Dunloy at the double as Angela and Brendan snap great images

It was double success for Dunloy in this great competition with Angela Cunning receiving a runner-up spot for her brilliant shot of her son Conal and mum Eilish playing hurling silhouetted against a sunset. Our very own Brendan McTaggart has also a photo in the book after grabbing a celebration shot of the Doherty brothers Peter and Martin celebrating at the end of the Antrim Intermediate Football final where Moneyglass beat Dunloy after an epic second half comeback.

AIB & Sportsfile this year teamed up with the Gaelic Games community around the country to tell the story, in photographs, of a season like no other. The tougher this year was, the stronger we became. Nowhere was this more evident than in Gaelic Games. For long periods, even though club gates closed, and games ceased, club chairpersons, players and volunteers were never busier. In the first few weeks alone, 9,000 GAA club members provided support for almost 35,000 people. The Toughest Season tells this story through photography. All proceeds from the sale of the book will be matched by the AIB Together Fund and will go to AIB’s partner charities AGE NI, Alone, FoodCloud, Pieta & Soar.

Angela Cunning

It is a great honour to have photos included in such a historic and prestigious publication and both should be rightly proud of it. The book, which will raise money for a seclection of AIB Partner Charities, AGE NI, Alone, FoodCloud, Pieta & Soar and will be available from December 9th.


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