St. Brigid’s GAC, Belfast celebrated their 20th Anniversary with an amazing gala dinner at the Titanic Centre on Saturday night. The guests at the dinner included, John Horan, president of the GAA, Kathleen Woods, President of the camogie Association, Marie Hickey, LGFA President, Michael Hasson, Ulster Council chairman and Collie Donnelly, Antrim County chairman.
The night raised £8,000 for charity with the Cormac Trust, Deter, MND, (Anto Finnegan) Motor neuron disease, the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and OPT for Life amongst the beneficiaries.
The club would like to thank all of those who helped make the night happen: from the brilliantly cool Mark Sidebottom as host, our three esteemed Presidents as guests – John Horan, Kathleen Woods and Marie Hickey – to all of our generous sponsors, the ever-patient staff at the Titanic, The James Peake Experience, Conor Moore, Patrick Coyle for his design of the tickets and posters…and, of course, Frank Cassidy and the organising sub-committee of Marc Murphy, Patricia Lundy, Martin McCarney, Helen Graham, Claire Finnegan, Dermot Dowling, Declan Canavan and Conall Cahill for their incredibly hard work these past weeks.
Last – but most certainly not least – a massive thanks to every one of you who attended and made the night such a special one.
Here’s to the next twenty years!!
Members of St. Brigid’s ladies football team who attended the dinner.
Members of the St. Brigid’s Senior football team who were Intermediate Champions in 2017 at the club’s 20th Anniversary celebration in the Titanic Centre.
Visitors from Co. Armagh who attended the St. Brigid’s Dinner: Left to Right: Mairead Short, Margaret Short, Oliver Short, Dermot Dowling, Aidan Short, Laura Armstrong, Michael Short, Michael Moley, Sinead Moley, Damian McCann and Blaithin McCann.
Mark Sidebottom, Ciara Breen, Bernadette Copti and Aiman Copti.
Antrim County Chairman, Collie Donnelly with his wife Roisin and Pat O’Hagan.
St. Brigid’s chairman, Dermot Dowling with Kathleen Woods (President of the Camogie Association), John Horan (President of the GAA), Marie Hickey (LGFA President) and Michael Hasson (Ulster GAA Chairman)