A great night for camogie
Wicklow reflect on big year
WICKLOW Camogie welcomed the Association’s National President Kathleen Woods to the Garden County on Friday evening.
Kathleen and her husband made the trip from their home in Armagh.
The happy occasion was a function in the Arklow Bay Hotel for the presentation of medals won by Wicklow in 2018 at Leinster and All-Ireland level.
A very well attended event saw over 170 people celebrate the successes of the Garden County’s young players.
The Minor (under-18) girls received their All-Ireland ‘Strike for Glory’ medals.
Under-16s were presented with All Ireland ‘Progress to Success’ and Leinster ‘C’ Championship medals.
The under-15s won Division 4 of their national competition and also received their medals.
Finally, the youngest inter-county camogie experience comes for under-14/13s.
They had many successes during the season at blitzes in other Leinster counties. Wicklow had two teams in the Leinster under-14 blitz and both reached their respective finals.
On Friday, they were presented with their participation medals from Leinster and the Mairead Meehan Cothram na Feinne Award for Fair Play which they were awarded at the end of season All-Ireland finals.
‘Wicklow Camogie wishes to congratulate all the players who were honoured and to thank their parents and clubs for the continued support,’ said a spokesperson.
Camogie Squads presented with medals in the Arklow Bay Hotel on Friday night -
Minor: Sheenagh Byrne (Aughrim), Shannagh Goetelen (Knockananna), Aisling Shannon (Annacurra), Aimee Maher (Knockananna), Leah Carroll (Bray Emmets), Amy Barrett (DonardThe Glen), Eleanor Carroll Hayes (Bray Emmets), Sara Davis (Bray Emmets), Kaley Kavanagh (Carnew Emmets), Emma Doyle (Annacurra), Lillie May Cullen Dunne (Donard-The Glen), Hollie Eve Cullen Dunne (Donard- The Glen), Nicole Ryan (Bray Emmets), Sarah Byrne (Knockananna), Casey Kelly (Knockananna), Jenny Tyrrell (Knockananna).
Under-16 AND 15: Niamh Darker (Donard-The Glen), Daisie Summer Cullen Dunne (Donard-The Glen), Caitlin Hughes (Carnew Emmets), Emma Byrne (Avon- dale), Lauren O’Reilly (Avondale), Katie Tyrrell (Donard-The Glen), Kasey Byrne (Aughrim), Ciara Boland (Kiltegan), Amber House (Kiltegan), Maire Deegan (Carnew Emmets), Moya Cremin (Kiltegan), Emer O’Toole, Erin O’Toole, Molly Walker (Kilcoole), Ava Whelan (Aughrim), Lucy Rooney (Kilcoole), Emma Murphy (Aughrim), Casey Kelly (Donard-The Glen), Erin Byrne (Knockananna), Sive Byrne (Donard-The Glen), Eimer Mutton (Knockananna), Jessica Mai Maxwell (Éire Óg Greystones), Emma Hayden (Donard-The Glen), Alice Mulhall (Knockananna), Claudia Turner (Avondale), Jenny Tyrrell (Donard-The Glen).
Under-14 DEVELOPMENT SQUADS: Thea Cullen (Avondale), Laura Doyle (Annacurra), Aisling Goff (Éire Óg Greystones), Sophie Bergin (Ballinacor), Tanya Sunderland (Avondale), Aoife Prendergast (Glenealy), Emily Tyrrell (Donard-The Glen), Holly Byrne (Aughrim), Faye Corrigan (Kiltegan), Aoife Connolly (Aughrim), Shauna O’Shea (Aughrim), Siobhan D’Arcy (Éire Óg Greystones), Mia Reynolds (Kilcoole), Lucy Daly (Éire Óg Greystones), Alannah Hawes (Glenealy), Juliette Ni Chonaill, Emily Nangle, Poppie Rose Cullen Dunne, Amelia Gulliver (Éire Óg Greystones), Shauna Kelly (Glenealy), Emily Walsh (Éire Óg Greystones), Aisling Byrne (Avondale), Kayleigh Fox (Avondale), Roisin Maher (Glenealy), Hannah Olahan (Avondale), Grace Drumgoole (Éire Óg Greystones), Chloe Cullen (Annacurra), Hannah Doyle (Annacurra).
A number of players from all panels were unable to attend on Friday
Wicklow’s under-16 squad at the presentation night in the Arklow Bay Hotel.
Breda Donnelly, Mary O’Neill, Ann Lagrue, Breda Byrne, Kathleen Woods, President of the Camogie Association, Kathleen McAllister and Breda Walshe at the Arklow Bay Hotel.