Nótaí NCC @ 25/08/13
Cluichí Deireannacha| Recent Games
In the past few weeks the seniors won the Junior championship with a 0-19 to 1-9 win over Na Seamróga at Omagh. Séimidh O'Hagan continued his good form scoring 0-11 in the process.
The minors had two close games with the same oposition in the championship. In the first game at Ballinamullan (7/08/13) on a well manicured but rain greased surface, the young Cilles found goals at the right time to clinch
a draw 4-8 to 2-14. The replay (22/08/13) at a dry but breezy Garvaghey saw NCC produce a more determined effort to win on a 0-9 to 0-7 scoreline. This sets up a county final clash with defending champions Eoghan Ruadh Dún Geanainn.
The U16s lost to An Charraic Mhór in the first round of the Tyrone League (19/08/13) 2-3 to 2-7 at Clochóg. On a lovely early Autumn evening, the sides served up a hard fought game with the Cilles dominant in the first half but Carmen taking a stronger grip on proceedings in the period after half time to lay the foundations for the win.
Cad é atá romhainn |Whats before us
Tues 27/08/13 - U6& U8 coaching 6.30 to 7.30pm. NCC v Naomh Éanna in Antrim ACHL3 at 7pm.
Thurs 29/08/13 - U10 & U12 coaching 6.30 to 7.30pm at Clochóg
Sat 31/8/13 - Derry U8, U10 and U12 blitz at Owenbeg.
Gary Duffin & Siobhán O'Neill Cups
Clochóg next Saturday week (07/09/13) is the place to be with a feast of hurling and camogie all day. The Hurling is open to anyone over 16 who fancies a game of iománaíocht and the camogie is a competitive, invitational 7-a-side blitz. After the days stickworks, the crowd will be back later that night for a fancy dress Hill Billy Barn Dance in the shed.
NCC 1-2000 EnvelopeDraw
Envelopes are on sale for the clubs cash prize draw. Envelope's cost anything from 1p to £20 depending on ticket drew. All sold envelopes will be entered into the draw for cash prizes: 1st £2000 2nd £500 3rd 4x £100.
The draw takes place on the eve of the All Ireland Senior Hurling Final Sat 7th Sept.
Hurleys & Hurley Repairs
If you need to buy a camán or require one to be mended, see Paul McKeown on both counts.
NCC sends its deepest sympathies to the Dorman family, Coalisland and the O'Neill Family (Tractor), Coalisland on their recent bereavements. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha dílis.