22 May 2022

County Derry Post GAA award winners

The winners of our 17 categories

County Derry Post GAA award winners

Club hurler of the year - Fintan Bradley edged Cormac Doherty and Paddy Kelly in a very close vote (Pic: Tom Heaney/NW Presspics)

In December, we launched out GAA Awards' scheme, in conjunction with our website

We listed the nominations in each category and  you – our loyal readers – voted for your winner in each category.

The winners are as follows:

Club of the year: Desertmartin

Supporter of the year: Tom McCann (Greenlough)

Manager of the year: Fiona Devlin (St Colm's Draperstown)

Senior club footballer of the year: Conor McCluskey (Magherafelt)

Intermediate club footballer of the year: Niall Loughlin (Greenlough)

Junior club footballer of the year: Colly Mullan (Magilligan)

Club hurler of the year: Fintan Bradley (Lavey)

Senior club camogie player of the year: Shannon O'Doherty (Swatragh)

Senior ladies player of the year: Kayleigh Fleming (Faughanvale)

County footballer of the year: Ciaran McFaul

County hurler of the year: Eamon McGill

County camogie player of the year: Dervla O'Kane

County ladies player of the year: Grace Conway

Game of the year: Slaughtneil v Ballyhale Shamrocks

Moment of the year: Marty McVey's sideline kick for Ogra against Coalisland.

Biggest contribution to local GAA: County Derry Post

Young player of the year: Conor McAteer (Newbridge)

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