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Tyrone All-Star Team Named
The O’Neill’s sponsored Tyrone Vocational U-16 All-Stars were announced at Kelly’s Inn earlier tonight .
St Joseph’s High School from Coalisland, who play Warrenpoint St Mark’s in Thursday’s Ulster Arthurs U-16 Cup final, were among the schools honoured with award winners. The list also includes Sacred Heart, Drumragh College, Castlederg St Eugene’s, St Ciaran’s, Dean Maguirc, Dungannon St Patrick’s, Holy Trinity and Dromore St John’s.
This is the second year of these awards that helps to showcase the vocational football sector that is so vibrant and laden with quality.
Originally scheduled for pre-Christmas, all involved deserve great credit for their patience in bringing about a top-notch evening.
Guests enjoyed a nice meal before the business of revealing the All-Star squad came to pass.
Peter Canavan from Holy Trinity welcomed everyone present, with guest speaker Terry McCann from Dean Maguirc College plus Ulster vocational secretary Tony McCaffrey and O’Neill’s MD Kieran Kennedy addressing the audience.
Kieran Kennedy and Terry McCann had the happy task of making presentations of superb trophies and kits to each winner.
O’Neill’s Tyrone All-Star recipients for 2010-2011:
1 – Daniel McGlone, Sacred Heart, Omagh
2 – Eamonn Donnelly., Drumagh College, Omagh
3 – Patrick Gallen, St Eugene’s, Castlederg
4 – Terry Traynor, St Ciaran’s, Ballygawley
5 – David Kelly, St Ciaran’s
6 – Daniel Lowe, St Joseph’s, Coalisland
7 – Daryl Magee, St Joseph’s
8 – Rian McHugh, St Joseph’s
9 – Ryan Begley, Dean Maguirc, Carrickmore
10 – Conal Travers, Dean Maguirc
11 – Niall Grimes, Dean Maguirc
12 – Matthew Mulgrew, St Patrick’s, Dungannon
13 – Eoin Coyle, Holy Trinity, Cookstown
14 – Kieran McGeary, Holy Trinity
15 – Cathaoir McElholm, St John’s, Dromore