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Minor trials meanwhile reach an end this weekend
the following girls must attend this Sunday at
the Mid Ulster Sports Centre in Cookstown at 11am

Carrickmore, Loise McCallion, Derla McCallion,
Claire Gallagher, Marie Slane, Elaine Kelly Aodh
Ruadh,Mary Cassidy, Claire McAlikey, Lisa McAliskey,
Niamh McKernan, Elanna Arthurs,
Dromore, Joanne Donnelly, Bernie McNabb,
Clan na Gael, Carol Dooher, Susan McShane,
Sperrin Og, Laura Lee McCullagh, Kim McCullagh,
Sarah Potter, Margaret Gallagher,
Trillick, Cathy Donnelly, Sarah Donnelly,
Badoney, Caitriona Daly,
St Macartans, Shauna McQuaid, Jolene Donnelly,
Niamh McKernan
Sigersons, Zaita O’Neill
St Endas Grainne McGale, Jenny Scott, Ashling
Errigal, Aoife Donnelly, Shauna Quinn, Niamh Kelly,

Rock, Laura McGreesh, Ashling Hayden, Martina
Ardboe, Sinead, Emear Robinson, Lranne Cuuran,

Drumragh, Niamh Woods,
Beragh, Helen Ward,
Cappagh, Tracy Wallace,
Loughmacrory, Cloodha Kelly,
Moy Nina Murphy
Fr Rocks Cathy Eastwood, Laura McGillion

Tyrone Ladies remain without any points gained
in 2005 and with only one game left in this years
league campaign, a play-off spot is beyond them
now all eyes on the Ulster championship series.
Dublin were at full strength for their meeting
with Jon McAleers girls on Sunday, they went into
commanding second half lead however Tyrone could
have edged it at the end. Gemma Begleys first
half penalty kept them in the hunt in the first
period, but the realisation that they could indeed
overturn the Dubs came too late. In the end 1-14
to 1-9 the final score but again a steady display.
Meath are the opposition on March 13th then the
work for the championship starts, players will
be out, new faces will be in and the Tyrone management
are certain of a good championship campaign.


The 2005 annual congress of Cumann Peil Gael Na
Mban will take place this weekend at the Glenavon
House Hotel in Cookstown, delegates from all over
Ireland and all corners of the world will gather
to hear the reports and elect officers for the
incoming year. Motions are also up for debate
including several from the host county of Tyrone,
the sin bin will be discussed, a very topical
debate at the moment while issues over registration
fees are also set to be pondered over by the hundred
plus officials. Proceedings start on Friday with
a fixtures meeting and a welcome function in the
Glenavon Hotel, delegates gather then on Saturday
for the meat of the weekend with the full congress
gathering to go through the reports etc. Mass
in the evening will be followed by the gala banquet
with Sunday ending with a morning session for
delegates. Speaking ahead of the weekend congress
Tyrone Chairperson Mary Connolly spoke of her
and the Tyrone county boards delight in hosting
congress, “ it’s an honour for Tyrone to host
this annual gathering, we have been up and running
now for fourteen years and we feel it is right
that Tyrone with the fastest growing membership
in the province will be the centre of ladies gaelic
football this weekend”

The clubs seminars that were due to start last
week will now begin on Thursday March 14th at
An Charraig Mhor, its followed by the St Endas
gathering on Monday 14th and Aodh Ruadhs on Monday
21st full details of clubs who should attend the
venues will be published next week.




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