St Vincent’s Ladies GAA is holding their Dinner Dance on Friday night February 8th in the Bridge House, Tullamore. The Club made history in 2012 when they won both the Junior League and Championship and progressed to the Leinster Club Championship where they reached the semi-final.
Comeare on the night is Paul Keating from Daingean who starred in the successful short film the Bog Man. Presentation of League and Championship medals will be made by An Cathorlach, Cumann Luth-Chleas Uibh Fhailhge Mr Padraig Boland. Tickets on Sale €25-00 from Orla Brennan on 085 742 7633 or any member of the Senior Team. Tickets can also be purchased on the door.
Bridge House/Offaly GAA Ladies Footballer of the year.
Congratulations to St Rynagh’s footballer Siobhan Flannery who received the Bridge House/GAA Ladies Footballer of the year award. Siobhan has shown exceptional commitment to both Offaly Ladies Football and Camogie teams in 2012 notwithstanding her commitment to her club.
She starred at full back as St Rynagh’s won their first ever Senior Offaly Ladies title beating Rhode in the final. While others got the scoring plaudits the 22 year olds contribution at full back made her stand out from the rest.
A regular at centre back on the Offaly Ladies football team and at midfield on the Camogie team, this all action St Rynagh’s player gets her just rewards for an outstanding year.
Also a nominee for a Camogie All Star, she took 2012 by storm. To be as committed to two County panels and to produce the high level of performances on both fronts was nothing short of outstanding.
Helping her club make history was the highlight of her year and in a time when Ladies football and Camogie are making huge strides within the County. We wish Siobhan the very best for the future.