Our club will host the Derry County Scór na nOg on Saturday 12th November. 

Lip Sync

Lip Sync will take place on Saturday 26th November at 7.30pm. Tickets £10, and a large crowd is expected! 

Lotto 18/01/16

Lotto numbers drawn Monday 18th January

– 3, 12, 13, 21

£50 Winner Fergal Higgins Tobermore Rd.

Jackpot £550

Lotto 18/01/16

Lotto numbers drawn Monday 18th January

– 3, 12, 13, 21

£50 Winner Fergal Higgins Tobermore Rd.

Jackpot £550

GAA National Draw

National Draw tickets must be returned to Mickey McGovern no later than Friday 10th February. Mickey will be at the Gaelic Centre on Friday 10th @ 8:00 pm.

All Ireland Semi Final Tickets

All Ireland Semi Final Tickets:
Prices as follows:

Hogan Stand (No Concession) – €45/£42

Cusack Stand – €45/£42

Terrace – €30/£28

Family Tickets- Cusack and Davin Stands

Adults – €45/£42; Juveniles – €5/£5
Students & Senior Citizens (Cusack & Davin Stand Only):- 

Purchase full price tickets and get rebate of €10 with valid I.D. at Block D, Stiles 1 to 5 in the Cusack Stand (Rebate can only be claimed on entry into the stadium via BLOCK D)
All ticket orders must be in with club secretary Gerry McGuigan before this Sunday 13th August.

Smoke Free Club

St Martin’s GAC, Desertmartin inspired to go smoke-free.

With the backing of the Club Executive the Healthy Club team in St Martin’s GAC we have secured smoke free signage through a partnership between the GAA and the Public Health Agency.

The club launched the initiative on the 26th April by adopting the GAA’s Tobacco free policy and unveiling the smoke free signs which are erected across the club grounds.

People in attendance were delighted to see the club set a positive example in the community and increase the awareness about the dangers of smoking for the younger members.

Paddy Kidd the main coordinator from The Healthy Club team said “I attend many matches where people think it is ok to just light up and send smoke blowing into you face. I think we as a club need to do something to prevent this from happening as not only are adults affected as there are also children and young people in the stands. We are hoping that this will discourage people from smoking especially our younger members.”

“We feel this is a great initiative as it helps to protect our members and visitors from the dangers of passive smoking. It also sends a clear message to everyone especially our younger members that the club wish to promote healthy initiatives and therefore discourage anything that contradicts that ethos”

Through the GAA’s Healthy Club project approximately 50% of participating clubs have gone completely smoke free. Check out

Check out for more information on the GAA’s smoke free initiative and the Healthy Club Project.

Anyone who is interested in getting some support around quitting can visit

Sponsor a Player Round 5

This is where you can sponsor a player with direct debit payment online. The more sponsors the better to help with all the stuff needed to make this trip a success. Just click on one of the buttons and fill out the online form.

If you want to use PayPal instead click below. Remember to add player name on the form where it says “Write a note (optional)” With this option you can choose your donation amount.

There are other fund raisers going on at the minute too and you can keep and eye out for them too at

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