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Down All-Ireland winner Ross Carr will be one of a large number of Ulster representatives from Gaelic Voices for Change who have signed up for a ‘sleep out’ in Belfast tomorrow night to draw attention to Ireland’s homelessness crisis. Picture by Hugh Russell
Neil Loughran

ROUND TOWERS, BALLYMACNAB: The club held their AGM last Thursday, and the following were elected to serve on the executive committee for 2018: President, Brendan Gribben; Vice-president, Brendan McCone; Chairperson, Mickey McGivern; Vice-chairperson, Tony Gribben; Secretary, Nelius Boyle; Assistant secretary and PRO, Shaun Casey; Treasurer, Kevin Gribben; Assistant treasurer, John McKee; Development officer, Mark Keegan; Registrar, Seamus McArdle and Sean McArdle; Senior player rep, Joe Gribben and Chris Loughran; Youth officer, Michael Beagan; Children's officer, Lauren Keegan; Healthy club officer, Eileen Canavan; Irish/Culture, vacant; Committee, Gary McKee, Mickey Short and Richard Gribben.

CRAOBH RUA, CAMLOUGH HURLING CLUB: The club held its AGM last week. Raymond Watters, who was re-elected as chairperson, expressed sincere thanks to his committee for the previous year and urged all to continue to work together to build on the club’s successes both on and off the field.

The officer board for the incoming year is: Chairman, Raymond Watters; Vice-chairman, Labhras Bradley; Treasurer, Peter O’Hanlon; Asst treasurer, Cathal McGinn; Secretary, Henry McCloy; Leas, David O’Brien; Registrar, Paul Cunningham; Coaching officer, Fiachra Bradley; PRO, Pat McGinn; Irish language officer, Labhras Bradley; Healthy club officer, Sonya Quinn; Asst Healthy Club officer, Patricia Nutley; Committee members, Damien Britten, Paul Elshaw; County delegates, Raymond Watters, Henry McCloy.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The senior men’s players and management will meet in the clubrooms at 7.30pm tomorrow. All new players welcome.

The Nooks return to St Johns on Friday, January 5.

Stephen Magorrian, of St John’s, Drumnaquoile, presents a cheque for £400 to Kerry Anderson from Air Ambulance NI. The money was raised at the club’s recent gala ball in the Carrickdale Hotel

ST DAVOG’S, AGHYARAN: The AGM will take place on Saturday night in the clubrooms at 7.30pm, followed by the party night and the members’ Christmas draw where £7,000 is up for grabs.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA, WARRENPOINT: The annual membership registration day for adult and juvenile members will take place in the clubrooms on Sunday, January 7 from 2pm-5pm. This is a key date in the club’s annual calendar, whereby existing underage members and new underage members can register with for all codes for the new season.

Elsewhere, the football committee is running a quiz night to support running costs of the football section at the clubrooms tomorrow night at 8pm.

Members of St. John's, Belfast hand over gifts to St Vincent de Paul representative Philip Kee. Members contributed generously to this urgent appeal as part of the Antrim County Board’s Saffron Aid

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