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Fr Rocks seniors remain top of the league following an emphatic 4-15 to 0-7 victory at home to Killeeshil with James McGahan, Conor Mullan [2] and Barry Hughes getting the goals. It was a good weekend for the Rocks who saw their lead at the top of the table extended over their nearest rivals Moy. The seniors and reserves are back in action this week when they travel to Clann na Gael on Friday evening with a 6:45pm (reserve) & 8:15pm (senior) throw in.

The minors will play Dungannon (away) on Wednesday evening with a 7:30pm throw in time.

Training for under 10 boys and girls as well as Under 8s will take place this Friday 6:00-7:00pm at Paddy Cullen Park. Training will be over at 7pm sharp due to the senior game in Clann Na Gael at 8;15pm.

Fr Rocks Under 14s had a brilliant victory over Donaghmore last week and the boys travel to Augher on Tuesday evening for a 7:30pm throw in against Naomh Padraig. All support on the evening would be welcome. They also face an away trip to Clonoe on Sunday afternoon with a 1pm throw in time.

Primary school coaching has ended for the year, training will resume again next September.

The U12 boys have their first game of the season away to Moy, on Tuesday 19 June at 7pm. They are then away to Eglish next Monday 25 June. Training continues Wednesday evenings 7pm - 8.30pm.

The U16 Girls start their season with a home fixture next Monday 25th June against Cappagh, throw-in 7pm. The girls are out again on Monday 25 June away to Galbally. All support would b

Please return tickets for youth draw to coaches as soon as possible or leave in the club any Monday evening between 6-7pm. More tickets are still available if needed.

The Under 12 girls are away to Galbally on Tuesday 19th at 7pm. Any parents who can provide lifts from the club at 6:15pm would be greatly appreciated.

A big thanks to all the girls who helped out on Saturday, as always your help is needed and greatly appreciated.

The club would like to express deepest sympathy to the Mallon family (Cookstown) on the death of former player Billy (Bruce) Mallon. Sympathy to the Devlin family (Cookstown) on the death of Liam, and to the McKee family on the death of Tom. Deepest sympathy also to the McDonald family on the death of Josie.