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David Marley, health and wellbeing officer James Martin, Linda Fegan, vice-chairperson Michael Boyle and Joan Herron launch Lámh Dhearg's 50-mile Sportive cycle, going from Hannahstown-Oxford Island-Hannahstown on Saturday, June 10. The club will also hold a family cycle around its Highway to Health pathway. Proceeds from the cycles will go towards club development funds and two designated charities: Pulmonary Fibrosis and Alzheimer's NI. Details of registration nights will follow
Padraig O Meiscill



ST MARY'S, ARDMORE: Jthe Run for Fun session at McCourt's field every Sunday morning at 9am. Just come along and take part. Talk to Cyril Hargan for more information.

Advance booking is now open for the Ardmore Cúl Camp, which runs from August 21- 25 for boys and girls aged 6-13. To book a place, contact club treasuerer Emmett O' Kane or stay behind after underage training on Wednesday for a quick meeting. We plan to organise some fundraisers with parents to reduce the cost for each child attending the camp.

DONAGHMORE: Any club member who is interested in undertaking training for GAA refereeing, please contact any member of the committee. Courses are currently taking place for girls/boys aged 14-17, but alternative arrangements can be made for any interested club member outside this age bracket.

Club Tyrone summer camps will take place in Donaghmore from July 24-27. Places can be booked online at

GLASDRUMMAN: Walking group still on every Wednesday evening, meeting at the clubrooms at 6.30pm.

Special ticket discount available through club for the Ulster Football Championship quarter-final between Down and Armagh on June 4. See club Facebook page for further details.

ST JOHN'S: Social media legend Rory's Stories will be putting on a show this Saturday in the club. Doors open at 7.30pm, with an 8.30pm start, £10 entry at the door followed by DJ.

We are now renewing our sponsor boards around the pitch. If you would be interested in advertising your business, contact any committee member

The annual St John's GAC Golf Classic will be held at Spa Golf Club on Wednesday July 12. Tee times are now available to book from 9am to 3pm.

The cost is £30 per person (£20 for Spa Golf Club members), which includes green fee, goody bag and a meal. You can also sponsor a hole for £50 or pay £20 to be listed on the sponsors' board.

To book a tee time or to sponsor the event, contact Eugene O'Boyle on 07764962676 or

The walking group's next outing will on Saturday, when we go to Annalong Valley, meet at the club and be ready to leave at 9.30am. For mid-week walks, meet at the club and be ready to leave at 7pm. Walks may change at short notice, depending on weather. Contact Kevin McGlynn on 078 3596 0804 or for further details.

O'NEILL'S, AN PORT MÓR: The official opening of the new Community Sports Complex will take place tomorrow at 8pm.

CROSSMAGLEN RANGERS: As part of our ongoing drugs and alcohol awareness programme, we, in partnership with the Magnet Centre and START 360, held a very informative evening on Wednesday. It was primarily aimed at our U14 and U16 boys and girls .

The evening provided information about support, awareness and preventative measures regarding the misuse of alcohol and drugs .

Many thanks to the representatives of the Magnet Centre, START 360, Dr Finbar Markey and our own club personnel.

DARRAGH CROSS: The club will host Stars In Their Eyes on Saturday, June 10. Tickets will be on public sale on Wednesday, May 24 from 6.30-7.30pm in the clubrooms, priced at £10 each.



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