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A huge thank you to everyone who turned out for the third annual John Cahill Cup over Christmas, and to Ruairí O'Neill for organising. 'Tyrone' won the seven-a-side blitz and money was raised for Cancer Focus NI in the process

ST BRIGID'S, BELFAST: The club invites anyone interested in playing Antrim senior Division Two or reserve football in 2018 - whether previously members or not - to send an email to

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA, WARRENPOINT: The club is proud to present Warrenpoint Operation Transformation, starting this month. This will be a six-week, team-based activity program, which will follow RTÉ's Operation Transformation format, with the aim to move more and eat better.

Whether you would like to lose some weight, become a little fitter, walk four miles in under an hour, run your first 5k or get out of the house to attend weekly fitness classes and brisk walks, then Warrenpoint Operation Transformation will have something for you.

The induction is in the clubrooms tonight (Thursday) from 7.30pm-9pm. Everyone registered or participating is asked to attend.

ATTICALL: Gary Fitzpatrick, the up-and-coming country star from Burnfoot, Donegal, will

be appearing in the social club on Saturday, January 20.

ST JOHN'S: The next outing for the walking group will on Saturday, January 20, when we are going to Dublin. The bus will leave St John's at 8am. We will walk through Phoenix Park, alongside the Liffey to St James' Gate and to the Guinness storehouse for further exploration and investigation. We will be leaving Dublin by 5pm.

The senior presentation night will take place on Saturday, January 27. More details to follow.

BALLYMACNAB: Every Sunday, the walkers start from Ballymacnab Hall at 10am, while the runners start from Seaghan Dam Car Park at 10.15am.

ST MICHAEL'S, LISSAN: The Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday, January 15 at 7.30pm in the clubrooms.

DOIRE LOCHAIN CAOIMHÍN DE BARRA: The Washingbay Green Run has been confirmed for March 24. Registrations are now being taken at

Cairde Caoimhín de Barra is open for membership. Anyone interested in joining is asked to contact any committee member.

Pilates continues in the Washingbay Centre on Tuesdays at 7.30pm. Contact Bronagh on 07703594967 to book a place.

Sympathy is extended to the Colhoun Family, Pomeroy and the McAliskey family, Moor Road on the sudden death of Christopher. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

NAOMH ÉANNA: The dates for registration are Sunday, January 28 from 2pm-5pm and Sunday, February 4 from 2pm-5pm in the clubhouse. The club registrar is Sinéad Steele.

ROCK ST PATRICK'S: The club committee for 2018 is as follows: honourary presidents: Fr John Flanagan, Francie McNally, Peter McLernon, Sally Hoy, John Gourley, Felix McGuire, Frank O'Neill, Jim McCreesh, Seán Ruddy, Eugene Mullan; chairman: Anthony Mullan; vice-chairman: Brian Lagan; secretary: Barry Ruddy; asst. secretary: Paula McGurk; treasurer: Stephen Carroll; asst. treasurer: Mickey McAleer; PRO: Séamus Carroll; youth/coaching officer: TBC; county comm. rep: TBC; health & wellbeing officer: Oonagh Mackle; development officer: Séamus Donaghy; cultural officer: Éamon McGarrity; children's officer: Adrian Nugent; Committee: Niall Mullan, Barry Tally, Cathal Cush, Seán Mallon, John McGurk, Reamonn Gourley, Oliver McVeigh, Colm Mackle, Aislinn Carroll.

ST JOSEPH'S, GLENAVY: The club are holding a Big Breakfast in aid of the Kevin Bell Repatriation Fund and the Bradley family, in memory of Matthew, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident in Liverpool. The breakfast will be held this Sunday from 10am-1pm in St Clare's Community Hall. Please support this very worthwhile cause.

ST JOHN'S, BELFAST: The juvenile presentation dinner (U12-U16) will take place in the Balmoral Hotel on Saturday, January 27 at 6.30pm. Tickets are on sale this Saturday from 12pm-2pm in the committee room.

Fit4Life activities in the function room: Monday &Wednesday, 6.30pm, circuit fitness; Tuesday, 7.30pm, pilates; Thursday, 7.30pm, yoga.

There will be a presentation event for U6-U10 boys and girls on Saturday, March 13 from 12pm-2pm.

ST GALL'S, BELFAST: The Annual General Meeting is rescheduled to Sunday, January 21 at 12noon in the clubrooms. This is due to road closure and lack of access this Sunday.

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