Intermediate Final – half-time games for U10s

Saturday will also be a big day for our U10 footballers (P5 and P6 – boys and girls) as they have the opportunity of playing at half-time during the intermediate final. As in the Intermediate final itself, the half-time games will also feature Tempo v Kinawley. There will be 2 games, 9-aside each game.

Can all available players meet at Enniskillen Gaels clubhouse (old changing rooms) at Brewster Park at 6.45pm. Come togged out with warm overclothing. Players and mentors will be met and brought into a reserved area where they can watch the Intermediate final. Before half time they will be brought down into the tunnel area in preparation for going out onto the field at half-time.

After half time they can return to the reserved seating area.


Saturday 24th September – Go Games Blitz Lissan

gogamesThe final Go-games blitz of the year will be held on Saturday 24th at Lissan. Meeting at Lissan at 10.30 and blitz will be over at 12.30.

Children should bring warm waterproof clothes, and of course their gum shields.

Tempo Og on Sunday morning as normal.

U12s – Rhyss on fire

Tempo recorded their 3Rd victory on the trot in Div 4 last night over Lisnaskea. After a close enough first half Rhyss O’Hara scored several points to put some daylight between the teams. Others to shine for Tempo were Conor Wright and AJ Bogue in goals. 

next Training on Tue at 6pm. Next match next Saturday against Brookeborough.

Tempo Og returns tomorrow for any of the u12s still at primary school. 

Tempo Óg Resumes This Sunday at 12pm

The hugely popular Tempo Óg coaching programme for young boys and girls resumes this Sunday at 12pm at St Patrick’s Park, Edenmore, Tempo and runs for 8 weeks.

All children from nursery school and primary school are welcome to attend. The cost is £2/child of £5/family and all children will receive a bottle of water after each session.

We need not only children but volunteers to make this a success. We hope to see you there.

Please note that Tempo Og is for all children in Primary school, and not just for those U10!