McNeice and Forker on show in Armagh defeat

Aidan Forker (left). Pic by PressEye Ltd.
Aidan Forker (left). Pic by PressEye Ltd.
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Annaghmore’s Matthew McNeice and Aidan Forker from Maghery lined out last weekend in Armagh’s Ulster Championship quarter-final.

The 2-11 to 0-8 reverse to Donegal handed McNeice a senior championship debut in Orchard County colours.

Armagh will now meet Wicklow in the round-one All-Ireland qualifier at The Athletic Grounds on Saturday, June 27 from 2.30.

Annaghmore’s club cycle training will continue each Tuesday and Thursday in the clubrooms from 7 o’clock.

Final registration for the Club2Club Cycle on Sunday, July 26 will take place tonight (Friday) at 7 o’clock.

Annaghmore’s Boot Camp sessions will run at the cost of £2 from Monday, June 29 to Friday, July 10 on the following times: Monday and Wednesday evenings 7-7.30; Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings 6.30-7 o’clock.

The Kellogg’s GAA Cul Camp hosted by Naomh Eoin will run from Monday, July 6 to Friday, July 10 in Annaghmore. Visit gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps.

Cathy McGilly was the Match Three weekly lotto winner.

TIR NA NOG

Tir na nOg officials have confirmed another development meeting to take place on Sunday in the clubrooms from 6 o’clock.

“It is vital that all available members and parents attend to follow up on the momentum and good work started at the last meeting,” said a Tir na nOg spokesman. “All are welcome.

“We were encouraged by the turnout at the last meeting, at which a lot of positive ideas were studied and explored.”

The club’s under 12s recorded home success on Saturday by 5-18 to 3-10 against St Paul’s.

Special mention to Diarmuid Tennyson, Michael Burnett, Clia Creaney and Oisin McGivern. Andrew Wilson registered a personal tally of 2-8.

“It was a superb all-round team performance with the entire side and substitutes playing a part in the victory,” said Andrew Neeson from the management team. “Next up we have Clan na Gael at home on Saturday from 4 o’clock.”

Tir na nOg girls’ under 14s finished in front by 6-13 to 4-4 during the Championship date with Ballyhegan. Clodagh Girvan and Eva Lambe led the Tir na nOg scoring.

“It was a great team effort,” said team mentor Colette Carvill. “I am full of praise for all the players.”

BALLYHEGAN

Ballyhegan’s fourth annual ‘Park ‘n’ Stride’ will run on Friday, July 3 in conjunction with Marie Curie Cancer Care. Full details in next week’s ‘Times’.