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Jarlath Burns (Ulster GAA Cultural Committee Chair), Collette Hurl and Donal McAnallen (Campa Chormaic), Gráinne Ní Chatháin (Slaughtneil), Siobhan Hughes and Marty Gormley (Campa Chormaic) at the launch of the 2019 Campa Chormaic

CROSSMAGLEN RANGERS: A pre-Championship chat night will be held at St Joseph’s High School, Crossmaglen on Thursday, May 2. All proceeds will go to the Cambodia Humanity trip 2020.

On the panel are former Derry star and pundit Joe Brolly, ex-Armagh goalkeeper Benny Tierney, Crossmaglen’s own Aaron Kernan and Down’s 2010 All-Ireland finalist Dan McCartan.

The night gets under way at 7.30pm, and all U16s must be accompanied by an adult. Entry is £10/12 euro, with tickets available from the school, McEntee’s shop and Casey’s supermarket.

CAMPA CHORMAIC: This year’s programme of camps was announced at the Hill of the O’Neill Centre in Dungannon on Friday evening. Jarlath Burns, chair of Ulster GAA’s cultural committee, was there alongside members of the McAnallen family, Campa Chormaic committee members and Slaughtneil camogie player Gráinne Ní Chatháin. The Campa Chormaic website www.campachormaic.comis now open for applications and the venues and dates are as follows.

Tyrone: Brantry and Eglish camp, July 22-26; St Joseph’s Grammar School, Donaghmore, July 29-August 2

Derry: St Colm’s, Ballinascreen, July 1-5; Owenbeg centre of excellence, July 30-August 3

Antrim: Spórtlann na hÉireann, Coláiste Feirste, Belfast, date TBC

Down: St Colman’s College, Newry, week one, July 1-5, week two date TBC

ST PATRICK’S, DONAGHMORE: Minor ladies’ coach and marathon supremo Pete Conlon is taking on the Belfast City marathon on Sunday, May 5. The ladies’ youth teams are helping Pete raise sponsorship which will go towards both the ladies’ football teams and Torrent Buddies. Please look out for one of the girls or their coaches and give as generously as you can to support Pete in this huge effort.

MICHAEL DWYER’S, KEADY: There will be a table quiz at the Caledonian on Friday, April 26 (8pm). Test your knowledge of current affairs, history and GAA. Entry fee is £5 per person for teams of four. Refreshments will be served. Proceeds will go towards underage development.

O’NEILL’S, AN PORT MOR: The Blackwater disco ‘80s Reunion’ will take place on Sunday, May 5, 8pm-late with DJ Paddy Hughes. Tickets cost £10 and are available from Hegarty’s (Blackwatertown), Stewart’s Music (Dungannon) and Frank’s Takeaway (Coalisland)

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