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Damian Grant from Granden Design, the sponsors of the match ball, and Glasdrumman senior players Ronan Grant and Seán Cunningham before last Friday's game against St John Bosco, Newry
Padraig O Meiscill

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O’DONNELL’S: As part of Féile an Phobail 30, the club will be showing the acclaimed documentary-film No Stone Unturned, based on the murder of six men in Loughinisland in June 1994.

GLASDRUMMAN: Yoga, Monday nights, 7.30pm in the clubrooms, all welcome.

Don't miss out on a great night's craic at our weekly bingo session on Thursdays at 8.30pm. Return minibus available for Kilkeel, Ballymartin and Annalong. Tea and coffee available. Weekly snowball and quickie games every Thursday.

BALLYMARTIN: Kellogg’s Cúl Camp takes place from August 20-24. To register for the Down Nursery Camp (children who have just completed P1 & P2), an application form must be completed, this cannot be booked online. Application forms are available from Claire Higgins and Niall Doyle (07814719505 or youthofficer@ballymartingac.com). For all other children, it is recommended that they are booked online. We recommend you book early to avoid disappointment at www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The walking group’s next outing is on Wednesday, August 15 along the Drumee lanes between Castlewellan and Newcastle, leaving St John’s at 7pm, and on Saturday, August 18 to Hen Mountain in the Mournes, leaving St John’s at 9am. Contact Kevin McGlynn on 07835960804 or kevin.mcglynn62@gmail.com if you are interested in coming along.

ST EUNAN’S: The senior executive committee, along with the House Draw coordinator, cordially invite all club members who supported the 2017 House Draw, including anyone who purchased or sold a ticket, to the clubhouse bar on Saturday for a night of fun and good craic. A free bar and complimentary refreshments will be provided. Those who volunteered over the Rally weekend are also very welcome to attend. Throw-in at 9pm.

NAOMH COLUM CILLE: The annual Turas Thír Eoghain (Tour of Tyrone) cycle will take place on Sunday. It will be the fifth year running of the hugely popular event. The 120km route will go through the foothills of Tyrone and caters for cyclists of all abilities. Registration of £20 includes food stops and a great day out. Registration will be on the morning of the event at the clubrooms from 8am-9am. Event start time is 9am. For further information, contact Paul McKeown on 07747301263 or Paul O'Neill on 07867972586.

KEADY MICHAEL DWYER’S: The Summer Camp will run from Tuesday, August 7 until Thursday August 9 from 9.30am-2pm. Registration dates are tonight, 7-8pm; tomorrow, 7-8pm; Sunday, 12.30-1.30pm; all in McGleenan Park Pavilion. Boys & Girls, 5-12 years: Cost: 1st Child £20/2nd Child £15/3rd Child £10.

GARVAGHEY: On Saturday night, 100 years to the day from Gaelic Sunday, Tyrone GAA will host one of its ‘Tyrone Talks at Garvaghey’ series, focusing on those momentous events. Joe Martin and Dr Dónal McAnallen will be the guest speakers. The event will start at 8pm in the County Centre at Garvaghey. It is, as always, free of charge and tea/coffee will be served.

ATTICALL: There will be a Golf Classic on Sunday in Kilkeel Golf Club.

The U10 tournament is rescheduled for August 18.

DERRYLAUGHAN KEVIN BARRY’S: Any paid-up club members wishing to buy/collect tickets for Tyrone games, please contact Petsie Kennedy on 07801933381 or Ciarán O'Hagan on 07596212466 ASAP.

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

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