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Club Call - the social calender of the GAA: November 2018

St Paul’s, Holywood, the only GAA Club in north Down, celebrate their 40th Anniversary with their Hooley on the Harbour event in the Titanic building, Belfast on Saturday, November 24. The show will include a dazzling performance of Celtic music, song and dance. A group of 30 local dancers, pictured, have been through a 12-week training schedule under the tutelage of the show’s creative director Michael O’Gorman, a Montreal native who runs a school of Irish dancing in Bangor. The award-winning Ards CCE group will provide the music. Tickets for the event, including a drinks reception and three-course meal, are available from the Mace, Brunswick Road, Bangor or contact Thomas on 07599308949 or Zara on 07793122241
Andy Watters

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The club AGM will be held on Monday, November 26 at 7.30pm.

The club will host Stars in their Eyes on Saturday, November 17. Prepare to be entertained by John Clarke; Ciarán McCann; Harry McMullan, Conor Branniff, Sam Walsh & Marty Keenan; Seán Kelly; Bria Cunningham, Gráinne McCann & Dearbhla Arkins; Rory McMullan, Damian McMullan, Caolan Burns, Caolan Murray & Tiernan McCullough; Alannah Megoran, Ellen Megoran, Elaine Madine, Orla Morgan & Keavy Burns. Doors open at 7pm with an 8pm start. Tickets are £10 for non-members and £5 for members. To purchase tickets, see

The Masters indoor football runs every Tuesday evening from 8.30pm in the sports hall. This is aimed at those aged over 35 or those not actively playing senior football and is open to anyone in the local area to come along, not just club members. Initial cost is £5 per night to cover the cost of new equipment purchased. For further details, contact Eugene O’Boyle on 07764962676.

GLASDRUMMAN: The club youth group are through to the next stage of their Aviva funding application and now need your help. Please vote and ask your family and friends to vote for them too. It’s easy to do and only takes a few minutes, just go to:

ST JOHN’S, BELFAST: Golden Eagles gathering tomorrow at 12noon in Corrigan Park.

Club 90 ladies’ night, Friday, November 30 in the function room, with a variety of stalls, music and drinks. Tickets are £5, with a free draw for £200 worth of goodies.

The grand spring ball will be on March 30 2019. To pay off your ticket, see Anne any Saturday from 10.30am-1pm. Gift vouchers are available as Christmas presents to pay off tickets.

GLENELLY ST JOSEPH’S: The club are inviting expressions of interest for the position of senior men's team manager. Any interested applicants can contact club secretary Dylan Flanagan via on or before Monday, November 19.

BALLYMACNAB: The mass for deceased members will be offered up at Saturday’s vigil at 6.30pm in St Patrick's Church. All members are encouraged to attend and wear club colours.

ST ERGNAT’S, MONEYGLASS: Coaches’ catch-up for all codes and ages, all current and any potential new coaches are most welcome: Tuesday, November 13, 7.15pm in the clubrooms.

The 70th anniversary gala ball, featuring AP McCoy, Briege Corkery, Brian McEniff, Sean Cavanagh and many more is on Friday, November 16. Contact Paula on 07584328686 or Una on 07813384148 for tickets.

ST PATRICK’S, MAYOBRIDGE: The club AGM will take place on Monday, November 26 at 7.30pm. Nomination forms can be obtained from the club secretary, any committee member or the social club.

Tickets are still available for the recently launched Mayobridge Development draw. First prize is a house valued at £150,000, second is a Honda CRV, third is £10,000, fourth a cruise valued at £3,000, two prizes of £2,500, two of £2,000, one of £1,500 and one of £1000. Tickets are £100 and can be obtained from any committee member. More information is available on and

The recently published book, The Ringing of the Bell, about the history and culture of Mayobridge would make an ideal Christmas gift for a family member or friend. For further information, contact the parish office on 028 30850270.

Irish language classes run every Wednesday from 8-9pm in the wee bar in the social club. New people are welcome.

ST EUNAN’S, LETTERKENNY: The Hurling & Camogie academy will get up and running again tomorrow, with full details on social media.

The Century Cinemas Sunday academy is currently on a break, but the Schools’ League gets up and running on Sunday at 10am on the astroturf pitch.

The club has launched a Super House draw for 2019, with tickets priced at €100 available from members and in various outlets around town and online via the special Facebook page ( and website (

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