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NAOMH PÓL: As part of the club's 75th anniversary celebrations, a black tie dinner will be held in Belfast City Hall on Saturday, October 29. The night will be a celebration of the club's history and both Aogán Ó Fearghaíl and Michael Hasson will be attending. Bookings for the dinner are filling up very fast and the club are keen for as many old and former members to attend as possible. Tickets are priced £35 each and for further details please contact Billy McLarnon 07834 208975.

 

DERRYNOOSE GAC: The club will be holding a 75 mile relay race travelling through various towns and villages this Saturday. The participants will solo a football, or sliotar with a hurl, non-stop from the club grounds at Derrynoose to the lyrics of the song 'The Boys from the County Armagh.' The route will go from Derrynoose, to Newtownhamilton, Forkhill, Crossmaglen and round by the Gap of Mountnorris and home by the Blackwater. There will be live music and food available all evening from 6pm. All are welcome.

 

DUNGANNON THOMAS CLARKE'S: There are two weeks to go to the 5 kilometre Town Run/Walk on October 9 to welcome home the Cead Mi­le - Cead Bliain walkers home from their 100 mile walk from Dublin to Dungannon. Those interested in taking party can register online or at a registration night on Thursday, September 29 from 7.30pm at O'Neill Park.

 

ATTICALL: This Saturday the cabaret and dancing artists appearing are Boxcar Brian, Stephen Smyth, Aisling Fitzpatrick. Gerard Doran provides the backing. Admission is £10 and pay at the door.

 

KILLYMAN ST MARY'S: The club will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the club rooms with a mass on Friday, September 30 at 8pm. All are invited to come along and celebrate. There will be tea and light refreshments afterwards.

 

BALLYMARTIN GAC: Down GAA have announced that Marty Morrissey has agreed to host the 1991 Celebration Dinner in the Canal Court Hotel on October 1. This is a celebration of the success of that team which included Ballymartin’s Paul Higgins and Gregory McCartan. It is a great chance to honour the men of 1991. Tickets can be booked by contacting Marie McKibbin on07802344253. Please note that there are a limited number of tickets remaining.

 

ST JOHN'S: The club are running a bus to the Antrim Hills and Glenarm on Saturday, October 1. The bus will leave St John’s at 9.00am. Cost is £10. Although this is being run by the walking group, the trip is open to everyone. Booking is essential - contact Kevin McGlynn on 078 3596 before Saturday 24.

 

DONAGHMORE: A Jailbreak pub quiz will be held on Friday, September 30 at 8pm in the Bottom Bar to raise funds for the club's large-scale fundraiser. Admission is £5 per person with prizes on the night including a prize for best dressed convict.

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