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Naomh Eoin representatives Maria Gough and Paddy Hannigan joined Maura Brown and Eileen Fitzsimons from Parcel Force to present the management of Cuan Mhuire, Newry with a cheque for £1,000 - proceeds from the club's charity walk last St Stephen's Day and the generous matched contribution from Parcel Force. Pictured (l-r) are Paddy Hannigan, Sister Eileen, Sister Shiela, Maura Brown and Eileen Fitzsimmons (Parcel Force), Gerry McElroy (manager, Cuan Mhuire) and Maria Gough



DOWN SUPPORTERS CLUB: The club is running buses to the National League Division Two game away to Derry on Sunday in Owenbeg. To book seats, contact Séamus McClean on 07873761804.

Fares: Adults £15, U16 £10. Buses will leave Castlewellan at 10.30am and Newry at 11.15am.

DONAGHMORE: Wee Pat’s (nursery-P3) will start on Friday at 6.30pm in the sport’s hall of the Torrent Complex. Each session will cost £1 per child to cover hire of the hall. Helpers at each station are always welcome.

Membership fees for the 2017 season are now due. Membership costs £20 per adult (over 18), with a reduced membership of £30 for an adult couple. Student membership is £10 for members who are over 18 and in full-time education. Youth membership (U8-18) is £10, up to a maximum of £20 per family. Ladies’ membership is £25. Ladies’ U12-U18 is £20, ladies’ U10 is £10 and ladies’ U6-U8 is £5.

The next ladies’ committee meeting is on Wednesday, March 15 at 7pm.

GLASDRUMMAN: Circuits continues on a Tuesday night in the clubrooms from 7-8pm with Graham from Acti Sport. All new faces welcome. Suitable for all levels.

Yoga on Monday nights from 8.30-9pm. All welcome.

KILLYMAN: Irish dancing classes will continue as usual on Monday evenings.

The summer camp will be held from August 14-17.

Membership is still open for 2017. Please contact any committee member for membership forms or more details.

Solo singer Hannah, ballad group Terry, Kelley and Hannah and quiz team Justin, Frank, Terry and John are all through to the Scór Sinsear final in Dun Úladh this weekend. Good luck to you all.

CLONDUFF: The club is running the annual Dalsey Mooney Memorial Sevens on Saturday, May 20, restricted to 16 teams. Winners will receive £2,000 O’Neill’s voucher, runner-up £500 O’Neill’s vouchers, semi-finalists £250 each. Entry fee is £200 and entries should be confirmed on or before April 18.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: The club is hosting Real Talks by Cavan goalkeeper Alan O'Mara tonight at 7.30pm in club rooms.

The annual reunion will take place this Saturday in the Whistledown Hotel, Warrenpoint. Tickets are priced £25 and available from Aislíng McGivern or Eugene Gallagher.

Loch Mór Dál gCais held their inaugural dinner dance and awards night at the Ballymac Hotel last Friday. They were joined on the night by Kilkenny hurling legend and eight-time All-Ireland champion Eoin Larkin. Eoin was presented with a club jersey by chairman Neil Morgan

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The club is hosting a training evening on autism and sports coaching on Monday, March 13, delivered by Disability Sport NI. The workshop guides participants through a number of activities focusing on strategies to make coaching inclusive for participants with autism.

For further details see To reserve your place, contact Maureen Ward on 077 9306 6146 or

Adult dance classes will continue every Wednesday at 7.30pm.

LÁMH DHEARG: The Felix Mulligan Memorial U16 football tournament will be played this weekend at Woodlands 4G pitch.

ROCK ST PATRICK’S: The annual general meeting took place last Sunday. The following committee was elected for 2017: honorary presidents Fr John Flanagan cc, Francie McNally, Sally Hoy, Frank O'Neill, Felix McGuire, John Gourley, Jimmy McCreesh; chairman Anthony Mullan; vice-chairman Brian Lagan; secretary Barry Ruddy; asst. secretary Aislinn Carroll; treasurer Stephen Carroll; asst. treasurer Mickey McAleer; PRO Séamus Carroll; youth officer Ciaran Gourley; county comm. rep Eamonn Cush; players’ rep Niall Mullan; ladies’ rep TBC; development officer Séamus Donaghy; health & wellbeing officer Ursula Daly; cultural officer Eamonn McGarrity; committee members Cathal Cush, Colm Mackle, John McGurk, Reamonn Gourley, Sean Mallon, Barry Tally, Oliver McVeigh, Brenda Bradley.

ANNAGHMORE: The will host a Big Breakfast morning on St Patrick’s Day in

the clubrooms at 11am. The event will offer full Irish and continental breakfast, as well as live traditional music and dancing provided by local school children.

CARRICKCRUPPEN: The will hold its annual MEGA quiz in the clubrooms on Friday, March 10 at 9pm. All members and friends are asked to come along.

MADDEN RAPAREES: There will be a sports quiz in the community centre this Friday, with all proceeds in aid of the underage development fund. Entry is £5 per person, with no more than teams of six. There will be a light supper served on the night.

ST ERGNAT’S, MONEYGLASS: Ardnaglass on the Air, a comedy by C21 Theatre Company, this Sunday. Only a few tickets left at or Boyd’s service station or call 07842 607 128 or 07713 887 928.

Club registration day this Sunday from 2-4pm in the clubrooms. Every player must be registered. Contact Pat on 07776 354 771 for enquiries.

ST COLM’S, DRUM: The 80th anniversary gala dinner takes place tomorrow night at the Tullyglass Hotel. Buses will leave Gortnaghey community centre and Dungiven sports pavilion at 5pm sharp. Drinks reception from 6-7pm. Dinner served at 7.15pm sharp. Music by Muddlers Club. Guest speakers are Galway All-Ireland winning manager John O'Mahony, Ulster GAA president Michael Hasson, Monaghan captain Conor McManus, former Armagh & Crossmaglen star Oisín McConville, Derry county chairman Brian Smith and Clare Devlin from CCMS. Buses leaving Tullyglass for home between 1.30am and 2am. The club’s 4D draw will also take place on the night, with the top prize a five-night visit to Las Vegas for two people.



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