Antrim ‘s All Ireland Intermediate championship winner, Lucia McNaughton was the guest of honour as All Saints GAC held their Presentation evening in Galgorm Manor. The event, which was cancelled over the past two years because of Covid, attracted a large crowd to what proved to be a very successful and enjoyable evening for the Ballymena club.
Lucia McNaughton received loud applause after her address where she spoke of her career as a Loughgiel Camog and her 8 championship successes with the Shamrocks before going on to captain Antrim to All Ireland success over KilKenny this year.
The All Saints guest spoke about the importance of club and family and involvement with the wider GAA-Community and the importance it played in her development with club and county before presenting the wide array of team and individual awards.
The All Saints club have had a good season, winning the Camogie Development Shield, The Minor B Hurling Feis and All County B Minor Hurling League and were runners up in the Minor B Hurling championship. They also won the Division 2 Reserve League and were beaten finalists in the Intermediate Football championship.
The Girls U14 Football team were B Championship winners and they were beaten Minor B Girls finalists and the U15 footballers have qualified for the Breslin Shield final.
Eamon McKillop received the Clubman of the Year award in recognition of his work as a coach, committee member and his overall contribution to every aspect of the club over the past year.