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GAA Club Call

Club Call: What's happening around the GAA clubs in Ulster this week, starting July 9 2018

The Gaelscoil na bhFál team that defeated St Kieran's on Tuesday at Coláiste Feirste to win the County Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Girls' B football championship title. Four players from Gort na Mona GAC - Róise Elliott, Hannah Masterson, Seana Bradley and Fianna Fryers - were part of the team and are pictured with their winners' medals
Padraig O Meiscill

DOIRE LOCHAIN CAOIMHÍN DE BARRA: As part of the club’s fundraising for infrastructure development there will be bingo on Thursday, June 21; A Question of Sport on Friday, June 22; Tyrone ’03 v Armagh ’02 appreciation match on Saturday, June 23, with live Music from Cuig and the Hootin Annies; and then a Truck Run on Sunday, June 24. To buy tickets, go to www.tickettailor.com/events/itsashorething.

The Tír Eoghain Health & Wellbeing committee is organising a day trip to Croke Park on Saturday, June 30. The outing is available to those aged 55+ and club members are asked to nominate three people within the club to enjoy this fantastic day out. Nominations to any committee member.

Pilates continues in the Washingbay Centre on Tuesday, June 19 at 7.30pm. Contact Bronagh on 07703594967 to book a place.

The annual healing service will be held at The Washingbay on Wednesday, June 20 at 8pm. Everyone welcome.

Foras na Gaeilge scholarships available for Gaeltacht courses in Gaoth Dobhair in July (01/07/18-14/07/18) for ages 10-14 – contact James Quinn on 07891518478 for more information.

Sympathy is extended to the Quinn and Nixon families, Coalisland on their recent bereavements. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.

TÍR NA nÓG, RANDALSTOWN: The 11th year of the U16 Conor Devlin tournament will take place on Saturday, June 23. This year, we have 10 teams competing, including Gaeil Chluanaidh, Rossa, Cushendall, Lámh Dhearg, Ballinascreen, Dungiven, Lavey, Slaughtneil and Cúchullainn’s. The games will begin at 10am and refreshments and a BBQ will be available all day for spectators and players.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The club is holding its annual golf day at Spa Golf Club on Thursday, July 12. The cost is £35 (£25 for Spa GC members) to include green fees, goody bag and meal. To sponsor a hole, the cost is £50 or to be listed on the sponsors’ board is £20. Tee times are now available between 9am and 1.30pm. To book a slot or provide sponsorship, contact Eugene O'Boyle on 0776 496 2676 or e.oboyle@drumillen.com.

The next outing of the walking group will be to Pierce’s Castle in the Mournes on Saturday (leaving St John’s at 9am) and to Doanrd Forest, Newcastle on Tuesday, June 19. Contact Kevin McGlynn on 078 3596 0804 or kevin.mcglynn62@gmail.com if you are interested in coming along.

ST MARY’S, ARDMORE: The first Cúl Camp fundraiser is the Children’s Fun Run, which takes place at the pitch on Saturday at 12.30 pm. Sponsor sheets are available from Annette. The second fundraiser is the Table Quiz, which takes place on Saturday, June 23 at McCourt’s. Donations for table sponsorship and raffle prizes from individuals and local businesses are welcome. All money raised goes towards the Cúl Camp fund.

The registration night for Cúl Camp is Friday, June 22. As the U8s have a blitz at the pitch that night, the registration will take place at McCourt’s from 7-9pm.

GLASSDRUMMAN: Go-Games sessions for pre-school and primary school pupils continue each Sunday at 12noon. All children up to P6 from all schools are very welcome to take part. The annual Cúl Camp is planned for July 9-13. Book online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie. Nursery Cúl Camp (P2s and younger) can be booked directly through coordinator Kevin Burns at the forthcoming registration morning. Date to be confirmed.

Yoga continues on Monday nights at 7.30pm. Zumba on Tuesday, 6.30-7.30pm, £ 5 per person, all welcome. Club Bingo is on Thursday nights at 8.30pm, with usual return minibus from Kilkeel, Ballymartin and Annalong.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: Jiving classes continue on Tuesday nights in the clubrooms, downstairs from 8-9pm, with registered dance teacher Turlough O'Neill, £5 per class. Wear comfortable shoes and bring some water.

DONAGHMORE: St Mary's Primary School, Carland are hosting a 5k Road Race on Sunday, June 24. If you wish to register for the run, you can do so on Athletics NI, www.athleticsni.org, or on the day of the run. For further information, please contact the school on 02887761515.

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