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St Galls U14 hurlers celebrate winning the Feile B final in Cushendun at the weekend. The Milltown blues, who are now the only Belfast team left in the competition, march towards the All-Ireland Feile finals in Galway in three weeks time Picture by Mark Marlow
Neil Loughran

LIMAVADY WOLFHOUNDS: The annual club Mass will take place tomorrow at 7.30pm in St Mary’s chapel. All are welcome, and are asked to wear club colours.

GLASDRUMMAN: Kellogg's Cul Camp will be going ahead this summer for girls and boys aged 6-13 from Monday, July 9-Friday, July 13. Register https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking. Search by your county and view the camp dates, venues, prices and co-ordinator details.

TIR NA NOG, PORTADOWN: Wednesday. May 16 marks the 75th anniversary of the formation of the club. To celebrate this occasion we are having an anniversary Mass at 7pm in St John the Baptist Chapel for all current members and families and for the families of deceased past members. Everyone invited, please wear club colours if possible.

ST EUNAN’S, LETTERKENNY: The annual golf classic takes place on Saturday in Letterkenny golf club, in association with Diver’s Hyundai. Contact Paul Carr 0035387 2836567, Ciaran Haran 0035387 9674068 or Dermot Higgins 0035385 2171612 to book tee times or sponsor a prize.

ST PATRICK’S, ROCK: Tyrone v Monaghan info. Stand tickets £24, terrace tickets £15, senior citizens/students £10 and juveniles £5. Only a very limited number of stand tickets will be available to the club. All orders should be with Barry Ruddy by Sunday.

PEARSE OG, ARMAGH: The Donal Powell 25th anniversary memorial quiz takes place on Saturday from 9pm in social club. All proceeds go to charity.

The Sean McDermott’s, Maghery fundraising committee present a cheque for £3,000 to Newry Hospice after their successful Lip Sync event in the Armagh City Hotel. Pictured, from left, are club chairman Sean Cushnahan, Cathal Livingstone (Newry Hospice), Oonagh Tennyson, Monica Forker, Julie Creaney, Brian Convie and Jim Robinson

Carmel Hearty hands over the Bob ‘Brian’ Hearty memorial trophy - commissioned in memory of her late son who tragically died in October 2017 - to Martin Murphy, chairman of the Silverbridge golf classic committee. The cup will be presented to the winner of this year's golf classic which takes place in Ashfield Golf Club on Saturday, May 26. Included are members of Bob’s family, his Silverbridge team-mates, club members and sponsors

Michael Hall of Ernst & Young, Belfast recently presented a set of jerseys to the Saval U16 girls’ team. Pictured with Michael are his daughters Francesca, Genevieve and Stephanie

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