St Vincent’s Ladies GAA held their presentation Dinner Dance on Friday night last in the Bridge House Tullamore, which saw over 200 in attendance.
The presentation night was a celebration of the St Vincent’s Ladies Junior Football team for their hard work and success in 2012.They won the Junior League and Junior Championship titles for the first time, and progressed to the Semi-final stages of the Leinster Junior Club Championships.
The master of ceremonies, Paul Keating kept the night flowing with ease and his constant wit and energy. He thanked all the sponsors for their constant support, Caroline Carey, Seerys Bar and Lounge, Blackthorn Bar and Lounge, Brendan Mann Cappincur Filling Station, Extreme Engineering and all sponsors down through the years. He also thanked the Bridge House for the lovely meal.
The medals were presented to the Girls by Guest of Honour Mr Padraig Boland An Calthorlach, Cumann Luth-Chleas Geal,Uibh, Fhailghe,who spoke of the girl’s magnificent achievements .He also spoke on the Amalgamation of the Clubs St, Vincent’s and Killeigh under the new name Naomh Molaoise and said it was the only way forward for small Clubs, he also mentioned the commitment, dedication, hard-work and belief that the girls put in and he wished them the best in 2013 in the Senior League and Championship.
There were two Major awards handed out on the night. Firstly there was the Player’s Player of the year award which went to the young and talented Chrissie Cocoman. The Player of the year award went to Aoife Norris another upcoming young talented player. Both girls received their awards to a standing ovation.
At the end of the Presentations and Speeches Naomh Molaoise Ladies GAA was launched by their chairperson Noeleen O’ Rourke.
A truly enjoyable night was had by all and everyone danced into the small hours of the morning to the sound of the brilliant band Twilight Vision.