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The Maghery 5k/10k run/walk will take place on Sunday, January 28 at 11am. Registration will begin at 10am, £10 entry for the 5k/10k runs and a donation for 5k walk. U16s entry costs £5. Pictured at the launch are, from left to right, Aidan Forker, Eimear Robinson, Danielle Fox, Orlaith Robinson, Ben Crealey, Stefan Forker and Brian Convie
Neil Loughran

ST OLIVER PLUNKETT’S, GREENLOUGH: The club will host an evening with magician, Rodd Hogg in the Bannvalley Hall, Clady this Saturday. Doors open at 8pm. Tickets cost £12.50 each and are available from all committee members, or contact secretary Paul Downey on 07708 909400. Show followed by music by Northbound.

Elsewhere, the club is looking for an U12 manager. Anyone interested should contact Paul Downey.

ATTICALL: Gary Fitzpatrick, an up-and-coming country star from Donegal, plays in the club on Saturday. Admission £5.

Registration takes place this Sunday and January 28 from 6pm-8pm. There will be a child protection course on January 23 at 7pm and a camogie quiz on January 26 at 9pm.

ST. PATRICK’S, MAYOBRIDGE: The annual juvenile awards and registration day will be held on Sunday from 2pm in the social club.

LAMH DHEARG: The club will be holding a registration day for adult members on Sunday from 12pm-2pm and a registration day for underage members on Sunday, February 4 at the same times. Every member must sign up again in line with the new GAA data protection guidelines.

Meanwhile, all club members are invited to the annual presentation dinner at the Devenish Complex on Saturday, January 27. Tickets available from the club and from Klubfunder until this Sunday.

DERRYTRESK: The Whistlin’ Donkeys play at the club on Saturday, January 27. Tickets can be bought at the club or at Funds raised will support projects such as the new community gym, phase one of which started this week.

NORTH ANTRIM GAA: Dr Eamon Phoenix will give a talk on North Antrim & Revolution at Carey Hall, Cushendall Road, Ballyvoy on Saturday, January 27, starting at 8pm. Tickets, costing £5, are on sale from North Antrim GAA clubs, or pay at the door

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The senior presentation night will take place on Saturday, January 27. Tickets are £25 each or, if you have your membership paid in full, tickets are half price. Tickets can be purchased from Cormac McMullan, Mickey Flynn or Rory McMullan.

ST JOSEPH’S, GLENAVY: Well done to everyone involved in the big breakfast in aid of the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and in memory of Matthew Bradley. The fantastic sum of £3,600 was raised, which is a tremendous reflection of the kindness of club members and the wider community.

Cumann Pheadair Naofa has introduced Warrenpoint Operation Transformation. The six week team-based activity programme will follow the Operation Transformation TV and radio show on RTE, with the aim to move more and eat better. Last Thursday 65 people descended on the clubrooms for the registration and induction night and formed eight teams, while Sunday was spent in Kilbroney Park

ST BRONAGH’S, ROSTREVOR: The club has retained the services of Conor Daly, Kieran Mooney, Liam Sloan, Raymond McNally and Aidan Rice for the 2018 season. They will all form part of the management and backroom team in the various roles as before. James McCorry will also continue in his role as strength and conditioning coach.

FOREGLEN: The club is running a black tie gala night on February 10 at the Clanree Hotel in Letterkenny to mark the 130-year anniversary of the club. MC is Gerry Donnelly and guest speakers include Joe Brolly.

There will be an auction, followed by music from Paul Cummings and Good Company. Contact JJ Butcher, Greg McLaughlin, Francie McCormick, JB Farren or Noel McFeely.

ST ERGNAT’S, MONEYGLASS: Grand draw phase two - Wednesday January 24 at 8pm. Plan for the next 11 weeks up to Easter.

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