Tyrone camogs welcome the poc fada

The Mayor of Dungannon and South Tyrone, Phelim Gildernew, with councillors Mulligan, McGuigan and Molloy;.Tony Fawl of Tyrone hurling and member of the National p�c-fada committee from Croke Park, and Ursula Jordan, Martin Donnelly of Tyrone Camogie association with camogie and hurling players and Ciar�n Coyle, secretary of host club Eoghan Ruadh.

The Mayor of Dungannon and South Tyrone, Phelim Gildernew, with councillors Mulligan, McGuigan and Molloy;.Tony Fawl of Tyrone hurling and member of the National p�c-fada committee from Croke Park, and Ursula Jordan, Martin Donnelly of Tyrone Camogie association with camogie and hurling players and Ciar�n Coyle, secretary of host club Eoghan Ruadh.

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Tyrone camogie representatives were at launch of the Tyrone poc fada at Dungannon District Council offices, with a buffet for all who attended.

Tyrone clubs are all invited to poc fada this Friday at 7pm at host club Eoghan Ruadh in Dungannon.

There will be two of each club’sU16s and seniors taking part. Thank you to Ciaran Coyle of Eoghan Ruadh for the invitation to tcamogie clubs and his hard work in setting up the event, also to the council for their hospitality and to the mayor councillors and Tony Fawl, member of national poc fada committee from Croke Park. There will be a BBQ that Friday for players, parents, supporters or anyone who wants to come along and enjoy the craic, small donation per person.

There were wins for Doiretreasc, Dungannon and Eglish in Post Primary league. There will be a fround of U14 and Post Primary matchES ahead of championship for Post Primary next Monday.

A schools blitz is in Eglish on Wednesday10am to 12:30pm. Any referees wanting experience in can contact Leona Gallagher and take part. Tyrone camogie ran a course earlier in year and it’s a great chance to practice the new skills learned in a friendly environment without pressure.

Derrylaughan host the second Go games Blitz on Saturday. All clubs are asked to contact Bronagh Carney to confirm attendance and inform her of the age groups that will participate. The last Blitz in Edendork was a huge success with over 150 children from nine clubs in u10, u8 and u6 groups. It is anticipated Derrylaughan’s will have similar numbers in attendance. Parents are encouraged to stay and watch what is always a fun and exciting morning for all involved.

All clubs are asked to return their 2012 trophies/shields to the county secretary at the next county board meeting in June.