December 7th, 2019

Ballycran’s McKenna Hall hosted the Club’s annual dinner dance with the Senior and Minor presentations following and then music by Klass to end the evening.

The evening began with an excellent three course meal and coffee or tea to follow.  The entire event was run like clockwork and we have to acknowledge the effort put into this by everyone, from bar and catering staff, anyone that helped to prepare and clean the hall after the dinner dance and a special mention of Emma Keith and Dermot O’Prey for all the time and effort they have put into organising and managing the event on the night.  The evening concluded with music from Klass, which proved very popular and they had crowds on the floor for most of the night within just a few songs.

Congratulations to all our prize winners and commiserations to those that didn’t manage to make it up to the front this year, good luck with your training in 2020 and maybe this will be the year that will create opportunities for you.

Minor Camogie Player of the year – Megan Ennis

 

Young Hurler of the year – Rory Brown

 

Under 21 2018 winners – with Gerard Hughes

 

Division 2 Junior Hurler of the year – Brad Watson

 

Intermediate Division 1 winners and Betsy Gray runners up – with Cormac McAllister

 

Intermediate Player of the year – Michael Ennis (picked up by Sean)

 

Camogie Senior League winners – with Catherine McGourty

Senior Camogie Team 2019

 

Camogie Senior Player of the year – Rhea Smyth

 

Camogie Senior Player’s Player of the year – Catherine McGourty

 

Senior Hurling team Down GAA Championship Jeremiah McVeigh – with Padraig Flynn

Down GAA SHC winners 2019

 

Senior Player of the year (Hugh O’Prey Trophy) – Chris Egan

 

Senior Player’s Player of the year (Mark O’Flynn Trophy) – Brett Nicholson

 

Club Lady of the year (John Mallon Trophy) – Teresa Hughes

 

Club Man of the year (Davy Bell Trophy) – Tony Bell

 

Hall of Fame – Sean McGourty

 

Congratulations again to everyone and all our winning teams!  Here’s a selection of pictures from the rest of the night.