2011 St. Maurs Players Awards

February 18, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

Julian

The Annual Players Night was held last Saturday where the Club hall was full to capacity for a sell out function.The night was compered by Colm Leonard and started with Darragh Bollard on the bagpipes playing the National Anthem and then the audience was addressed by the Club Chairman Gerry Foley.

Our Adult Hurlers were first up to be honoured on the night with both the league and Championship titles under their belts the team won alround them this season.Hurling player of the year went to a very popular choice in Morgan Doran.
The Camogie Players who came second in their league were next up for presentations after being called upon by their team manager Peter Conway and rounded off with Eleanor Foley awarded Camogie player of the year.
The Ladies Footballers were presented with awards next after being introduced by the team manager Mick Harford followed with Rebecca Jones being awarded Player of the year.

Mark Kelly spoke on behalf of the Minor Players and announced Graham Martin as the Player of the year with the award of the teams Clubman of the year going to Stephen Carty.

Barry Armstrong the team manager spoke on behalf of the third team and announced Ray Rennick as the recipient of the player of the year award.
Derek Farren the team manager was next up and spoke of the achievements of the second team and the cooperation recieved from the first tean management throughout the year.Derek announced David Mc Guinnes as the player of the year and gave a special mention to John Kelly for his dedication and service to the team and club.

Alan Durnan the team manager gave a rousing speech where he thanked all those who helped and supported the first team in its efforts to capture the second division title and gain promotion for the first time in the clubs history.Alan introduced the players with Ronan Mc Guire being awarded the Player of the year.Alan went on to give a special mention and presentation to the team sponsor Joey Walsh of Walsh's Bar.A very special presentation was then made to a very special player Julian "Sweets" Sweetman who this year retired after giving sterling service at all levels to the Club and was awarded with a framed Club jersey.
Honour was then paid to the Adult players on the Dublin panels and the following were listed amoungst those competing at this level David Cahir,Eadoain Mc Guinness, Olivia Leonard, Danny Byrne, Luke Fletcher, Ciaran Reddin with a paticular mention going to Craig Harford who won an All Ireland title with DIT Dundalk.

The night was rounded off with the presentation of the perpetual Paddy Fagan trophy for the Club Man of the year being awarded to the very Popular recipient Mick Harford.

 


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