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Awards for brady oreilly and cullivan at packed anglocelt event

Saturday, 31st January, 2015 6:26pm

Awards for brady oreilly and cullivan at packed anglocelt event

Paul Brady receives his award from Frank Mulrennan of Celtic Media Group and Helen Brennan of the Cavan Crystal Hotel.

A crowd of over 200 sports stars and supporters flocked to the Cavan Crystal Hotel last night (Friday 30th January) for the inaugural Anglo-Celt Sports Awards, in association with the hotel.

The overall Sports Star of the Year was handball champion Paul Brady. Athlete Clodagh O'Reilly picked up the Young Sports Star award, with the Cavan U21 management winning the Outstanding Achievement.

Soccer legend Gene Cullivan picked up the Hall of Fame accolade, with Niall McHugo of Munterconnaught GFC crowned PRO of the Year.

The Readers' Choice award went to Cavan minor ladies footballer Beth Farrelly-McGee.

Full coverage in this week's print edition.

The monthly winners are listed below

Sports Awards

January: Eugene Keating (Cavan Senior football)

Sports Awards

February: Clodagh O’Reilly (athletics)

Sports Awards

March: Paul Brady & Michael Finnegan (handball)

Sports Awards

April: Conor Moynagh (men’s football)

Sports Awards

May: Caoimhin Carney (hurling)

Sports Awards

June: Beth Farrelly McGee (ladies football)

Sports Awards

July: Eoin Duffy, Emma Feeney, Harrison Jameson, Maria O’Rourke, Martin Maughan (boxing)

Sports Awards

August: Enda Hessin (Cavan junior football)

Sports Awards

September: Matt Molloy, Lorne Stewart, Johnny McIntaggart & Jimmy McQuade (cycling)

Sports Awards

October: Eamonn Reilly (men's football)

Sports Awards

November: Bailieborough Athletic Club (Athletics)

Sports Awards

December: Aoife Maguire (basketball)

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