Peadar named man of the year at G.A.A. club A.G.M.

Bray People - - Kilmacanogue Diary -

THE Kil­macanogue GAA Club held their A.G.M in the Glen­cor­mac Inn last Fri­day night. At the meet­ing, Brian Mor­gan was re­turned to the chair. Out­go­ing chair­man Peader Smyth takes over as the clubs Hon. Sec­re­tary and he also re­ceived club man of the year for his tire­less con­tri­bu­tion to the club and con­grat­u­la­tions to Peadar.

In his chair­man’s ad­dress, Peadar ap­pealed for more help with the run­ning of our ju­ve­nile teams. It was also de­cided Joy Burke will also re­main as the clubs Trea­surer.

Fol­low­ing a very constructive dis­cus­sion on mem­ber­ship it was de­cided that Chris Fox would take re­spon­si­bil­ity for club fees.

Kevin Mol­loy takes over the man­age­ment of the Ju­nior A team with Ai­dan Mullery and Greg O’Don­nell his se­lec­tors and Co­nan Daye will come in as trainer.

Ed Mul­li­gan takes over the run­ning of the Ju­nior B team.

The club wished Craig o Neill the best of luck when he rep­re­sents his county in the U 21 cham­pi­onship on Sun­day against Long­ford. Fi­nally, the club ex­pressed sin­cere sym­pa­thy to the fam­i­lies of Mary White, Bernie Collins, Sheila Whe­lan, Hec­tor Sheedy, Lar Brady, Joe Fa­gan, Fr. Bren­dan McAleer and Joe Marry on their sad losses over the past year. With that, the meet­ing ad­journed.

Kevin Mol­loy presents Peadar Smyth (right) with The Kil­macanogue GAA Club­man of the Year Award at the A.G.M..

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