Club Call: All the latest club news from around Ulster
MAC UÍLÍN, BAILE AN CHAISLEÁIN: The annual golf classic will take place tomorrow at Ballycastle Golf Club.
There are limited spaces available, so contact Rory Gallagher, Stephen McGarry or Kieran Kelly ASAP to book a slot.
THOMAS DAVIS: Cúl Camp runs from July 31-August 4. Cost for one child is €50, second is €45 and third/fourth €40. Places are limited, so please register as soon as possible.
There will be a sponsored walk this Sunday at 11am. Sponsor sheets will be distributed throughout all age groups this week. The club wants to raise as much money as possible to help club development and to support all teams.
GLASDRUMMAN: Yoga continues on Monday nights in the clubrooms. Circuits on Tuesdays, walking club on Wednesdays (football permitting) and, on Thursday nights, the weekly bingo sessions continue.
ST JOHN’S: The club is now renewing the sponsor boards around the pitch. If you would be interested in advertising your business, contact any committee member
The annual 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 sponsor £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 email@example.com.
BALLYMARTIN: Club membership is now due and can be paid online using Klubfunder.com. Follow the link on club Facebook page or BallymartinGAA.com.
OMAGH ST ENDA'S: Big bingo will take place in the clubrooms on Thursday, June 1 at 9pm, with £6,000 payout, including two £1,000 houses.
DROMORE ST DYMPNA’S: The club presents The Zone in the sports complex this Saturday. Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets available at usual outlets or pay at the door. It will be a great night of entertainment for all the family.
GLENAVY: This Sunday, the club hosts its annual Francie Doone Cycle and family day in honour of their late senior team manager.
This year, the route follows a 70-mile trek around the shores of Lough Neagh from Glenavy to Ballyronan, returning to Glenavy via the same route. There is also a half-distance cycle to Antrim and back. A children’s cycle around the pitch will again be held. All cyclists will be treated to a BBQ as a reward for their endeavours. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07712 662800.
CLUB TYRONE: The annual members’ night takes place tonight at 7pm in Garvaghey.
The main focal point will be the announcement by Mickey Harte of the Tyrone team that will meet Derry in the first round of the Ulster SFC. The minor management of Iggy Gallagher and Paul Devlin and Acadamh Thír Eoghain U17 manager Colin Holmes will also be in attendance.
Non-members who may consider joining Club Tyrone are also very welcome.
ARMAGH: The county will host its annual 70 Minutes talk show on Thursday, June 1 in the Canal Court Hotel at 8pm, sponsored by the Quays Shopping Centre, Newry.
Featuring guest panellists Benny Tierney, Steven McDonnell, Danny Hughes and MC Jimmy Smyth, the event will have a lively debate on the Ulster Championship and the highly anticipated Armagh v Down game.
Limited tickets are available to purchase online at £10 at www.armagh-gaa.net, from the Armagh county board office or the Canal Court Hotel.
O'NEILL'S, AN PORT MÓR: This Saturday at 12pm in Blackwatertown, the club is hosting 5MileMór, a brand new five-mile road race and two-mile fun run.
The course is fast and we expect some personal bests. Registration is from 10.30am at the community sports complex in the village and all are welcome. Further details @5milemor on Facebook and Twitter.
ATTICALL: Camogie quiz this Friday night in the club. Admission is £5, which includes entry, raffle and light supper.