The People’s Park will provide the setting for a special children’s camp in July.
The Healthy Kidz physical literacy PE programme has been delivered with impressive success to a number of primary schools - with plans now in place to extend the multi-sports camp.
A session from July 4-8 will run in the People’s Park at the cost of £30 per child, with special family rates also available on request.
The camp is open to boys and girls aged 4-14 years old, with daily fun from 10-1 o’clock.
Pupils from Ballyoran, Birches, Edenderry, Hart Memorial, Portadown Integrated, Presentation, Seagoe, St John the Baptist and St Mary’s Maghery have enjoyed past sessions.
To book a spot contact Paul Carvill on 07708519249.
TIR NA NOG
Tir na nOg under 10s finished as runners-up at the Annaclone Blitz thanks to group wins over Eire Og (Down), Tullylish and Crossmaglen Ogs.
The final was won by Crossmaglen firsts.
The under 12s’ boys enjoyed victory over Sarsfields by 21-9.
Tir na nOg B players lost out at home to Clann Eireann - with Rocky Reid, Peter Wilson, Joe Turley and Cathal Judge impressive for the town squad.
Tir na nOg seniors’ Divisional Cup test against Wolfe Tones featured Barry Judge on target with a slick goal but defeat overall.
Annaghmore’s running festival has been scheduled for tomorrow (Saturday).
Visit the Athletics NI website to register for the 10-kilometre or five-kilometre events.
The club’s Night At The Races will run on August 6, with ‘horses’ available at £10 each from any committee member.
Anyone interested in joining the fundraising committee should contact 07748777338.
Irish Dancing sessions have been booked for each Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6.30-8 o’clock.
Visit www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie for information on registration ahead of the Annaghmore-hosted programme across July 4-9.
The club seniors face Dromintee at home on Sunday, with all support welcome for the big match.