An Riocht club notes

August 06, 2019


Monday 5th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, Basketball with Sherman Hall; 11am Men’s Shed; 6.30pm all underage camogie practice; 7.30pm u14 Gaelic; Senior Gaelic; Senior Camogie; 9pm Lotto


Tuesday 6th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, Basketball with Sherman Hall; 7.15pm u18 Gaelic Liatroim v An Ríocht; 7.30pm An Riocht Executive committee meeting.


Wednesday 7th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, Basketball with Sherman Hall; 11am Men’s Shed; 6.30pm Fitness Test; 7pm IMPACT Youth Pharmacy Project – Graffiti Art; 7.30pm Senior Gaelic; 7.30pm Senior Camogie Championship An Ríocht v Portaferry in Drumaness; 7.30pm u12 Gaelic Glenn v An Ríocht.


Thursday 8th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, Basketball with Sherman Hall; 7pm Important meeting, all coaches, assistant coaches and coach assistants are asked to attend; 7.30pm u16 Gaelic Iveagh Gaels v An Ríocht


Friday 9th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, trip to Jumping Jacks indoor soft play area; 11am Men’s Shed; 5.30pm u10 Gaelic; 8pm in Burren, Senior Football Championship An Ríocht v Kilcoo


Saturday 10th u10 Gaelic tournament at Longstone; 10.30am u6, u8 & u10 Camogie with Mayobridge at Dunavil; 11am u6 Gaelic; 12.30pm u8 Gaelic; 1.30pm u12 Camogie Blitz in Dromara.


Sunday 11th u6, u8 & u10 Camogie in Cooley; 10am Breakfast at Dunavil; 11am u12 Gaelic An Ríocht v Glenn; 2.30pm Band; 4pm Birthday Party; 8pm Bingo


Monday 12th 11am Men’s Shed; 6.30pm all underage camogie practice; u14 Gaelic Clan Na Banna v An Ríocht; Senior Gaelic; Senior Camogie; 9pm Lotto


Tuesday 13th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, pizza / bun making; 7.15pm u18 Gaelic An Ríocht v Longstone; 7.30pm u14 Camogie An Ríocht v Ballyholland


Down Draw July Winners £50 each Christopher Morgan and Eamon Mulholland.


In the u14 Gaelic Warrenpoint v An Ríocht, we won and again v Clonduff to claim the South Down ‘B’ League Shield.


At the u14 Camogie Shamrocks v An Ríocht, we won 5-9 to 5-1


The u6, u8 & u10 Camogs visited Ballyholland for some friendly games.


The u16 footballers won in Shamrocks.


At the Senior Gaelic Carryduff v An Ríocht, we could not sustain a strong start and either side of half time conceded 2-8 to 0-2 to go 0-6 to 2-10 into arrears, eventually losing 1-11 to 2-14.


At the Ulster u12 Camogie at Tyrone GAA Centre we enjoyed games with St Pauls Belfast, St Patricks Derry and St Brigids.


The u12 footballers took part in the Ned Toner tournament at Castlewellan.


The u8 Gaelic team took part in a tournament in Longstone.


The Men’s Shed attended the Tollymore National Outdoor Centre in Newcastle for the launch of a ‘Get High’ project which offers a ten-week programme linking five steps to wellbeing in a recreational sport situation. The project will be built around use of the ‘Hot Rock Climbing Wall’; while not suitable for all Shedders’ participation, all are welcome to attend and it provides an ideal opportunity for new more active Shedders to get involved. Anyone who may be interested or want to find out more should call out any Monday, Wednesday or Friday to the Shed. This project gets underway in September.


Jennifer and Aedin attended the PCSP in Newry and there will be exciting news soon arising from that.


The visit of Lego Builders and the visit to Dublin Zoo were the highlights of the Summer Scheme last week.


The first heat of KYC ‘You’ve Got Talent’ took place on Tuesday past.


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 52 (green) Bingo House £200 Sinead Kerr; Week 53 (purple) available from McVeighs Costcutter Dunavil, P&J Morgan Newsagent Newry Street, Rafferty’s Garage or the club.


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