LADIES GAA | Cooley Kickhams trophy winners honoured at awards ceremony

Ladies hold a very successful ‘Afternoon Tea’ fundraiser

L-R: Cooley Kickhams Ladies Afternoon Tea prize Winners. Siobhan McDonald and Erin O’Connor, Laura Traynor and Aoife Traynor, Lisa Maguire and Annie Murphy and Claire Donnelly, Lauren Boyle and Georgia Hanlon, Shauna Murphy

Cooley Kickhams Ladies held a fundraising ‘Afternoon Tea’ recently. Congratulations to all the senior ladies players for the huge effort they put into decorating their tables and providing home-baked goodies for their guests.

A very enjoyable afternoon was had by all and a big thank you goes to all the family and friends who greatly supported the event.

The overall prize, sponsored by Carlinn Transport, for the Best Dressed Table was won by Siobhan McDonald and Erin O’Connor for their country kitchen themed table.

Phelim Rice and May Cullen enjoying the Afternoon Tea fundraiser

Runners-up prizes went to Shauna Murphy, Lisa Maguire and Claire Donnelly, Aoife and Laura Traynor and Georgia Hanlon and Lauren Boyle.

Thanks to Katie McCann for adjudicating on the day and also for sponsoring the runners-up prizes.

Presentation of medals

The Cooley Kickhams U12 Ladies with their league winners and championship runners-up medals. Back L-R: Joan McCarragher (juvenile committee), Emma Hanlon, Kieran Traynor (mentor), Shona Hanniffy, Kelly Carolan, Roisin Hanniffy (mentor), Aideen Rice (captain), Leah Magee, Grace Traynor (mentor), Kate O’Reilly, Katelyn Murphy, Mark Hanniffy (mentor), Abbie Traynor, Martin Rice (mentor). Front L-R: Abbie Byrne-McShane, Kelly Marmion, Ciara Murphy, Rebecca Hanlon, Shauna Ward-Rice, Hazel Malone, Katie O’Rourke, Aoibhin O’Neill. Missing from photo: Laoise McElroy, Emily McGrath, Blathnaid Murphy, Niamh Lavery, Dayna Ferguson, Kristanna Keenan, Leah Maguire
The Cooley Kickhams U14 Ladies with their championship runners-up medals. Back L-R: Orla Traynor (mentor), Megan Ferguson (mentor), Aoife Woods, Hannah Kirwan, Meghan McGlynn, Laura O’Shaughnessy, Kate Traynor, Aoife Ferguson, Ciara Donnelly, Trinity Larkin, Clare Malone (mentor), Seamus Malone (mentor). Front L-R: Rebekah Woods, Shania Murphy, Roisin McDaid, Aine McDonald, Orlagh McGuigan, Blaithin Malone, Holly Maguire, Alice Ferguson, Kirsten Murray, Mary Ryan. Missing from picture: Courtney McGlynn, Ciara Quinn, Lauren O’Hare, Ellen Gallagher-McDonnell, Katelyn Gill, Lauren Long, Mary-Anne Loughran, Emma McArdle, Niamh Hanlon

The afternoon concluded with presentation of medals to the 2016 U14 Ladies Championship runners-Up, U16 Ladies League winners and Championship runners-up and U18 Minor Ladies Championship winners.

The U12 Ladies already received their league winners and Championship runners-up medals at the recent Cooley Kickhams Juvenile Table Quiz.

The Cooley Kickhams U16 Ladies with their championship runners-up medals and league winners medals. Back L-R: Lauren Boyle, Georgia Hanlon, Ava O’Shaughnessy, Deborah Malone, Hannah Kirwan, Laura Traynor, Claire Donnelly, Niamh Rice, Lauren McGrath (league captain), Kate Arnold, Shauna Murphy, Eimear McParland, Coirin Rice (mentor). Front L-R: Aoife McDaid, Molly Hughes, Shania Murphy, Orlagh McGuigan, Aine McDonald, Aoife Woods, Chaela Ferguson. Missing from picture: Phelim Rice (mentor), Courtney McGlynn, Leah Kirwan, Katelyn Quinn, Lillian O’Reilly, Caoimhe McBride, Laura McKevitt-Grills, Ciara Quinn
The Cooley Kickhams U18 ladies with their minor championship winners medals Back row L-R: Paul Hanlon (mentor), Niamh Quigley (captain), Deborah Malone, Laura Traynor, Lauren Boyle, Claire Donnelly, Niamh Rice, Eimear McParland, Sinead Rice, Renee McGlynn, Leanne Tuohy, Aoife Traynor (mentor). Front L-R: Ava O’Shaughnessy, Georgia Hanlon, Lauren McGrath, Kate Arnold, Shauna Murphy, Ella Murphy, Orlagh McGuigan. Missing from picture: Seamus Quigley (mentor), Lisa McCarragher, Leah Kirwan, Kayleigh Lawless, Katelyn Quinn, Ciara Quinn, Katie McMahon

Congratulations and thanks to all the girls and mentors for their hard work, dedication and commitment and also to all the parents for their continued support throughout the year.

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