Louise Harvey honoured at AAI Juvenile Star Awards Function

Saturday, 21 March 2009

Arklow Bay Hotel

 

On Saturday night last in the Arklow Bay Hotel, club athlete Louise Harvey was presented with the AAI National Juvenile Star Award as the outstanding juvenile athlete in Donegal. The awards are based on achievements over the full season, through cross country, indoor competitions and track and field. The talented Louise has been to the forefront of juvenile athletics in Donegal, Ulster/NI and at National level over the past few years, winning medals across a range of disciplines, from high jump and relays to 300m hurdles, at county, provincial and national level. Congratulations Louise.

 

Louise Harvey receives Athletics Award - From the Athletics Ireland Star Awards in Arklow

L-R: John McGrath (Chairman AI Juvenile Committee), Louise Harvey (Tir Chonaill AC Donegal

Star Award Winner), Patsy McGonagle (Vice President AI) and Jim Ryan (AI Juvenile Committee)

 

 

 

County Star Winners 2008

 

 

Antrim

Joanne Mills

Carlow

Deirdre Doyle

Cavan

Craig Lynch

Clare

Liam Markham

Cork

Dean Cronin

Derry

Jamie Devine

Donegal

Louise Harvey

Down

Aimee McNeilly

Dublin

Conor McCrossan

Fermanagh

Gerard Maguire

Galway

Cathriona Farrell

Kerry

Eilish Fitzpatrick

Kildare

Claire Mooney

Kilkenny

Ciara Everard

Laois

Conor Daly

Leitrim

Fergal Ellis

Limerick

Sarah Lavin

Louth

Olivia McDonald

Mayo

Sally Rose Maughan

Meath

Kourosh Fouroghi

Monaghan

Damien McAree

Offaly

Eoin Hannon

Roscommon

Lorcan O’Cathain

Sligo

Ryan Monaghan

Tipperary

Dara Kervick

Tyrone

Ben McGillian

Waterford

Nicola Power

Westmeath

Jake Byrne

Wexford

Sinead Moloney

Wicklow

Tara Jameson

Overseas

Paul Scanlon

 

 

Special Award Winners

 

Robin Sykes

Thomas Houlihan

Bill Battersby

David Quilligan

Eamon Gilbert

Barry Pender

Keara O’Hart

Eilish Fitzpatrick

Matt McGrath

Olivia McDonald

International

Stephanie Creaner

Roisin O’Callaghan

Kate Veale