An Riocht Membership 2017 now due Child (U18) £10; Adult £25; Senior Citizen £10; Family £60 (2 adults & unlimited children).
Down GAA Draw tickets on sale from every committee member, £2-50 a week, prize fund £110,000; in 2016 An Riocht tickets won £8,300, it could be you!
An Riocht ‘Cow Pat’ challenge squares on sale now from the club or every committee member.
Important re-start dates for players:
Indoor Camogie for P1 & P2 on Fridays @ 6.30pm starting 20th January
Indoor Camogie for P3 & P4 on Wednesdays @ 7pm starting 18th January
Indoor Camogie for P5 & P6 on Fridays @ 7.30pm starting 20th January
Indoor Camogie for U12 (born 2005 & 2006) on Wednesdays @ 8pm starting 18th January
Wall Ball Sessions for U14 Camogs on Tuesdays @ 7pm starting 10th January
Wall Ball Sessions for U16 Camogs on Tuesdays @ 8pm starting 10th January
Wall Ball Sessions for U18 Camogs on Thursdays @ 7pm starting 12th January
Wall Ball Sessions for Adult Camogs on Thursdays @ 8pm starting 12th January
Indoor Gaelic for Seniors, Reserves & Minors (born 2000 or earlier) on Friday 6th January
Indoor Gaelic for U16 (born 2001 & 2002) on Tuesdays @ 7pm starting 17th January
Gaelic for U14 (born 2003 & 2004) on Sundays @ 12pm starting 8th January
Gaelic for U12 (born 2005 & 2006) on Sundays @ 11am starting 8th January
Indoor Gaelic for P5 & P6 on Mondays @ 630pm starting 16thJanuary
Indoor Gaelic for P3 & P4 on Saturdays @ 12pm starting 21st January
Indoor Gaelic for P1 & P2 on Saturdays @ 11am starting 21st January
Parents and family members have a very important role to play. We would encourage them to participate in club activities while their young people are playing our games. This will encourage them to keep coming back.
There will be a Child Protection Course (3 hours) at Dunavil in January. A Child Protection Certificate is a must for everyone coming into contact with young people under 18 years of age.
There was a most encouraging turnout for the ‘Camogie & Coffee’ event pre-Christmas, thanks to everyone who attended and here’s hoping there’s lots of new ideas and help once the season gets underway next week.
The fourth annual Christmas Dinner took place at Dunavil on Christmas Day, thanks to everyone who helped.
There were two well supported charity indoor football tournaments at Dunavil over the holiday period.
Continuing on the Camogie theme, huge congratulations to Lauren Clarke on her selection as an Ulster Colleges Camogie All Star.
There was a small but enthusiastic turnout for the table quiz on Wednesday with five teams taking part before the ‘five wise men’ won by a point. Thanks to everyone who helped or participated.