Big well done to Sophie Colgan and Laura Brennan

A big well done to Sophie Colgan and Laura Brennan who helped New York Camogie to victory in the GAA World Games in Dublin last week.








Kingdom host a Safe Driving programme ‘No Need 4 Speed’ in September and October.The project aims to raise awareness of road traffic dangers among young people of driving age. This will be achieved by working with 12 young people, statutory agencies that deal with road traffic collisions, dealing with stereotypes of young drivers and risk taking behaviour and advice from a mechanic on vehicle maintenance and the provision of free driving lessons.


The project will run over seven sessions:

Session 1. Introduction. Ice Breakers. Contract. Responsibilities.

Session 2. Youth & Community. The pressures youth face. Stereotypes. Peer Pressure. Gender Awareness. Risk Taking Behaviour. The Causes of Reckless Driving.

Session 3. Road Traffic Accidents. PSNI Road Traffic Unit. Impact of Road Traffic Accidents. Car Crime. Road Safety Awareness. Awareness of Driving Laws. Speed Limits. Drink Driving. Illegal Driving. Underage Driving. Insurance, MOT and Tax. Restrictions. Consequences. Case Studies.

Session 4. Road Traffic Accidents.Input from Fire & Rescue Service. Input from Ambulance Service. Demonstrations. Cutting Open a Car. Emergency First-Aid.

Session 5. Car Safety and Maintenance Skills.

Session 6. Exploring Highway Code and Practice.

Session 7. Evaluation, Social Activity (Formula Karting).

Those who complete the programme in full will receive a certificate, and financial assistance with driving lessons. This is a ‘whole community’ project and Kingdom welcomes interest from young people who may not be regular attendees of Kingdom. Anyone interested should call out to the club and speak to Lee. This project is funded by ARCS.

Share your experiences about the fishing Industry

Are you available at the moment?

Would you be interested in appearing in a BBC current affairs programme?

The BBC is looking for someone willing to find out what it is like to work in the local fishing industry and to share their experiences. 


You would need to be free for two to five days this August.

(Please note, this is not a drama or acting position)

If you’re available and want to know more please contact the club or

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Young Volunteers

Does your club wish to increase the number of young people volunteering or are you a young person currently volunteering with your club? 

If so, GoldMark could be the programme for you. 

Ulster GAA is a proud delivery partner of the GoldMark Programme, which is a programme led by Volunteer Now aimed at promoting and recognising sports volunteering for people aged 14 to 24 years old.

GoldMark is a simple programme which requires young volunteers to keep a Volunteer Record that is signed off by a club coordinator and Ulster GAA coordinator. It builds on the success of Millennium Volunteers and is part supported by the Department of Education.

Young sports volunteers are awarded for 50 hours, 100 hours and 200 hours of volunteering. The 200 hours award is an award of excellence signed off by the Minister of Education.

GoldMark awards can be used in job applications and for University/College applications.

To get involved in GoldMark or to learn more about the programme email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call 028 3751 7180.

For further information on the GoldMark Programme, check out this video:

Minister for Infrastructure to visit Dunavil

Chris Hazard MLA Minister for Infrastructure (formerly Department Social Development) will be at Dunavil approx. 3pm on Friday to among other things look at traffic calming measures on the Dunavil Road.

Summer Scheme highlights - 25th July 2016

The Summer Scheme highlights were the sea animal models created by the children at the Jumping Clay workshop; the trip to the Butterfly House in Seaforde; and the visit by Carnival Puppet & Magic Show who put on a marvellous show. Meanwhile all week a group of pre-teen boys were away on a cross community residential at Glebe House.



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Upcoming Activities

Wednesday 18th

11am Men’s Shed; 6pm Ladies Circuits; 7pm P1 to U12 Camogie Presentation Night; 7pm Kingdom Walkers from the Leisure Centre; 7pm All Together Now Disability Inclusion programme for aged 12+

Thursday 19th

6pm Irish Dancing; 6.30pm to 8.30pm Activities for aged 4 to 8 boys and girls; 7pm to 9pm Girls Club for aged 8 to 12 years; 7pm to 9pm Bridging the Divide Inclusion programme; 7.15pm visit from Mourne Youth Forum LOHAH group; 7.30pm U13 Football An Riocht v Clonduff; 7.30pm Senior Football Kilcoo v An Riocht 7.40pm Basketball Andersonstown Tigers v Knights at La Salle.

Friday 20th

11am Men’s Shed; 7pm Kids Movie Night; 7pm to 9pm Boys Club for aged 9 to 12 years; 6.30pm P6 Football; 7.30pm P7 Football

Saturday 21st 

7.30am Kingdom Walkers at Mourne Park; 11am P1/P2 Football; 12pm P3/P4 football; 3pm Birthday Party

Sunday 22nd

10.30am Breakfast at Dunavil; 11am U11 Football An Riocht Gaels v Ballyholland ‘A’ and An Riocht Ogs v Mayobridge ‘B’; 2.30pm Birthday Party; 8pm Bingo

Monday 23rd  

11am Men’s Shed trip to Tayto Tandragee; 6.30pm Secondary School aged Drop-in; 7pm Girls Club for First Year+; 7pm Dunaman Community meeting; 7pm P6 Football in the hall; 7.30pm Irish Language Beginners Class; 9pm Lotto

Tuesday 24th  


6pm Irish Dancing; 6.30pm to 7.30pm, Kilkeel Library presents Irish sources of local place-names by Gordon McCoy Irish Language Education Officer East Belfast Mission, everyone welcome (booking essential); 7pm Primary School aged Drop-in; 7.15pm Bootcamp.