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Congratulations to St Patrick's, Ballyvarley & Ballela, Division Three winners in Down's Féile na nGael, who will be representing the Mourne county in the national Féile na nGael in Wexford in June
Padraig O Meiscill

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GLASDRUMMAN: The older youth club group are taking part in the RNLI's Hit the Surf on Saturday.

As places are limited, it's important to contact Catherine ASAP to book your place.

Yoga continues on Mondays at 8.30pm in the clubrooms. Weekly bingo on Thursdays at 8.30pm; minibus pick up and return available from Kilkeel, Ballymartin and Annalong.

WATTY GRAHAM'S, GLEN: Seven couples who are all related will take part in a country dancing extravaganza on Friday and Saturday in the centre.

The seven couples are: Josephine and Conor Gallagher, Steady McGuckian and Ciara Mulholland, John and Bernie McGilligan, Bernard and Breena O'Loughlin, Mary McKenna and Ronan Moohan, Dessie Kearney and Kelly Campbell and Claire and Joe Lagan.

Tickets are £15 each. A £30 family ticket (two adults and two children) is available for the Friday night only. Tickets are available from the dancers, Róisín Lagan (07759838461), Kelly's Eurospar or online from the Glen KlubFunder - see website, Facebook or Twitter for link.

ST JOHN'S: The club is renewing its sponsor boards around the pitch. If you would be interested in advertising your business, contact any committee member.

Social media legend Rory's Stories has been booked for the club for Saturday, May 20. Doors open at 7.30pm, with an 8.30pm start, £10 entry at the door followed by DJ.

The annual golf classic will be held at Spa Golf Club on Wednesday, July 12. Tee times are now available to book from 9am to 3pm.

The cost is £30 per person (£20 for Spa Golf Club members), which includes green fee, goody bag and a meal. You can also sponsor a hole for £50 or donate £20 to be listed on the sponsors' board.

To book a tee time or to sponsor the event, contact Eugene O'Boyle on 07764962676 or e.oboyle@drumillen.com.

CUMANN PHEADAIR NAOFA: Golf day takes place on Friday, June 23 in Warrenpoint Golf Club.

The day will see something for all the family, including a BBQ, kids' amusements, live music and food for everyone. Golfers will receive goodie bags at their tee and there will be refreshments at the ninth hole.

Due to popular demand, tee times are booking up extremely fast, with limited availability. Team entry is £140, anyone wishing to book a slot is asked to contact Feargal McCormack or Aisling.

The countdown is on for the annual 10K and 5K on the Bay, with the event taking place on Sunday, May 21. Registration will take place from 8am in the clubrooms and the events starting from the pier at 10am.

Registration fee for both 5k and 10k is £12 and participants will receive a newly commissioned medal.

ST PATRICK'S, MAYOBRIDGE: To aid preparations for the U14 football and camogie Féile teams who are competing in the All-Ireland finals in June, the club will be hosting a fun quiz tomorrow in the social club at 9pm.

The golf classic will take place on Friday, June 30 in Warrenpoint Golf Club; £140 for a four-ball, which includes dinner after the golf and light refreshments around the course. Music and awards will follow at 10pm on the night.

O'DONOVAN ROSSA: Ten couples will take to the stage at the Devenish tomorrow night to find out who will be crowned Jigs and Reels champions.

There will also be a raffle on the night with some great prizes, including All-Ireland final tickets and overnight stays, up for grabs.

Proceedings get underway at 7.30pm sharp, with the doors open from 6.30pm. Tickets are priced £20 and can be purchased at Rossa Park.

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