An Riocht News 1 May 2016

Raffle tickets are out at present in aid of Camogie funds. Tickets are £1 each or book of six for £5 and are available from ALL Camogie players and coaches for a large selection of prizes. The Raffle will be drawn at the Camogie Coffee Morning and Cake Sale this Saturday, 7th May, please ensure all ticket returns are made on time.

There are now over sixty young Camogs turning out each Wednesday for practice and this has put unprecedented pressure on the coaches to cope so we are calling on everyone to do their bit to help with either the U6 & U8 from 6.15pm to 7.15pm (perfect timing for those going on to Senior training at 7.30pm!) or with the U10 & U12 from 7.15pm to 8.15pm (for those not involved with Senior training).

Well done to Caomhan Campbell and James Reilly and the St Louis footballers on winning the Ulster Colleges McAvoy Cup on Friday beating Holy Cross Strabane at Clann Eireann Lurgan in the Final.

 

 

The Mourne League for U10 Football gets underway on Wednesday when An Riocht visit Ballymartin, then its Atticall at Dunavil, and Longstone away before fixtures are reversed; the whole thing will run for six weeks.

The Paul Farrell Memorial Cup, U14 Football Sevens, a feast of football with 20 teams from 8 different counties participating. Four Groups of five teams will play a round robin giving each team four matches before splitting into Cup and Shield competitions. The first games throw in at 10.30am, the knock out stages begin at 1.30pm with the Shield Final at 3pm and the Cup Final at 3.15pm. Tea, coffee, sandwiches and hot food will be on sale.
Group ‘A’: An Riocht (Down), St Peters Lurgan (Armagh), Seneschalstown (Meath), St Marys Aghagallon (Antrim), Magherafelt O’Donovan Rossa ‘A’ (Derry).
Group ‘B’: Aughlisnafin (Down), St Patricks Carrickcruppen (Armagh), Mullingar Shamrocks (Westmeath), Michael Davitts Belfast (Antrim), St Macartans Trillick ‘A’ (Tyrone).
Group ‘C’: Longstone (Down), O'Doirnin Blues (Armagh), Mullahoran Dreadnoughts (Cavan), John Mitchels Glenullin (Derry), St Patricks Saul (Down).
Group ‘D’: Bryansford (Down), Craigavon Eire Og (Armagh), St Marys Donore (Meath), Magherafelt O’Donovan Rossa (Derry), St Macartans Trillick (Tyrone).

Kingdom Men’s Shed @ Grange PS

The Men’s Shed were out at Grange PS during the week helping the pupils with the Environment Agency Challenge Programme.

 

This week the Men’s Shed are off to Glencolmcille, a coastal district in the southwest Gaeltacht of County Donegal for a range of activities over a two-day stay.

 

Kingdom Men’s Shed @ Grange PS as part of NI Environmental Agency Challenge programme

 

An Riocht Football Results for the past week - 1st May 2016

O Neills 2016 Down GAA All County Football League Division 2
Mon, 25 Apr,
An Ríocht 5-10 Clann na Banna 0-10
Fri, 29 Apr,
Annaclone 1-13 An Ríocht 0-13

2016 Down GAA All County Premier Reserve Football League Division 2
Sun, 01 May,
An Ríocht 2-15 Longstone 0-5

2016 South Down GAA Minor Football League (13 A-Side) Sponsored New Mourne Trophies
Tue, 26 Apr,
St Patricks  3-11 An Ríocht 2-9

2016 South Down GAA U12 Football League (Division 2) Sponsored by New Mourne Trophies
Sun, 01 May,
An Ríocht 4-10 Clann na Banna 6-4

Clara Killen wins April prize in Down GAA Club Draw

Clara Killen the latest An Riocht winner in the Down GAA Clubs Draw - Well done Clara

An Riocht News 25 April 2016

Kingdom Cleaning Crew for Thursday 28th April: Jane Donnelly Eakins, Julie Ann McAleenan, Sharon Small, Daiva Shepcar, Pat Doherty.

 

The Concussion workshop had a small but receptive attendance on Thursday, thanks to Gareth Thornton for facilitating this most important information session.

 

Raffle tickets are out at present in aid of Camogie funds. Tickets are £1 each or book of six for £5 and are available from ALL Camogie players and coaches for a large selection of prizes. The Raffle will be drawn at the Camogie Coffee Morning on Saturday 7th May.

 

 

There are now over sixty young Camogs turning out each Wednesday for practice and this has put unprecedented pressure on the coaches to cope so we are calling on everyone to do their bit to help with either the U6 & U8 from 6.15pm to 7.15pm (perfect timing for those going on to Senior training at 7.30pm!) or with the U10 & U12 from 7.15pm to 8.15pm (for those not involved with Senior training). 


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Upcoming Activities

Tuesday 12th

6pm Irish Dancing; 7pm Boys Club for aged 9 to 12 years; 7pm Primary School aged Homework Club; 7.15pm Bootcamp.

Wednesday 13th

10am Meeting @ Nautilus Centre; 11am Men’s Shed; 6pm Ladies Circuits; 6.30pm U13 Football; 7pm P1/P2 & P3/P4 Indoor Camogie; 7pm All Together Now Inclusion programme Information Night for aged 12+; 7.30pm Senior Football; 7pm Kingdom Walkers from Dunavil; 7.30pm Ladies of Mourne; 8pm U12 Indoor Camogie

Thursday 14th

6.30pm Relax Kids Fantasy Funland activities for 4 to 8 year boys and girls; 7pm P5/P6 Football v Warrenpoint at Dunavil; 7pm Girls Club for aged 8 to 12 years; 7.15pm Bootcamp; 7.30pm U16 Camogie; 8pm Basketball

Friday 15th

11am Men’s Shed; 7pm Kids Movie Night

Saturday 16th

8am Kingdom Walkers from Castlewellan Forest Park;  P5/P6 Football in Tullylish; 11am P1/P2 Football; 12pm P3/P4 Football; 12pm U12 Camogie An Riocht v Ballycran; 12pm U16 Camogie Championship in Atticall; 2pm Birthday Party

Sunday 17th

10.30am Breakfast at Dunavil; 11am U12 Football An Riocht v Banbridge; 2pm Birthday Party; 8pm Bingo

Monday 18th

11am Men’s Shed; 6.30pm P5/P6 Indoor Camogie; 7pm Bridging the Divide Inclusion programme Information Night; 7pm Girls Club for First Year+; 9pm Lotto

Tuesday 19th

 

6pm Irish Dancing; 7pm Boys Club for aged 9 to 12 years; 7pm Primary School aged Homework Club; 7.15pm Bootcamp