Down GAA Draw tickets & An Riocht ‘Cow Pat’ challenge squares on sale now from the club or every committee member.
An Riocht Membership is now due and remains at 2016 rates which are Child (U18) £10; Adult £25; Senior Citizen £10; Family £60 (2 adults & unlimited children). With trips for underage teams and matches for senior teams coming up membership must be paid in advance. It takes five days for registration to kick-in so paying on the day of an activity is not an option. Everyone will only be registered once they have paid their membership.
Down GAA course for new football referees on Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 8th and Monday 13th February at 7.30pm in the Burrendale Hotel. Anyone interested let the Secretary know before Sunday.
There is a five-week Level One 'Caman Get Hooked' course at Pairc Esler from Tuesday 21st February to Tuesday 21st March.This is an excellent opportunity for the club to take advantage to up-skill our coaches.All participants must have completed their 'Caman Get A Grip' Foundation Award to take part on the Level One. There is a twenty-participant limit for this course and the deadline for course registration stating name, club, contact number and date of birth is 5pm on Friday 10th February but once the places are taken up they are gone so if interested let An Riocht Camogie Coaching Officer Veronica McGreevy know asap.
An Riocht Child Protection Course on Tuesday 28th February, put the date in your diary now!A Child Protection Certificate is a must for everyone coming into contact with young people under 18 years of age.
The South Down Table Quiz for aged 17+ will take place in Glenn on Friday 17th February. Anyone interested in taking part let Officer for Irish Language & Culture Dianna know or leave word at the office.
Well done to the Aine Fearon and Sinead O’Rourke on St Louis Ulster winning football side, Conor Clarke on St Pauls MacRory Cup playoff winning team and Kory Colgan who made the University of Ulster Sigerson Cup panel. Commiserations to Ronan McAlinden who missed out due to injury sustained in the McKenna Cup and Martin Clarke whose Queens side lost in the Sigerson to favourites DCU.
We have 16 new (£25) and 24 nearly new (£10) Camogie helmets for sale to Club members only.
Ladies of Mourne staged an interesting photo presentation on old Kilkeel at Dunavil on Wednesday past.