Loughgiel Shamrocks Awards dinner

Above – The Loughgiel senior Camogie team with the trophies the team won this season are seen here at the club’s awards dinner in the Tullyglass Hotel.

Loughgiel Shamrocks held their annual awards dinner in the Tullyglass Hotel on Saturday night where their all conquering minor hurling team and county championship winning camogs were honoured. The Feile na nGael and and North Antrim League trophies were presented to team captain Pearse Patterson while there was a full range of individual awards handed out.

Club chairman John Campbell presents the North Antrim and County Feile na nGael trophies to Pearse Patterson
Christy McGarry receives the Under 16 Hurler of the Year award
Senior Camogie captain Maeve Connolly receives the Senior League, Senior Feis and Senior Camogie Championship trophies from Seamus Richmond
The Loughgiel senior Camogie team with the trophies the team won this season
Loughgiel’s Senior Camogie League, Feis and Championship winning team are seen here with their trophies at the Loughgiel Shamrocks awards dinner in Tullyglass Hotel
John Campbell presents the Minor Championship, Ulster Minor Championship, Darragh Cup and All County League trophies to team captain Declan McCloskey (left) and vice-captain Cathal Hargan.
The Loughgiel minor team who swept all before them this season were honoured at the club’s dinner in Tullyglass Hotel.
Junior Hurling manager Donal Gillan present the Countess of Antrim Cup to team vice-captain Paul Boyle.
Jack McNaughton presents the trophy for the club’s Overall Player of the Year to joint winners Pearse Patterson and Declan McCloskey
The Loughgiel Shamrocks committee at teh club’s annual awards night in Tullyglass. Back, L-R, Jack McNaughton, Francis Boyle, PJ O’Mullan, Padraig Connolly, Francis Traynor. Front, John Campbell and Sarah McFadden.
Club chairman John Campbell presents the Clubman of the Year award to Paul Glackin at the Loughgiel Shamrocks dinner
Loughgiel treasureer Jack McNaughton presents a cheque for £500 to the Saffron Gael at the club’s dinner in Tullyglass Hotel.

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