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Ardboe captain Odhrán Devlin receiving Corn Frankie Uí Néill from Maureen O'Neill and Michael Hasson, Ulster GAA President

Tyrone GAA Summer Camp: A Tyrone GAA Summer Camp is being held in Donaghmore from Monday 18th – Thursday 21st JJuly, 10am-1pm. Cost is £24.00 per child and bookings can be made by telephone by calling the Tyrone GAA Centre on 028 8556 7723 or online.

Donaghmore Ladies GFC: are inviting you to come along to another fantastic Quiz Night Taking place on Friday, July 1 in Kierys Bottom Bar. There will be a barbecue for those who attend and the theme is ‘American Style' so make sure to dress up as your favourite American Idol! Entry is just £5 for food and quiz ticket.

Next Ladies Committee Meeting: Wednesday 6th July at 7pm

Glenn John Martin GAC: will be hosting ‘Grub in the Club' on Sunday, June 26 from 12-3pm (following the graveyard blessing). Come along to meet friends and family and to support our Glenn GAC youth teams.

Armagh Harps: will host their Annual Summer Camp from Mon 4th to Fri 8th July from 10am to 2pm. £25 first child £15 second child & £10 third child. Registration forms now available from all management teams. All 4 to 12 year olds welcome. Any queries please contact our Youth Officer James Clifford 07801215441.

Photo - Good Luck to Armagh Harps Ladies who travel Kerry this weekend to represent Armagh in the All Ireland Feile Peile Na Nog in Castlegregory County Kerry.

Glasdrumman GAC: Last Man Standing got a further clear out following this weekend matches. We are now down to the last two Eugene McGreevy and Brian Trainor. Teams already picked and this week's fixtures are posted on the website as usual. Please note there is one Wednesday match and several Thursday night matches this week. If anyone still in the competition is choosing from these matches they need to have their entries in by Tuesday for the Wednesday match or Wednesday night for the Thursday matches.

Foreglen GAA: Friday, July 8-10 the club will hold a 'Gathering/festival weekend'. There will be activities, reminiscing and craic for old and young over the weekend and they wish to invite you and your families to celebrate. There is a local talent show, anyone who would like to participate to contact Josie McFeely on 07835682056, doors will open at 7.30pm, admission £5 for adults and children free. Sunday admission will be £7.50 with doors opening at 9pm, there will also be fancy dress, face painting and a BBQ happening throughout the day.

HighMoss Sarsfields: This weeks lotto results, winning numbers - 12,13,15,19. One jackpot winner - Pool Six - Next weeks jackpot £500

St Bronagh's GAA: Registration for Cul Camp 2016 will take place on Wednesday, June 22 in Pettit Park hall from 6.30-7.30pm. Nursery camp costs £25 and is for children who are finishing P1 and P2 at the end of June (children who have not yet started school cannot attend cul camp). Full day camp is for children starting P4 in September and costs £40 with the second child in a family costing £35, child 3/4/5 in the same family costing £30.

St. John's GAC: St Johns are hosting the Kelloggs and Nursery Camp from 22 to 26 August 2016. Kellogg's GAA Camps provide boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 13 ¬with an action-packed and fun-filled week. Nursery Camp is for children commencing P2 and P3. Cost is £25.00 per child. Children starting P1 are not eligible for enrolment. This camp runs from 10.00am-12.30pm.Please note, Nursery Camp applications must not be completed online as the Nursery Camp is for all children commencing P4 up to the age of 13. The cost is £40.00. All children attending the camps will receive the new Camp Kit for 2016 ¬

Killyman St Mary's: Killymans night at the dogs was held on Saturday night in Dundalk Stadium. Thanks to everyone that helped over the last few months; particularly our committee and fundraising sub committee. Thanks to every single person that sponsored the event, donated prizes, nominated a dog or bought tickets - you have all contributed to the success. Killyman are due to play Tattyreagh at home on Sunday 26th June at 2.15pm and 3.45pm. All support is welcome. Could all committee members make themselves available to officiate?

Pearse Sportive Cycle 2016 will take place on Sunday 7th August. There will be two routes to choose from - 50k and 100k. All monies raised will go to Marie Curie Cancer Care and club funds. All cyclists/clubs are welcome to take part cost £15 per person and receive a goody bag at finish. Both routes 50k/100k will be fully marshalled. Water stations will be available along each route. Roll on 7th August. Contact Gerard 07718104662 or BJ 07562009907 for more info.

Michael Davitt G.A.C. Swatragh: are proud to announce that its 70th Anniversary Gala Evening will take place on Saturday the 12th November 2016 at the Tullyglass House Hotel, Ballymena. It promises to be a great nights entertainment with high demand for tickets already. Tables of ten are available from any of the following gala committee members: Gerard: 07714980122, Paddy Joe: 07855949616, Sean: 07970936458or Dermot: 07970676719.

Lissummon GFC: would like to wish good luck to Shannon Trainor, Zara Magill, Rachel Meehan, Niamh McCoy and all the Carrickcruppin girls who have got through to the All Ireland Feile Competition in Cork this weekend.

Desertmartin G.A.A: are holding a Car Wash Morning at the Gaelic Centre Longfield on Saturday 25th June from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The cost is 5.00 per vehicle.

ST ENDA'S OMAGH: Big Bingo will take place in the Clubrooms this Thursday, June 23 at 9.00pm, with £6,000 payout including two £1,000 houses.

Con Magee's GAC: Glenravel will host this year's Feis na nGleann from Friday, July 1 to Sunday, July 3 as part of our Centenary Celebrations. This promises to be an action packed weekend with the u16, Junior football and Junior Camogie finals to be held on Friday 1st, while on Saturday 2nd the Senior football final will be played. Sunday 3rd of July will be the main event of Feis weekend with the Art and Craft competitions on display in the Ballsallagh suite from noon until 6.00pm and the u16B, McMullan Cup, Senior Camogie and Senior Hurling finals scheduled to be played; throw in times to be confirmed. Any runners over 16 are welcome to register for the Roger Casement Mile Race to take place on the afternoon of Sunday 3rd July. To register please contact Con Magees secretary Henry Duffin at For further details of match times etc see our website

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