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Imeachtaí and Draw Results

• REPUBLICAN FUNCTION: Featuring the Irish Brigade. 8pm Friday 8 April, Transport Club, Clogher Road, Crumlin, DUBLIN. Organised by Crumlin CSC. Tickets €10

• OGRA SF FUNCTION: The Great Escape with Bik McFarland, Bobby Storey and Gerry Kelly + Spirit of Freedom. 9pm Friday 8 April, Farnham Arms Hotel, Main Street, CAVAN TOWN

• SF FUNCTION: Featuring Irish Brigade. 8.30pm Saturday 9 April, Marble Arch pub, Drimnagh, DUBLIN

• TUAM EVENTS: Saturday 9 April: Nation Building - Discussion of Prisoners experience and vision for Ireland. Function 9 April, Celtic Storm, The Wool Stores, Browne's Pub, Tuam, County Galway. Doors 9.30 Táille €5; Sunday 10 April, Parade. March to the site of the 1923 executions of The Tuam Martyrs. Ex-POW speakers and representative from Basque Solidarity Group. Assemble at 12 noon, 1916 Monument across from Cathedral. March to Dublin Road Memorial site. All cumainn and solidarity groups welcome. Bring banners

• MARCH/COMMEMORATION: Sunday 10 April. Assemble at the 1916 Monument at Supervalue Car Park across from the Cathedral at March to the Monument on Dublin Road of the Six Men executed there during the Civil War 1923. A decade of the Rosary will be read in honour of those men's deep religious beliefs at 1.00 and wreaths will be laid. Ex-POW speakers and representative from Basque Solidarity Group also. All cumainn and solidarity groups welcome. Bring banners. Reception after at Tuam Stars GAA Complex. On Saturday evening 9 April there will be a reception at the Rustic Vaults function room, Quinns Pub from 7-9 when the public is invited to meet the speakers and hear first hand of conditions that prisoners have to endure during times of conflict. There will also be a poetry reading accompanied by acoustics from an eminent local artist. Later that evening Tuam SF will be hosting a fundraising event at the Wool Stores behind Browne's Pub. Celtic Storm will entertain the crowd and entry fee is €5. For more info contact Joe Desmond 087-9919412 or [email protected]

• MEMORIAL MASS: In memory of the late Oliver de Brún (3rd Ann), 12 noon, Thursday 14 April, St Hal's Chapel, Camden Town, LONDON

• PUBLIC TALK: Cork Political Culture during the War of Independence. An answer to Eoghan Harris, Peter Hart, Kevin Myers and others by Dr Brian P Murphy OSB. Incorporating the launch of The Catholic Bulletin and Republican Ireland by Dr Brian P Murphy. 8pm Friday 15 April, Imperial Hotel, South Mall, CORK CITY

• ANTI-DRUGS PICKET: 12-1pm Saturday 16 April, Dolphin's Barn Bridge, DUBLIN. Organised by logue/Marley SF Cumann

• SF FUNCTION: Featuring the Spirit of Freedom and RFB, and DJ. 8pm Friday 22 April, Molloy's pub, Tallaght, DUBLIN. Táille €10

• REPUBLICAN COMMEMORATION: Crossbarry Ambush commemoration. 7pm Sunday 24 April, the Monument, CROSSBARRY, County Cork. Cainteoir, Derek Warfield (formerly of Wolf Tones) . Dinnéar agus ceol san Óstán Munster Arms BANDON, County Cork. Fáilte roimh chách. Eagraithe ag an coiste comóradh Cilmhichíl/Crosabharraigh

• VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: For Volunteer Hugh Hehir. Assemble 2.30pm Sunday 1 May, National School, CLARECASTLE, County Clare and march to Hill Cemetery. Speaker: Seán Oliver, Belfast

• REPUBLICAN FUNCTION: Featuring The Irish Brigade. Friday 6 May, Sail Inn, CLOGHERHEAD, County Louth. Tickets €10. Organised by Clogherhead Sinn Féin. Information Contact Sineád 041 9873823

• PHOTO EXHIBITION: North Inner City Folklore Project in Dublin is organising a photographic exhibition, titled Looking Back, to be shown this September at the Belvedere Youth Club on Lower Buckingham Street. As part of that exhibition, which will document the history of the area in photographs, archivist Terry Fagan is seeking pictures of Belfast newsboys, who regularly played football against the Belvedere Newsboys Club in Dublin from the 1930s to the 1950s. Anyone who may have relevant material to lend is asked to contact Terry Fagan at +353 87 9210673. All material will be guarded with his life, copied and promptly returned

• REPUBLICAN MATERIAL: Kevin O'Reilly has materials and documents relating to republican history, from 1798 to the present day, available for anyone organising exhibitions around the country. Some of the material is already framed and under glass. Those interested in organising exhibitions in this, Sinn Féin's centenary year, should contact Kevin at (049) 9522625

• FOR SALE: White Premier Bass Drum, Beautiful condition, new heads. Very clean 12 x 28 £180. Also 4 leather drums straps £60. 2 Premier side drums and leg rests would suit learners or female players (will sell separately) £140 pair. Phone Vincent 07731-647058

South Derry Republican Draw Results

Week Three:1st Prize: £300, Winning number: 0248 V McMullan, Castledawson; 2nd: £100, 0502, K. Taggart, Magherafelt; 3rd: £50, 2082, B McWilliams, Maghera; 4th: £50, 0746, C. Love, Ballyronan

Week Four: 1st Prize: £300, 1837, J McErlane, Clady; 2nd Prize: £100, 2130, J Hasson, Bellaghy; 3rd: £50, 1320, P McKenna, Maghera; 4th: £50, 220, S Brady, Ballymaguigan Bonus prize every 10 weeks of £500.

Week Five: 1st: £300, 1590, R Brolly, Ballinascreen; 2nd: £100, 1504, C. Convery, Maghera; 3rd: £50, 1485, C. McNally, Ballinascreen; 4th: £50, 2202, J Gallagher, Bellaghy

Week Six: 1st: £300, 0249, P Mullan, Hillhead; 2nd: £100, 0709, S McNeill, Newbridge; 3rd: £50, 0213, S McLough, Gulladuff; 4th: £50, 0244, S McLuaghlin, Hillhead

South Down Memorial Committee. Lotto

Draw date 4/4/05. Winning no. 3,6,9,10. Jackpot Next week £1,050. This weeks winners: S Harris, Downpatrick; E Clarke Downpatrick; Pól O'Broin

Donegal SF Lotto

Winning numbers 30 March: 7,8,22,23. No jackpot winner. 4 match 3 numbers wins €25. Grainne Hession, Clonmany; Gabriel Murray, Mountcharles; Hugh Sweeney, Carrigart; Margaret McGlinchey, c/o Newton SF. Jackpot €700

Blanchardstown SF lotto

Winning nos 3,9,22. 5 x €15 consolation prizes: ann molney, Colm Hamill, Ann Kelly, M Kinsella, c/o Rose, Roy Agar. Next week's €640


1st: Ernie Butler, 2nd: Andrew O'Connell, 3rd: Dermot Murphy, 4th: Jason Pane.


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