Craic Theatre members Daniel Taaffe, Dylan Fox, Aoibh Johnson and Claire McCrory, were all nominated for individual awards at the prestigious AIMS Awards 2022 in the Gilbert Section. Also pictured is nominating councillor Malachy Quinn
The commitment and enthusiasm of 16 teams and individuals were recognised at the Mid Ulster District Council Civic Awards evening.
The ceremony took place at Hill of The O’Neill, Dungannon and was hosted by the chair of the council, Councillor Córa Corry.
The evening recognised a wide range of success most notably in the fields of sport, theatre, dance and education.
Councillor Corry said: “This evening we are afforded a great opportunity to reflect on and recognise the achievements of people from within our council area at different points across the last year.
“While the achievements they have all worked hard for may all be different, the one thing which links each and every award recipient is the depth of their commitment and enthusiasm to their activity or area of work.”
Representatives from the U14 Camogie team at St Patrick’s Academy Dungannon. The squad made history for the school by collecting the first ever Ulster Title at this age group. Also pictured are nominating councillors, Councillor Barry Monteith and Councillor Dan Kerr.
Sofija Procevska and Matt Barrett who were crowned Irish National Champion winners in their respective categories at the Irish Judo Club Challenge competition in April past. Harry McGuigan is also pictured accepting the award on behalf of Kieran Holland who was unable to attend. Also pictured is nominating councillor Dominic Molloy.
Representatives from the Tyrone Senior Ladies team, winners of the Ulster Intermediate title in May. Also pictured are nominating councillors Barry Monteith and Dan Kerr.
Representatives from the Tyrone U20 squad who were crowned Ulster Champions in April past. Also pictured are nominating councillors Dominic Molloy, Dan Kerr and Barry Monteith.
Niall Devlin who was named in the EirGrid All Ireland Championship U20 Team of the Year is pictured at the Civic Awards with nominating councillors Dan Kerr and Barry Monteith
Representatives from the Tyrone U14 Ladies who won the Ulster Gaelic Silver Ladies Championship. Also pictured are nominating councillors Dan Kerr and Barry Monteith.
Representatives from the Errigal Ciaran Féile team who the All-Ireland Féile Shield. Also pictured are nominating councillors Dan Kerr and Barry Monteith
Pictured at the Civic Awards with nominating Councillor Barry Monteith is Maddison Kelly who won Triple World Champion Dance 2021, Ulster Champion Dancing 2021/22 and World Masters 2022 Ireland Junior Duos Champion & Advanced Junior
Representatives from St Ciaran’s College, Ballygawley are pictured at the Civic Awards with nominating Councillor, Councillor Sean McGuigan. The school won the 2021 – 22 Post-primary category in the Capita ICT Excellence Awards
Representatives from Craic Theatre, Coalisland, are pictured with nominating councillor Malachy Quinn. The theatre was nominated for Best Technical Team at the prestigious AIMS (Association Irish Musical Societies) Awards 2022, in the Gilbert section which is the higher tier of the awards