Our 5 nominees for the 2014 Canon Hayes Volunteer in Sport Award. Winner to be announced at the Canon Hayes Awards Banquet on Friday December 12th.
Support your nominee by attending on Friday night.Mary Doyle, Clonmel Athletic Club; Mary has been involved with Clonmel AC for more than 10 years and fulfils a number of roles on behalf of the club. Her dedication to the club has contributed greatly to the promotion of Juvenile Athletics.
Jean Hayden, Cashel Camogie Club; Jean is currently Club Secretary for Cashel Camogie Club, with responsibilities that include both juvenile & adult club fixtures, phone calls, venue organisation, attendance at County Board monthly meetings and fundraising. Anne O’Dwyer, Éire Óg Annacarty/Donohill Camogie Club; Anne has been a member of the Club since 1998 and has held the role of Chairperson for the past 4 years. She is a true leader as Chairperson of the club, with a very flexible approach to her duties. James O’Reilly, St. Michael’s AFC; James has been a committee member with the St. Michael’s for 37 Years, and has held an array of positions. He has given distinguished service to St. Michaels over an extraordinary period of time and has held many roles and given the club stability over this period. Andy Moloney, Duneske Sports Complex, Cahir; Andy has been involved with Duneske Sports Complex for more than 6 years. During this time Andy has served as Chairman of the committee and is always to the fore in fundraising & assisting in any way possible. He also organises the very popular Poulmucka 5km & 8km run.