GAA Club Call

Club Call - every Thursday

Killyman St Mary's recently presented a cheque to the Cormac Trust for £5,673. The money was raised from the Daryl Comac Memorial Tournament and associated events
Padraig O Meiscill



BALLYHOLLAND HARPS: Juvenile registration is Sunday, February 5 from 11am-1pm. All new members are very welcome.

Our dinner dance is Saturday, February 11 at 7.30pm in the club. This is a non-ticket event, you can pay on the night.

CROSSMAGLEN RANGERS: The following are our dates and times for registration: U6 and U8 - Thursday, February 2 from 7pm to 8pm; U10 and U12 – Tuesday, February 7 from 7pm to 8pm; U14 and U16 – Thursday, February 9 from 7pm to 8pm.

CARRICKMORE ST COLMCILLE'S: The club held a successful membership registration evening in the Dean Maguirc College last Thursday. The club wants to express its thanks and gratitude to everyone who joined on the night. If you missed registration night, please email

ST JOHN BOSCO: The annual club Mass for members and St Catherine's band will be celebrated in St Brigid's on Saturday, February 4 at 7pm.

On the following Saturday, February 11, the club comes together in Water Street for its awards' night and social to thank all members for their support and commitment during 2016.

DONAGHMORE: A presentation dinner for our senior and minor teams will be held on Friday, February 3 in the Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown, with a four-course meal plus entertainment. Tickets at £30 are available from the Torrent Complex.

The 2017 Tyrone Summer Camp will be held in Donaghmore from July 24-27. Details of how to book will follow in coming months.

The Scór na nÓg All-Ireland final will take place in the Waterfront Hall, Belfast on Saturday, February 11. Please contact any member of the committee for information on pre-booking tickets.

Traditional Irish music classes for all levels and ages (7+); Tutors: Clare McCrystal - fiddle & Donna Campbell - tin whistle. Classes began Wednesday, January 18 in the Torrent Complex from 4.30pm-6.30pm and run for 10 weeks. Anyone interested in learning guitar should contact Clare McCrystal (07778526814). A class will be run if there is sufficient interest.

Six weeks of basic Irish, suitable for all age groups, facilitated by Karen Kirby. Began Monday, January 23, 7.30-9pm at Bardic Theatre, Donaghmore. Classes are free. Contact Grace on 028 87769157 or email

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: The club will hold a mop-up registration evening on Friday, February 3 from 7-9pm in the clubrooms for those who did not make the last session. This will be the final chance to register for the upcoming season and anyone who wishes to take part in any club activities, including core training, must be a fully registered member.

Also on Friday, club merchandise officer Roisín O'Hare will also be there with club merchandise for sale. Following on from recent demand, there will be club shorts, socks and training gear available.

GLASDRUMMAN: Juvenile registration takes place on Sunday, February 5 from 3.30pm until 4.45pm in the clubrooms.

There will be a meeting in the clubrooms on Monday, February 6 at 7p.m for any new and existing mentors. Please consider getting involved with one of the juvenile teams this year. Full child protection training will be given to all new coaches. If you can't make the meeting but are interested in getting involved, please let Gary or Catherine know.

ST BRONAGH'S, ROSTREVOR: After a solid month of hard work, the gym is back in action.

Awards night will take place on Friday, February 3. Our 1976 Championship winning team will be there as special guests, along with Down great Colm McAlarney as guest speaker. Tickets are £6 each or £10 per couple. Contact Ciaran Sloan for tickets or the PRO.

Irish classes will begin on Monday, February 20 and continue for two weeks, Monday to Friday. Classes will begin at 5.30pm and finish at 6.15pm in the clubrooms. Classes are free to all children who are members of the GAA and in P7. A fee of £20 will be payable by non-members.

ST MARY'S, ARDMORE: Members are reminded that club membership is now due - adult members £20, U18 £5 and family membership £25.

There are a number of coaching courses taking place over the next few weeks if any coaches or senior players would like to attend: Level 1 Youth & Adult - February 17, 18 and 19; Level 2 Football – February 24 and 25 and March 3, 4 and 5. Please contact William, Emmett or Annette if you would like to attend any of these courses.

LIMAVADY WOLFHOUNDS: Club registration evening will take place on Friday, February 3 between the hours of 6 and 8pm. This will be held in St Mary's High School.

BALLYMARTIN: Annual registration day for membership will take place on Sunday, February 5 in the clubrooms at Pat's Road.

ST JOHN'S: St Francis' PS, Drumaroad are holding bingo in the club on Friday, February 3 at 7pm. Light refreshments served. All welcome.

PEARSE ÓG, ARMAGH: The annual Donal Powell Quiz Night takes place on Saturday, February 4 at 9pm in the social club - £20 per team of four or five. Light refreshments served and trophies on the night.

NA PIARSAIGH, EANACH MÓR: Membership is now due for 2017: £10 monthly direct debit, including membership and two lotto lines each week; £12.50 monthly direct debit includes club and gym membership and two lotto lines each week; £25 adult; £40 family – two adults, two children U18; £5 students and senior members. Gym membership £50 per year, £30 students. You can register for club membership at the quiz night on February 10 and after 10am mass on Sunday, February 12 or contact Lisa Devlin on 07818064020.

Next committee meeting is on Tuesday, February 7 at 9pm.

ERIN'S OWN, CARGIN: The annual dinner dance will be held in the White River House Hotel, Toome on Saturday, February 4, including presentation of proposed new clubrooms by a TV celebrity and international architect.

ST EUNAN'S: The club will hold its senior board presentation for 2016 on Friday, February 3 at 8pm in the clubhouse at O'Donnell Park.



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