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GLEN ROVERS, ARMOY: The club hosts the semi final of the McAuley Cup on Monday, June 26 at 8pm in Pairc an Cromach. Loughgiel take on Ulster senior hurling champions Slaughtneil in a repeat of last year’s Ulster final.
ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: A Mass and celebration night has been planned for Fr Peter Donnelly’s golden jubilee on June 29 at 7pm in the club. There will be a buffet and entertainment afterwards. Please contact either Mary Fitzpatrick 07490 626210 or Mairead Arkins 07793 935685 to confirm attendance for catering requirements. All welcome to attend.
ST MOCHUA’S, DERRYNOOSE: Best wishes to the U14 ladies and U14 boys teams who are participating in the John West Féile Peil na nÓg in Cavan, Monaghan and Fermanagh this weekend for the first time in the club’s history.
AN RIOCHT: The club’s underage camogie tournaments take place on Sunday, August 20 - the Patsy Conkey U12 nine-a-side and the Sharon Morgan U16 seven-a-side. There are eight pitches in use and both competitions will take place simultaneously.
TULLYLISH: The club, in association with the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust, hosts a 5K/10K run on Sunday - registration at 11am, race commences 1pm. Start and finish line at the clubhouse.
ST MARY’S, GLASDRUMMAN: The annual golf classic is on Friday, July 7. If you haven't booked your tee off time please contact Dee Grant on 07869 110554 or any committee member.
ST ERGNAT’S, MONEYGLASS: There will be an important meeting regarding the proposed Loughbeg Road development at 8.15pm tonight in the clubroom. It is imperative that anyone who has any association with the club attends.
ROUND TOWERS, BALLYMACNAB: The club is hosting a 5k run/walk on Saturday. Warm up and registration at 9.30am, race at 11am. Entry is £10, and there is an alternative route for anyone who wishes to take a pram or buggy. There will be a walkthrough of the course tonight at 6.30pm.
All those who take part in the run/walk on Saturday will receive a complimentary ticket to the barn dance and BBQ in the community hall on the same day, where music will be provided by Limelite.
ST MARY’S, BURREN: Best of luck to the U14 Feile team and management who travel to Sligo this weekend.
TIR NA NOG, RANDALSTOWN: The annual Conor Devlin U16 hurling tournament takes place on Saturday. Teams from Antrim, Tyrone, Derry and Armagh will be competing and matches begin at10am. BBQ and refreshments will be available throughout the day. A full day of great hurling, come and support.
OGRA COLMCILLE: There will be a 5k run/walk on Sunday at 10am. Registration from 9am at Sit and Sip car park, entry is £5 per person or £10 per family. Refreshments afterwards at Ogra football pitch.