Monday 22nd 11am Men’s Shed; 6.30pm all underage camogie practice; 7.30pm u14 Gaelic Rostrevor v An Ríocht; Senior Gaelic; Senior Camogie; 9pm Lotto.
Tuesday 23rd 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, splash paints; 2.30pm Teen Summer Scheme with Start360; 7.30pm u14 Camogie An Ríocht v Dromara.
Wednesday 24th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, creating a club garden; 10.30am Youth Action Programme; 11am Men’s Shed; 2.30pm Teen Summer Scheme with Start360; 7pm IMPACT Youth Pharmacy Project – PIPS workshop; 7pm Kingdom 2 Croker meeting; 7pm Football Coaches meeting; 7.30pm Senior Camogie An Ríocht v Liatroim; 7.30pm Senior Gaelic.
Thursday 25th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, trip to Mount Panther Play Farm; 7pm Cycle for all abilities from Dunavil; 7.30pm Camogie committee monthly meeting.
Friday 26h 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, trip to Funtasia Water Park; 11am Men’s Shed; 5.30pm u10 Gaelic; 7pm Senior Camogie; 7.30pm Senior Gaelic An Ríocht v Glenn.
Saturday 27th Atticall u10 Gaelic tournament; 10am Ulster u16 Camogie Blitz in Mid Ulster Sports Arena Cookstown; 11am u6 Gaelic practice; 12.30pm u8 Gaelic practice; 5pm Premier Reserve Championship Burren v An Ríocht.
Sunday 28th 10am Breakfast at Dunavil; 11am u6 & u8 Camogie Blitzes in Ballygalget; 12pm u10 Camogie Blitz in Ballygalget; 11am u12 Gaelic Glenn v An Ríocht; 2.30pm Band practice; 8pm Bingo
Monday 29th 9.50am Men’s Shed Ulsterbus trip to Tollymore National Outdoor Centre; 6.30pm all underage camogie practice; 7.30pm u14 Gaelic Warrenpoint v An Ríocht; Senior Gaelic; Senior Camogie; 9pm Lotto
Tuesday 30th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, Water Sports Day; 7pm KYC ‘You’ve Got Talent’; 7.30pm u14 Camogie Shamrocks v An Ríocht.
The u14 Gaelic An Ríocht v Clann Na Banna did not take place.
The Reserve Footballers played Down Masters at Dunavil on Tuesday.
The Senior Camogs lost to Madden 2-15 to 5-10.
The u16 footballers lost in Bosco by double scores, 6-18 to 3-9.
In the Senior Gaelic St Johns v An Ríocht, we secured an away draw with a goal with the last kick direct from a free through a crowded goal mouth with 14 defenders on the line. It was no more than we deserved for an hour’s honest endeavour in difficult circumstances with thunder and lightning and torrential rain throughout. Ronan Campbell top scored with 1-6, all from frees, but also made two score saving blocks in his own square. Paul Allen, James Colgan and Ronan McAlinden brought experience and strength to the middle third and Christopher Flanagan had his best match yet in his progression from underage to senior.
Conor Doyle cut his holiday short to be there and popped up with a point and Ryan Spiers captained the side before emigrating to Australia less than twenty-four hours later; if we can motivate that sort of commitment things are moving the right way.
The u8 footballers attended a blitz in Ballykinlar on Saturday.
The u12 Camogie Blitz at Dunavil went well and we enjoyed games with Castlewellan, Portaferry, Dromara, Atticall and Kilcoo. Thanks to all the helpers who turned out on the day.
Cooley Camogs visited Dunavil in huge numbers on Sunday for a range of friendly matches from u8 to u16, thanks to the parents for supplying the food and to all the helpers who ensured the smooth running of the day.
The u12 Gaelic An Ríocht v Saval did not take place.
The All Ireland u16B Camogie Championship Down v Westmeath took place at Dunavil.
Highlight of the Summer Scheme was the trip to Jump Box, so popular we had to get a bigger bus. Also, the weather forced some improvisation on Wednesday when the heavy rain meant the Nature Hunt in Kilbroney became a trip to Coco’s indoor play area instead and on Thursday everyone made room names from Jumping Clay.
There is a push on to sell the unsold Home Bingos each week, if anyone can take as few as five bingos (£10) a week and sell them on then it would be a huge help; all the profit from Home Bingo goes to Camogie Coaching & Lifestyle programmes.
Week 50 (purple) Bingo House £200 Stephen Cunningham; Week 51 (blue) available from McVeighs Costcutter Dunavil, P&J Morgan Newsagent Newry Street, Rafferty’s Garage or the club.