The third image is a fish reflecting the main rivers of the town of Omagh. A number of rivers flow into and around Omagh. Two of the main rivers are the Camowen and the Drumragh. These two rivers, combine downstream to form the Strule river. The river, like many provincial towns, has been the lifeblood of the town of Omagh since its inception. The strength of the River Strule comes from the combining of the two feeder rivers and the theme of this house will be ‘strength in unity’ urging its members to foster an appreciation for teamwork and cooperation and to remember how much can be achieved when all work together for the common good. This house will be named Strule after the river.