The U16 Camogs beat Mayobridge 4-3 to 1-6 after a tough match. The girls fought really hard and never gave up and have reached the League Playoff where they will meet Mayobridge!
Team: Andrea O’Neill, Caoimhe Leigh Spiers, Rachel Cunningham, Yasmin McCrink, Caoimhe McAlinden, Sophie Bowater, Cerys Clarke, Shannagh Campbell, Clare Fearon, Aoife McDowell, Ciarrai Connor, Eve Doran.
Subs: Caoimhe Donnan, Claire Ward.
The U18 Camogie An Riocht vBallygalget on Sunday morning was postponed due to the weather and is being re-fixed for midweek.
The U13 Footballers had a walk over Shamrocks midweek then the Ballyholland match at the weekend was postponed.
There was a P5 indoor football tournament with Warrenpoint on Friday evening with each club providing two teams and each team playing each other twice giving twelve group games in total followed by ‘A’ & ‘B’ Finals with each player receiving an identical medals and a goodie bag. Thanks to the sponsors for providing the refreshments - Rafferty's Garage Kilkeel, McVeigh's Eurospar Warrenpoint, Williamson's Nisa Rostrevor and Oonagh & Paddy Rooney -and to everyone who helped out. Subway Players of the Tournament: Logan Rooney & Padraig Clarke.
St Louis v St Malachys ladies football teams played at Dunavil on Thursday.
As part of the Positive Behaviour programme ICTA Martial Arts delivered a self-defence workshop at Dunavil.
An Riocht U14 & U16 Camogie and Football presentations are on Friday 4th November at Dunavil.
An Riocht Mass for Deceased Members & Friends is on Thursday 10th November at Dunavil.
An Riocht Dinner Dance is on Saturday 19th November in the Canal Court Hotel.
An Riocht Annual General Meeting is at 7.15pm on Wednesday 23rd November at Dunavil.
Nomination papers for the South Down GAA Convention and for their Awards Night are with the Club; anyone with nominations or motions should make them known asap before the forms are returned.
The Ulster GAA Club & Volunteer Conference takes place on Saturday 29th October. The theme is and includes workshops on volunteering, social media, fundraising, health and well-being, and culture and heritage. Club case-studies will be used to translate the theory into practice, highlighting what is working well in many clubs. Anyone interested in attending this important event contact the Club asap as it usually sells out.
Kingdom Men’s Shed present a talk on the "Connemara & Retriever" with Sean Patterson @ 11am on Saturday 12th November. Everyone welcome.
There is a trip to Ice Hockey at the Odyssey Arena on Saturday 26th November to see
four teams from the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division One, the top level of university ice-hockey in the United States, compete for the Belpot Trophy.
Last year’s inaugural tournament was an international success, seen on television in North America and Europe, and attended by over 20,000 spectators. The event, part of Boston and Belfast’s sister cities project, marked the first time that NCAA college hockey was played outside of North America.
Why not come along to your club for a free health check ie Cholesterol, Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar. Always a great evening, come along and meet your local Pharmacist on Tuesday 25th October, everyone welcome feel free to bring a friend. Light refreshments on arrival.