St Patricks Eve Irish Stew Night & Variety Concert on Wednesday 16th March from 7pm to 9pm presented by Kingdom Youth Club members and friends including music and song, story-telling and dancing; admission is free and all are welcome.
Thanks to all who helped with or attended the St Patricks Eve Irish Stew Night & Variety Concert and well done to all the entertainers who performed to such a high standard; they were Lisa Clarke, Nicola Clarke, Rachel Clarke, Ciarrai Connor, Kelcie Curran, Eve Doran, Aoife Killen, Sinead Killen, Caitlin Small and Sharon Rice.
At the An Riocht Annual Dinner Dance & Awards in the Balmoral Hotel, the following presentations were made:
Senior Camogie Player 2015, the Arterton Family Trophy, Emma Jane Magee
Senior Camogie Player Runner/up, Aine Fearon
Senior Footballer 2015, the John Morgan Memorial Trophy, Liam McVeigh
Senior Footballer Runner/up, Conor Doyle
Reserve Footballer 2015, Stephen Corr
Reserve Footballer Runner/up, Sean McArdle
U21 Footballer 2015 Ronan McAlinden
U21 Footballer Runner/up Adam White & Brian Rodgers
Young Player of the Year, the Conor Walsh Trophy, Deaglan Morgan
Club Volunteer of the Year, the Conal Baldwin Trophy, Joseph Donnan
Chairman’s Awards were presented to Camogie trio Patricia Clarke, Ronan Foley and Sharon Murnaghan in recognition of the resurgence of Camogie affairs in the Club and to Club PRO Jane Eakins for her work in promoting the Club in the digital age.
The Senior Camogs also presented Sharon Murnaghan with a bouquet and a voucher in thanks for her work with the team.
The Senior Footballers were also presented with their Championship Runners/up medals by County vice-chairman John Devaney.
Thanks to the Balmoral Hotel for the service provided and to guests Diarmuid Cahill Assistant Treasurer and John Devaney Vice Chairman Down County Board.