Club Call - every Thursday
MICHAEL DAVITT GAC, BELFAST: The club is holding a quarterly meeting on Monday April 11 in the Clubrooms starting at 7.30pm. All members are encouraged to attend.
CLANN NA GAEL, LURGAN: On Friday April 8 at 8pm Clan Na Gael will be hosting a commemoration night of the 1916 Easter Rising. The event has been organised by Shankill people. Dr Gerard MacAtasney will be giving a lecture on the Easter Rising. Also on the night there will dancing from the Maginn School of Irish Dancing. Admission is free and during the night there will be a raffle, proceeds to Craigavon Neo Natal Unit.
PEARSE OG, ARMAGH: Pearse Og Armagh presents Lip Sync Battle first heat Saturday April 9 (three heats in total with final in May). Over 18s only and you must submit your song prior to start date. Cash prizes!! The audience decides who goes through. Are you up for the challenge - contact Gerard 0771810466
SARSFIELD'S: A six-week training programme "Transforming Trasna" commences Monday April 11 at Sarsfields 3G pitch and runs each Monday 7-8pm and Wednesday 7:30-8:30pm. Come and join whether you want to walk, jog or run! Registration this Wednesday April 6 at 6:30pm. For more information contact Barry Shanks or Eileen McAlinden. Registration £20 with all proceeds going to Sarsfields Club fund.
BALLINASCREEN: Club membership is now due: £30 for adults, £10 for under 18s and Family membership: £70 (two adults and any children under the age of 18). Scholarships are now available from St Colm's GAC for teenagers from Ballinascreen who are attending the Gaeltacht this summer. It's necessary to put in writing the name of child and the course, date, duration, contact number and e-mail address, or contact Conor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note all applications to be received before May 20.
DONAGHMORE: Go Games dates for your diary: Under 8s: April 23, May 14, 28, June 18, July 23, August 13, 27, and September 17. Under 10s: April 16, 30, May 21, June 11, 25, July 30, August 20, and September 10, 24. There will also be several tournament competition events, e.g. Bellaghy and Moy Tournaments as well as our own Francie Donnelly Tournament for U8 and U10 teams. Donaghmore GAA will be hosting Go Games events, most likely on April 23 and 30 April, and we would appreciate help from parents on the setup and refreshments for visiting teams. Final details of each Go Games event are usually only available a few days in advance. Fundraiser Pub Quiz to take place on Friday April 29 2016 in Kiery’s Bar at 9pm to raise funds for the Donaghmore St Patrick’s Ladies GFC. £3 per person, max four people per team. Spot prizes and prize for winning team.
KILLYMAN ST MARY’S: Irish dancing will continue on Monday nights from 6.30 to 8pm. All new members are welcome. Ceili dancing classes continue on Tuesday nights from 8pm - 10pm in the Community Centre. Anyone from P6 and above is welcome to attend. Training for P1 - P7 boys and girls will take place every Friday evening from 6.30 - 7.30pm. Training will be outdoors depending on the weather so dress appropriately. There will be indoor training when the weather is bad.
CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: The draw for the All Ireland football weekend has been rescheduled for Sunday May 8 at our club day celebrations. Any tickets sold should be returned to managers and mentors.
ST BRONAGH’S GAA: The launch of St Bronagh’s new site coincides with the start of the footballing season for many of our teams this week. http://rostrevorgaa.com/
LONGSTONE GAC: Longstone will now be holding a night at the races on Friday May 6, following the club's home game against Burren. Race sponsor - £25 Horse sponsor - £10. Please contact any committee member if interested in sponsoring. One draw of £100 to be won for anyone who sponsors a race and three £50 draws for anyone who sponsors a horse. We would like to inform all supporters that admission in to senior football matches is now £4.00. This is the same for all ACFL Division 1 and ACFL Division 2 matches.
CUMANN NA mBUNSCOIL: Antrim Allianz Cumann na mBunscol have teamed up with the Children's Hospice in a special fundraiser. Children will be involved in a special non-uniform/wear your sporting colours event at their schools on Friday May 27. The launch took place at the City Hall with Lord Mayor Arder Carson, Jenay Doyle and Noreen Kennedy from the Children's Hospice joining with children from various schools who have already signed up to Special Event.