Carlow Camogie Volunteer of Year 2015
Congratulations to Mick Lillis, 2 Fair Green, Muine Bheag, who has been chosen as the County Winner of the Camogie Association “Volunteer of the Year” for season 2015, by the Carlow Camogie County Board, Mick is supported by his wife, Claudia, and children Emma, John and Kyle who are very proud of his achievements. Mick is very deserving of this award and his dedication and commitment to the game has encouraged his young players to realise their full potential on the field. In announcing the winner, Carlow Camogie County Board said that Mick is being recognised for the tremendous dedication that he has shown to camogie, both at club and county level, since the formation of his club in 2011. He works tirelessly for the good of his club through all aspects of the game from administration to coaching. .
The other nominees were Elaine Pollard, Ballinkillen, Maurice Buckley, Burren Rangers, John Joe Martin, Mount Leinster Rangers, Brian Lawler, Naomh Brid, Bridget Doyle, St. Mullins and Adrian Corcoran, Setanta. All nominees will be honoured by Carlow County Camogie Board in due course and Mick will be honoured as County Winner at a function in Croke Park in February
Ned Lyons, Old town, Nurney and St. Lazerian’s House, Bagenalstown; Eileen Martin (nee Birmingham) Tipperary and Ballytarsna and Don O’Rourke, Augha, Nurney. .