Camogie Association President Kathleen Woods and National Hurling Development Officer Martin Foggarty were guests of honour at the Ballycastle McQuillan’s Gala dinner in the Marine Hotel, a dinner held in celebration of the 30th anniversary of camogie restarting in the club. Individual awards were handed out in hurling, camogie and football while presentation were made to the two special guests.
Martin Foggarty and Kathleen Woods receive special presentations to mark their visit.
Most improved Minor camog Alicia Butler (left) and Minor Player of the Year Maeve Kelly receive their awards from Kathleen Woods.
Donna Busby and Graine Hunter receive joint Players of the Year awards for the Division 3 team while Maeve Lofthouse receives the Most Improved Division 2 Player of the Year
Top left – Claire Donnelly recieves the Division 2 Player of the Year award on behalf of her daughter Orla. Top right – Fionnual Toner receives the Most Improved Senior Player award. Bottom – Maeve Kelly recieves the Senior Camogie Player of the Year award. Martin Foggarty presents the All County Division 2 League trophy to team captain Matthew Donnelly.
Left – Michael Magee receives the Most Improved Footballer award on behalf of Ruairi Magee. Joint Football Players of the Year Caolan McCaughan and Mark Higgins receive their awards from Martin Foggary
Left – Most Improved Minor Hurler Gary Maybin Right – Minor Hurler of the Year Seamus McAuley
Left – Senior Hurling Players Player of the Year Oran Kearney. Right – Senior Reserve Player of the Year Sean Kelly.Senior Hurler of the Year Dairmuid McShane reeives his award from Martin Foggarty Division 2 Leauge champions Ballycastle at the club’s dinner in the Marine Hotel. McQuillan GAC committe and special guest at the club dinner in the Marine HotelBallycastle senior football team who compted in Division 3 of the All County League this seasonBallycastle Senior Camogie team Ballycastle Division 3 Camogie team at the club dinner in the Marine Hotel
Pics by John and Dylan McIlwaine