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Juvenile Presentation Night 2014

Sunday December 28th saw the annual juvenile awards presentation night take place in Clontibret Community Centre. There was a fantastic turn-out of parents, coaches and players alike on the night with senior stars Conor McManus, Brian Greenan & Colum Greenan on hand to present the various awards and impart some superb advice to our future stars. The evening began with a fantastic trophy parade which demonstrated just how successful a year it was for our underage teams. A host of awards were presented on the evening to mark the achievements of the various teams across all grades. Winners & Runners-Up medals were presented to mark the successes of our U12, U14 and Minor teams.

A special presentation was also made to mark the achievement of our 6 players, Dean McDonnell, Dean McGuigan, Dean Brennan, Michael Savage, Jack Gormley and Ross Lowey, together with coach Martin Corey who helped the Sem win the Rannafast Cup for the first time in 37 years. Club stalwart Kevin Carragher, a member of the successful 1977 Sem team, was on hand to present the commemorative photos and also give some great words of advice to the up and coming stars of the future.

The ‘Most Improved Player’ awards were issued to recognise the all-round performance of players across the various grades. The following players were rewarded for their great year in the O’Neills jersey; U10s Ryan Greenan, U12s James Carey, U14s Brendan McCully, U16s Christopher McDermott. The overall juvenile Most Improved Player award went to Brendan McCully. Brendan was a very deserving winner of this accolade and it was just rewards for his starring role in the U14 double winning team.

A special word of thanks to juvenile officer Fergal Mone for organising another successful awards night. Fergal is now relinquishing his role as juvenile officer after 5 successful years at the helm. He has helped put in place many great structures and increased the focus on player development across all grades from U6 to U16. The array of silverware on display at the awards night was testament to his hard work. We look forward to another successful year in 2015.

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

2014 Juvenile Presentation Night

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