Club Call: The social calendar of the GAA

St John's, Drumnaquoile club members Andrew Gilmore and brother Conor after playing their part in Down's Ulster U20 FC final victory at the Athletic Grounds last week
Padraig O Meiscill

BALLYMARTIN: Congratulations to senior footballer Orla Doyle and senior manager Rory Mason who celebrated their wedding last week.

Dads & Lads training continues on Mondays at 8pm. Open to those between 40 and 90 years of age. Bring your own teeth and water bottles.

Gaelic for Mothers & Others continues every Tuesday and Thursday at 8pm. Contact any committee member or any of the club social media channels to be pointed in the right direction.

The club is in the process of making a commemorative DVD and book to celebrate the centenary in 2022. If you have anything to contribute, get in touch.

GLASDRUMMAN: GoGames football coaching continues each Thursday at 6.30pm at the club for children in nursery and primary school. Everyone welcome.

CLOGHER ÉIRE ÓGs: Parents and guardians are reminded that it is compulsory to complete your child's Return to Play questionnaire before attending either training or matches.

ST JOHN'S, DRUMNAQUOILE: Down county board have donated two tickets for the Down v Roscommon All-Ireland U20 FC semi-final in Breffni Park on Saturday at 7pm. Go to to enter. There is a £5 entry fee, all proceeds go to the Joseph Steen Fund.

ST COLMAN'S, DRUMANESS: The club will host a Tractor Run on Saturday at 4pm in aid of the Joseph Steen Fund.

DOIRELOCHAIN CAOIMHÍN DE BARRA: Club members were saddened to learn of the death of Aidan McAleese, son of Mae (nee Mc Lernon) and the late Joe. We extend our sincere condolences to the McAleese and McLernon family circles on their sad loss.

ST JOSEPH'S, EDERNEY: The club is currently holding a commemorative sponsored walk, 40 miles in 40 days, marking 40 years since the 1981 sponsored walk from Ederney to Croke Park. The walk concludes on Monday, August 23, the date of arrival at Croke Park for the 1981 All-Ireland SFC semi-final between Down and Offaly.

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