Casement’s & Geraldine’s celebrate

Gaelfast chairman, Paul Donnelly was the guest of honour at the Casement’s & Geraldine’s, Portglenone Annual Dinner and Presentation evening in the Wild Duck last night. The St. Paul’s clubman congratulated the club on their on and off field achievements over the past year and spoke briefly about Gaelfast and how he believed it would further the development of Gaelic games in the county in all codes over the next decade.

The Casement’s Portglenone team with the Senior Reserve football championship trophy with special guest, Paul Donnelly at the club’s presentation evening in the Wild Duck last night

Oisin Donerty receives the Senior Reserve player of the year and the Senior Reserve championship cup from Paul Donnelly at the Casement’s presentation evening in the Wild Duck.

Senior football manager, Barry Dillon presents the Senior footballer of the year award to Gerard McAleese who received it on behalf of his son, Dermot. Dermot was in London representing the county in the NFL game against the Exiles.

Barry Dillon presents the Minor footballer of the year award to Oisin Doherty.

Casement’s chairman, Sean McAleese present Tony Convery with a special award for representing Ireland in the International Rules Masters against Australia.

Paul Donnelly with the Geraldine’s U16 Camogs who were All County B League and Championship winners.

Paul Donnelly presents the U16 championship trophy to Geraldine’s captain, Cait McFall.

Siobhan Grant-McAffee presents the Theresa Grant Memorial trophy to Senior player of the year, Roisin Kelly.

Fr. Curran, P.P. Portglenone presents the club person of the year award to Roisin Convery

Aoibhinn McCloskey receives the U16 Camog of the year award from Paul Donnelly.

Caraerinin Keenan receives the most improved U16 Camog award from Paul Donnelly.

Paul Donnelly presents the Division 3 camog of the year award to Siobhan Doherty.

Marie Doherty, Geraldine’s chairperson and Sean McAleese, Casement’s chairman presents a cheque to Paddy McIlwaine who received it on behalf of the Saffron Gael. The Saffron Gael thank Geraldine’s and Casement’s and all clubs who have donated recently and would encourage all clubs to make a donation and help us to continue our wide coverage of Gaelic games in Antrim.

Photographs: Kieran Convery

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