Z 2015 Underage Presentations

St.Joseph’s GAC Glenavy 2015 Underage Presentation.

The club held its annual underage presentation recently in a packed St.Clare’s Community Hall. It was great to see so many mums and dads present to support their children. Vice-Chairman Aidan Hamill welcomed everyone and thanked the team managements of the various teams for the time and effort they put in to help the young players develop their skills. Aidan also thanked the parents for their support throughout the season particularly with transport to away games and for the general help they gave around the club. It has been a very successful year for the teams with the U12’s winning their league, U-14’s reached the league final; the U-16’s won the shield with the minors winning the Antrim B league and reaching the B championship final.

There were three categories of awards for each team.

1 Player of the year

2 Most Improved player.

3 Best endeavour.

U-14 Girls Football: 1 Beth Hamill; 2 Cara McKevett; 3 Eve McStravick.

U-16 Girls: 1 Bronagh Forester; 2 Becky O’Neill; 3 Eve Cafolla.

U-12 Camogie: 1 Louise Mulholland; 2 Hannah Rose Campbell;  3 Rachel Mulholland.  

U-14 Camogie:1 Niamh Steele; 2 Rachel McAreavey; 3Hannah Heenan.

U-12 Footballer:1 Darragh Doherty: 2 Finn Malley; 3 Darragh Armstrong.

U-14 Footballer: 1 Joint Anthony Gallagher & Aodh O’Neill;  Anthony O’Hare; 3 Sean McCambridge.

U-!6 Footballer: 1 Liam Henry; 2 Aaron McGarry; 3 Peter McCambridge.

Minor Football: 1 Alex Gallagher; 2 Jamie Grant; 3 Shane Cormican.

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