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Crossmaglen Rangers will hold their annual golf classic on Friday, July 7 at Concra Wood Golf Course, Castleblayney. Pictured at the recent launch are Peter Byrne, Gene Duffy, Joe Kernan and Eugene and Johnny Hanratty of sponsors Killycard Developments and Hanratty Oils
Padraig O Meiscill

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LIMAVADY WOLFHOUNDS: This year’s summer camp will take place from Monday, August 14 to Friday, August 18 at the club grounds from 10am to 1pm. It will cost £20 per child and £15 for any other child from the same family. Registration is on Monday, July 3 at the club grounds from 6.30pm to 7.15pm. For more information, contact club youth officer Declan Toner. The club’s annual car wash will take place in the grounds of Christ the King car park on Saturday from 10am to 4pm. Cost is £5 per car.

ST MARY’S, GLASDRUMMAN: The annual Golf Classic is on Friday, July 7. Contact Dee Grant to book a time slot.

The history of the club is currently being compiled for its 50th anniversary in 2019. Please contact tonybannon@hotmail.com if interested in assisting.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The annual Golf Classic will be held at Spa Golf Club on Wednesday, July 12. The cost is £30 per person, £20 for Spa Golf Club members, which includes green fee, goody bag and a meal. Those interested can also sponsor a hole for £50 or £20, to be listed on the sponsors’ board.

To book a tee time or to sponsor, contact Eugene O’Boyle on 07764 962676 or e.oboyle@drumillen.com.

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.

ST JOSEPH’S, BALLYMARTIN: The club will be hosting a Kellogg’s Cul Camp from August 21-25. Bookings should be completed online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.

ST EUNAN’S, LETTERKENNY: The club’s Cul Camps are now available to book online at www.kelloggsculcamps.ie. Hurling and camogie will take place from July 3-7 with football from July 31-August 4. Online bookers will get their kit on the first day.

ST ENDA’S: Seán Fox Day will be celebrated this Saturday, with a family fun day from 4-6pm, £3 per person. As part of the celebrations the club will be fielding several rounders teams at underage and senior levels, as well as poc fada, ‘Beat the Goalie’, a health fair, food stalls and more.

ST MARY’S, ARDMORE: The Run for Fun session at McCourt’s field continues every Sunday morning at 9am. For more information contact Cyril
Hargan.

The Cul Camp will take place from August 21-25 for boys and girls aged 6-13. Every participant will receive a jersey, a half-zip and a kit bag at the end of the camp. To book a place, contact club treasurer Emmett O’Kane.

DOWN SUPPORTERS CLUB: The club is running buses to the Ulster SFC final between Down and Tyrone on Sunday, July 16 in Clones. The bus will leave Castlewellan at 9am and Newry Court House at 9.45am. To book seats, contact Seamus McClean on 07873 761804 or Mairead Sheppard on 07835 974904. Fares are: adults £15; U16 £10. Early booking is advisable.

CLUB DERRY: The annual Golf Classic, sponsored by ASM Chartered Accountants, will take place on the Moyola course on Friday, July 7, with the usual prizes to be won. To book, contact Brian Óg on 07802 844737

ULSTER SFC FINAL TICKET INFORMATION

ST PATRICK’S, EGLISH: Members seeking tickets should send their request via text to club secretary Paul Donaghy on 07818 015020 before Wednesday, July 5.

TIR NA NOG, MOY: Members seeking tickets should place their orders with either Mary Daly (07752 858788) or Raymond McKeown (07703 594607) by Monday, July 3 at 9pm. Adult, senior citizen, student and children’s tickets are available.

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