Convoy

Spinning classes: Have you put on the pounds over xmas. Burn them off with the spinning classes. Spinning is a fantastic aerobic based fat burning workout on stationary bicycles in an invigorating group environment. We are offering an 8 week weight loss programme for beginners. Two classes for week. Health check. Healthy eating advice. Bike set to your requirements. Fully qualified and insured instructors. Tuesday & Thursday Mornings 10-15am – 11-00am; Monday, Thursday – Friday Evenings 7-00pm – 7.45pm. Contact 087-9180761 limited places available

Spinning classes: Have you put on the pounds over xmas. Burn them off with the spinning classes. Spinning is a fantastic aerobic based fat burning workout on stationary bicycles in an invigorating group environment. We are offering an 8 week weight loss programme for beginners. Two classes for week. Health check. Healthy eating advice. Bike set to your requirements. Fully qualified and insured instructors. Tuesday & Thursday Mornings 10-15am – 11-00am; Monday, Thursday – Friday Evenings 7-00pm – 7.45pm. Contact 087-9180761 limited places available

Friday Sale: Every Friday: 2-4 pm St Ninian’s Hall, Convoy, New & as good as new, Clothes – Books – Bric-a-brac , Furniture – Jewelry & Toys. Proceeds in aid of Donegal Hospice & St Ninian’s Church

Convoy Boxing news: The Convoy boxing club had five boxers in action last week in two separate championships. Mark Lafferty and Brian McNamee were up first in the Donegal novice championship’s on Sunday the 9th. After a brave contest Mark Lafferty lost out 4 points to 2 against Carndonagh’s Liam Bradley. Next in it was Brian McNamee with another all action display to beat Carrigarts Killian Sheridan 7 points to 1 for his second title of the season. Three more boxers were competing in the highly regarded 9 county championship’s in Belfast on Tuesday 11th in a semi final match up at boy 4.54kg Peter Morris drew Clonmany’s Gerard Callaghan, after three close fought rounds the Clonmany man advanced to the finals were he won by first round knock out. Irish champion Mark McElhinney 66KG beat Conal McGuiness of Down to claim his third nine County titles in a row. At youth 2 50kg’s Lee Boyd lost to Antrim’s 2 time nine county champions John McKay on the judge’s score cards. Convoy A.B.C would like to wish the Ulster team the best of luck next weekend when they travel to Edinburgh to compete against the Scottish National side, Convoy Club coach Dominic McCafferty will be coaching the Ulster side for the trip.

Give Blood: Blood Donation Clinic - Clinic Times Wedensday 2nd, Thursday 3rd February 2011 from 2.30pm to 4.45pm & 7.00pm to 9.30pm @ Jackson’s Hotel Ballybofey. (Please Note No Friday clinic this time). Help ensure essential blood supplies are always available by giving blood regularly

Convoy Notes: Convoy & District Development Association are always keen to include local events and happenings in the Convoy Notes on an ongoing basis. Please forward any information to convoydda@eircom.net or call into the CDDA office we are also available on 074 91 01820