Ulster Football Féile 2012 – Sat 26th May

Dungiven have two teams taking part in the 2012 Ulster Football Féile this Sat 26th May. Derry are hosting it this year.

Dungiven ‘A’ are in Division 1 and are hosting Castleblayney (Monaghan), Denn (Cavan) and Letterkenny (Donegal). Games will be played at the Club Pitch with the first game starting at 10.30am.

Dungiven ‘B’ are in Division 4, and will be hosted in Drumsurn along with Ballymacnab (Armagh), Castledawson (Derry) and host club Drumsurn. The first game in Drumsurn will be at 10.30am.

Continue reading to see full fixture lists for both teams.

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Club Notes 21/05/2102

Club Lotto 27th May 2012
This week’s lotto numbers 16,17,20,26.
No Jackpot winner
1.x £20 Winner
Niamh Kelly.

Thank you to all our collectors and to everyone who purchased lotto tickets. Your support is very much appreciated.

Senior & Reserve Football
St Canice’s Senior footballers hosted Greenlough on Sunday in round 6 of the league,which St Canice’s won 1.17 – 1.12.
St Canice’s Reserve Footballers also took both point in a scoreline of 1.13 -1.10.
Well done to both panels.

Dr Kerlin Cup 1st Round on Wednesday Night, St Canice’s defeated Craigbane 2.16 -0.09.

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“A Night With George” Review about the Play…

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Tickets Still available click – here

From the opening of the production, there is a definite sense that this is a narrative in the form of Shirley Valentine, but from a West Belfast perspective. As the audience find their seats, they are greeted by tunes from Cyndi Lauper and Dolly Parton. It’s evident that this play is either about a night on the tiles with the girls, or a girly night in with a vodka and coke. It turns out to be the latter. As Bridie Murphy (Donna O’Connor) returns from a night out carrying a recently-stolen cardboard cut-out of George Clooney, it is clear that she has a story that she wants to tell George. She comically narrates various incidents in her life, from meeting her rioting husband, Seamus, to working in an Accident and Emergency department. With a very dead-pan sense of humour, particular to Northern Ireland, she presents the audience with a humorous account of a life during and after the Troubles.

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