Senior Football

Both our senior men and senior women are now back in training ahead of their respective new seasons. Mick Mackin, Cathal Quinn and Stephen Mooney have taken the reins for the senior men, whilst Seamus McParland is the new man at the helm for our senior ladies. Best of luck to both teams and their managers as they continue preparations for the coming year.

Last Man Standing

The Last Man Standing competition began at the weekend but it wasn’t a good few days for almost half of the entrants as their ‘expert’ team selections fell at the first hurdle. but there are still quite a few who have made it through to next weekend. The club would like to thank all those who entered the competition, it is greatly appreciated and we would also like to thank all those who have helped organise it - not an easy task.

Club Bar Clean Up

The club is organising a general clean-up of the bar area on Wednesday evening @ 7.00pm and if anyone is willing to lend a hand then they are more than welcome to come along.

Armagh GAA Club Draw

The very successful Armagh GAA Club draw is running again in 2020. The draw takes place over 4 months - March, April, May and June - with 16 prizes on offer each month. The first prize each month is £10k, right down to a 16th prize of £200.

Tickets are priced at £100 each with £80 from every ticket going directly to the club after we reach our minimum target of sales. They can be bought by paying the £100 up front or 4 monthly instalments of £25 per month.

Tickets can be purchased from any of our committee members and the more tickets we sell, the more money the club raises. We are encouraging all our club members, families and friends to purchase a ticket either individually or maybe as a group of 4 friends or family members clubbing together at £25 each.

It is a brilliant opportunity to raise much needed funds for the club whilst also being in with a chance of winning some fantastic prizes.

Yoga at the Shane’s

Have you ever thought about trying yoga....well now you can every Tuesday evening in Shane O’Neill’s club @ 7.00pm. You don’t need to be a particular body type or have a certain level of fitness to participate....all you need is a willing mind and a mat. The first sessions takes place this Tuesday evening, 14th January @ 7.00pm. The cost is £50 for 8 weeks and everyone is welcome.

Time for Me

The Rural Health Partnership is holding a 4 week Time for Me programme in the club, beginning on Thursday, 30th January @ 7.00pm. The programme is aimed at learning skills to relax and unwind and costs just £10 for 4 weeks which is payable on the first night. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Shane O’Neill’s Community Walkway

If you fancy burning off the turkey after Christmas, want to begin the New Year by getting fit or just want to blow away the cobwebs our community walkway is open to everyone and anyone who wishes to avail of the facility.


Last week’s winning lotto numbers were 3, 13, 23 & 32. There were no jackpot winners 1 x match three winner. The jackpot now stands at a very impressive £5,250.

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