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SEAN O'LEARY’S, NEWBRIDGE: All sold tickets for All-Ireland football final draw are to be returned to the hall tomorrow between 7-7.30pm. The draw takes place at the Bingo on Saturday.
ST MARY’S, AHOGHILL: As part of the camogie club's 75th anniversary celebrations, there will be an afternoon tea on September 23 from 3pm in the Acorn Centre. All past members are invited to come along and share in the stories, craic and reminiscing down through the years. Contact 078344 24656 for further details.
ST PATRICK’S, DONAGHMORE: The club has recently undertaken a rebrand of our Club Donaghmore subscription. Club Donaghmore asks patrons to donate £12.50 per month via direct debit allowing the club to meet the everyday costs of maintaining the grounds and providing transport and coaching to the youth teams, both boys and girls. A full relaunch evening is planned in the near future
LIMAVADY WOLFHOUNDS: The annual All-Ireland club breakfast will be held in the Market Yard tomorrow from 7-10am. Tickets on sale from any member of the committee. Adults £10, children £5 and nursery school children are free of charge.
PEARSE’S, ANNAGHMORE: The Annaghmore running festival will take place on Saturday, September 30 with a 5k walk, 5k run, 10k run, half-marathon and an 18 miler (which would be great training for anyone taking part in the Dublin Marathon). Online entry is open at http://athleticsni.org. Anyone who is not taking part and would like to help out on the day either around the club or as a steward/water stop please contact Geraldine on 07796 641543.
ATTICALL: The club is holding a big breakfast on Sunday from 10.30am-12.30pm in aid of the juvenile teams. The club is also showing the All-Ireland final on a big screen at 3.30pm. Sally Clarke is providing music after the match from 5pm-8.30pm.
ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: Well done to the ladies who have done the double, beating Tullylish 4-10 to 1-3 on Saturday in the junior championship
The club is also delighted to announce an association with Ballynahinch rugby for a junior and senior Strictly Come Dancing in February, with training starting before Christmas. Anyone interested in dancing can contact Cormac McMullan on 07871 373381.
ST PATRICK’S, TATTYREAGH: The club is celebrating its centenary on Saturday, November 4 in The Great Northern Hotel, Bundoran. The night with a champagne reception and music being provided by the 2016 Tyrone Rose, Genevieve Scullion.
There then follows a five-course banquet with wine, with afterwards by The Johnny Brady Band followed by renowned local group, The Whistlin’ Donkeys. Mark Sidebottom will be Master of Ceremonies on the night.
Anyone interested in attending should contact any committee member as, even at this early stage, places are limited.
ST PATRICK’S, CARRICKCRUPPEN: The club is holding their annual King of the Mountain race on Saturday at 2pm. The course takes the runners from the football club through Camlough village up the Keggal Road and on to Camlough mountain where they have to navigate the rough terrain to the summit and then complete the return leg to the clubhouse. Registration is from 12pm.
ROUND TOWERS, BALLYMACNAB: The draw for two Cusack Stand tickets for Sunday’s All-Ireland football final plus overnight Accommodation (Saturday night) will take place tonight. Tickets are priced at £5 or three for £10. Tickets are available online at www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Ballymacnab
ST MOCHAI’S, DARRAGH CROSS: Rory’s Stories comedy show takes place at the club on Saturday, September 30. Tickets now on sale, £10 each. Please contact Marie Clare Marks on 07921 847663. Music and dancing afterwards by the Whole Hog. The Darragh Cross 10k and 5k road run will take place on Sunday, September 24. Registration from 10.30am, race starts at 12.30pm. All welcome.
ST ERGNAT’S, MONEYGLASS: The grand draw kick off will take place tonight at 8.15pm in the clubrooms. All leaders, sellers, drivers, auditors, volunteers etc are requested to attend so that tickets and areas can be allocated.