OMAGH ST ENDA'S: Big Bingo will take place in the Clubrooms on Thursday April 27 at 9pm, with £6,000 payout including two £1,000 houses.
CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: Final preparations are ongoing for the fourth annual 10k and 5k On The Bay taking place on Sunday May 21 at 10.30am. Entry is £12 and registration begins at 8am on the day in the clubrooms. This year also sees the introduction of a charity walk with donations from the walk for KBRT and Newry Hospice.
The 2017 golf day takes place on Friday June 23 at Warrenpoint Golf Club.Team slots are priced at £140 and are booking up fast. Anyone wishing to book a slot is asked to contact Feargal McCormack or Aisling McGivern.
The dates for this year’s Club Underage Tournaments have been amended. Annual Tournaments will take place on the following dates: U12 Girls - May 27, U8 Footballers - June 24, U10 Footballers - June 10, U12 Footballers - August 26. More details regarding the club tournaments will be released in the coming weeks.
BALLYMACNAB: The Couch to 5k nine-week programme commences on Tuesday April 25 at the club grounds at 6.30pm sharp. It is open to all ages and ability level. See the club facebook page for further details.
KEADY MICHAEL DWYERS: Keady Michael Dwyers and Armagh Harps are pleased to announce that the Sean Doran Memorial Cup game will be held in Abbey Park this Friday April 21 with a 7.30pm throw in.
The game is played on an bi-annual basis between Keady Michael Dwyers and Armagh Harps in memory of local man Sean Doran and funds raised go to local charities. This year's selected charity is Marie Curie. After the football is finished a presentation will be held in the Harps social club.
DERRYNOOSE: The club will be hosting an auction of housewares, furniture, tools, outdoor items and more in Derrynoose Community Centre this Sunday, April 23 at 3pm. Anyone who has items to donate to the auction can drop them off at the club any evening or telephome 07742 900 908.
CAMOGIE ASSOCIATION: The Camogie Association, in conjunction with The National Dairy Council, have announcde that registration for the Hurl with Me programme is now open.
This programme is aimed at seven-10 year olds and their parents/guardians in camogie clubs across the country. To register go to www.camogie.ie or the relevant social media platforms.
Over a four-week period, one night a week, parents will train alongside their daughter under the watchful eye of an experienced coach. The aim is to give parents the opportunity to learn the basic skills of the game in a fun and supportive environment. Skills can then be practiced at home with their daughter, increasing physical activity levels for both parent and child.
The programme culminates in a National Hurl with Me Day which will take place in the GAA National Games Development Centre, Abbottstown, Dublin on June 25. Registration closes on Thursday April 27 at 4pm.