Translink Young GAA Volunteer Awards
The Translink Ulster GAA Young Volunteer of the Month Award is a new scheme designed to celebrate the important contribution young members of the association make to their clubs and communities.
Gaelic Football, Hurling, Camogie, Rounders and Handball clubs across Ulster are encouraged to nominate young people aged 14-24 years old, whose actions best demonstrate the volunteering ethos and community spirit, for the monthly award.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:
Submissions are invited to celebrate young people who have made an outstanding contribution to their club during each month. The nomination process opens on the 20th of each month and closes on the last day.
Each monthly winner will receive a certificate presented by Ulster GAA and Translink, as well complimentary Enterprise Class travel for 2 to Dublin, courtesy of Translink.
An overall Translink Ulster GAA Young Volunteer of the Year will be awarded at the end of the season & the winner will receive a free set of jerseys for their club.
NOMINATE a young volunteer who has made an outstanding contribution to be in with a chance of winning the all new Translink Young GAA Volunteer Monthly Awards here.
Download a nomination form here.
APRIL 2017 WINNER
16 Year old Sarah Malone from Aghaderg GFC, Camogie & Ballyvarley HC receiving her award with Donal Moran, Chairman Aghaderg GAC, Mark Mullan, Assistant Service Delivery Manager, Translink and Diarmaid Marsden, Head of Club & Community Development, Ulster GAA
MAY 2017 WINNER
20 year old Pádraigín Kelly from Loughmacrory GAA won the Translink Young GAA Volunteer Award for May, pictured with Sean Falls, Service Delivery Manager, Translink and Ciaran McLaughlin, Ulster GAA
JUNE 2017 WINNER