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Youth Presentation Night
Nov. 30, 2017
The Youth Presentation Night was held last Sunday 26th November in the LCC Centre as we looked back on the exploits of our underage teams in 2017. We thank all our players, mentors, parents, supporters and sponsors for everything during the past 12months and we look forward to your continued support in 2018.
Award Winners were:
U10 Most Committed – Cairenn McGrath.. Most Improved – Serena McKeown.. Joint Player of the Year – Eve Barrett & Riona Keaney.
U12 Most Committed – Nathan Carroll Magee.. Most Improved – Siofra McAloon.. Joint Player of the Year – Sam Martin & Michael Burns.
U14 Most Committed – Gerry Nolan.. Most Improved – Daniel O’Connor.. Player of the Year – Emmett McGuinness
U13 Girls Most Improved - Mikayla Maguire.. Player of the Year – Sam Martin
U14 Girls Most Committed – Scarlett O’Connor & Cara Gray.. Most Improved – Scarlett O’Connor.. Player of the Year – Sinead Barrett
U16 Most Committed – Lawrence McKeown.. Most Improved – Oisin O’Loughlin.. Joint Player of the Year – Oisin Leonard & Lawrence McKeown.
Minor Player of the Year – Eoin Shiels.
Some Snaps of the evening
U10 Players of the Year Eve Barrett & Riona Keaney with Coaches Sharon Whitmore, Lucia Barrett & Aisling McAloon.. U14 Most improved Player Daniel O'Connor with Coach Emmet Scollan
U14 Player of the Year Sinead Barrett with Coach Paul McGrath.. The McKeown's from the Hill all pictured with their awards.
Family Affairs: The Martin's, Sam & Patrick and The Gray's, Eimear & Cara showcase their medals & awards
The O'Connor's, Scarlett & Daniel and The Keaney's, Aoife & Riona
The McGuinness' Ciara, Emmett & Rhianne and The McAloon's Siofra & Niamh
The Nolan's Ciara & Caitlyn and Eimear Magee with Mikayla Maguire
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