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Mark O'Neill & Sons Building Contractors are to sponsor the Portaferry U14 hurlers. Mark is pictured presenting jerseys to his sons, Ryan and Calum, and U14 coach Darragh Mallon. These jerseys will be worn with pride at the national Feile in Kilkenny

ST PATRICK’S, EGLISH: Any club members seeking tickets for the Ulster SFC semi-final between Donegal and Tyrone on Sunday, June 18 should send their request via text to club secretary Paul Donaghy on 07818 015020 before this Sunday.

ST COLMCILLE’S, GRANGE: The club is excited to announce that social media sensation ‘Rory’s Stories’ is coming to the Grange for a night of entertainment and craic. Get your tickets from any member of our senior teams or from the club. Please note this is an over 18 event.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The club celebrates its 40th anniversary this year and will be holding a number of events to mark this occasion, including a gala ball in the Carrickdale Hotel on Saturday, November 4. We are also compiling a book to celebrate this anniversary and would like anyone with club photographs, visual materials or memorabilia to bring these along to the club tomorrow at 9pm. Everything will be catalogued and returned. Should you require any further information, please contact Rory McMullan, Mary Boyle or Stephen Magorrian.

ST MARY’S, GLASDRUMMAN: The Kellogg's Cúl Camp will run from 10am-2.30pm from July 10-July 14 for young people between the ages of six and 13. First child £40, second child £35, third child £30. Registration will take place this Sunday at the clubrooms from 11am-12pm, or contact club co-ordinator Kevin Burns or youth officer Catherine Kelly.

ST PATRICK’S, DONAGHMORE: Well done to ladies’ coaches Peter Conlon jr and Simon McCaffery, who successfully completed the Mizen to Malin Head cycle over the bank holiday weekend, raising much needed funds for Pieta House.

TULLYLISH: The club, in association with the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust, will host a 5k/10k run on Sunday, June 28. Newcastle and Ireland athlete Seamus Lynch will be taking part. Registration at 11am, race commences 1pm. Start and finish line at the clubhouse. Minimum donation of £5 for 5K, £10 for 10K. There will be prize money for the first, second and third-placed male and female.

ST MOCHAI’S, DARRAGH CROSS: The club will host ‘Stars in their Eyes’ on Saturday. Tickets still available. The camogie for teens programme starts on Sunday, June 25. For more details contact Donna on 07811058633

ST PATRICK’S, PORTAFERRY: The U14 hurlers will be representing Down in the national Feile competition in Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford from June 16-18, and the club has undertaken a major fundraising drive to gather the funds to facilitate this trip.

Our team will be hosted by 'Young Irelands' of Kilkenny, home of the legendary DJ Carey. Please contact Niall Magee on 07843911072 or niallm15@hotmail.co.uk

TIR NA NOG, RANDALSTOWN: The annual Conor Devlin U16 hurling tournament will take place on Saturday, June 24 in Randalstown. Teams from Antrim, Tyrone, Derry and Armagh will be competing and matches begin at10am. BBQ and refreshments will be available throughout the day and all support would be greatly appreciated.

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