Hurling and Camogie Club

Camogie Awards Night 2023

The club has grown so much in recent years we’ve had to split the awards nights as we didn’t have a venue big enough to host everyone. Tonight was the turn of the camogs and apart from celebrating a great year of success the girls were also celebrating 30 years of camogie.  The awards ceremony was held in the F2 Centre in Rialto and it was great to see such a big crowd of players and parents.

After a brief overview of the history of camogie in the club,  Jack Murray hosted a round table with Jenny Kearns, Louise Brennan and their fathers who Patsy Kearns, Gerry Brennan who got involved back in the early days.  We also had some special guests from the Kilkenny and Dublin camogie teams who joined some of our juvenile players on another round table with Jack Murray.

Congratulations to all the award winners tonight and thanks to Eoghan Redmond for the photographs below

  • U11 Player of the Year 2023 – Abbie Jordan
  • U11 Most Improved Player 2023 – Altea Golaj
  • U11 Most Committed Player 2023 – Faye Mc Laughlin
  • U12 Player of the Year 2023 – Freya Mc Keon
  • U12 Most Improved Player 2023 – Una May Ward Burke
  • U12 Most Committed Player 2023 – Blanka Marek
  • U13 Player of the Year 2023 – Meabh Ramos Finnegan
  • U13 Most Improved Player 2023 – Eimear Dowling
  • U13 Most Committed Player 2023 – Hannah Poole
  • U14 Player of the Year 2023 – Skye Connellan
  • U14 Most Improved Player 2023 – Jenny Moffitt
  • U14 Most Committed Player 2023 – Marla Tait Bacon
  • U16 Player of the Year 2023 – Eliza Siegel
  • U16 Most Improved Player 2023 – Hannah Cummins Weiss
  • U16 Most Committed Player 2023 – Aoife Doogan
  • Sarah Carty award u11/12- Aoife Gallagher
  • Sarah Carty award u13/14- Lily Obeimhen
  • Sarah Carty award u16- Emma Chambers