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ST OLIVER’S PLUNKETT’S, GREENLOUGH: The club will be holding a ‘Night at the Races’ on Saturday, February 24 in Teady McErlean's Bar, Clady at 8pm.
LAMH DHEARG, KEADY: The club presents ‘St Mungo's, Luganulk: The Umpire Strikes Back’ on Sunday at St Patrick's Parochial Hall (8pm start). Tickets, priced £15 each, are available in Vincent Mone & Son, O'Neill's Barbers and Fletcher's Shop.
ROUND TOWERS, BALLYMACNAB AND ST BRENDA'S CAMOGIE CLUB: Tickets for the gala dinner will be on sale in the clubrooms tomorrow.
GLASDRUMMAN: Oiche Craic is Ceoil in the Clubrooms tomorrow night from 7.30pm until late. Special performances the club’s talented Scór squads, both junior and senior. Special presentations to be made to select invited guests.
ST JOHN’S, BELFAST: The club will host a healthy club and registration day on Saturday from 10am-1pm. Everyone must register for the year ahead.
ST PATRICK’S, LOUP: On Saturday, renowned archaeologist Thomas McErlean will deliver a lecture on the history of south Derry and east Tyrone in times before plantation. It will concentrate on local areas around the Loup and Ballyronan and will correlate family connections and tow lands. A night not to be missed. Starts at 7.30pm in the social club, admission £3.
ST BRONAGH’S, ROSTREVOR: The annual awards night will take place on March 2. It will be held in the Clanrye Suite which has limited capacity, so tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis. Contact Ciaran Sloan, Evan Connolly, Claire Gibbons or Siobhan Parr for tickets.
Fifteen-year-old Sean Kelly, a member of the St Gall’s club in Belfast, is the overall winner of the Translink Ulster GAA Young Volunteer of the Year award. The awards programme, in its first year, was designed to celebrate the important contribution young GAA volunteers make to their own communities. Clubs across Ulster were invited to nominate young people throughout the year, and each month a panel of experts chose someone for the monthly prize. Sean, who won in June, was subsequently selected as the overall winner. His prize package includes a full set of playing jerseys for his club, as well as a commemorative jacket and trophy for himself. Presenting Sean with the award at half-time during last weekend’s Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup final are Ulster Council president Michael Hasson and Translink’s Ursula Henderson
CLONDUFF: The date for the club’s fully sanctioned youth tournaments for the year ahead are - Gary Murray U12 memorial tournament, May 19; Brian McGreevy U8.5 memorial tournament, June 9; Daniel Andre U10.5 memorial tournament, June 16. Tournaments are restricted to 24 teams on a first come basis - contact email@example.com for further details.
BREDAGH: The club is to host a free, two-day suicide intervention skills workshop. The interactive course provides the confidence and skills to ask about suicide if you are concerned about someone's safety. Anyone over the age of 16 can apply, no previous skills are required. Participants will receive a certificate but must attend on both days. Lunch will be provided and is sponsored by McLaughlin & Woods Ltd. It takes place on February 28 and March 1 from 9.15am until 4.45p, at LORAG in Belfast's Shaftesbury Leisure Centre. Further details from Margaret Woods on firstname.lastname@example.org, or 07510 514979.
Well done to all the young hurlers form Ederney who played at half-time during the Fermanagh v Leitrim league game on Sunday. Pictured front, from left, are Lauren Hamilton, Kate Mc Andrews, Ellie McKervey, Daithi McLaughlin, Ciaran Maguire and James Mongan. Back, from left, are assistant manager Cormac McKervey, Eoin Monaghan, Andrew Grainger, Conan McCaffrey, Matthew Maguire, Caolan McCaffrey, Eamon Monaghan and manager Noel McAndrew. Missing from photo is Conal McGrath
Peadar O Doirnin’s, Forkhill is delighted to see work begin on the upgrading and development of Murdock Park, with assistance from Newry, Mourne and Down Council. The club has worked hard over the years to develop a range of facilities for the community and especially for the young people of the Forkhill area, including state-of-the-art clubrooms, the purchase and development of the main field, the purchase of a training field and the erection of floodlights to facilitate winter training. O’Hagan Contractors are currently on site and work is progressing to drain, resurface and erect safety fencing around the perimeter. The commencement of the work was marked by an informal ceremony last week, attended by club committee members, council chairperson Roisin Mulgrew and contractor John O’Hagan
Pictured at the launch of the Malachy Murdock Tournament - run by St Mary’s, Burren – are, from left, Dan Doyle (Murdock Builders Merchants), Kyle Carragher (Crossmaglen), Darren O’Hare (referee), Cormac Linden (Mayobridge) and Brendan McKernan (Burren). Picture by Brendan Monaghan
St John’s, Belfast showed their true colours when they handed over £1,400 raised at their recent St Stephens Day walk to DePaul charity for the homeless. Once again their partnership with Parcel Force proved worthwhile when they doubled part of the funds. Pictured are Paul Morgan and Eileen Fitzsimmons (Parcel Force), Philip Kee (DePaul), Gerry McCann (St John’s chairman) and healthy club officer Maria Gough
Crossmaglen Rangers have offered congratulations to Stephen Kernan and Paul Hearty, who have a combined 40 years service between them, during which time they have racked up 33 Armagh club titles, 19 Ulster club titles and nine All Ireland club titles
Chris Cassidy of CMI Planning and his daughters hand over a new sponsored set of jerseys to the Lavey U14 girls’ football team. Included in picture are MJ Boyle (chairperson) and U14 players Mary McNally and Ellie Hendry
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