Kingdom Youth Club introduces a New Programme on Wednesdays at 7pm for six weeks for aged 11 to 13 and designed around suggestions from the young people in the club. Practical and impartial advice on healthy relationships and issues in young people’s lives. Anyone wishing to participate must complete a consent form from the club and return it before the programme begins. If you would like any more information, please feel free to contact Jennifer and Lee at the club.
Down GAA Draw tickets & An Riocht ‘Cow Pat’ challenge squares on sale now from the club or every committee member.
Anyone interested in sitting on a Planning & Physical Development sub-committee should contact Daniel Sloan or the Club before the first meeting on Thursday 26th January.
Anyone interested in photography, IT / Facebook, match reports, designing posters etc and willing to join a PR sub-committee please contact PRO Jane Eakins or the Club.
Anyone with any ideas on fund-raising, the wackier the better, please let us know.
There was a good turn-out for the first Registration Night last Thursday, it continues this week and next on Thursdays from 7pm to 9pm. All players, team mentors and Club administrators must be registered, it would be encouraging if parents and family members also joined up, contact Conor Morgan for further information.
An Riocht Membership is now due and remains at 2016 prices which are Child (U18) £10; Adult £25; Senior Citizen £10; Family £60 (2 adults & unlimited children).
As regards Camogie Registration Fees: for each Youth Member aged to 18 we pay €6 to Croke Park Camogie, €2 to Ulster Camogie, and €5 to Down Camogie that’s €13 per underage player; for Adult Players aged over 18 we pay €16 to Croke Park Camogie, €2 to Ulster Camogie, and €5 to Down Camogie that’s €23 each; for Non-Playing aged 18+ we pay €3 to Croke Park Camogie; in addition, County Boards still add their own levies which have to be paid.
Down GAA U21 Footballers trained at Dunavil on Friday.
There will be no Yoga class until further notice.
There were good turn outs despite the freezing weather for the U14 to Senior Camogie Wall Ball sessions which started last week and which continue for seven more weeks.
There will be a folk and trad night at Dunavil on Saturday 21st January with among others, the Shillelaghs, with music from 8.30pm to 11.30pm and a presentation to the Kevin Bell Repatriation Fund at 10pm; admission is by donation and all are welcome.