ClubCall: Events and entertainment planned at clubs right around Ulster
Keady Michael Dwyers: In association with Armagh County Board will be holding a Concussion Awareness workshop in the G. McGleenan Pavilion on Tuesday, March 7 at 7.30pm. All players, mentors and parents are encouraged to attend. Other local sporting clubs are also very welcome.
St Mary's GAC, Ardmore: Underage football continues every Wednesday from 7.30 - 8.30pm at the Glenaden Centre, Trench Road. New players are welcome to join.
Glasdrumman GAC: Please note the time for yoga on Mondays is from 8pm to 9pm. Suitable for all levels. Everyone welcome.
St Michael's GFC, Magheralin: The club have organised a series of activities for this year's St Patrick's Day, the theme of which is ‘Nature'. The parade will depart from outside the Parish Hall at 10.30am, making its way to the GAA Club. Stew and refreshments will be served and there will be a display by the Northern Ireland School of Falconry. The Moira Animal Rescue Centre will also be present. At 1pm there will be traditional music, singing and storytelling in the marquee. Later on that night (8pm) local band ‘Back to Black' will be performing. This is for adults only and admission is £5.
Erin's Own, Lavey: We will be hosting Kerry legend and RTÉ Sunday Game analyst Tomás Ó Sé, Armagh All-Ireland winning goalkeeper Benny Tierney and Irish News columnist Cahair O'Kane for a night of GAA discussion this Saturday, March 11 at 8pm. Admission to this event will be by ticket only. There are a limited number of tickets still available so we would ask everyone to secure your ticket as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment. Tickets are £20 each and can be obtained through Chairman Paul Birt on 07711 206791 or from the club reception.
Lamh Dhearg CLG: A coffee morning to launch Hannahstown's ‘Darkness Into Light' event will be held in Lámh Dhearg clubrooms on Saturday, March 11 from 9.30am to 12.30pm. Everyone welcome to attend and hear about the unique forthcoming event in aid of Suicide Awareness.
St Mary's GAC Rasharkin: Registration evening on Saturday, March 11 in St Olcan's Parish Centre from 7 - 8pm. There will also be a fire sale on old club gear at the event.
St John's, Drumnaquoile: We will be hosting a training evening on ‘Autism and Sports Coaching' on Monday, March 13. This will be delivered by Disability Sport NI. The workshop provides participants with an introduction to Autism and Sports Coaching. It guides participants through a number of activities focusing on strategies to make coaching inclusive for participants with Autism.
Darragh Cross GAC: Our Big Breakfast morning will be on Sunday, March 19 at the club hall from 9am to 12.30pm. A full Irish breakfast with tea or coffee is £5 for adults and £3.50 for children. All welcome.
Omagh St Enda's: Big Bingo will take place in the clubrooms on Thursday, March 16 at 9pm, with £6,000 payout including two £1,000 houses.
St Peter's Lurgan: Arrangements for this year's St Patrick's Day parade & festival are well underway with the parade leaving St Peter's club at 11am along the same route as previous years. Those taking part are asked to assemble in the club premises at 10.30am. For further information, contact Martin or Paul at 07719271570 or 07796230661.
St Mary's Burren: The next two fixtures of the 2017 Malachy Murdock Tournament have been confirmed. On Sunday, March 12 at 4.30pm, Ballymun will face Crossmaglen, while the following Sunday, March 19 (3pm) will see Burren take on Mayobridge.
Pomeroy Plunketts GAC: The club is holding a special night this Saturday to celebrate the achievements of its senior players over the last year. Presentations will take place during a night of music, food and dancing at the Glenavon House Hotel in Cookstown as the community comes together to show their appreciation. Tickets are priced £15 and available from local shops and committee members. Under-16s should be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Seating is not reserved and dress code is smart/casual.
Kickhams Creggan GAC: A Big Breakfast will take place at the clubhouse this Sunday, March 12 from 9am until 1.30pm. All proceeds will go towards helping Fintan and Mary O'Neill, Antrim Hospital A&E and the ICU Unit at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast. There will be a raffle and auction on the morning.