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Club Notes (Week commencing 13/02/12)

posted 15 Feb 2012, 07:05 by Shaun-Marty Lawless   [ updated 15 Feb 2012, 07:06 ]

Ballyhegan Davitts CLG Nótaí Chlub

Week commencing 13/02/12

Club Lotto

Draw # 47: 13/02/12      -     3,     4,    13,     23


Killian Morgan wins the pot of - £3600

Congratulations Killian!

Cardiac Rick in the Young - CRY

There will be a CRY Screening clinic at the University of Ulster's Jordanstown campus on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th of February.  Please note there is no charge for people getting screened.

Screening is open to young people aged between 14 and 35 years of age. A CRY cardiologist is in attendance to read the ECG and Echocardiogram, if an Echo is required. If any further medical referral is needed, the Cardiologist is on hand to offer expert advice.

CRY encourages everyone to get screened particularly those involved in sport. They have requested that coaches and parents encourage young people that have not yet been screened to do so.

To book a slot at the clinic, go to:



Underage Registration Night

Registration for all Boys and Girls from Primary 1 to U18s will take place in the Ballyhegan Clubrooms Friday February 24th 7pm. Underage membership remains at £10.

A lot of effort has gone into the organising of this event. Please spread the word and come along to support the night.



Book Sale

For those who missed out on the book sale last week. You will have another chance to pick up bargain at the underage registration night, Friday February 24th.

There is an incredible selection of books available – well worth exploring!



Senior Men’s Re-grading

Our senior men’s team has been regarded to the Junior League & Championship and we’ve been drawn against Killeavy IIs. Find the full draw here:


For more information on the league structure visit:



New Merchandise

Ballyhegan beanie hats for sale, perfect for training in these arctic conditions. Only £10, contact Mary or Tony Keegan

Scarves to follow…



Ballyhegan and Kilmore Community Heritage Association

The explorations of heritage in a small community frequently relies on the stories of people and events which may be found further afield than in a local townland, however, TONIGHT AT 8 PM IN KILMORE PARISH CENTRE Monsignor Raymond Murray will have as his subject: Father James Coigly of Castleraw.


Monsignor Raymond Murray, a priest of the Archdiocese of Armagh has been editor of Seanachas Ard Mhacha – Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society for many years In addition he has compiled a Biography of Father Coigly and authored several pamphlets on aspects of the administration of justice.   




Pilates in Ballyhegan Club Rooms - Wednesday Nights at 8pm. Cost £5.

There are a limited number of places available, so please book your place in advance with Laura on 07864858322.


What you will achieve from PILATES:


*Longer, Leaner Muscles

*Core Strength & Stability

*Injury Prevention

*Relief from Stress & Back Pain

*Better Posture

*Improved Balance & Co Ordination

*Enhanced Athletic Performance



Walking Track

Just to remind you. The walking track lights are on every Tuesday & Thursday nights from 6pm – 8pm.

Please take advantage of this safe and well lit facility.

If there is anyone interested in the walking club, please contact Leo Marley or any committee member.



Armagh Yearbook

The club still has a limited number of Armagh Yearbook’s available for £10. Please get in touch if you’d like a copy.



Club Survey

In the coming weeks a survey will be distributed to households around our local community. I’d like to urge everyone to take some time to complete the survey. It will help the committee of Ballyhegan Davitts CLG to plan for the future, gauge community opinion & harness the talent in our local area. Remember it’s your club!



Clothing Bank

A clothing bank now resides in the club car park. This is a new initiative to raise cash for our club, so we’d like to urge our members & local community to deposit any unwanted clothes and textiles. The items will then be exported across Europe and Africa. By doing so the club will get a donation for every bag of clothes recycled. Thank-you in advance for your help and support.




·         All types of Clothing (Adult, Children & Baby)

·         Bags, Shoes, Hats & Belts

·         Towels, Curtains & Bed Linen



Club Merchandise

The GAA Store are now stocking the club jersey along with a full range of leisurewear which includes soft shell jacket, hooded top, shorts & socks. These are available in store and online at the link below:




Seat For Life

To help finance the development of the Athletic Grounds, a scheme whereby the general public can buy a “Seat For Life” has been launched. The bonus for our club, is that we will receive £25 from each seat sold. For more information see the MyArmagh website:



@ The Club-rooms:


Zumba Dance class (Ladies Only)                           -               Monday 8.30pm – 9.30pm

Adult Irish Classes                                                       -               Tuesday 8pm

Pilates (Please Book – Laura on 07864858322)  -               Wednesday 8pm (from February)

Youth Circuits (Secondary School)                           -               Thursday 7pm

Flood-lit Walking Track                                                               -               Tuesday & Thursday 6pm – 8pm

Adult               Circuits (Suitable for ALL Adults)                    -               Thursday 8.15pm

Irish Dancing School                                                   -               Saturday 10am - 11.30 am




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