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The U13.5 boys from Sacred Heart College, Omagh who defeated Abbey Vocational School, Donegal town, in a pulsating Ulster Schools Faul Cup semi-final last Friday in Castlederg. The Sacred Heart panel was C Kelly, A McSorley, T Cox, T Mullan, S McKenna, C Conway, T Campbell, P Goan, F Glackin, O Campbell, S Drumm, C McArdle, F Patterson, T Cunningham, M Hayes; subs: B McLaughlin, E Donnelly, J Gallagher, C Connolly, M Bradley, AJ Moore, S McCaul, J Shi, R Simmonds, D Arkinson
Padraig O Meiscill

DONAGHMORE: Ladies' Easter raffle will take place in the Bottom Bar on Saturday, April 22 at 10pm. Tickets still on sale from any committee member, all local shops and at the Torrent Complex.

Forms are now available for any youth members of the club who wish to apply for a scholarship towards their Gaeltacht fees. For further information, please contact secretary Pauric Gallagher (07734 865 961). Please note the closing date for applications to be received by county board is Friday, May 5 at 5pm, therefore all forms will need to be completed by secretary by Thursday, May 4 at the very latest.

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

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

GLASSDRUMMAN: Yoga will not be going ahead next Monday due to the Easter holidays.

Walking Club will restart in May, further details to follow. Due to holy week services, tonight's bingo will be starting at 8.45pm.

Scór squad will be taking part in annual county Scór celebration in St Patrick's, Saul on Easter Tuesday at 8pm. Transport details will be sent by text during the week.

ARDMORE: Starting on Sunday, April 23, there will be a run for fun at the Gaelic pitch every Sunday morning at 9am. This is for children over 12 years and their parents and anyone else from the community who would like to get more active for the summer. Just turn up on the morning wearing clothing suitable for the weather. For further information, contact Cyril Hargan.

ST JOHN'S, DRUMNAQUOILE: Social media legend Rory's Stories has been booked for the club for Saturday, May 20.

The walking group's next outing will be to Murlough on Wednesday, April 19, leaving the club at 7pm and the entrance near the 12 Arches Bridge at 7.15pm. On Saturday, April 29, we go to Slievemageogh in the Mournes. Walks may change at short notice depending on weather etc. For further details, contact Kevin McGlynn on 078 3596 0804 or

ST MICHAEL'S, MAGHERALIN: The club is organising a night at the races on Saturday, April 22 in the GAA hall, starting at 9pm. Race sponsorship is £20 and to buy a horse is £10. Please contact any committee member to purchase.

ST EUNAN'S, LETTERKENNY: There is no Friday evening hurling and camogie academy for the next two Fridays. It will resume on Friday, April 28 in O'Donnell Park at 6.30pm.

We extend our deepest sympathies to the Gallagher family, Kirkstown; the Harley family and the Peoples family on their recent losses.

ST ERGNAT'S, MONEYGLASS: There will be a big Easter breakfast this Sunday from 6.15am to 8.30am in the community centre. Everyone most welcome.

Club 200 commences on April 20. Contact Donal (07743 503 670) or Megan (07729 284 371) for details.

ST MICHAEL'S, LISSAN: Easter fun day will take place on Easter Saturday. Big breakfast from 10a,m, underage football, Easter egg hunt, bouncy castle, mothers and others and exhibition matches. Everyone welcome.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: The dancers progress to the All Ireland Scór final on Saturday, May 6 in the Waterfront in Belfast. Anyone wishing to attend is asked to email Aislíng McGivern ( to place a ticket order.

Last Sunday saw the launch of this year's 5/10k on the Bay, which is famous for being the most picturesque run in the area. The chipped run will take place on Sunday, May 21 at 10.30am. Cost is £12.

CLAN NA GAEL, LURGAN: Easter Eggstravaganza, Easter Sunday 11am-1pm at Davitt Park, £5 per child, £10 per family.

MAYOBRIDGE: The awards keep rolling in for very talented club member Deirdre Coulter. After her recent success at the Castleblayney Drama Festival, she has followed this by winning Best Supporting Actress at the Wicklow Drama Festival last Saturday night. Congratulations to Deirdre.

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