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ST MICHAEL’S MAGHERALIN: The Annual Magheralin Duck Race. a joint venture between St Michael's and Magheralin Parish, will take place on Sunday August 21, at the River Lagan on the Newforge Road Magheralin, starting at 1pm. Ducks can be purchased for £10 from committee members of both the football club and finance committee.

KILLYMAN ST MARY’S: Underage training for P1-P7 children continues on Friday evenings at 6.30pm as normal. The first round of the Daryl Comac Memorial Tournament will take place tonight at 7.30pm in Killyman.

GLASDRUMMAN: The U10 nine a-side tournament is on Saturday August 20 and the U12 nine-a-side tournament is on Saturday September 3.

PEARSE OG ARMAGH: The Sportive Cycle takes place this Sunday August 7. Registration is at 9am and the fee is £15 per person. Both routes 50k/100k will be fully marshalled. Monies raised at the cycle will go to help the running of the club and there will also be a donation to Marie Curie Cancer Charity.

ST MALACHY’S CASTLEDAWSON: Summer camp will take place from Wednesday August 10 to Friday August 12 from 10.30am-1pm. Girls: September 2016 P1s up to and including U14s. Boys: September 2016 P3s up to and including U14s. There will be a separate session for U6 boys at a later stage. Cost is £5 per child.

TRILLICK ST MCCARTAN’S: Donnelly Park, Trillick changes codes on Sunday evening, August 7 at 7pm as Carrickmore Eire Og take on Lisbellaw St Patrick’s for the Alice Milligan Shield in Hurling.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: The annual family fun day will take place on Sunday August 14. The club’s young camogs participated in their first camogie blitz, which took place in An Riocht last Saturday. Camogie training continues every Friday evening at 6pm at Milltown Playing Fields and new members are most welcome.

BALLYMARTIN: The club’s Kelloggs Cul Camp takes place from Monday August 8 to Friday August 14. For further information contact the Club Youth Officer, Niall Doyle, on 07814719505.

CLONMORE ROBERT EMMETS: The club, one of the country's smallest, carried a set of goalposts to the top of Ireland's tallest mountain, Carrantoohil, Co Kerry on Sunday to kick 'the highest point in Ireland on the highest point of Ireland’ as part of their centenary year celebrations.

BRYANSFORD: Car parking will be available at St Patrick's Park for the Red Arrows display in Newcastle at the Festival of Flight this Saturday August 6.

WATTY GRAHAMS GLEN: Summer Camp starts on Monday August 8 at 10am sharp. Age group must be P1&P2 and final year of nursery school. For further information contact Bronagh 07543976217 or Clare 07736778702.

EDERNEY: Closing date to register for the Kellogg's Fermanagh Cul Camp in Ederney is tomorrow. The camp begins on Monday. Consent forms can be picked up from Declan Deazley or book online.

ST PETER’S LURGAN: To mark the clubs 75th anniversary, a series of events have been organised, including a Golf Classic on Friday August 19 at Lurgan Golf Club. For more information, to advertise or to book a slot please contact any one of the following numbers - 07775 883676; 07828 682774; 07905 456632.

ATTICALL: The club’s annual golf classic is in Kilkeel Golf Club this Sunday, August 7 2016. Entry is £100 per team of four with food included. To book your tee time contact Christy Quinn 07950757016 or Liam Murphy on 07711681656.

ST ERGNATS MONEYGLASS: All help is needed for Club Maintenance Day this Saturday. Call Stephen on 07974 915 351 for details. The Cul Camp/Saffron Ogs is on from August 8-12. Contact Sarah on 07973 534 717 for details. Moneyglass Festival of Sport takes place from August 24 to 28 including The Big Hooley with Justin McGurk & The Boogey Men.

GLENN JOHN MARTIN: The Summer Festival takes place from August 22-28 including the Kellogg’s Cul Camp, Cookie’s Festival Bingo, Back to School disco, the Friday Film in the Field. The Shane Devlin Cup, tractor run and Marty Mone in festival marquee (tickets £12)

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