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GLEN ROVERS GAC: The club are inviting applications for the post of senior hurling manager for the incoming 2018 season. Anyone interested should make themselves known to our club secretary or chairman before January 4.

ERIN’S OWN CARGIN GAC: The Erin’s Own Cargin Quiz Night will be held in Mallon’s bar tonight. All are welcome to this popular night of competition and craic.

KEADY MICHAEL DWYERS: Don't forget folks, that ‘The Ceide Chapter’ is currently on sale at Fletcher’s Shop, the Tommy Makem Centre and McGrane’s Shop, as well as from any committee member. This magnificent record of Keady Michael Dwyers will make a wonderful Christmas present for years to come.

ST JOSEPH’S GLENAVY: The annual charity quiz will be held in the Fiddler’s Inn Crumlin tonight at 7.30pm. This year's charity will be Public Initiative for Prevention of Suicide and Self Harm (PIPS). Please come and show your support for this worthy charity.

ST MARY’S GAC AGHAGALLON: The club is inviting applications for the post of senior football manager for the 2018 season. Anyone interested should contact secretary Gerard O'Neill on 07592332050 or  before Thursday, January 4.

ST OLIVER PLUNKETT’S GAC, GREENLOUGH: The 2018 Committee for St Oliver Plunkett's GAC was elected at the 78th AGM on Tuesday, December 5. Thank you to all those who attended, and to the officers for taking the positions to lead the club for the next year. The club is proud to present Ireland's most sought after and most exciting new magician, Rodd Hogg on Saturday, January 20 in the Bannvalley Hall, Clady. This is a show not to be missed. Doors open at 8pm. Tickets, priced at £12.50 each, are available from all committee members, or contact club secretary Paul Downey on 07708909400. Show followed by music until late.

O’DONNELL’S GAC: The club are inviting applications for the position of senior football manager/coach (support staff in place). Could any interested parties please submit an expression of interest and CV to or call 07976 001 245 to discuss.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: The club are proudly introducing Warrenpoint Operation Transformation starting this January. This will be a six week, team based activity program that will follow the RTE Operation transformation TV and radio show. Whether you would like to lose some weight, become a little fitter, walk four miles in under an hour, run your first 5k or get out of the house to attend weekly fitness classes and brisk walks, then Warrenpoint Operation Transformation will have something for you. Registration is at Operation Transformation desk on Sunday, January 7 from 3-5pm in the clubrooms (as part of club registration day). Operation Transformation induction will be in the clubrooms Thursday, January 11 from 7.30-9.00pm.

ST PATRICK’S GAC MAYOBRIDGE: The Annual Mayobridge and District ‘King of the Board’ darts competition takes place tomorrow, Friday at 4.00p.m. in Mayobridge GAC social club. The AGM took place recently with Down County Chairman and Mayobridge club man Sean Rooney presiding over the election of officers.

BALLYMACNAB GFC: The St Stephen's Day walk was enjoyed by a colourful and chatty group of walkers from Ballymacnab Hall around the beautiful scenic Seaghan Dam. This proved to be the healthy tonic following the Christmas day dinner. An enjoyable cup of tea was served in Ballymacnab Hall at the end of the walk by Aisling O’Hare and Leah Gray, St. Patrick’s High School Keady students who are travelling to Romania in February. The girls would like to express their appreciation to everyone who made a donation. A total of £150.00 was raised. Well done to all the walkers from home and abroad. More walks to be arranged in the New Year.


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