We have our minor club presentation on Friday night late in the National School which was well attended. Our special guests on the nights were the founders of the minor club 40 years ago, Marion Lynch representing her late husband Packie our first chairman , our first Secretary Frankie Toher, Tom Mahon our first vice chairman. The minor club’s first Treasurer John Reilly was absent due to a recent illness but it is good to hear he is making a good recovery. The County board were represented by our own Brid McGoldrick, Tom McLoughlin and Damien Sheridan who outlined for us 20/20 vision programme that County board will be launching next week. Our other guests were Fr Sean Casey, Colm Harte principal of the School ,Jimmy Halpin representing the Senior Club, Frank Kiernan Junior of Kiernan Structural Steel our main Sponsor and Victor Kiernan.
Congratulations to Liam Hebron who won the Micheal Kiernan memorial award. Sean Feeney our ongoing Treasurer who won Clubperson of the year.
Our Dancers and singers who won prizes at the recent junior Scor competition were first to be presented with their trophies. Thanks to their mentors Mairead Loughlin, Mary Walsh and Marie McCormack who organised the competitors this year. It is go to see the club competing in these competitions.
Our U14’s were presented with the U14 league and Feile medals. Our U16’s were presented with their league medals and minors their special League medals. Our under 10’s and U12 also won a number of blitz competitions during the year. Thank you to our Senior players Joe McCormack, Daniel Mimnagh and Paddy Thompson who presented the medals to the players and the founding members and Fr Casey who presented the trophies to the team captains.
Finally thanks to Com Harte for the use of the school facilities and Rosin Moffat for the catering.
The county board are holding an information night of their 20-20 vision plan in Pearse Park on Wednesday 14 January at 7.30 pm.