Shane O’Neill’s, Glenarm celebrated their championship double success in 1995 when the club won both the Intermediate and Intermediate Reserve Hurling championships on the same day at an event to commemorate the occasion in the Tullyglass House Hotel on Satuday night. Kilkenny legend, Eoin Larkin and his wife Anne were the guests of honour while BBC sports commentator, Mark Sidebottom was the MC for the night.
Mark Sidebottom interviews Kilkenny Legend Eoin Larkin and Johnny Campbell of Loughgiel who won an All Ireland club championship with his club and coached Glenarm last year.
Mark Sidebottom interviews Eoin Larkin
Eoin Larkin with his wife Anne.
Ciaran Black receives an U14 Leinster Championship award on behalf of his brother Matthew.
Niall McGarel, who was a Hibernian trophy winner with Antrim receives his award from Eoin Larkin.
Aidan Scullion and Ciaran Magill receive their Celtic trophy awards from Eoin Larkin.
Eoin Larkin presents the Minor Hurler of the Year award to Dan O’Boyle.
Eoin Larkin presents the Junior Hurler of the Year award to Ben O’Boyle.
Eoin Larkin presents the Senior Hurler of the Year award to Paul Magill.
Club Person of the Year, Kathryn Bradley receives her award from Kilkenny legend, Eoin Larkin.
Senior Reserve championship winning captain, Kevin Davey receives his award from Eoin Larkin.
The Glenarm team who won the Intermediate Reserve Hurling Championship in 1995 with special guest, Eoin Larkin at the club’s presentation evening in the Tullyglass House Hotel on Saturday night.
Intermediate winning captain, Sean Waide receives his award from Eoin Larkin.
The Glenarm team who won the Intermediate Hurling championship in 1995, completing a memorable double.
Eoin Larkin makes a special presentation to Mary Forsythe who received it on behalf of her late father, Arthur Forsythe R.I.P.
Eoin Larkin makes a special presentation to Chris Matthews who received it on behalf of his brother Eddie who was chairman in 1995.
Una Donnelly receives an award on behalf of Colm Mulvenna who was club secretary in 1995.
Mary Mulvenna receives a special award on behalf of her father Tony who was county secretary in 1995 and a member of the Glenarm club.
Seamus O’Kane receives a special award on behalf of Bronagh O’Kane who was club physio in 1995
Brendan Ward makes a special presentation to Terence Mulvenna, organiser of the evening.
Brendan Ward makes a special presentation to Pat Hamill in recognition of his life time service to the Shane O’Neill’s club