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Tracy Monaghan from St Enda’s, Omagh and Greencastle’s Fearghal Mac Ruairí with their Healthy Club awards, alongside former Tyrone footballer Seán Cavanagh, Healthy Clubs ambassador. Picture by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile
Neil Loughran

AN RIOCHT: Aoife Ni Chasaide, All-Ireland winning captain of Slaughtneil camogs, will be the special guest at the camogs’ dinner and awards night on Saturday, November 18 in the Canal Court Hotel, Newry.

It has been a great year for the An Riocht camogs, winning the Down second and third divisions and the Minor League. The U16s reached the championship final and the coaching academy - which caters for the younger age groups - was recognised at the Sport NI coaching awards.

Also in attendance will be Peter McGrath, the current Louth manager who guided An Riocht senior footballers to the Division One title 10 years ago, and respected coach John Morrison. Remaining tickets are available through Klubfunder.

ERIN’S OWN, CARGIN: The 2020 new build launch night takes place on Sunday at 6pm in the club hall. Everyone welcome. This is a must for all club members, everyone in the community and wider afield.

ST MARY’S, KILLYMAN: The annual youth presentation will take place on November 18 in the clubrooms from 5pm. All youth members and their parents are invited to attend. The club will also hold its annual mass for deceased members on Sunday, November 19.

ATTICALL: There will be dancing in the club to Colin Harney on Saturday. Doors open 8pm, admission £5.

ROUND TOWERS, BALLYMACNAB: The Mass for deceased members of the football and camogie clubs will be celebrated at Ballymacnab Church on Saturday at 6.30pm.

EMMETT’S, BROCAGH: The committee is seeking a coach/manager for the senior and reserve team next season. Could any interested parties send an e-mail to secretary.brockaghemmetts.tyrone@gaa.ie before Tuesday, November 14.

ST PAUL’S, LURGAN: The club’s AGM will take place on Sunday, December 10 at 3pm in the social club.

PEARSE OG, ARMAGH: Mass for deceased members will take place in the Church of Saint Malachy on Monday, November 13 at 7.30pm.

O’NEILL’S, AN PORT MOR: Comedy act St Mungo’s will be performing in the community sports complex on Saturday night. Doors will open at 7pm, with the show starting at 8pm sharp followed by DJ. It will be a great night’s entertainment for all. Tickets cost £15 each and are available via Hegartys Shop on Main Street, committee members and Tony Donnelly 07516 873626, Michael Toner 07742 153883, Carmel Gribben 07738 854640 and Niall McKenna 07484 886514.

BREDAGH: ‘Bredagh Does Strictly II’ is expected to be another massive night for the club in Belfast's Whitla Hall on Saturday, December 2. Preparations are at an advanced stage, with 30 volunteers including players, officials and supporters rehearsing a range of dances. Tickets available from Bredagh on 075521 64004.

ST JOSEPH’S, GLENAVY: The club held its annual dinner in the Ballymac Hotel. Awards were presented by county PRO Sean Kelly, and the winners were as follows: Senior ladies’ player, Orla Fay; Senior male player, Patrick Gallagher; Junior male player, Ben McCambridge; Clubperson of the Year, Gavin Phillips. The highlight of the evening was the senior panel receiving their Division Two medals from Sean Kelly. The awards finished with Joseph O'Boyle's induction into the club's Hall of Fame.

DOWN SUPPORTERS’ CLUB: The AGM and presentation of awards takes place in the Canal Court Hotel, Newry on Thursday, November 23 at 8pm.

NEWRY SHAMROCKS: The club will hold its AGM on Sunday, December 10 at 2pm in the clubrooms.

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