Clubcall: What's on in the GAA clubs
ST MARY’S PS KILLYCLOGHER: St Mary's Primary School, Killyclogher are hosting ‘The Zone’ on Saturday June 10 in Cappagh Parish Hall at 7.30pm, which aims to test the concentration, dexterity and agility of 60 willing participants from the local community.
Tyrone GAA stars past and present, including Conal McCann, Tiernan McCann, Conor Meyler, Joe McMahon, Marty Swift and Stephen O'Neill, have signed up to be tested. Proceeds from the night will go towards resources to benefit the pupils of St Mary’s.
Check out the school’s website www.stmaryskillyclogher.co.uk or follow St Mary’s PS Killyclogher Parent Support Group Facebook page for further details.
CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: Plans are at an advanced stage for the fourth Annual Cumann Pheadair Naofa 10k and 5k on the Bay on Sunday May 21 at 10.30am.
This year sees the introduction of a charity walk of the route with donations to KBRT and Newry Hospice.
Week Three of Gaelic4Girls will be held in St Mark’s High School this Sunday, April 9 at the later time of 2pm-3pm. New members (aged 8-12) are still very welcome.
GLASDRUMMAN: The Last Man Standing competition starts this week. If you haven't already bought into this very important club fundraiser please contact any committee member or senior player this week.
The next gig for the Scór na nÓg group will be The Annual County Scór Celebration on Easter Tuesday April 18 at 8pm in St Patrick's GAA club, home of the 2016 Senior Scór Ball Group in Saul.
ST JOHN’S DRUMNAQUOILE: Rory's Stories has been booked for the club for Saturday May 20, while the Gala Ball will take place on November 4.
The next outing for our walking group is this Saturday, April 8 and is a coastal walk at Ballyhornan, leaving the club at 9.30am.
After that the next walks are to Murlough on Wednesday April 19, leaving the club at 7pm and on Saturday April 29 to Slievmageogh.
BRYANSFORD: The Bryansford senior team are holding a Big Breakfast fundraiser in the club this Sunday, April 9 from 9am-1pm.
Come and have your breakfast served to you by the senior players and management. Guideline price is £5 and all donations are welcome.
ATTICALL: The club are holding a Gala Country Jamboree this Saturday April 8 with all-live one-man band Gerard Dornan, Kevin Kearney, Ailish McBride with compere Sean Wallace. Admission is £10 and doors open at 9pm.
CARGIN: Cargin Camogie Club in association with Cargin Apostolic present an evening of flower arranging with Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal Winner Heather Hume this Friday April 7 at 7.30pm in Cargin GAC Clubrooms. Light refreshments will be provided. Tickets £10 or pay at the door.
OGRA COLMCILLE: The club will be starting a Couch to 5k programme at their home ground, designed to get just about anyone from the couch to running 5k or 30 minutes in just nine weeks. Starting date to be confirmed.
ST MICHAEL’S LISSAN: An Easter fun day celebration takes place on Saturday April 15 and includes a big breakfast, underage football, Easter eggs, bouncy castle, mothers and others and exhibition matches.
ST ERGNAT’S MONEYGLASS: The sixth annual Big Community Spring Clean takes place at 1.45pm this Sunday, April 9 at the clubrooms.
There will also be a charity cake and coffee sale on Sunday at 4pm with all proceeds to the Alzheimer’s Society. Contact 07540 255 611 for donations or queries.