St Eunan’s celebrate their treble at annual dinner dance

Alan Foley

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Alan Foley

St Eunan’s celebrate their treble at annual dinner dance
St Eunan’s GAA club brought the curtain down on a memorable 2014 at their annual dinner dance in Letterkenny on Friday night.

St Eunan’s GAA club brought the curtain down on a memorable 2014 at their annual dinner dance in Letterkenny on Friday night.

The Mount Errigal Hotel in Letterkenny played host to festivities after a year in which the O’Donnell Park club clinched the RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta SFC, the Seniore Reserve Championship and the U-21 county title.

Tributes were paid to Rory Kavanagh, who recently announced his retirement from inter-county football.

Damian Judge - who was part of the Donegal panel who won the 1974 Ulster title and the St Eunan’s team who won the 1983 county championship - was inducted to the St Eunan’s Hall of fame.

Award winners

Senior player of the year: Conall Dunne.

Young player of the year: Conor Morrison

Senior reserve players of the year: Sean Hume and Barry McGeehin.

Junior player of the year: Ciaran MacIntyre

Hurler of the year: Eugene Organ

Young hurler of the year: Conor O’Grady

Club person of the year: Noel McDermott

Senior lady player of the year: Eimhear Bradley

Young lady player of the year: Naomi McMenamin

Appreciation award: Adrian Shields

Club person of the year: Noel McDermott

Hall of fame: Damian Judge

Awards were also given to senior footballers Rory Kavanagh and Eamonn Doherty for being part of the Donegal panel that won the 2014 Ulster championship and Ray Durack, Sean McVeigh, Conor McVeigh, Colm Flood, Kevin Meehan and Eugene Organ for helping Donegal hurlers win the Allianz League Division 3.

There were also presentations made to the club’s two referees - Mickey Mulhern in football and James Connors in hurling.