Awards Night

awards night

Our Under 14 and 16 girls celebrated the end of their year along with our Under 14 boys at Lisburn Bowl on Friday night. Well done to all of our young people who made excellent progress throughout the season despite some tough times on the pitch. You are a credit to all of your families and the Club.

Thanks to all of the mentors who work tirelessly to provide games for our youth. Thanks also to the parents who were able to attend as well, your support is vital. Without our coaches and parents we wouldn’t be able to field at any age and we would like to thank you for your hard work.

Special mention to Dermot Doran and Kiera Phillips who took on both the Under 14 and 16 girls teams. The effort you both have put in has been second to none and it can not be understated how much this is appreciated by the players and the Club.

Well done to our Under 14 boys management also who made great progress as the year went on. Training continues every Thursday evening in Crumlin Leisure centre for under 12 to 16.

Special mention to all of our county representatives in 2018. You have been great role models to everyone in the Club this year and you should take pride in your achievements, very well done!

County Representatives:

Ladies: Ellen Morgan, Naomh Steele, Ana Mulholland, Mollai Mulholland, Cara McKevitt, Orlaith McAllister and Lily Curran

Boys: Fiontán O’Boyle, Conal Hanna, Shay O’Neill


***Award Winners***

Under 14 boys: 

Player of the Year – Eugene Clenaghan

Most Improved – Finn Shannon

Endeavour Award – Daniel Hamill

Under 12 Girls:

Player of the Year – Sarah Fox

Most Improved – Phoebe Higgins

Endeavour Award – Ella O’Hara

Under 14 Girls: 

Player of the Year – Mollai Mulholland

Most Improved – Raichel Mullholland

Endeavour Award – Cara Duncan

Under 16 Girls:

Player of the Year – Orlaith McAllister

Most Improved – Meabh Bradley

Endeavour Award – Cassie Shannon











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For those travelling to the Scór Sinsir Ulster Semi Final on Saturday 9th March the address for St.Clare’s Hall is:

St. Clare’s Community Hall
55 Chapel Rd
BT29 4LX
Co. Antrim

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