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Irish News GAA school coaching days student coaches Niamh Morgan, Grainne McAnenly, Emmet Loughran, Emer Loane, Glenn McKeown, Colleen McVeigh and Aoife Kelly from St Mary's University College, Belfast. For more information visit www.irishnews.com/coachingdays
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PEARSE’S, ANNAGHMORE: The AGM takes place tomorrow night at 7pm in the clubrooms. Anyone looking county/club draw tickets (£100 per ticket) can purchase them at the AGM, or any Sunday after mass.

ATTICALL: There will be a camogie quiz tomorrow night at 9pm. Entry light supper and raffle, £5. Registration takes place in the club from 6pm-8pm on Sunday.

PEARSE OG, ARMAGH: Parents and family of U6, U8 and U10 players ¬are invited to come along to the social club from 6pm on Sunday to meet the coaches and managers for this season.

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

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

PATRICK SARSFIELD’S, BELFAST: The club is hosting a gala of Gaelic games for girls over the next two weekends. The programme starts at the Glen Parent Community Hall on Sunday, with U6s from 11am-12pm and U8s from 12pm-1pm. On Sunday, February 4 two sessions will take place at Sarsfields’s 4G pitch – U10s from 10am-11am, U12s from 11am-12pm. All equipment provided. For further information contact Gareth on 07968 040487 or John on 07736 387380.

Craobh Rua, Camlough hurling Club recently celebrated a successful underage season – and All-Ireland winning Galway star Joe Canning was special guest at the night. He is pictured with the U16 team which won the Armagh championship and league titles

ST PATRICK’S, MAYOBRIDGE: The club held their underage presentation in the club on Sunday. Club chairman Pat Joe Magee thanked all the many mentors for all their dedication and hard work with all teams, while Down County Board chairman Sean Rooney paid special tribute to the All-Ireland football and handball Feile champions and camogie and Scór county winners

KEVIN BARRY’S, DERRYLAUGHAN: The senior/reserve football and camogie presentation night will take place on February 2 at 7pm at Quinn’s Corner. Elsewhere, the Washingbay Green Run has been confirmed for March 24, starting at 10.30am.

MICHAEL DWYER’S, KEADY: The annual registration evening takes place at the McGleenan Park pavilion on Monday, January 29 from 7.30pm-9pm.

O’Donovan Rossa have expressed their thanks to all who supported and attended the annual St Stephen’s Day walk. A total of £2,100 was raised for the Kidney Patients’ Association

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