Cathy Gallagher Donaghmore
Secretary: Sinead McCone Armagh Harps
Tresurer: Sharon Daly Tullysaran
The season started on a good note, with
League victories over St. Marys and Coleraine.
The team could nearly have been accused of trying
'too' hard and were duly punished by a confident
Jordanstown side. Indeed this was probably our
defining moment, and tough talking was done in
Dublin at the Freshers Sevens.
A more determined and mature Queens' team was
undoubtedly the result of this huge effort, as
training was stepped up to three times a week
and challenge matches were played. Managers Colly
and Martina also brought out a new belief in ourselves,
which previous Queen's teams had lacked. The Dowd
Cup in Derry would be a series of steps , the
first being UUJ II, then old friends Coleraine.
Without serious injury we made it to step three
on Sunday 23rd February.
Hayley Boyle, Sharon Daly, Maura McArdle, Michelle
Monaghan, Denise Martin, Martina O'Brien, Maura
McCabe, Orla Murtagh, Lisa McGirr, Claire McGuckin,
Ciara Holland, Pauline McCoy, Oonagh McKibbon,
Cathy Gallagher, Joanne Daly.
Jackie Burns, Aine Dolan, Sandra O'Brien, Mary
O'Neill, Patricia King, Kathryn Toner, Karen Coyle,
Michelle Kelly, Mary Burns, Mary McGrady, Liz
Hayley Boyle, Galbally.
Colly McAllister, St Galls & Martina
Ulster Combined Colleges Representatives:
Hayley Boyle, Lisa McGirr, Pauline McCoy,
Denise Martin, Cathy Gallagher, Maura McArdle,
Maura McCabe, Martina O'Brien.
Combined Colleges Representatives:
Cathy Gallagher, Hayley Boyle, Maura
Club Awards were presented at a function in 'Strike
Four', and were as follows;
of the Year:
Lisa McGirr, St Macartan's
Players' Player of the Year:
Fresher of the Year:
Most Improved Player of the Year:
Sharon Daly, Tullysaran
Clubperson of the Year:
Sinead McCone, Armagh Harps & Cathy Gallagher,