Monday 13th 9.30am Camogie in St Colmans; 11am Men’s Shed; 9pm Lotto
Tuesday 14th 10.15am Camogie in Gaelscoil
Wednesday 15th 11am Men’s Shed; 7pm Senior Football (pitch); Aged 15+ Camogie (hall); 7pm Healthy Club meeting; 8pm Down Draw ticket meeting
Thursday 16th 7.30pm Coaching the Football Coaches with Philip Kerr; 7.30pm Ireland Lights Up, community walks around Dunavil field.
Friday 17th Camogie in St Colmans; 11am Men’s Shed; Coaching the Camogie Coaches with Paudie Butler (Dublin); 7pm Senior Football (hall); Aged 15+ Camogie (pitch)
Sunday 19th 9.30am Breakfast; 9.15pm Aged 15+ Camogie @ Castlewellan; 9.30am Senior Football (pitch); 8pm Bingo
Monday 20th 11am Men’s Shed; 7pm Club Officers meeting in Burrendale; 9pm Lotto
Home Bingo £200 House Winner Stephen Cunningham. Home Bingo on sale now from Morgan’s Newsagents, McVeigh’s Costcutter, Rafferty’s Mace or the Club.
Down GAA Draw tickets on sale now from any committee member; win up to £110,000 for just £2.50 per week!
Keep Saturday 25th January 10am to 1pm free for An Ríocht Registration Day.
GAA Child Protection will take place on Tuesday 28th January from 7pm to 10pm and Foundation Football Coaching course will be on Saturday 1st February from 9.15am to 4pm.
Tickets now on sale for An Ríocht Dinner Dance Saturday 8th February in the Whistledown Hotel, music by Infinity, start the season on a high!
Well done to the 13 Club Volunteers who attended Ulster GAA Club Officer training in Bessbrook on Thursday past.
Thanks to GAA Tutor Philip Kerr for facilitating a Coaching Course for Coaches on Thursday, Philip will be back this week and its not too late to get involved, contact Football Coaching Officer Thomas Sloan for details.
There is a Healthy Clubs sub-committee meeting on Wednesday at 7pm; Healthy Club Officer Barney McCartan is recruiting and if it sounds like something you want to contribute to then come along or contact Barney if you can’t make it. The Healthy Club sub-committee ensures that the club fosters a culture that promotes health & wellbeing among club members & the local community by promoting the work the club already does while developing new health promoting opportunities through achievable actions. It’s a wide-ranging topic and we want to hear your ideas or concerns.
Kingdom Youth Club
Monday 13th 7pm to 8pm Boxing for all ages with Legends Fitness; 7pm to 9pm ‘You, Them, Us’ cross community programme aged 14 to 16 years.
Tuesday 14th 11am to 12pm Chair Yoga; 6pm to 7pm Irish Dancing; NO Safe Driving tonight; No Youth Club tonight.
Wednesday 15th 10.30am to 3pm Get Set aged 16 to 24 years; 7pm to 9pm Drop-in aged 12+.
Thursday 16th 7pm to 9pm Young Women’s and Young Men’s Groups aged 11 to 13 years.
Friday 17th 6.30pm to 7.30pm Boxing for all ages with Legends Fitness; 7pm to 9pm Drop-in for all ages.
Sunday 19th 2pm to 4pm Birthday Party.
Monday 20th 7pm to 8pm Boxing for all ages with Legends Fitness; 7pm to 9pm ‘You, Them, Us’ cross community programme aged 14 to 16 years.
Tuesday 21st 10.30am Future Proof meeting; 11am to 12pm Chair Yoga; 6pm to 7pm Irish Dancing; 7pm to 8.15pm Safe Driving; 7pm to 9pm Boys Night & Girls Night, both aged 7 to 10 years.
Thanks to NIFRS & PSNI for facilitating the Safe Driving project last week with the use of Virtual Reality headsets.
The ‘You, Them & Us’ project is a 10 week programme for 14 to 17 year olds including a trip to Crumlin Road Gaol and the Peace Wall Murals in Belfast and creating a mural at KYC; this educational cross community project aims to address issues around different cultures and traditions and is led by the young participants with assistance from youth support staff. If it sounds like something you may be interested in then call out, everyone is welcome to join in.
The ‘Young Women’s Group’ will have sporting activities at its core over an 8 week period with emphasis on how sport benefits your mental health. Young people are more commonly affected by anxiety and depression, eating disorders, conduct disorder, substance use disorder, ADHD and autism. However, a new review shows that the benefits of sport for mental health include preventing problems from arising and promoting positive youth development to treat mental health problems once they exist. Sport improves your mood, reduces stress and depression and boosts self-confidence. If you want to get involved then call out, everyone is welcome.Tweet