ClubCall: Around the clubs in Ulster
Cumann Pheadair Naofa, Warrenpoint: The weekend of September 21/22 will see Warrenpoint club come together to raise much needed funds to cover the continuing costs of our club. With success comes increased cost, but the loyal and proactive managers, mentors and members of Warrenpoint GAA have come up with a new and innovative way to keep fit and raise money in ‘Warrenpoint GAA 24 Hour Move-a-thon!' The aim is that the club participate in movement and exercising for 24 hours non-stop. There will be a full timetable of events which will see something for everyone to participate in, including a Dance-a-Thon and live Ceili on Friday night and a games morning in St Mark's for all our U6-U14 teams on Saturday, September 22. The 24 hours will end with a final fun family hour from 5pm and a BBQ back in the clubrooms. The main source of fundraising will be through the use of sponsor cards, each member will be given one with the aim of raising £50 each. Anyone who raises over £65 will get a pair of crested sports gloves in their size and anyone who raises over £100 will be entered into a draw to win a pair of football boots. So if you see any of our young members out collecting please give generously. Keep an eye out on social media for some surprise events.
Glasdrumman GAC: Yoga will recommence in the Clubrooms on Monday 3rd September at 7.30pm. Club Bingo on Thursday night at 8.30pm. Please check Club Facebook page for any updates on club activities.
Limavady Wolfhounds: The club's Annual Big Breakfast will take place in Granny Annie's on Friday 14th September starting at 7am. Tickets priced at £10 are on sale from any committee member. Cost for Primary School children will be £5 and Pre-School kids are free of charge.
St John's GAC, Drumnaquoile: Save the date. The club will be running ‘Star in their Eyes' on Saturday, November 17. Anyone interested please contact Cormac McMullan on 07871373381.
Atticall GAC: The club's big breakfast in the Clubrooms on Sunday, September 2, from 10am to 12.30pm. All proceeds in aid of football and Camogie juvenile teams. All-Ireland football final to be shown on the big screen. Doors open from 1pm. Music from Molly Maguires from 5.30pm.
Sport NI: Three-time All-Ireland winner Conor Gormley was recently on-hand to present Omagh sports clubs with free defibrillators, months after one was used to save his father's life during a match in Co. Tyrone.
All-Star Conor was accompanied by his father Sean, who was successfully resuscitated after collapsing in May while his son was playing for Carrickmore in a league match at Ardboe.
The defibrillators were provided by Sport Northern Ireland and the Department for Communities as part of their Defibrillators for Sportinitiative, which has so far seen over 1,200 free devices distributed to local sports clubsand community groups.The scheme has also provided CPR training to over 1000 people and has involved a mapping exercise with the NI Ambulance Service to record the location of all the allocated devices.
Also in attendance at the event, was Tyrone player Richard Donnelly, who took time out from his busy training schedule ahead of the All Ireland Final against Dublin on Sunday.
Tyrone GAA All-Ireland Final Banquet: Our All-Ireland Final post-match banquet will take place in the CityWest Hotel in Dublin on Sunday, September 2. Tables are still available to purchase at a price of £100 per person, and places will be sold on a first-come basis. If any individuals, or any club, wishes to purchase a table, or places at a table, please confirm this with Anne Marie on email@example.com as early as possible. Information on accommodation in the hotel can be found on the CityWest Hotel's website.
St Eunan's, Letterkenny: The club's Family Fun & Health Day will take place on Saturday, September 8 from 1pm until 5pm. A host of activities will be available for those of all ages, and the highlight will be the battle to find Eunan's Fittest Family.