*Lower Mourne (Longstone/Glasdrumman) U-21s played on Sunday against Kilcoo in Glasdrumman. At half-time the score was 0-6 to 0-6. The second half turned out to be an exciting period of football and the visitors just edged the tie on a 1-14 to 1-11 scoreline. It was a very good Lower Mourne team performance against a strong Kilcoo side. Last group game is this week away to Shamrocks with a date still to be confirmed, with further progress in the competition still possible.
*Cardiac Screening: There will be a CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) Screening clinic at the University of Ulster's Jordanstown campus this Saturday and Sunday, November 26-27. 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. 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. If club coaches are interested in taking their players to this clinic, then please contact Damian Young, 07843 171293, as soon as possible.
*Zumba with Lisa continues in Longstone Hall on Wednesday evenings (tonight) from 7-8pm. Everyone welcome.
*Mourne All Blacks ABC are holding a big Boxing Exhibition Fight Night this Friday in Longstone Hall at 8pm sharp. Admission is £5 and everyone welcome.
*Annual Juvenile Awards Night, football and camogie, U-8 to U-16, in Longstone Hall next Friday, December 2 at 7.30pm.
*No Youth Club until Friday, December 9, due to events taking place over the next two Fidays.
*The AGM of Longstone GAC will take place on Sunday, December 4, at 7.30pm in Longstone Hall. All members and supporters are welcome.
*The Irish language tv station, TG4, are running a poll on their website, www.tg4.ie, to find out the Football Goal of the Year for 2011. The programme will show all the goals of the year on Christmas Day at 6.10pm. Goto the website and Vote for Mark Poland v Armagh, May 30 in the Ulster championship. It is a terrific goal!
*There is a considerable amount of clothing, coats, jackets and jumpers, in Longstone Hall which has been left behind this year. The items can be collected from the Hall any night and anything not claimed before Christmas will be passed onto a charity.
*Numbers 5, 16, 25, 27. Three matched 3. Sunday’s Jackpot £5100.