Pics by Sean Paul McKillop
The Under 6 and Under 8 Girls and Boys teams at the Ruairi Og Juevenile awards evening
Ruari Og Under 16 team who won the McMullan Cup this season.
Left – Conal McGlynn recevies the U16 POTY award from Ryan McCambridge. Right – Padraig McKillop receives the U14 POTY award from Ryan.
Left – Ruairi Og Camogs U10s. Right – Maureen McAlister presents the U10 POTY awards to joing winners Maeve and Amy McAlister.
Left – Ruairi Og Under 10 team with the trophies they won this season. Right – Paddy Burke presents the U10 Most Improved Player to Charlie McAlister.Joint Under 10 POTY Conor McCann and Cahir McCambridge with senior stars Ryan McCambridge and Paddy Burke.
Left- Ruairi Og U16 Camogs with the trophy they won this season. Right – Orlagh O’Hara presents the U16 Most Improved award to Emmi Falls.
Left – Orlagh O’Hara presents the U16 POTY to Anna McNeill. Right Orlagh presetns the U14 POTY award to Sine Woodhouse. Ruairi Og U14 camogs with the trophy they won this season.Ruairi Og U12 team with thier trophies at the club’s juvenile awards dinner.
Ryan McCambridge presents the School and Club Commitment awards to Charley McAuley of St St Mary’s PS. Right – Ryan presents the School and Club Commitment award to Callagh Mooney of Glenann PSThe Ruairi Og Under 12 camogie team with the Jim Nelson Memorial Cup.
Left – Naoimi McCurry presents the U12 Most Improved award to Orlaith McCurry. Right Naoimi presetsn the Glenann PS Commitment to School and Club award to Cliodhna O’Hara
Left – Sharon McCambridge with St Mary’s PS Commitment to School and Club award winners Emily McNaughton and Charlie McAuley. Right Commitment to School and Club award winners Cliodhna O’Hara with Eimear, Caoimhe and Orlagh O’Hara.