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After winning the Belfast-Antrim Allianz Cumann na mBunscol indoor five-a-side title before Christmas, Bunscoil Phobal Feirste lifted the indoor hurling title also and now progress to the All-County finals on Tuesday, February 21. Pictured alongside the double winners are referee Davy McGrath (back, left) and Ulster Hurling Development Officer, Kieran Megraw 
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ST MOCHAIS, DARRAGH CROSS: A registration night will be held in the club on Wednesday, February 1 from 7pm to 9pm. The membership rates are – adults £80, students £55 and U18s £40. Membership must be paid before the season starts to cover all players for insurance purposes, and also for all those using the club gym facilities.

KEADY MICHAEL DWYER’S: There will be a membership registration evening on Monday, January 30 between 7.30pm and 9pm.

GREENLOUGH ST COLUMBAS CAMOGIE CLUB: It’s quiz time again with ‘Battle of the Brains’ taking place on Friday, February 3 in Clady Bar at 8.30pm for a 9pm start.

CLONDUFF: Players should register before commencing training. If injured whilst unregistered, you are not covered by insurance. If you purchase a Down clubs draw ticket your membership is covered in cost of the ticket. Registration night for both adults and juveniles is Tuesday, January 31 in Hilltown Youth Club at 7.30pm.

BALLYMARTIN: The club’s annual registration day for 2017 membership will take place on Sunday, February 5 in the clubrooms at Pat’s Road. The annual awards night will take place on Saturday, February 11 in the Ballymartin Inn. Tickets are £5 and will be available from January 26 at the Ballymartin Inn or by booking with the club treasurer on 07802 344253 on or before February 6.

GLASSDRUMMAN: The Senior Scór will be in St Patrick’s Primary School, Hilltown on February 5 at 6pm. The club will be taking part in  two sections – solo singing and ballad group. Details of rehearsals will be circulated to all concerned.

ARMAGH HARPS: Harps’ seniors will again organise the very popular ‘Punters League’ for the National Football League (beginning February 4). Test your wits against the experts. Cash prizes for the winners of each round and overall winners. For a one-off £20 fee, punters predict the results for seven rounds of the National Football League.Each week the weekly prize for the most points will receive £20 with a top prize of £300 available to the overall league winner.

DONAGHMORE: A presentation dinner for the senior and minor teams will be held on Friday, February 3 in the Glenavon Hotel Cookstown with a four-course meal plus entertainment. Tickets are priced at £30 each. Tables of 10 can also be block booked, available from the Torrent Complex. Come support your club.

EDERNEY: A beginner’s class in Irish will take place every Tuesday at 8pm in the Ederney clubhouse. No previous knowledge of Irish required and all welcome.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: THE cultural section, under the leadership of Carmel McGrath have been working hard in preparation for the 2017 Scór season.  The club will be represented in ceili dancing, set dancing, solo singing, instrumental and quiz.The first round takes place on Friday, February 3 in Burren at 8pm.

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