Lotto: No winner for the week 06/06/11,winners of the 20e lucky dip were John Kelly Rossmore Drumcristin, Raymond Byrne Tullycrunnat, Enda Quinn Drumacon, Maeve Mc Ginn Drumgoose, Mary Mc Mahon Tullycrunnat. Next week’s jackpot is 1100e.
Astroturf: Spaces available contact Louis 0876503826.
Nursery Games/U8’s: Training continues Fri @5.30pm.
Cul Camps: Toome GAA is hosting a VHI Cul Camp again this summer. Camp caters for 5 to 13 year old boys & girls, Cost 55euro for 1st child, 50euro 2nd child, 45euro 3rd child. Camp starts @ 10am to 2:30pm. 30euro if want to attend 2nd camp. Please register online @ www.gaa.ie. For further information contact Paul O’Connor on 0868374827 or @ email@example.com
Under 14s: Hosted Clontibret in a top of the table clash last Tuesday evening. Keen to avenge the recent championship defeat, Toome began the game well, leading 6 points to 2 at the end of the first quarter. It was a close encounter thereafter, and both sides had to settle for a draw at the final whistle. John Gorman impressed in goals, with accurate kick outs and some fine saves. The defence all played well, Hugo and Bartek in the full back line worked hard to ensure we kept a clean sheet, while the tough tackling of Mark McMahon, Frank Connolly and Stephen Blessing kept their opponents at bay. Daniel Friskey and Ciaran McCooey covered at lot of ground in midfield, getting to grips with their opponents and setting up attacks. The forward line did well to kick 14 points on a day when space was hard to come by, Ryan Murphy and John McGinn made their presence felt, Keane and James used their pace and skill to good effect, while young Kevin McCooey continues to impress. Mark Byrne and Killian Ruddy both tried hard when introduced, and Luke Murtagh, Ryan McMahon and Joseph Harte all played well in the recent game v Blayney Faughs. We play Corduff next Tuesday (14th) in Toome at 7pm.
Well done: To Frank Connolly who played in the exhibition match at half time in Omagh.
JFC: All roads lead to Inniskeen this Sat 11th @ 6.15 for the first round of the championship Toome against Killanny. All support needed.