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Brocagh Emmett’s would like to thank Brian McDonald, the new proprietor of Castlebay Bar and Restaurant, who has kindly sponsored the U14 jerseys. The club wishes Brian much success in his new business venture
Neil Loughran

CLUB TYRONE: The annual Club Tyrone members’ night takes place tonight at 7pm at Garvaghey. The focal point on the night will be the announcement by Mickey Harte of the Tyrone team that will face Derry in the quarter-final of the Championship on Sunday. Guests former Tyrone captain Stephen O'Neill and ex-Oak Leaf skipper Kevin McCloy will be sharing their thoughts on the game. Non-members who may consider joining Club Tyrone are also very welcome.

ST PATRICK’S, DONAGHMORE: The club will hold a ‘Big Walk, Big Breakfast’ on Saturday. It commences at 10am from the Torrent Complex, followed by breakfast at 11am. £10 per adult, £20 per family.

ST PATRICK’S, MAYOBRIDGE: The club is hosting a big breakfast on Saturday in the social club from 9am until 1pm. This is to help purchase new equipment for the underage camogie players and underage girl footballers. All support greatly appreciated. Meanwhile, the golf tournament in memory of the late Mary Walsh will take place on Friday, June 3 at Warrenpoint Golf Club. A team of four costs £140, with entertainment later in Mayobridge club

ARMAGH HARPS: The U14 girls will host a coffee morning on Sunday in the social club from 10am until 1pm. Everyone welcome, and all proceeds will go towards the girls’ Feile fund. On Thursday, May 26 there will be a family fun Zumba session in Abbey Park for all adults and kids of all ages on the pitch as the girls continue to raise much needed funds.

O’BRIENS, FOREGLEN: The club welcomes Hugh O'Neill's of Leeds to take part in celebrations of the club’s centenary on May 27-29. There will be music in the clubhouse on Saturday, May 28 by ‘The Druids' and on Sunday by 'The Bleedin Cowboys'.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: With your help we would like to identify priority health issues in the club and community that the club can support. If you have an interest in health and wellbeing and want to get involved in some of the club’s projects, contact Kevin McGlynn on 078 3596 0804 or secretary.stjohns.down@gaa.ie.

DARRAGH CROSS: The club golf day will take place on Friday, June 10 at Ardglass Golf Club. £120 per fourball, which includes food after. Contact Marty Healy on 07866 736376 to book your place. It is also £50 to sponsor a hole.

O’NEILL’S, AN PORT MOR: The club will be running a couch to 5k programme for the next nine weeks. No previous running experience required. It costs £1 per person per night Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and the venue is O Neill Park.

ST GALL’S: The annual Pat Sheehan Memorial Hurling tournament will take place on July 5.

LISSUMMON: The ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ launch night will take place in the community hall on Saturday, June 4 at 8pm.

MIDDLETOWN: After the recent launch of the #Kash4Klubs Campaign, formed by a partnership between local insurance broker, Find Insurance NI and local business, KlubFunder.com, Middletown GAA have received a donation of £325 towards the redevelopment of club facilities. To get involved, or to learn more about the #Kash4Klubs Campaign, visit www.findinsuranceni.co.uk/kash4klubs or call 0800 011 9263.

DOWN SUPPORTERS’ CLUB: We are running buses to the Ulster Championship quarter-final between Down and Monaghan on Sunday, June 5 in Clones at 2pm, leaving Castlewellan at 9.15am and Newry at 10am. Adults £15, U-16s £10. To book seats contact Seamus McClean on 07873 761804 or Mairead Sheppard on 07835 974904. All ticket enquiries to the county office.

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