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Tir na nOg club officers now in place

GAELIC GAMES THE 2013 committee at Tir na nOg has been elected as follows:

Chair - Dessie Henderson; vice-chair - Michael Breen; secretary - Barry McDonald; assistant secretary - Elaine McKeown; treasurer - Leo McKernan; assistant treasurer - Tony Duffy; PRO - Gregory Burke; cultural officer - Sarah McKeown; committee - Mark Teague, Mark Jackson, Michael Lavery, Aileen Litter, Laura Smyth, Linda Duffy and Liam Murray; designated officer - John Mallon; child protection officer - Maeve McDonald.

The football managers were elected as follows:

Under sixes - Natasha Duffy, Darragh Gallagher, Dearbhala Guy, Danny McGarry.

Under eights - Tam McCooe, Stefan O’Hare, Conor McCormac, Patrick Brennan.

Under 10s - Jim McCooe, Barry McDonald, Paul Breen, Jim Lawless, Jonny McGurgan, Jordan McCooe.

Under 12s - (girls) Colette Carvill, Caitriona Lamph. (boys) Paul Carvill, Gregory Burke, Niall McGuckian, Michael Lavery.

Under 14s – (girls) Bríd Creaney, Declan Murphy, Kieran Nixon. (boys, Division One) John Mallon, Sean Magill, Jon Joe Power, Gerard Guy. (boys, Division Three) Martin Murphy, David Smith.

Under 16s – (boys) Philip McAtamney, Jamie McAleenon, Mark Teague.

Minors - Gary Smith, Eamonn Wilson, Christopher Furphy.

B - Michael Breen, Martin McBride

Seniors (ladies) - Martin McCooe, Sean Murphy, Martin Mongon, Linda Duffy.

Over 35s: Colm Gallagher.

A SPECIAL fund-raiser has been planned for tomorrow (Saturday), with admission £3 per person (£5 per couple). Play will start at 9 o’clock in the Team Experience v Team Youth exhibition.

MONDAY, February 11 will mark the annual registration night for under sixes up to minor age groups.

Parents must attend to sign consent forms, with membership fees set at £5 per child.

MEMBERSHIP remains open to March 31, with forms available in the clubrooms and everyone welcome.

BALLYHEGAN

BALLYHEGAN’S committee for 2013 has been elected as follows:

Chairperson – Seamus P McCann; vice-chairperson – Mark Keegan; secretary - Tony Keegan; assistant secretary - Jarlath McCann; registrar - Comghall Morgan; treasurer - Shane O’Hanlon; assistant treasurer - Gerard Morgan; PRO - Shaun-Martin Lawless; youth officers - Paul Doherty; Irish officer - Gareth McCann.

CONTACT Comghall Morgan for information on special membership offers.

A ‘NIGHT At The Races’ will take place on Saturday, March 9 in The Famous Grouse.

THE latest numbers in the club lotto are 7, 12, 16 and 17 and 23, 26, 27 and 28.

The jackpot now stands at £2,600 – with Paul Morgan and Liam McAtarsney the Three-Ball winners.

THE pitch is currently closed due to essential maintenance.

EVENTS at the clubrooms are as follows: MONDAYS: Legs, Bums and Tums for ladies (8-9 o’clock, £4). TUESDAYS: Kettlebells (7-8 o’clock, £4). THURSDAYS: Winter circuits (youths 7-8 o’clock, £1; adults 8.15-9.15, £3). FRIDAYS: Kettlebells Blast (6.30-7.45, £3). SUNDAYS: Functional Training (11-12 o’clock, £4).

ANNAGHMORE

ANNAGHMORE club membership is due.

Those interested can contact Cathy McGilly or 07748787338 to find out more about the gold, silver and bronze packages.

Gold: £12.50 per month direct debit (includes club and gym membership, plus two weekly lotto tickets).

Silver: £10 per month direct debit (includes club membership, plus two weekly lotto tickets).

Bronze: £25 (single club membership), £40 (family rate for two adults and two children); £5 (concession rate for under 18 sand OAPs).

Gym membership will cost £50 for adults or a £30 student rate.

ANNAGHMORE, in partnership with Down Armagh Rural Transport (DART), will be hosting accredited Driver Safety and Awareness Training as part of Right Tracks.

Funded by the Department of the Environment, the project is delivered free to participants and aimed specifically for drivers aged 18-24 years old or over 69.

For further information contact Brendan McCormack on 07542860370.

THE latest Match Three winners were Connor Cullen, Sammy McNiece, Meghan McCormack, Lianne Reavy and Matthew Willis - with the numbers 3, 7, 11 and 22.

ANYONE interested in signing up for the Belfast Marathon on Monday, May 6 as part of a relay team should contact Geraldine Cullen or Cathy McGilly.

YOGA sessions will run each Monday from 7.30 at the cost of £3 per night.

THE Friends Of The Earth Walking Club sessions have been planned for Mondays and Tuesdays from 7.15, meeting respectively at the clubrooms and Peatlands Park.

IRISH Dancing will be held each Tuesday from 6-7 o’clock.

CIRCUITS for ladies (7 o’clock start) and men (8 o’clock start) take place every Wednesday at the cost of £2 per session.

 
 
 

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