Ballyhegan club representatives finished in the awards during the recent ceremony for Armagh ladies.
Grace Ferguson was selected as Most Improved Player within the under 14s’ County Development squad.
Sarah Louise Doherty collected a prize as under 16s’ County Division Three Player of the Year.
Kieran McKeever’s efforts left the Ballyhegan club member with a Referee of the Year honour.
Ballyhegan’s club presentation for underage representatives attracted impressive support - with Brian Mallon and Fionnuala McKenna special guests on behalf of the Armagh county set-up.
Winners were as follows: Under 14s - Katie Keegan (girls’ Player of the Year), Oisin Hamil (boys’ Player of the Year), Emer McGrane (girls’ Most Improved Player), Tiernan Donachy and Ryan Rafferty (boys’ Most Improved Player, shared). Under 16s - Ciara McGrane (girls’ Player of the Year), James Lee (boys’ Player of the Year), Grace Ferguson (girls’ Most Improved Player), Ronan McAtarsney (boys’ Most Improved Player). Minors - Jack Rafferty (boys’ Player of the Year), Conor McGlinchey (boys’ Most Improved Player).
Special thanks go to the team sponsors: Armagh Sports and Trophies (under eights, under 10s), Ballyhegan Youth Club (under 12s’ boys, under 16s’ girls and minors), Glenbank Nurseries (under 14s’ girls), BL Shutters (under 14s’ boys), Seamic (under 16s’ boys and minors), Simplyfruit.com (seniors’ men and reserves), Murray Tyres (seniors’ ladies).
The club’s AGM will take place in the clubhouse on Sunday from 2 o’clock.
Annaghmore’s senior presentation night will now take place on the rearranged date of Sunday, December 28.
Plans are in place to produce a book celebrating the club’s centenary. Anyone interested in helping out can contact Cathy McGilly.
The coffee morning in aid of Craigavon Area Hospital’s Mandeville Unit has been planned for Sunday following the 10 o’clock morning Mass.
Fitness sessions will run each Monday evening from 7-7.30 and Friday morning between 6.30-7 o’clock at the cost of £2 per session.
The latest lotto numbers are 6, 8, 11 and 23 - with the Match Three winners Jamie McDonald, Stephen McConville, Conor McCann and James (c/o Derrys).