of the Round Robin games. Eoghan Ruadh and Omagh qualified for the Grade 1 Final. Grade 2 Final was […]
Comhghairdeas to Omagh St Enda’s who have claimed their first All Ireland Scór Sinsear Rince Seit title.
Three Tyrone clubs will go forward to the annual festival of hurling from this weekends Tyrone Feile being hosted by An Charraig Mhor at Pairc Colmcille and Pairc Eire Og. Our six established clubs are represented, hopefully by next year our three new clubs will also be taking the feild along with Fintona. Pictured is […]