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Armagh GAA club notes, November 27

Silverbridge Harps GFC

Our Club Lotto is STILL the biggest in the area! JACKPOT £7,800. Our continued thanks to our lotto committee,all our current sellers and patrons. £1 per week.

DEADLINE: If you have something to go into the Notes please let me know no later than 6pm on Saturday. If you’d like to make a comment, compliment, criticism or suggestion, please contact me:

Tel: 30888873,Tel/Text 077 78219400, EMAIL: We are also on facebook and Twitter.


PLEASE NOTE that our end of season underage presentation for GGS U8 and U10 will take place early January 2015. 


PLEASE NOTE that there will be NO YOUTH CLUB Fri 28th Nov. 


Our AGM will take place on TUES 25th NOVEMBER after our annual mass for deceased members at 7.30pm. We look forward to hearing your views and ideas so that our club can continue to grow for the benefit of everyone. Everyone can play their part in some way or other – what part do you want to play?


SANTA arrives in the Club on Sunday 14th December: Christmas disco FRI 19thDec: CHRISTMAS PARTY NIGHT for the whole community SAT 20th DEC  – make sure you wear your Christmas jumper!.

SILVERBRIDGE BOWLS CLUB now meets on WEDNESDAYS from 8-10pm and on Thursdays from 9pm. All new members very welcome.

CIRCUITS every Mon and Thurs 8-9pm. Everyone very welcome, male and female, with all levels of fitness catered for. An enjoyable experience guaranteed. Just come along on the night

E*N*T*E*R*T*A*I*N*M*E*N*T  and  U*P*C*O*M*I*N*G  E*V*E*N*T*S 

SILVERBRIDGE TALENT SHOW  sponsored by Garvey’s Bar and Restaurant. 

It’s now just a matter of days before the diverse and remarkable talents of our community are showcased in our first ever variety show on Saturday 29th November at 7.30pm & Sunday 30th November at 2.30pm. Don’t miss the comedy sketches, dance routines from Grease, Matilda, Hairspray & Frozen: tae Kwondo displays, modern Irish dance, traditional music and a few surprises! Tickets are on sale for just £5 or 7 Euro in Donnelly’s shop, Silverbridge, Casey’s Crossmaglen, Murphy s shop Glassdrummond, Coole Fuels Tullydonnell. There are scores of performers of all ages extremely busy with rehearsals and we look forward to seeing you all there to show your support for all their hard work. This promises to be a really special night’s entertainment so don’t miss out. A DVD of the Show will be available for sale well in time for  Christmas

Wee Bar opens every SATURDAY NIGHTCLUB ROOMS OPEN after home matches and every Thursday night 8.30pm usual social entertainment – do come along – it could be your lucky night!

LOTTO JACKPOT £17,700+!!! Make sure you’re in with a chance! 

Any additional help or support is always welcome as it is a vital source of income to ensure the successful running of the Club and maintain the various services we provide to our player members and the wider Silverbridge community.  Can you sell a few tickets at your workplace or in your locality?


Last week’s question: When did we hold Jigs and Reels?

ANSWER: 2003

This week’s question: Who did our U16 team beat this season in the Shield Final?

St. Michael’s Newtownhamilton


The club’s AGM will be on Sunday 30th November at 2pm in the new Rural Community Association building. Please take time to attend this meeting, everyone is welcome.

County Mass for Deceased Members

There will be a county mass for deceased member’s on Monday 24th November 2014 at 7.30pm in St Malachy’s Church, Armagh.

Sponsor a Brick

Previously the club ran a fund raising initiative where club members could sponsor a brick in the new building. As the new building is coming to an end we wanted to make this available to anyone who had previously missed out. If you would like to sponsor a brick in the new building please contact a committee member. Everyone is welcome.

Club Merchandise

If anyone is interested in purchasing club merchandise (shorts, socks, kit bags, jackets, fleeces etc) please contact Carmel McGarvey (02830 878535).

Craobh Rua Hurling Club


Successful Underage Hurling Presentation Night

The Craobh Rua Camlocha Hurling Club hosted their annual Underage Presentation Celebration Night on Friday [1]. Guest of honour was Ryan Cinnamond who delivered an inspirational speech to the large attendance which included young hurlers, their parents and families, Team Mentors, Senior Hurlers, Club Officers and mentors.

Ryan likened the work and training that he is doing with his new legs, to that of a young boy or girl learning the new skills needed for hurling. Craobh Rua Hurling Club would like to thank Ryan not only for his attendance at our special night but for his great example to others and we wish him well in all his endeavours.

The Richard Hughes Memorial Award which incidentally is the only juvenile award we have in our Club was presented by Kevin Hughes and Ryan Cinnamond to Kevin Doyle with Teresa and DJ his proud parents present as was St Joseph’s Primary School represented by Finnoula Bradley.

The Committee and members of Craobh Rua Hurling Club would like to thank all who helped make our underage celebration night a truly memorable occasion.


The Annual General Meeting of the Club takes place Monday 24thNovember at 7-30pm

Under 14

Coaching & Training has commenced in St Paul’s on Thursday nights 7-30pm to 9pm

Christmas Draw

Tickets are still on sale for our fund raising Christmas Draw. Also anyone wishing to support our Club by becoming a sponsor should contact a committee member to discuss the options available.


Craobh Rua Hurling Club Camlocha would like to thank all those who donated to our “Bucket Collection” in Camloch village on the 21st July [2]. The amount collected was £690.


Craobh Rua wish to extend our sympathies to the family of recently deceased Oliver Brannigan. The Club was saddened to hear of the death of Paddy Ryan from Newmarket on Fergus County Clare, father of Christy who many of us got to know through the Poc Fada Craobh na hÉireann and the visit some years back of the Millwaulkee Hurling Club.


St. Patrick’s GFC Cullyhanna

Michael McCreesh RIP

The sad death of our Club Vice-President Michael McCreesh, Dundalk Road sees the passing of one of those stalwart committee men who contributed so much to the development of the infrastructure of the Cullyhanna G.A.A. club and helped in no small way to leave it in the excellent and modern state that it finds itself today. Very much believing in the ideal that it was the duty of members of the community to offer their help to any local parish enterprise Michael became involved with the committee in the early 1980s at the time when planning was beginning for the purchase and development of the present field. He soon got involved in the financial structures of the club, not a job for the faint hearted as money was more than scarce and the development of new grounds was a very costly business. Using his shrewd financial acumen and unrivalled contacts in the business world Michael was a great help in keeping the club solvent and also making sure that any work that was carried out was done to the best advantage of the club.

Down the years it had been the fervent dream of club members to own its own playing field and it was the dedication and commitment of men like Michael that this dream was realised and no man in Ireland was prouder on that summer day in 1988 when the dream was realised and the new field was officially opened. Of course having the field was only the beginning of the modern development and following on many great things were achieved in developing clubrooms and other much needed facilities. In all these important improvements Michael and his family were intimately involved and always ready to offer advice and help on any occasion it was sought. Although in poor health in recent times Michael kept a lively interest in the progress of the club and was delighted to see the advances of the club both on and off the field.

To his wife Mary, sons John and Liam, daughters Mary and Breda, grandchildren, brothers, sisters and the large McCreesh family circle the club offers its deepest sympathy on their sad and irreplaceable loss.

Scór Na nÓg

Another fantastic night for Scór na nÓg in our club was enjoyed in Whitecross last Friday night. Our talented performers in the quiz, recitation, ballad group and novelty act sections all qualified for the county final on what was a wonderful evening of success for Scór in Cullyhanna. We wish them all the very best in the county final in Killeavy at 5pm on Saturday 29th November. Hopefully there will be a good crowd from Cullyhanna in attendance to give them the support they deserve.


The 2014 AGM takes place on Sunday 7th December. This is an important event in the club calendar and we hope that as many of our members as possible will make an effort to attend.

Underage Presentations

The main presentation for all the underage camogie teams, Scór na nÓg and the under 10 to under 16 girls’ and boys’ football will be held in the clubrooms on Friday 28th November starting at 7pm sharp.

Camogie AGM

The camogie AGM will take place at 6pm on Sunday 30th November.

Club shop

The club shop continues to open on Friday nights from 7pm to 9pm with Cullyhanna jerseys for sale in all sizes from 2 years to XL adults, as well as the usual great range of merchandise.

Thomas Williams – 1964 Junior Champions

A momentous occasion in the history of Cullyhanna football will be commemorated later this month as a special reception takes place in the club on Saturday 29th November at 8 30pm to recognise our 1964 Junior Championship team on the 50th anniversary of their victory. This was of course was Cullyhanna’s first ever adult championship and we look forward with pride to hosting those who were involved. A complimentary Buffet supper will be served. This promises to be a night of great entertainment and nostalgia and we welcome all family, friends and members of the 1964 heroes, as well as the community at large.

Shane O’Neill’s GAC

Minor Girls

Our minor girls were in action in the Ulster championship on Sunday afternoon against Tyrone side St Macartans in Augher and they put in a great display to claim the win by twenty-three points, 6 – 18 to 1- 10. The Shanes made a blistering start and had a total of 2 – 5 on the board before St Macartans registered their first point and midway through the first-half the Shanes led by eight points, 3 – 6 to 1 – 4. The Camlough side scored a further four points to take a healthy twelve point advantage into the half-time interval. Early scores in opening minutes of the second period saw the Shanes increase their lead to seventeen points but to their credit the St Macartans girls kept plugging away and fired over two quick fire points but the Shanes cancelled these out with a further goal and a point. The Tyrone side then notched up four points in a row but they were no match for the Shanes who finished the match in great fashion, scoring another 1 – 5 without reply to claim victory on a score-line of 6 – 18 to 1 – 10. The girls return to action on Sunday 7th December at 2.00pm with a home game in the semi-final of the Ulster championship against Monaghan champions Donaghmoyne. Training continues as normal this week.

Gaelic for Girls

Saturday morning saw the first session of the Gaelic for Girls programme with a total of forty-five girls from ages 8 – 12 taking part in what was a great morning’s fun. There are still places available for those wishing to join. The next session takes place next Saturday, 29th November from 11.00am to 12.30pm. The cost is £10.00 which includes a medal, t-shirt and certificate) and you can register by contacting Paul McArdle on 30889216 or (086) 8372082, or come along on Saturday morning. The programme continues for another seven weeks. Shane O'neills gaelic for girls

U14 & U12½ Boys Presentation

The presentation night for our U14 and U12½ boys will take place in the club next Friday night, 28th November at 8.00pm. All boys who played at these age group during 2014 are asked to attend.


Training for our U10 footballers continues every Friday evening in Cloughreagh Community Centre from 7.30pm – 8.30pm. All boys and girls at this age group are welcome and encouraged to attend.


Training for our U8 footballers continues every Friday evening in Cloughreagh Community Centre from 6.30pm – 7.30pm. All boys and girls at this age group are welcome and encouraged to attend.


Training for our U6s continues every Wednesday evening in Bessbrook Community Centre from 6.00pm – 7.00pm. All boys and girls at this age group are welcome and encouraged to attend.


The club’s Annual General Meeting takes place next Sunday, 30th November 2014 at 2.30pm. Anyone who has any interest in the club – current club members, past club members, current players, past players, underage parents etc – are invited to attend as the club prepares for another busy year.

Well Done

Well done to all our prize winners at the Armagh Ladies presentation on Friday night. Aimee Mackin picked up the award for the Armagh Minor player of the year whilst Leah McKeown was awarded the Armagh U14 player of the year. Louise Kenny collected her Ulster Championship winners medal and accepted the Senior League Division 2 and Minor Championship trophies on behalf of the club. Everyone would like congratulate Aimee, Leah and Louise on their individual honours and to all our girls for their achievements throughout the year.

Fundraising Poker Night

A Poker Night in aid of the senior men’s injured players fund will take place on Saturday 6th December at 8.00pm in the club bar – make sure to put the date in the calendar. More details regarding the entry fee, prizes, etc will be available soon


Last weeks winning lotto numbers were 1, 9, 19 & 21. There were no jackpot winners and 1 x match three winner. The jackpot now stands at £1600.


The club would like to offer its sympathy to the family of Pat Taylor who died recently. Pat was the grandfather of our underage footballer Ruairi Taylor. Sympathy also to the family of Oliver Lonergan who died at the week-end and was a great friend and supporter of the club.

O’Neill’s GFC An Port Mór


It’s that time of year again, the club’s Annual General Meeting. This year the meeting will be held in the club rooms on Monday the first of December at 7-30pm. The AGM gives members, players, supporters and parents a chance to reflect on the season that has passed and the one that is ahead. The club currently need new people to come on to the clubs committee and offer their time and opinions on the future of the club. The AGM is a chance for everyone to air their views so come along on Monday night and be part of your club.

Mass For Deceased Members

In association with Naoimh Mhuire Camogie Club, the club will be holding a mass for deceased members on Sunday Morning at 11-30am mass. This is a chance for members to pay respects to players and members that have passed away, remembering the work that they did throughout their lives helping making both clubs the clubs they are today. Members from both clubs will be taking part in the mass.

Wolfe Tone & St. Enda’s, Derrymacash

Commiserations to our two acts in the county Scór na nÓg semi-finals on Sunday evening in Maghery. Dáiríne McCaughley sang beautifully and was extremely unlucky in missing out on a place in the county final. She certainly did the club proud and we would like to thank Dáiríne for representing us. Go raibh maith agaibh to Odhrán, Matthew and Matthew who competed in the quiz as well, but just missed out by a few marks in a very low-scoring quiz, which reflected the level of difficulty. The boys will represent the club in the Armagh Scór na nÓg table quiz, which takes place on Sunday 7 December in the Athletic Grounds

If anyone would like to represent the club in Scór Sinsear for over 17 years old in Céilí dancing, solo singing, recitation, instrumental, ballad group, novelty act, set dancing or quiz, please contact our Culture Officer Seán Ó Maoilsté.

Oíche Bhronnta/ Presentation Evening
The annual Wolfe Tone and St Enda’s presentation evening will take place at the club on Saturday 29 November. The presentations will take place in the bar and light refreshments will be served. Entertainment will be provided afterwards with the popular Connor Armstrong returning. Make sure you make it down for a great night’s craic.

Cruinniú Bliantúil/AGM
The club’s annual general meeting will take place at the club on Tuesday 9 December at 7.30pm. Ten days before the meeting, the following will be available on the club premises: Agenda, Secretary’s report, Financial statement, List of nominations and List of motions for discussion. Tá sé tábhachatach go mbíonn an oiread ball agus is féidir ag an chruinniú seo. All members are asked to attend the AGM.

Comhghairdeas to Odhrán Magee, Oliver McConville, Jamie Haughey and the St Michael’s side who won the Rafferty Cup on Friday evening, following a narrow victory over Loreto College from Coleraine. Well done lads.


Camogie4Mothers continues this Thursday between 7-8pm at Centrepoint Sports in Lurgan. New participants are very welcome and no experience is necessary. Equipment will be provided and a good night’s craic is guaranteed.

An Ghaeilge/Irish language

Beidh ciorcal comhrá nua ann do dhaltaí GCSE ag an chlub. The club will be running an Irish language conversation group for GCSE students starting on Monday 1 December at 7pm. The aim of the group is to help GCSE students with their spoken Irish and will focus on the subjects covered in the syllabus. Cuirfear fáilte roimh dhaltaí ón chlub agus ó chlubanna eile chomh maith. Students from other clubs are also welcome to attend.

Last week’s lotto numbers (17.11.14) were 8, 11, 20 and 25. There was no jackpot winner and match three winners were Barry Mulholland and Meabh Magee. Sellers prize went to the bar and next week’s jackpot will be £5,650.

Crannchur Náisiúnta/GAA Club Draw
The GAA National Club Draw is back with more prizes than last year and therefore more chances to win. Prizes include trips abroad, weekends at All-Ireland football and hurling finals and semi-finals, shopping trips, vouchers and many more. Tickets are available from any committee member or from the bar and a number of club members will be selling tickets in a number of areas in Derrymacash. A ticket costs just £10 and every ticket sold will directly benefit Wolfe Tones and St Enda’s.

Cúchulainn CLG, An Mullach Bán


Come along and meet the Mullaghbawn players of the 1950’s & 1960’s on Sunday, November 30th @5pm in the clubrooms. Everyone is extremely welcome to attend this special occasion, as this year marks the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Senior Championship winning team. It is guaranteed to be a wonderful evening and there will be a buffet served. You can RSVP your attendance to Rosie on 07902837828 

Mullaghbawn 1964 Invite


Commiserations to our quiz team of Nathan Murphy, Mark McCann & Tadhg Baxter who bowed out at the semi-final stage of the Armagh Scór na nÓg on Friday past in Whitecross. Moya Strain, Laura Hughes, The Céili Dancers and The Instrumental Group were in action yesterday evening (Sunday) in Maghery in the second semi-final, the results of which were not available at the time of this press release. More details online and in next week’s notes. Well done to all of the acts who represented the club in Scór na nÓg this year! Please note that the Scór na nÓg county final has been moved to Saturday, November 29th @5pm in Killeavy.


On Friday, November 28th @7pm there will be a presentation evening for Underage Hurling teams, U8 & U10 Camogie teams, Gaelic for Girls, U6, U8 & U10 Football teams. On Saturday, November 29th @8pm there will be a presentation event for U12 & U16 Camogie teams, U16 ladies Football team, U12 & U14 Football teams. Please confirm the start time of the Saturday night event with any committee member beforehand, as it may be subject to change. We hope all of our young stars enjoy these celebratory events for their efforts over the past 12 months!


The main pitch (next to clubrooms) is now closed until the commencement of leagues in 2015. This is to facilitate ongoing maintenance works and to allow the pitch to recover. The training pitch is still fully operational


Club gear orders may be paid off by seeing either Rosie or Bernie or you can call with Bernie in the clubrooms on Sunday nights after 9.30pm.


Club Mullaghbawn is a fantastic way to contribute to the development of our club. Your contribution of £10 or £20 per month will help to raise much needed funds.


Cards continue on Wednesday @ 8.30pm in the upstairs lounge. Bingo starts downstairs @ 9.00pm, also on Wednesday. Everyone is welcome.

Under Age Fundraiser

On Sunday 9th of November Cú Chulainn CLG played host to a truly amazing line up of young talent from Mullaghbawn and surrounding areas.

Ceili dancers, comprising Amy Murchan, Jennifer McAteer, Orla and Aislinn Reel, Aoibheann McCann, Maria Magee, Anna Byrne and Sarah Byrne, set the tone of the event with lively solo dances and a team dance.

Katie O’Brien was next up, an inspiration to every 6 year old, with her rendition of Baidín Fheilimí.

Katie was followed by Elaine O’Sullivan’s under12 Grúpa Ceoil who enchanted the audience with a beautiful arrangement.Mullaghbawn 2014 SNN Quiz Team

Solo acts, including Moya Strain, Katie Donnelly and Thomas Muckian, commanded good order before Thomas was joined first by Míceal Muckian for a duet and then Niamh, Fionn Downey and Tomas O’Ceallaigh in the Instrumental group.

The second half started with the talented Sarah and Anna Byrne on harp and whistle followed by a brand new recitation composed by Pat McGeeney and performed by Laura Hughes on the theme of Ladies Football.

Aoife, Niamh and Tomás O’Ceallaigh gave a lovely set of tunes on their fiddles before Finbar Magee and Breige Quinn enchanted the audience with “Jimmy Crozier”, “My Belfast Love” and “Tullyvallen”, beautifully accompanied on fiddle.

Memories of the “Titanic Drums” event were evoked by Fionn Downey, Eamon O’Sullivan, Rene de Kat, Alana Flynn and Fergal O’Brien with a bodhrán piece, during which, Alana produced a stunning heavy shoed dance based on the piece’s rhythms, captivating the crowd. Titanic Drums has now over 33,500 hits on Youtube.

The evening ended with a highly polished performance from Cúpla comprising Emily Shields, Carol Hughes and Conor Murphy who have been receiving rave reviews following performances at Fiddlers Green, The Gig ‘n the Bann and Soma festivals. What an evening! Social networking sites have been busily conveying coverage of this event. Check out the Mullaghbawn club’s own website! The underage fundraiser clocked up a fabulous £2251 and ϵ 133. Thanks to the Mullaghbawn public for supporting this event so whole heartedly. Special thanks to Aidan Strain who gave a very generous donation towards this event and McCreesh’s for the raffle prizes. Acknowledgement is also due to Thomas Kelly for braving November weather to sell 300 tickets, the team on sandwiches and Pauline Shields for sponsoring the professional sound system.

Notaí Na Piarsaigh Óga C.L.G.


Sunday 23th November, 2014

Numbers drawn – 1, 4, 7, 18.

No Jackpot winner. Two lucky tickets matched three numbers, Mick Cassidy and Malachi Kelly winning £10 each Comhghairdeas líbh!

Next week – Jackpot £3550

If you are interested in lotto sales contact any committee member.

PEARSE ÓG LOTTO can now be done online. Go to & follow the link.



Social Club open every Sunday 12pm LOTTO DRAW takes place Sunday evenings 7.30pm.

Lorraine Scallon School of Irish Dance every Tuesday 5pm. New members welcome


Pearse Óg Ladies Pamper evening and Craft Fayre takes place this Sunday 30th November 3pm-6pm. Come along and get spoilt for Christmas. Adm.£5 – Tickets available from all Senior Ladies.


Tickets are now on sale for GAA National Draw. Great prizes! All proceeds go directly to club. Tickets can be obtained from any committee member.


The club’s annual A.G.M. took place on Sunday 23rd November at 3pm in our Social Club. Officers and committee members elected are as follows: Chairman P. Sanders, Vice-Chairman J. McKee, Secretary M. Cassidy, Assistant Secretary E.Clarke, Treasurer G. Davidson, Assistant Treasurer M.Toner, Registrar BJ McCay, Irish Officer C. Dougan, Joint P.R.O. BJ McCay & M. Kelly, Youth Officer P.Turley, Players’ Rep. G.Barton jnr.

Committee – C. Rafferty, C. McLeod, G. Barton snr, V. Brady, E. O’Hagan, J Óg O’Kane, K. McQuade, D. Toner, H. McArdle, B. Carberry, L. O’Neill, D. Nugent, T. Davidson, C. Mallon, P. Jackson.


Beidh Aifreann na Gaeilge sa tséipéal i Scoil Phádraig, Ard Mhacha, Dé Sathairn 29ú Samhain ar 5.30 i.n.
Sa téarma seo, léifear Aifreann na Gaeilge gach Satharn suas go dtí 13ú Mí na Nollag

The weekly Irish language mass continues in the chapel at Saint Patrick’s Grammar School, Armagh on Saturday 29th November at 5.30pm.
Mass will be read this term up until Saturday 13th December.


GCSE Irish language conversation group every Thursday 3.45pm in Cathedral Road Recreation Centre organised by Cairde Teo.


Na Piarsaigh Óga Winter Academy will offer boys and girls 10-14 years old the opportunity to enjoy Gaelic football in a safe, fun and welcoming environment all FREE of charge.

The Academy aims to provide high class tuition from a pool of qualified and experienced coaching staff, developing the children’s football skills whilst enhancing their passion for our national game.

Focusing on developing individual skills and techniques, emphasis will also be given to building teamwork and FUN.

The Academy continues each Wednesday 6pm-7pm Cathedral Road Complex. Be prepared to welcome some surprise special guests! For more information contact Tony Davidson 07780954480.


Na Piarsaigh Óga Winter Academy for 15-19 years old will offer the opportunity to enjoy Gaelic football in a safe, fun and welcoming environment all FREE of charge.

The Academy aims to provide high class tuition from a pool of qualified and experienced coaching staff, developing the young players football skills whilst enhancing their passion for our national game.

This Academy will begin on Thursday 20th November 9pm-10pm at Cathedral Road Complex. All welcome.


Na Piarsaigh Óga Super Circuits continue each Monday 6.30pm upstairs at Pearse Óg park. This winter programme is fun and challenging incorporating CORE exercises for kids 12–15 years old, supported by experienced coaches and FREE of charge.


Na Piarsaigh Óga Girls U-10 & Up – Come along and get next season started, at Cathedral Road Complex on Thursday 20th November 6pm – 7pm. Learn some new skills and have fun! All free of charge! Bring your friends along too- everyone welcome!

U-8/U-10 FUN 5’s

Na Piarsaigh Óga U-8/U-10 Fun 5’s starts Sunday 30th November at Orchard Leisure Centre U-8 (P3-P4) 1pm- 2pm, U-10(P5-P6) 2pm-3pm and will continue for four weeks. Please bring appropriate footwear (indoors). Don’t forget your water and gum shield! All children P3-P4/P5-P6 are welcome


Na Piarsaigh Óga Super 6’s continues each Tuesday 6pm-7pm upstairs in Pearse Óg park. Nursery age-Primary 2. Everyone welcome.


If you are interested in coaching or have coached in the past and would like to get back involved in 2015 please get in touch with Paul Turley Youth officer 07771654559. All support at any age group would be greatly appreciated.

Cairde Na Piarsaigh Óga

Cairde Na Piarsaigh Óga payment is now due. Cairde members’ payments by DD will continue as normal. If you would like to join Cairde Na Piarsaigh Óga contact any committee member or leave your application into social club. For further details contact Club Secretary Mick Cassidy 07919566283.


All reports or articles for inclusion in Notaí Na Piarsaigh Óga must be submitted to BJ or Malachi before 9.30pm each Sunday for inclusion in that week’s edition. Contact BJ on 07562009907 email or Malachi 07718037760 email

Sarsfields GFC

Most Important Notices

Wednesday 26 November – Coaching for primary 1, 2 and 3 boys and girls in the Hall from 6pm to 7pm. Cost £1 per night

Friday 28 November – the club’s AGM will take place at 7.30pm

Saturday 29 November – Junior Scór County Final – 5pm in Killeavy

Coaching for primary 1,2 and 3 boys and girls will take place this Wednesday night 26 November in the Hall from 6pm to 7pm. Cost £1 per night. All children to bring £1 and a drink

The club’s new training facility will be opening soon. Anyone who would like to hire the facility can e-mail Francis Reynolds at to book a time. Bookings strictly by e-mail only. Times will be allocated on a first come first served basis

Latest News

Scór Na nÓg Results: Fionnuala Lennon (Solo Singing) has qualified to reach the Armagh County Final on Saturday 29 November in Killeavy at 5pm. Well done to the Ballad Group and Quiz team who both narrowly missed out tonight on places in the county final. Both teams gave great performances against tough opposition. Many thanks to Paula McStay and Sheenagh Smyth for all their work in promoting Junior Scór at the Club. Sarsfields 1

Congratulations to Sean McAlinden (captain) and Niall Skelton who were members of the St Michael’s school team who won the Rafferty Cup

General Notes

Club Sarsfields is seeking new members to assist with meeting the costs of ongoing development works at the club. Members make a monthly contribution to the scheme with all contributions going towards ongoing club development. The target is to reach 100 members by the end of the year to allow development works to be completed. Please speak to any committee member or team manager who will provide further details

Can all parents please note that construction work is currently ongoing at the field and no children are to be left unsupervised on club premises.

The club website is currently being upgraded. To access Sarsfields Club Notes please log onto The Official Armagh GAA website – Forums-Armagh Club Notes were all details of events happening at the club can be found

National Draw tickets are now on sale from any committee members costing £10. Sarsfields will receive all the funds from the ticket sales which will go directly to all football teams within the club. Please support this fund-raiser to ensure that the club can continue to sustain the running costs of all ladies and boys team within the club. Tickets will be available to purchase at the presentation night this Friday. Any tickets purchased will also be entered in an additional draw for Sarsfields members only for a prize of £100.


This week’s lotto numbers 5, 6,9,20 – 1 winner of the Jackpot – Olivia Robinson – Next week’s jackpot £500Sarsfields 3



Resumes every Sunday night 7pm

£5 entry. Jackpot Snowball £100 prize

Line £5 House £10. Everyone welcome


Starting back every Thursday

9.30AM to 11.30AM


Every Saturday

10 AM – 12.00PM Cost £2.00


Starting on Monday 15th September

For beginners and advanced

7.30 – 8.30PM Cost £3.00


Thurs 16th October – senior members

Thurs 23rd October – junior members

7.30 – 9.00PM Membership £2.00

Nightly subscription £1.00


Every Wednesday 11AM to 2.00P


Every Tuesday 8.00 to 9.00PM Cost £3.00


Every Monday 7.00 to 9.00PM


Montiagh’s Music and Drama Club starts back every Saturday 12pm – 1.30pm, £3 each week.

We have quite a year planned this year, beginning with a fundraising show in December, “Holy Boy” by David Palmer!

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