Club Call: What's happening around the GAA clubs in Ulster this week, starting July 9 2018
ERIN’S OWN, CARGIN: Cargin 2020 are holding a Golf Classic at Moyola Park on Friday. First prize is an overnight stay in the Rosapenna Hotel with breakfast and evening meal, as well as two rounds of golf. Contact the club at ErinsOwnGAC@aol.com or Roisín on07553367025 or Charlie on 07802337773 for details and to select your tee off time. Anyone wishing to sponsor a tee, please contact Gareth at the club.
DONAGHMORE: U6-U10 boys & girls training, every Monday night from 6.30pm-7.30pm. This year, we have mixed boys/girls from Nursery to P2's and, in addition to the 4G pitch, we now have a section of the main pitch, which will help to split these age groups to assist with player development. Parents are requested to remain with the children throughout the session.
GLASDRUMMAN: The Ulster SFC match between Down and Antrmn in Páirc Esler on Saturday, May 26 is an all-ticket affair. Anyone requiring tickets for the game, please contact any committee member.
We wish a speedy recovery to our senior player Ronan Grant from his injury and to club stalwart Marie McGreevy after her recent spell in hospital.
Go-Games sessions for pre-school and primary school pupils continue each Sunday at 12noon. Everyone welcome. Our Cúl Camp is planned for the second week in July (9-13). More info to follow.
ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: There will be a juvenile sponsored walk at Castlewellan forest park on Sunday, June 3. More detail to follow.
The club Golf Classic will take place on Thursday, July 12. More detail to follow.
Anyone who wants a ticket for the Ulster SFC Down v Antrim game, please let Seán Quinn know before Friday.
CLUB TYRONE: The annual members’ night will take place tonight at 7pm in the Tyrone GAA Centre at Garvaghey. Discussions will include some special Tyrone guests, including Seán Cavanagh and Brian McGuigan. Mickey Harte will join us to announce the Tyrone team to play Monaghan in the Ulster Championship and there’ll be a free draw for everyone attending for two stand tickets for that game.
ST JOHN’S, BELFAST: The club are hosting a car boot sale on Saturday, May 26 from 9.30am-12.30pm in the carpark of Corrigan Park. Book a car space for £10, fill your car with anything you want to sell and all the profit is yours. For further information, go to the club website, www.naomheoinclg.com.