POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 06 Feb 2017 12:29 PM
5th February 2017 Leo Lowry passed away peacefully. Beloved husband of Sheila and dear father of Manus, Aideen, Sheila and David. 

Leo's remains will leave his late residence, 49 Glenveagh, Hilltown entrance via Spelga Park on Tuesday at 11.15am for 12noon Requiem Mass in St John's Chuch, Ballymaghery, Hilltown. Interment afterwards in adjoining cemetery. 

St Padre Pio pray for him. 

Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, sons, daughters, sons-in-law Mike Grimshaw and Emmet Kelly, daughter-in-law Ann, grandchildren Orlaigh, Sinead, Eimear, Ellen, Lorcan and entire family circle. 

Family flowers only, donations in lieu if desired to Southern Area Hospice, c/o the family. 

POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 06 Feb 2017 12:06 PM

The Southern Health and Social Care Trust today thanked the local community for their generous donations over the past 18 months. 

Over half a million pounds of voluntary donations and gifts was spent on equipment and services that will directly benefit patients and clients.  

Non-Executive Director Siobhan Rooney, Chair of the Trust’s Endowments and Gifts Committee said: “I would like to thank our local community for the donations and gifts they have generously made to services across the Trust. 

“Patients and clients have benefitted greatly as we can buy things that we would otherwise be unable to purchase such as; emergency clothing, additional hoists and high back chairs for wards and patient areas, as well as workshops, games, providing reflexology for patients and many more items. 

“Every donation large or small to our facilities and services is greatly appreciated. Endowments and Gifts funds are used on items to ensure patient comfort and extra equipment to enhance safe and quality care. 

“There are also numerous donations in memory of family members which have gone directly to facilities including day centres for adults with learning disabilities; services for older people and children and young people’s services.” 

POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 06 Feb 2017 11:59 AM

 Mooneys Lounge regain too spot

 
Division 1: 
Mooneys Lounge 5 Savages bar 1
Mooneys Lounge took on Savages bar on Friday night, savstravelled the short distance with thier heads high after a great draw against last week's league leaders O'Tooles. Mickey Croskery beat his nephew Jimmy Rooney for 1-0, this have Mooneys momentumand took the next 4, Eamon Clarke bearing M.Johnston, Alan Henderson beating Joe, Silver beating Colly Brennan and Jim Mc Nally 116 checkout beating Sean Croskery, Paul Valentine saved the white wash with a super game against Alan Cochrane. 
 
Lighthouse 3 O'Tooles 3.
Otooles traveled to Ardglass looking to improve from last week's draw, however the lighthouse were no push over. Connor Branniff, Paul Gilchrist, and Keiran Shields all winning for O'Tooles, Steven McCraken, Gerard Delaney and Danny Murphy getting a vital point for the light house. 
 
Gallaghers 1 Anchor bar 5.
The Anchor took control of this game from the off, taking the first 5 on the trot with each 2-0 wins, Kris Stratton, Pat White, Eamon O'Sullivan (180), Niel Collins and Paul Walsh, Ricky McAtter won the last for Gallagher to save the white wash. 
 
Division 2: 
Englishs bar 3 Bridge bar 2
With both teams only having 5 players it was essential to take control early, Donal O Connor won the first, but Mickey King replied with the best darts of the night from both divisions, winning 2-0 (180) 120 checkout 15 darts. Aiden Murray and Stephan Kearney both won to give Englishs the win. 
 
Mooneys Bar 2 Annsborough club 4
Mooneys Bar hosted the Boro , the first 4 games want the way of the home side with Mark McCann, Gerard Russell, Snuff from the town and Stephen Croskery all getting wins. Gerard Steele and his favourite nephew Rocky befor his rants stopped the whitewash. 
 
Four roads 3 Mullholland 3.
A very tight game from the score sheet, Garry O'Reily have the traveling side the lead despite great darts from Wayne Killan, the home side took the next 2 with Andy Hughes and Adrian Greaves, Ollie Doyle made it 2-2. Adrian Smith gave the home side advantage going into the last but David Trimble with a great last leg earned the traveling team a walk earned draw. 
 
Please see the Website for this week's coming fixtures.
 
The league would like to send it's condolences to Marty McMullan on the tragic loss of his brother Aidan. Thought with the entire McMullan family at this time. May he rest in peace. 
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 06 Feb 2017 11:51 AM
Senior Men
Our senior men continue to train three times per week as they continue their preparations for the upcoming season.
 
Shanes Gaelic For Girls
Shanes Gaelic For Girls programme continued on Saturday morning with a fantastic total of 64 participants enjoying a varied range of skill drills and fun games under the guidance of our senior ladies’ players. The programme continues next Saturday morning at 11.00am at the field.
 
Minor Boys
Training for our minor boys continues this Thursday evening at 7.00pm sharp at the field. The minor league starts on 3rd April, the first round of the championship is scheduled for 7th August with the shield competition also scheduled for August.
 
U16 Boys
Our U16 boys have amalgamated with Correnshigo and Lisummon for the coming year and will be called Patrick Rankins. Training for the U16 boys begins this coming Thursday night, 9th February at 6.00pm in Correnshigo. All our U16 footballers are asked to meet at the Shane's at 5.40pm sharp on Thursday evening. The U16 league starts on 6th April, the first round of the championship is scheduled for 11th May with the shield competition scheduled for August.
 
U16 Girls
Circuit training for our U16 girls continues this Tuesday evening 31st Jan from 6.30pm to 7.45pm in Bessbrook Community Centre.
 
U14 Boys
This year our U14 boys have amalgamated with Correnshigo and Lisummon and will be known as Patrick Rankins. On Monday night, 6th February, all U14 players and their parents are asked to attend a meeting in the Shane's clubhouse at 7.00pm, to meet the players from the other clubs and discuss plans for the year ahead. The draw for the Féile competition was made last Thursday night and saw our U14 amalgamation drawn at home against St Enda’s in the Shield competition on Saturday 4th March at 2.00pm. The winners of this game will face either Tullysaran or Loughgilly Gaels. The league is due to start on 4th April, the first round of the championship on 2nd May with the shield competition scheduled for August.
 
U14 Girls
Our U14 girls continue indoor training this Wednesday evening from 7.30pm to 8.45pm at Cloughreagh Community Centre. Please contact Tara Byrne on 07397 540087 for further information.
 
U12 Boys
This year our U12 boys have also amalgamated with Correnshigo and Lisummon and will be known as Patrick Rankins. On Monday night, 6th February at 8.15pm, all U12 players and their parents are invited to a meeting in Lisummon clubhouse to meet the players from the other clubs and to discuss the plans for 2017.
 
U12 Girls
With our U12 girls’ management team now in place training will be getting underway within the next few weeks – keep an eye on the notes for more details.
 
U10s
Training for our U10 footballers continues on Sunday morning at 11.00am at the field.
 
U6s
Training for our U6 footballers continues this Wednesday evening at 6.00pm in Bessbrook Community Centre and all new boys and girls are welcome to attend.
Meabh O’Neill’s Camogie
Training for all camogs begins again this coming Tuesday evening, 10th January in the sports hall in St Paul’s from 6.00pm – 7.00pm. All new members from age 4 and upwards are welcome to attend.
 
Monthly Executive Monthly
The first monthly executive meeting of 2017 will take place in the clubhouse next Monday, 13th February at 8.30pm. All committee members are asked to attend.
 
Registration Morning
The club is holding a registration morning next Sunday 12th February from 11.30am - 1.00pm. The registration morning is for all players (senior & underage), members (current & past) and anyone else interested in becoming a member of the club. Membership rates are:
Senior Members: £30
Cairde Members: £15
OAPs: £15
U18s: £15 for 1st player and £10 for every other player
 
Scór Sinsear
If any club member over the age of 17 has any interest in representing the club in this year's Scór Sinsear in any of the following competitions:
1. Rince Foirne/Céilí or Figure Dancing
2. Amhránaíocht Aonair/Solo Singing - only one person required
3. Aithriseoireacht/Scéalaíocht Recitation/Storytelling - only one person required
4. Ceol Uirlise/Instrumental Music
5. Léiriú/Stage performance
6. Bailéad Ghrúpa/Ballad Group
7. Rince Seit/Set Dancing
8. Tráth na gCeist Ard Mhacha /Armagh GAA Quiz (3 person)
Please contact Mícheál Brady via email- michealbrady88@gmail.com
Referees Needed
If anyone associated with the club fancies becoming a referee and officiating at underage football (and earning a few quid along the way) please contact Brendy Osborne for further information.
Well Done
Well done to the Mackin sisters, Aimee and Blaithin, who were part of the Armagh senior ladies team which defeated Cork in the National League on Sunday afternoon. Well done also the Greg McCabe who was part of the Armagh senior men’s team which drew with Sligo in the National League on Sunday afternoon.
Cairde Sheáin Uí Néill
The club is actively encouraging more people to sign up to the Cairde Sheáin Uí Néill scheme at a cost £10.00 per month. This money goes directly towards club development schemes and over the past number of years has helped to upgrade the playing surface on the main field, construct a new training pitch, partly contribute to the new concrete driveway and will hopefully help to begin construction on the new walkway around the field.
At £10.00 per month we feel it is a very easy, worthwhile and beneficial scheme to sign up to. For further information, please contact Brendy Osborne (07543 806274) or pm the Shane O'Neill's Facebook page.
 
Lotto
Last week’s winning lotto numbers were 4, 9, 16 & 22. There were no jackpot winners and 4 x match three winners. The jackpot now stands at £5,000.
 
Condolences
The club would like to offer its sympathy to the family of Brenda Darcy from Bessbrook who has passed away. Mrs Darcy was grandmother to our former senior players Ronan and Gavin McAnulty and several other underage players.
POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sun 05 Feb 2017 02:21 PM

NEWRY POOL LEAGUE 2016/17

                         Vegas Cup  last 16

                      To be Played Tuesday

                             7th February

 

 

1.Johny Murphys v Hustlers

2.Bosco v Sheepbridge A

3.Bears  v Cavern

4.Orchard Bar v Dans Bar

5.Tj’s A  v Whitecross

6.Tj’s Tigers v Foresters

7.Trainors Camlough v McGuigans A

8.Nan Rices V Bye

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sun 05 Feb 2017 02:19 PM

            Newry Pool League

  League Fixtures for Thurs 09/02 /2017

 

Week  15            

 

Prem  Div            

Hustlers v CWC A

C/Cruppen v TJs Tigers

Whitecross v Sheepbridge A

(2 pts awarded) McGuigans A

TJs A v Bears

Bye – Orchard

 

 

Division 1                            

 McGuigans B v Ballyholland

J Murphys v Nans

(2 pts awarded) Windmill

Trainors Camlough v Bosco

Dans v TJs B

Bye – Granvue

 

Division 2

Sheepbridge B v Trainors Newry

CWC B v St Moninna

Indo B v Maddens

TJs C v Millvale

Foresters v Cavern

Boyds v Armaghdown

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sun 05 Feb 2017 02:12 PM

              Newry Pool League

  League  Results  for Thurs 2 /02 /2017

 

Week  14              

Prem  Div           

Orchard Bar v Whitecross (6-2)

TJs A v Hustlers  (5-3)

McGuigans A v C/Cruppen  (4-4)

CWC A v Bears (5-3)

Sheepbridge A v TJs Tigers (6-2)

Bye – Killeavy

 

Division 1                           

 Windmill v Ballyholland  (1-7)

Nans v McGuigans B (5-3)

Trainors Camlough v TJs B  (7-1)

Indo A  v  J Murphys  (4-4)

(2 pts awarded) Bosco (0-8)

Bye – Dans

 

Division 2

TJs C v Sheepbridge B  (2-6)

Maddens v CWC B (2-6)

Trainors Newry v Indo B (6-2)

St Moninna v Foresters  (3-5)

Millvale v Armaghdown (5-3)

Cavern v Boyds (6-2

POSTED By : NEWRY DARTS LEAGUE
Post Date : Sat 04 Feb 2017 06:11 PM

Newry Dart League

Sponsored by The CLARA Aporthotel Bulgaria

www.theclarahotelbulgaria.com

Results for Friday 3rd Feb...

Premier Division.

Gap of the North 5 v 3 Steps A 3

Ballyholland INF 1 v Indo A 7

Trainors A 5 v Cloughmor Inn 3

Lumpers Bar A 0 v The Wanderers 8

Magees A 4 v Gormans Bar M/Bridge 4

Bye- First & Last W/Point

Division 1.

Maddens Bar A 3 v Lumpers Bar B 5

Windmill Bar 6 v Quinns Camlough 2

Carrickcruppen GFC 3 v AOH Newry 5

CWC 8 v Bosco 0

Seasiders INF B 1 v Killeavy GAC 7

Bye- Railway Bar

Division 2.

3 Steps B 3 v Forkhill GFC A 5

Trainors Bar 2 v Dromintee GFC A 6

O'Hanlons W/Cross 7 v Ballyholland Harps 1

Ann's Army 5 v Bellinis 3

Glenn GFC 7 v Cornamucklagh House 1

Bye- Sheepbridge Inn

Division 3.

Doyles Camlough 3 v Shane O'Neills GFC 5

Slieve Gherkin 4 v Magees Bar 4

Port Bar 8 v Seasiders INF A 0

Trainors Newry 2 v Cavern Bar 6

Armaghdown Bar 5 v Howes Bar Omeath 3

Bye- Boyds Bar

Division 4.

Indo B 4 v Maddens Bar B 4

Seasiders INF C 5 v Dans Bar 3

Trainors Heroes 3 v Dromintee GFC 5

Forkhill GFC B 3 v Bears 5

Phoenix Bar 4 v Charleys Angels 4

Nan Rices 3 v Armaghdown Ladies 5

Newry Dart league has been notified that Lumpers Bar A are withdrawing from The Premier Division of the Newry Dart League with immediate effect. As they are finding it hard to get players to turn up.. All teams that were to play Lumpers Bar A will now be awarded a 8-0 win & 2Pts.

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Mon 30 Jan 2017 09:20 PM

 

                               NEWRY POOL LEAGUE

INDIVIDUALS PRELIMINARY ROUND

SPONSORED BY FLIGHTS BULGARIA

To Be Played Tuesday 7th March 2017

 

@TJ’s Table 1

1.Gary Powell (Bears) v Michael Feenan (W/Cross)

2.Charlie Broughton (Orchard) v Paul McAreavey (McGuigans A)

3.Chris McKeown (Foresters) v Sheila Johnson (Murphys)

@TJ’s Table 2

4.Malachy Maguire (Nans) v Gavin Murphy (TJs B)

5.Micky Langton (McGuigans B) v Tommy Lavelle (C/Cruppen)

6.Kieran O’Neill (Hustlers) v Barney Preece (Nans)

@TJ’sTable 3

7.Liam Bradley (Trainors) v Barry Murphy (Hustlers)

8.Larry McAlinden (TJs A) v Raymond McKenna (TJs A)

9.John Little (Hustlers) v Stephen Taggart (TJs A)

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Mon 30 Jan 2017 09:04 PM

              Newry Pool League

 League Fixtures for Thurs 2 /02 /2017

 

Week  14            

Prem  Div            

Orchard Bar v Whitecross

TJs A v Hustlers

McGuigans A v C/Cruppen

CWC A v Bears

Sheepbridge A v TJs Tigers

Bye – Killeavy

Division 1                            

 Windmill v Ballyholland

Nans v McGuigans B

Trainors Camlough v TJs B

Indo A  v  J Murphys  

(2 pts awarded) Bosco

Bye – Dans

Division 2

TJs C v Sheepbridge B

Maddens v CWC B

Trainors Newry v Indo B

St Moninna v Foresters

Millvale v Armaghdown

Cavern v Boyds