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ST PETER’S: Pictured at the launch of the St Peter’s, Lurgan golf classic are, from left to right, Aiden Lennon, Martin Lavery, Gerard Creaney (LA Drinks), Laurence O’Connor and Paul Moore. The event will be held at Lurgan Golf Club on Friday, August 19. With support from its principal sponsor, LA Drinks, there will be over £10,000 worth of prizes up for grabs. To advertise or to book a slot, you can contact any one of the following numbers – 07775883676, 07828682774 or 07905456632.

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THOMAS DAVIS, CORRINSHEGO: The club’s Cul Camp will be held between July 31 and August 4. The cost of one child is €50, a second child is €45 and a third and fourth child is €40. The camps are open for children between the ages of six and 13.

DONAGHMORE: Any members seeking tickets for Ulster final are asked to place their orders with club secretary Pauric Gallagher (07734865961) or registrar Margaret Gallagher (02887767462) before 7pm tomorrow night.

GLASDRUMMAN: The club golf classic will be held this Friday at Kilkeel Golf Club. To book your tee off time, please contact Dee Grant on 07869110554 or any committee member.

ST MARY’S, ARDMORE: Application Forms should be available this week for the club’s Cul Camp, which takes place from August 21-25 for boys and girls from ages six to 13. The club is offering places at a big discount to the normal price with a fee of £25 for a first child and £20 for a second or third child from the same family. To book a place, contact Emmett O’Kane, club treasurer, or Annette McCarron.

ST JOHN’S: There are still spaces available for the club’s golf classic, which will be held at Spa Golf Club on Wednesday, July 12. The cost is £30 per person or £20 for Spa Golf Club members and includes green fee, goody bag and a meal. To book a tee time or to sponsor the event, contact Eugene O’Boyle on 07764962676 or e.oboyle@drumillen.com.

NORTH ANTRIM: North Antrim GAA is hosting two events in Loughgiel clubrooms over the Feis na

nGleann weekend. This Friday, there will be a traditional open and informal music session for young musicians of all levels from 7.30pm to 9pm and a traditional open and informal music session for senior musicians of all levels from 9pm onwards. On Saturday, from 10am to 1pm, there will be Irish lessons and conversation for beginner, intermediate and advanced speakers. All classes are free and are open to everyone. To register your interest in any of the above events, please contact North Antrim cultural officer James Gaston (07846335423), North Antrim secretary Frank McCarry (07928627898) or North Antrim PRO Ciaran Hasson (07834236757).

OMAGH ST ENDA'S: Big Bingo will take place in the clubrooms tonight at 9pm with a £6,000 pay-out including two £1,000 houses.

DROMORE, ST DYMPNA’S: Dromore St Dympna’s, in association with Complete AV Solutions, present an Outdoor Movie experience this Saturday at Gardrum Park. Movies on the day for all ages. Toy Story (2pm), Transformers (6pm) and The Hangover (9.30pm).

ALL-IRELAND GAA LEGENDS GOLF CLASSIC: The inaugural Celtic Cross 3 Man Team, launched by Fintona Pearses, will see 26 former All-Ireland winners join golfing teams in aid of the Michaela Foundation and Fintona Pearses. Fintona Golf Club will play host to the golf competition on Saturday, September 23 . Teams of three golfers will be matched at random with a Celtic Cross holder, who will act as team captain. Those interested in sponsoring this innovative event should contact Fintona Pearse’s Golf Club.

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