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