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Launching the Irish News School, Club & Volunteer awards for 2018 at the Wellington Park Hotel are Seán Ó Coinn, chief executive of Foras na Gaeilge, Raymond Tumilty, O’Neills GAA sales manager, Thomas Hawkins, Irish News sports editor, Aine Murphy from Lavey GAC, Denise Hayward, Volunteer Now chief executive, Michael Hasson, Ulster GAA president and Malachy Toner, Wellington Park Hotel general manager. Picture by Bill Smyth

WOLFE TONE’S, BELLAGHY: The club is hosting the annual Church Island 5k walk/run and 10k Road Race on Saturday at 11am. Proceeds from the run will go to Trocaire and the development of facilities at the club. It is £5 to enter the 5k and £10 for the 10k.

Also, tickets can be purchased online at friendsofbellaghy.co.uk for the Friends of Bellaghy Grand Draw in aid of club development - first prize £10,000, second prize £1,000 and four £500 prizes. Tickets cost £20 each, or three for £40.

PEARSE OG, ARMAGH: Let the Lip Sync battles commence at the Armagh City Hotel on Sunday, April 1 (8pm start). Tickets cost £20, £10 for juveniles.

GLASDRUMMAN: The club hosts a Gaelic football taster session at the Quarter Road on Saturday, March 31 (3pm start). All children of primary school age are welcome. No experience necessary, all coaching sessions free. Contact 07895 961953 for further information.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The club will hold a fundraising four-course lunch in the clubrooms before the ACFL Division Two opener game on Saturday, March 31. After the game, there will be music in the downstairs bar from 5pm-7pm. The lunch costs £25 per person, or £12.50 for paid up club members. Contact Rory McMullan on 07703 442517 to book a seat or a table.

ST MOCHAI’S, DARRAGH CROSS: The ‘Big Breakfast’ takes place this Sunday from 9.30am-12.30pm in the club hall. Adult breakfast £6, kids £4. All welcome.

Best wishes to the club’s two acts who go to Silverbridge on Saturday for the Ulster Scor final. The Leirui team will be hoping to impress the judges yet again with their historical Betsy Gray-themed stage presentation, while Sharlene Neeson will also be looking to continue her success in the recitation final. The finals night gets under way at 5pm, and all support is greatly appreciated.

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