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Members of the Armagh ladies’ senior football team pictured during the launch of the ‘Friends of Armagh ladies’ fund 2018’ at the Carrickdale Hotel. The fund has been set up by the Armagh Ladies’ County Board with the aim of raising at least £25,000 for the development of ladies’ games from U10 to senior level. There are over 2,000 girls registered to play club football in Armagh and, apart from the county's main sponsors, the board will be approaching businesses and supporters in an effort to raise the funding needed to sustain and support the game
Neil Loughran

ROBERT EMMET’S, SLAUGHTNEIL: The club has organised a health check for any male or female over the age of 18 on December 16. To avail of this free service, contact Colin Mc Eldowney on 07989 251883 to book a slot. See club website and social media for further details.

SAVAL: The annual club Mass for deceased members takes place tomorrow at 8pm.

Meanwhile, on Saturday, there will be an ABBA charity bight with the fantastic ‘Bjorn Identity’. All proceeds go to PIPS Newry and Mourne. Doors open 8pm.

ST ENDA'S, OMAGH: Mass for deceased members takes place on Monday, November 20 in the clubrooms at 8pm. Everyone welcome.

ST ERGNAT’S, MONEYGLASS: The annual dinner dance is on Saturday, November 25. Contact 07973 534717 for tickets.

Grand draw tickets can now be purchased online at http://tinyurl.com/jh9wac4 - more Sellers are required now. Please contact 07713 887928 to get involved.

The AGM is on December 7. Nominations and motions to secretary.stergnatsmoneyglass.antrim@gaa.ie

ATTICALL: The annual mass for deceased members takes place in the clubrooms at 7.30pm tomorrow.

The following night, the annual adult football/camogie awards and buffet will be held in the clubrooms. Tickets £10, available from Gwen Trainor 07716 488111 or Sean Cunningham 07729451234. Natalie Stevenson is providing the music

ST GALL’S, BELFAST: The annual Mass for deceased members and family will be held in the clubrooms on Wednesday, November 22 at 7.30pm.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The gala ball proved to be a huge success. Thanks to everyone who attended to celebrate 40 years since the formation of the club.

Meanwhile, the AGM will take place on Wednesday, November 20.

PEARSE’S, ANNAGHMORE: The club dinner dance will be held on Friday, November 25 at 7pm in Quinn’s Corner. Music by The Funk Bros and tickets cost £20, which includes return bus from the football club. Tickets available from all committee members. Final numbers required before Tuesday, November 21.

Willie McCarney and St John’s, Belfast chairman Gerry McCann with a cheque for £1,330.54, which will be given to Parkinson’s UK. Seventy-nine-year-old Willie, who has Parkinson’s, took part in ‘Run October’ to raise funds for this charity. He aimed to do one marathon but ended up doing three by running one mile every day and three miles on Saturdays and Sundays. St John’s heard of his endeavours and weighed in with £480 raised through the sale of club flags for the Antrim championship final in October

ST BRONAGH’S, ROSTREVOR: Ahead of the Ulster Club IFC final on November 26, there will be a big breakfast in the social club from 10am on Sunday.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA, WARRENPOINT: Club vice-chairman Larry Byrne and assistant secretary Daniel Bird attended the launch of the sports governance guide in Stormont last week. The club was used as the best practice case study - a fantastic tribute to all the hard work on this section.

ST PATRICK’S, EGLISH: The club is running a fight night called 'Brawl in the Hall' on Friday, December 1. As a prelude to the main event the club is hosting a weigh-in/launch tomorrow at 9pm in the sports hall. This will be an opportunity to meet the boxers, with bouts being announced. Everyone welcome.

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

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