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LARGE ATTENDANCE CELEBRATE AT VICTORY SOCIAL

posted 23 Jan 2014, 04:03 by Kanturk Gaa   [ updated 23 Jan 2014, 10:34 ]
Kanturk GAA victory social took place at the Killarney Avenue Hotel on Saturday 18th January and it certainly brought out the crowd to celebrate the successes of 2013 in style. Invited guest included Cathaoirleach Coiste Chontae Chorcai, Bob Ryan along with Cathaoirleach Coiste Og Chorcai, Marc Sheehan and Cathaoirleach Rionn Du Ealla, Richard Murphy and Parish Priest of Kanturk, Fr Jackie Corkery. All spoke in glowing terms of the work being done at clublevel by Kanturk GAA and the contribution made by club members at divisional, county, provincial and international levels. Among the cups on display were the M Donnelly Interprovincial Hurling won by Munster Hurlers last March and the Cormac Mc Annallen Cup won by the Irish International rules team last October.

Warm tributes were paid to Kanturk GAA Club President, Frank Healy who was unable to attend.  The Intermediate hurling team were presented with their medals by Cathaoirleach Coiste Chontae Chorcai, Bob Ryan and the team management of Francis O'Mahony, Tim Burke and Danny O'Donoghue received special presentations to mark their contribution to the success along with the backroom team of Jackie Carroll, Noel O'Neill, Michael O'Connor, Caoimhe Moore, Dr Brian O'Connell & Seamus Lynam.
The Minor hurlers were presented with their medals by Cathaoirleach Coiste Og Chontae Chorcai, Marc Sheehan and the team management of Timmy Burke, Henry O'Keeffe & Maurice Flaherty received mementos to mark their contribution to the success with the team.

Anthony Nash received presentations to mark his success with Munster hurlers in the 2013 M Donnelly interprovincial Railway cup and his selection as goalkeeper on the 2013 GAA/GPA All-Stars. Aidan Walsh was honoured for the part he played as Vice Captain to the Irish International Rules team's success in defeating Australia. Muireann Vaughan received a presentation to mark her success in winning the Cork & Munster Scor na nOg Solo Singing competition and reaching the All Ireland finals in Derry last year. Caoimhe Moore received a presentation to mark her success with Cork Ladies U16 footballers on winning the All Ireland final in 2013.

Local band Loose Connection provided the after meal entertainment and all partied into the small hours as the successes of 2013 were celebrated in style.  
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