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Brocagh Emmett’s would like to thank Western Building Systems for sponsoring the senior and reserve teams for the next three years. Pictured at the jersey presentation are Declan McCloskey (Western Building Systems) and Oliver Robinson (club chairperson), Sean Davidson (reserve team manager), as well as players Barry Donnelly, Ciaran Campbell, Mel McMahon and Ryan Canavan
Neil Loughran

GORT NA MONA: The club will host an event for the Anthony Nolan Trust tonight. The charity signs up people aged 16-30 to a stem cell donor register so they can help people with blood cancer and blood disorders. Signing up is a simple process, all it involves is a saliva sample and filling in a form which takes five minutes of your time (consent is required for people aged 16-17.)

Call into the club between from 7pm-9pm to find out more, sign up and help save a life.

ST BRONAGH’S, ROSTREVOR: The John West Feile Peile na nOg takes place from tomorrow until Sunday. The U14 boys and girls, together with visiting teams, will parade through the village tomorrow at 3pm. Please come along and wear your red and black to support and cheer on the teams before they travel to An Riocht for the opening games of the tournament at 5pm.

OGRA COLMCILLE: The club is organising a 5k run/walk on Sunday, July 1 starting at 10am. Registration from 9am-10am at the Sit and Sip. Admission £5, open to everyone.

LAMH DHEARG: The club will be holding a registration session on Saturday from 11am-1pm in the clubrooms for Cul Camp (July 23-27), Sceim Samhraidh (July 30-August 3) and summer scheme (August 6-10).

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The club will hold its big fundraiser for nominated charity, MYMY (Mind Your Mate and Yourself), at the pitch on Saturday. Feel free to bring blankets. There will be hot food and popcorn on sale.

Jim McCann, secretary of Antrim Allianz Cumann na mBunscol, and Kieran Megraw, Ulster hurling development officer, with the children selected from Belfast schools to play against Dublin Cumann na mBunscol. Eighty-eight children travelled to Dublin to play boys’ and girls’ football, hurling, camogie and handball in the annual Friendly Games, which was first played in 1929

BALLYGALGET: The annual tractor run will take place tomorrow, with the road trip kicking off at 6.30pm. This year's event is being run in association with Alzheimer's Society NI. Come along and enjoy the craic. Refreshments available in the clubhouse.

On Sunday, meanwhile, the club will be auctioning off the equipment from the old gym - come along and bag yourself a bargain.

Sunday also sees the return of the club’s annual tournament week. We will be welcoming teams from Ballyboden (Dublin), Clonmel (Tipperary), Sean Treacy’s (Armagh), Cuchulainn’s, Keady (Armagh), Nenagh (Tipperary) and Beagh (Galway) along with our neighbouring clubs.

ROUND TOWERS, BALLYMACNAB: Along with St Brenda’s camogie club, Ballymacnab will host a run/walk on Saturday, open to all abilities. Register online at or on the day at the Dam car park at1030am. Race begins at 11am. £10 Adult, £5 U18s, U12s free.

ST MARY’S, GLASDRUMMAN: While the result in Brewster Park on Saturday night did not go Down’s way, the club had a historic first with two players – Shane and Connaire Harrison - in the starting line up for an All-Ireland Qualifier.

Kiana Donnelly of High Moss Sarsfield's came joint first in the U14 ladies’ Féile Peile na nÓg All-Ireland football skills competition, held in Abbotstown on Saturday

The Pearse Óg, Armagh U14 team that won the Division Four title

Saval is one of the host clubs of Feile Peile this weekend and would like to thank main sponsor Ward’s Spar, Rockmount. Sponsor Martin Ward is pictured with club officer Gavin Quinn, Mark McAvoy (boys’ mentor), Jimmy McAloon (girls’ mentor) and members of the Feile panels

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