Chairperson: Denise Martin Carrickmore
Secretary: Hayley Boyle Galbally Oonagh Celts
Tresurer: Lorraine McCaffery Lisnaskea
Queens', UUJ and Coleraine all finished on equal
points at the end of the league fixtures, with
QUB having recorded a first ever victory over
the Poly firsts. They were not to be 'caught on
the hop' however and eliminated Queens' in the
League playoff at St. Pauls.
St. Pauls in Belfast was again the venue for another
Jordanstown-Queens' encounter in the Dowd Cup.
Hosted by St. Mary's College, QUB fully availed
of all the entertainment and provided some of
their own, as a first round defeat cut short any
hopes of playing football. Some consolation was
gained as we won the McNally Plate. However Queens'
didn't really get much value from this particular
piece of silverware, and would like to take this
opportunity to thank St. Mary's boys for looking
after it for a whole year for us.
O'Connor Cup run didn't take us any further than
the Dub, again the bridesmaids thanks to a one
point defeat by Coleraine. Queen's did however
participate in the Freshers All-Ireland 7-a-side
Blitz in UCD, performing admirably, despite their
eighth player lying at the sideline with food
The highlight for the year was the Ulster 7-a-sides
which we hosted. Beating UUJ 1,2,and 3, then defeating
a strong Coleraine side, Queens' won the 'Fly
Cup'. (Coleraine, however made a breakthrough
of their own, later in the Fly...they were cleaning
up glass for a week Catherine!!)
Aoife Murphy, Maura McArdle, Roisin Fitzsimmons,
Denise Martin, Orla Murtagh, Martina O'Brien,
Sharon Redmond, Maura McCabe, Fionnula McAtamney,
Pauline McCoy, Cathy Gallagher, Martina McCafferty,
Ciara Holland, Hayley Boyle, Oonagh McKibbon.
Subs: Joanne Daly, Sharon Daly, Tara Cooke, Aine
Dolan, Jackie Burns, Michelle Monaghan, Julie
McCabe, Fiona McSherry.
Martina McCafferty, Bredagh
Colly McAllister, Brian Kennan.
Ulster Combined Colleges Representatives:
Cathy Gallagher, Denise Martin, Martina McCafferty,
Ciara Holland, Maura McArdle.
All-Ireland Combined Colleges Representative:
Club Awards were made at the annual Gaelic
Formal in the Clandeboye Lodge and were as follows;
Player of the Year:
Maura McArdle, Killeavy
Players' Player of the Year:
Ciara Holland, Aodh Ruadh, Dungannon
Fresher of the Year:
Most Improved Player of the Year:
Sharon Daly, Tullysaran
Clubperson of the Year:
Denise Martin, Carrickmore