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Pictured: Presentation night for Ballymacnab Round Towers and St Brenda’s Camogie Club

Photos by Liam McArdle

Presentation nights have been on a bit of a hiatus since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic but there was plenty of reason to celebrate as Ballymacnab celebrated a return to their awards nights.

It was a night of recognition for the clubs’ achievements, in particular the three county championship winning camogie teams – seniors, minors and U16s.

For the men, Armagh stalwart – and recently the newest member to the 100 Club – Rory Grugan picked up the 2020 Player of the Year award while Ruairi Gribben got the nod for the 2021 gong.

Check out gallery for the awards night, which were held in Basil Shiels in Tassagh, on Friday night. Photos by Liam McArdle

Ballymacnab Round Towers GFC officers Mickey McGivern, Chair; Nelius Boyle, Secretary and Brian Short, Treasurer

St Brenda’s Camogie Club Championship winning captains

Senior Armagh County Camogie Champions

Under 16 Armagh County Camogie Champions and Management

County Minor Champions

Under 16 Armagh County Camogie Champions

St Brenda’s Camogie Club President Ann Loughran presents Club personality of the year to Kathleen O’Hare

Emma Donnelly presents the Arlene Donnelly Cup to Senior Player of the Year Catherine Bradley

Team Captains Louise McCone and Danielle McKee make a presentation to Sean King

Team Captains Louise McCone and Danielle McKee with Sean King and Mako Hughes

Armagh Camogie Chair Sally Rafferty presents the Senior Championship Trophy to Team Captains Louise McCone and Danielle McKee

Olive McGeown presents Minor Joint Player of the Year to Kate Crilly & Eabha Lennon

Olive McGeown presents the Minor Chapionship Cup to team captain Kate Crilly

Armagh Camogie Chair Sally Rafferty makes a presentation to Joan Murphy

Under 16 Captains Aine Gribben and Orlaith Beagan receive the Under 16 Championship Cup from Armagh Camogie Chair Sally Rafferty

Under 16 Captains Aine Gribben and Orlaith Beagan receive the Under 16 Championship Cup from Armagh Camogie Chair Sally Rafferty

2021 Clubperson of Year – Vincent Grew

2021 Senior Player of the Year – Ruairi Gribben

2020 Senior Player of the Year – Rory Grugan

Under 19 Player of the Year – Lorcan Beagan

2021 Under 17 Players of the Year – Daniel O’Toole and Cathal Smyth

Eoghan Grew, Daniel O’Toole, Conall Grew and Lorcan Beagan

Saoirse O’Hare and Scarlet Lennon

Kate Ford ;Brid and Eimear Smyth

Brooke McGinley, Donna McGinley and Caroline Renaghan

Tracy and Greg McKernan

Jacqueline King, Feena Hughes and Joan Murphy

Katie McKernan, Meabh Crilly, Niamh Murphy and Amy Gribben

Eabha Lennon, Emily McKernan, Kate Crilly and Meabh O’Hare

Aine Maguire and Tierna Maguire

Meabh McAleavy, Mairead O’Toole, Aine Smyth, Eimear Smyth, Brid Hughes and Danielle McKee

Kathleen O’Hare, Secretary St Brenda’s Camogie Club; Orla O’Hare, Chair St Brenda’s Camogie Club and Edel O’Hare Armagh Camogie Children’s Officer

Damian and Orlagh Barrett

Lucy, Emma, Amy and Philly Gribben

Daniel, Edel and Paddy O’Toole

Emma and Philly Gribben

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