AN RIOCHT / KINGDOM
Monday 29 September
11am Men’s Shed; 5.30pm Indoor Camogie for P1 to P4; 6.30pm Indoor Camogie P5 to P7; 6.30pm Executive Committee meeting; 9pm Lotto
Tuesday 30 September
10am Circuits for Women, all ages welcome; 6pm Irish Dancing; 8pm Basketball; 8pm Ladies Group MeetingClarin’s Beauty Demonstration
Wednesday 1 October
10am Schools Camogie Tournament; 11am Men’s Shed; 6pm Circuits for Women, all ages welcome; 7pm Group Dance; 7.30pm Finance & Social committee meeting.
Thursday 12 October
6pm Irish Dancing; 8pm Fr Hennity will say Annual Mass for deceased members and friends at Dunavil.
Friday 3 October
KYC Senior Members residential at Todd’s Leap;6.30pm P5, P6 & P7 Indoor Gaelic at Dunavil
Saturday 4 October
U12 Camogie Tournament in Castlewellan; 11am P1 & P2 Indoor Gaelic at Dunavil; 12pm P3 & P4 Indoor Gaelic at Dunavil; 4pm U18 Football v Liatroim at Dunavil.
Sunday 5 October
10.30am Breakfast Club call in to Dunavil for a chat and a bite; 11am U11 Football v Drumgath at Dunavil; 8pm Bingo
Monday 6 October
11am Men’s Shed; 5.30pm Indoor Camogie for P1 to P4; 6.30pm Indoor Camogie P5 to P7; 6.30pm GAA Bullying Workshop in Banbridge; 9pm Lotto
The U8 Footballers enjoyed a great day out at thetournament in Moy.
The Senior Footballers came up short against Ballymartin in the IFC semi-final replay on Friday.
The Patsy Conkey and Sharon Morgan Camogie tournaments took place at Dunavil on Saturday with An Riocht winning the U16 grade and Bellaghy winning the U12 grade. Thanks to the 13 participating teams and to those who helped out.
Irish Classes restart Thursday 9th October at Dunavil.
Calling ALL Solo Singers, Recitations, Instrumentalists, Singing Groups, Quiz Teams, Dancers to participate in Scor Na nOg. Participants must be U17 years on 1stJanuary 2014; contact the Club for details.
Strictly Come Dancing is on Saturday 25th October at Dunavil; limited tickets go on sale from Wednesday (strictly over 18, ID required).
Result from Down Trocaire IFC An Riocht 2.14 Ballymartin 2.14
replay next Friday night in Pairc Esler
John Clarke point at end of game to level matters
Half time score An Riocht 2.06 Ballymartin 2.08
Rory Philips opened the scoring for Ballymartin with a goal after only 12 seconds. The sides were level after 8 mins 1-02 apiece. An Riocht scored their second goal after 18 mins with Rory Cunningham firing to the net to leave the scores An Riocht 2-03 Ballymartin 1-05. John Clarke added another point for An Riocht before John Fitzpatrick put Ballymartin back in front with another Goal. Ballymartin 2-06 An Riocht 2-04. Both sides added two more points before half time.
In the opening ten minutes of the second half Ballymartin added another 4 points to An Riocht's 1 to put a 5 point gap between the sides An Riocht 2-07 Ballymartin 2-12. An Riocht lifted their game and in the last ten minutes and fired over 4 points to put 1 between the sides with just a few minutes to play. Ryan McCullough then added 2 points for Ballymartin to once again put three between the sides with only injury time to play, and it looked as if Ballymartin would be going through to the IFC Final. However An Riocht lead by Paddy Cole and John Clarke fired over three points in injury time to level the game and force a replay. An Riocht 2-14 Ballymartin 2-14.
Scor Na nOg Calling ALL Solo Singers, Recitations, Instrumentalists, Singing Groups, Quiz Teams, Dancers.Participants must be U17 years on 1st January 2014
Contact the Club for details.
On Saturday the Social Footballers played in Aughlisnafin Sevens.. The tournament was run on a league format and An Riocht beat St Johns, Aughlisnafin and Ardglass and drew with Downpatrick to top the table. This meant we played St Johns again in the final of the cup, and in a very entertaining game St Johns came out on top.
Team: Adrian Annett, Declan Austin, Jerry Lee Cordell, John Donnelly, Ronan Foley, John Lavery, Mike Quinn, Paul Quinn, Shane Sloan, John Trainor.
Thanks to Aughlisnafin for the invite and a great days craic; next run out is the Saint Johns’ tournament on Saturday 27th September.
Entries to date include Ballygalget, Magherafelt, Ballycran, Bellaghy, Liatroim. Kileavey. Entries close 12 noon on Friday 19th September and fixtures and other details will be circulated to participants then.
Ladies Group Meeting Tuesday 30 September Clarin’s Beauty Demonstration
# Supporting Young People & Volunteering’ Wed 12 Nov 10am/4pm in Newry (Age 18+)
# ‘Perceptions & Definitions of Outreach & Detached Youth Work’ Thurs 25 Sept (Age 18+)
# ‘So this is Youth Work’ To Be Arranged @ Dunavil (Age 15+)
# Leadership in Youth Work for Young People’ OCN Level 1 (Age 15/17) (previously Senior Members Training) in Newry October / December
# Youth Trainee Leadership OCN Level 2 (Age 17+) in Newry October / December
# Rescue Emergency Care First Aid in Newry Sat 25 Oct (Age 16+)
# Youth Support Worker Qualification Sept to Jan starting 25th September (Age18+)
# Alcohol Awareness To Be Arranged @ Dunavil
# Child Protection Awareness To Be arranged @ Dunavil
ANY OTHER COURSES YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN –TELL US!
Wanted 4 young people aged 18/30 to attend a GAA Open Forum & BBQ from 730pm on Fri 26 Sept in the Burrendale Hotel. Contact the Club for details! We can all reap the benefits of nurturing the GAA in youth especially amongst those who do not play our games
KINGDOM YOUTH CLUB SENIOR MEMBERS MEETING 7pm TUESDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER. Please leave your book into the Club before Sunday 21stSeptember to be marked.
Fr Hennity will say Annual Mass for deceased members and friends at 8pm on Thursday 2nd October at Dunavil.
Irish Classes restart Thursday 9th October at Dunavil.
Strictly Come Dancing is on Saturday 25th October at Dunavil.
At the P3/P4 Football Tournament at Rostrevor, An Riocht won the Shield after matches with Longstone, Atticall, Rostrevor Ogs, Annaclone and Rostrevor Gaels.
Team: Ryan Campbell, Daegan Cordell, Liam Cousins, Jack Cunningham, Zac Curran, Oisin Davies, Conor Kelly, Shane Kelly, Oran McAleenan, Darragh McAlinden, Conor McConville, Paul O’Rourke, Luke Quinn, Luke Rafferty, Shea Rafferty, Michael Shields, Jayden White.
An Riocht’s U10 Camogs took part in a blitz in Clonduff on Friday evening playing 5 games against Kilcoo, Atticall, Ballyholland, Mayobridge and Clonduff. The girls played well on the evening and were defeated in only one game.
The team was Caitlin Small, Tori Herron, Katie Trail, Lauren Marsh, Rianna Walsh, Orla Mc Crink, Rachel Clarke, Amy Clarke, Caitlin Harper, Cerys Finnegan, Charlotte Wright, Kelcie Curran, Ella Murney and Shannon Marie Morgan.
The girls also had the opportunity to have their photo taken with the Down Camogs and wish them all the best for the All Ireland Final on Sunday in Croke Park (photo attached).