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CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA, WARRENPOINT: The club is seeking all potential goalkeepers to take part in its goalkeeping academy, which starts on Sunday, February 4. Senior goalkeeping coach Keith Waters is leading the program alongside the football committee and goalkeepers Gary McMahon and Conor D’Arcy.
ATTICALL: The club is hosting an in-house pool league, starting tomorrow night at 8pm. Registration £10. Cash prizes.
PATRICK PEARSE’S, BELFAST: Registration takes place on Sunday at Scoil Bheann Mhadagain from 1pm-3 pm.
ST JOSEPH’S, GLENAVY: ‘The Umpire Strikes Back’, the latest play in the St Mungo’s series, is on in St Clare’s community hall tomorrow night. Doors open at 7pm, with the play starting at 8pm. Admission £15.
SILVERBRIDGE HARPS: The annual dinner dance and presentation night takes place on Saturday in the Carrickdale Hotel, starting at 7.30pm. The intermediate league winners are guests of honour along with outgoing Scor stalwarts Peter, Brian and Karen Murphy. The event will also mark significant moments in club life during the past year. Tickets, priced at £30/€32, are available from any committee member.
BALLYHOLLAND HARPS: The club will host a coach education day on Saturday. Carlow coach and Ballyholland senior manager Steven Poacher will facilitate the event, and will take the first pitch session on a ‘games-based approach for all ages’. In the second pitch-based session, Down minor strength and conditioning coach James McGlade will deliver a session themed ‘Plyometric Progressions - Train Smart’, which will look at methods of helping players avoid injury and increase power. The final indoor session will be delivered by experienced pilates instructor Melissa Broderick, entitled ‘GAA specific Pilates’. The event is open to all coaches of any age level. The day commences at 11am at Father Lynch Park and will finish at approximately 1.45pm. Cost £10, payable on the day, and includes tea and sandwiches and a session plan. To confirm a place please either text or mail Steven on 07779 780919 or email@example.com
ST MARY’S, ARDMORE: There will be a child protection and foundation football course at Owenbeg tomorrow and Saturday, while a level one youth and adult course runs from March 2-4, also at Owenbeg. Anybody interested in attending should talk to coaching officer Annette McCarron. The courses are free of charge to participants.
ST OLIVER PLUNKETT’S, GREENLOUGH: The club will be holding a registration morning on Sunday from 11.30am-12.30pm at the pavilion.
There will be a 'Big Breakfast' on Sunday, February 11 from 9am-1pm in Clady Hall. All proceeds in aid of the club. More details to follow.
The club will be holding a 'Night at the Races' in Clady bar on Saturday, February 24. Horses cost £10 each and are now on sale from Anthony Letters, Adrian O'Neill, Paddy O'Neill and Barry Loughlin. Race sponsors £50.
LAMH DHEARG: The club will be holding a registration day for underage members on Sunday from 12pm-2pm. Every member must sign up again in line with the new GAA data protection guidelines. Orders for O’Neills club leisurewear will be taken as well.
CROSSMAGLEN RANGERS: The club is proud to be part of Operation Transformation ‘Ireland Lights Up’. Monday, February 5 is week three, from 7pm-9pm starting at the top field. Everyone welcome.
ST PETER’S, LURGAN: Underage registration nights will take place on Tuesday, February 13 (U6 and U8 6.30pm-7.30pm; U10 and U12, 8pm-9pm) and Thursday, February 15 (U14, U16 and minor, 6.30pm-7.30pm). There will be an extra session from 8pm-9pm for those unable to attend the others.
ARMAGH HARPS: Armagh City Hotel will host the senior Presentation night on Saturday, February 17. The event, compered by Adrian Logan, includes a four course meal and entertainment by the Marty Fay Band. Tickets cost £40 and are available from all committee members.
ST PATRICK’S, DONAGHMORE: The club sends condolences to the McCann family on the recent passing of Vivian, while sympathies are also sent to the O’Neill and McGarvey families on the recent passing of Kathleen McGarvey. May they both rest in peace.