Girls U16 training

Girls U16 training will commence on Saturday 10th February at 12.30pm for all post-primary girls. Please spread the word and encourage all players to come out and play in the season ahead.

Some of the reasons girls should be encouraged to continue to play sport:

  • sense of comraderie and belonging
  •  increased energy levels, confidence and mental well being.
  • less likely to be feeling lonely and bored daily, and also rarely feel depressed.
  • higher self-esteem
  • Pride and accomplishment
  • Playing sport can help you academically
  • and most important its enjoyable



ladies u16s championship details

Time and venue for Tempo’s semifinal with Derrygonnelly have been announced. This will be in Derrygonnelly on Saturday at 12pm. 

The other side of the draw is slightly behind. St Pats are waiting to play the winner of the quarterfinal tie between Belnaleck  and Devenish. 

The final of the B championship is therefore currently scheduled for weekend of 12th/13th August. 

Girls u16 training Thurs at 6pm

U16s had a competitive challenge game last night against Killyclogher at their venue outside Omagh. A close encounter for 60 minutes in perfect conditions for football,  with Tempo scoring a late goal to win by 3. This was an encouraging display considering that Tempo had several 11 year olds playing. 

Next up for the team is training on Thursday, at 6pm (rather than 6.30), and then on Saturday the semifinal of the B championship against Derrygonnelly. Time and venue to be confirmed. 

Ladies U16 challenge match on Monday

Tempo Ladies U16 team will travel to Killyclogher for a challenge game on Monday evening. Leaving Tempo at 6.15pm. Any parents available to drive that would be appreciated.

The girls are already through to the semi-final of the B championship, this match scheduled for Saturday 29th July, venue and time to be confirmed. Opposition will be Derrygonnelly.