posted on September 16, 2013 00:36
Nótaí NCC @ 16/09/13
Cluichí Deireannacha| Recent Games
The U16s were the only club side in action recently. They defeated Eoghan Ruadh in the league 5-9 to 3-5 in O'Neill Park.
This NCC side have been showing good consistency in their performances and hopefully this will continue for the remainder of the league and championship.
Cad é atá romhainn |Whats before us
Mon 16/09/2013 - U16 league away to Beragh. Throw-in 6.30pm
Tues 17/09/13 - U6& U8 coaching 6.30 to 7.30pm. Bring trainers and boots.
Thurs 19/09/13 - U10 & U12 coaching 6.30 to 7.30pm at Clochóg.
Sat 21/09/13 - U16 league at home to Strabane. Throw-in 5pm.
Gary Duffin Hurling & Siobhán 'Tipp' O'Neill Camogie Tournaments 2013
A fortnight of hectic preparations, ably lead by Tommy Nixon & Mickey Hardwall O'Neill had Páirc Chlochóg and the Hall in tip top condition for this years 'Gary' and 'Siobhán' tournaments (Saturday 07/09/13).The hurling format returned to the old system of Dernagh, Lr Annagher, The Glen and Loughshore teams. The Glen had their first cup victory, defeating the tournament specialists Dernagh in the final.
The Loughshore weren't far away from the laurels and Lr Annagher showed the first hints of their new youth policy, as they are now the only side not to have clinched the oak mether cup. Sportsmanship replaced edgy competitiveness this year and it was refreshing. Long may this continue.
In the camogie, it was clear from the start that the newly formed Clann Éireann (The two Derrys - Laughan & Tresk) were too strong for Clann na nGael, Lurgan and An Bhrocach. They duly claimed the Siobhán 'Tipp' Cup and their ever first piece of silverware.
The main point of the day is that everyone participates and enjoys the days camanacht and this was certainly the case. There were father and sons playing together and there was one camogie stalwart over the 60 years mark who took the opportunity for a few pucks on the day.
NCC 1-2000 Prize Draw
The prizedraw came to a conlusion on Saturday night at the Pig n'the Spit barndance and the prizewinners were as follows:
1st £2000 Seán McCabe, Drummurrer, Clonoe 2nd £500 Clonoe Boxing Club 3rd £100 Brian Rua Taggart, Drummurrer, Clonoe £100 Liam Conlan Moortwon £100 Martina O'Neill Annaghmore, Clonoe £100 Andrea Rocks, St Pats College, Dungannon.
The club thanks all the patrons who sold and purchased tickets. Go ndéanfaidh Dia mar is maith daoibh.
Hurleys & HurleyRepairs
If you need to buy a camán or require one to be mended, see Paul McKeown (07747301263) on both counts.
NCC sends its deepest sympathies to the Dillon family, Coalisland on the passing of Éamonn, the O'Hanlon Family, Derrytresk on the passing of Kevin and the McElkenny Family, Derrylaughan on the passing of Arthur. I bhflaitheas Dé go raibh siad.