Club Call - every Thursday
DUNLOY: The county Antrim Scór na nÓg quiz will take place on Sunday at 2pm in the clubrooms. The winners will go to the All-Ireland quiz on February 16 in Castlebar. Parents, mentors and others are welcome and seating will be available for anyone wishing to watch.
SEÁN O'LEARY'S, NEWBRIDGE: The AGM takes place on Sunday at 11.30am in the pavilion. All members are asked to attend.
ST MATTHEW'S, DRUMSURN: The club held its senior and underage presentation night last Sunday. The following players were honoured on the night: Football: U13 Most Improved Player: Joe Connor; U13 Player of the Year: Shea Ferris; U14 Most Improved Player: Martin Hamill; U14 Player of the Year: Odhrán McAteer; U16 Most Improved Player: Ciarán Delvin; U16 Player of the Year Fearghal McIntyre; Minor Most Improved Player Shea Murray; Minor Player of the Year: Tiarnán Mc Hugh; Reserve Player of the Year: Johnny Mc Laughlin; Senior Player of the Year: Daniel McNicholl; Senior Players' Player of the Year: Daryl Mullan; Club Person of the Year Dermot Rafferty; Camogie: U12 Most Improved Player: Aimee McGurk; U12 Player of the Year: Cora Robinson & Ceallach Mailey; U14 Most Improved Player: Bronagh McCloskey; U14 Player of the Year: Ceallach Mailey; U16 Most Improved Player: Sophie Duffy; U16 Player of the Year: Chloe Murray; Senior Most Improved Player: Molly Cassidy; Senior Players' Player of the Year: Orla Doran; Senior Player of the Year Shauneen Mullan; Club Person of the Year: Karen Doran.
Club Membership is now due: Married Couple, £30; Single Person, £20; Family (includes U18s), £40; Adults, including gym, £50; U16-U18, including gym, £20; Underage, £10.
TÍR NA nÓG: The senior camogs are seeking a manager for the 2019 season. The camogs will be playing in the Antrim Intermediate League and Championship. Please contact the club secretary to express your interest in the position: email@example.com.
ST JOHN'S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The next outing for the walking group will be on Saturday, January 19 along Divis Mountain in Belfast, leaving the club at 9am. See www.nationaltrust.org.uk/divis-and-the-black-mountain for more details. Contact Kevin McGlynn on 07835960804 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in coming along.
ST JOHN'S, BELFAST: The Chatterbox reopens for tea/coffee/scones from 9.30am-1pm on Saturday.
All Fit4Life activities resume Mondays & Wednesdays at 6.30pm; Pilates, Tuesday, 7.30pm; Yoga, Thursday, 6.15pm & 7.30pm; Rambling Retirees, Tuesday, 10am.
Tickets for Club 90 Dinner are on sale on Saturday mornings. Tickets are £40, available from Maria on 07974582343.
LÁMH DHEARG: The club, in association with RTÉ's Operation Transformation and the GAA, are opening their Highway to Health path and floodlights on Thursday nights between 6.30 pm and 8pm during January and February to encourage people to be active and walk or jog and get the new year off to an active and healthy start.
NEWRY SHAMROCKS: Any club member wishing to purchase a ticket for the Down Clubs Draw for 2019 can call into the club any Sunday night, where they will be on sale. Any queries on the draw, please contact either David Carr or John McAteer.
ST BRONAGH'S: There will be a meeting taking place tomorrow at 7pm in the club for anyone interested in playing minors this year.
CARRICKCRUPPEN ST PATRICK'S: Irish classes resume Monday, January 14 at 8pm for the intermediate/conversational group. A beginners' class will also take place at the same time. Everyone welcome.