Annual Southside & District Sports Awards
The Annual Southside and District Sports Awards took place in the Cork International Airport Hotel on Thursday night. The awards are in association with Gerald McCarthy Awards and Gifts and Cork's RedFM are proud media partners. Click PLAY button above to listen back to interviews with the big winners on the night. 0.00 - Overall Winner - Ireland rugby team manager Gemma Crowley 5.03 - Hall of Fame Winner - Irish paralympic sailor John Twomey 11.00 - Overall Team Winner - Avondale United
The list of winners in 2013 are as follows:
January - Olive Loughnane.
February - UCC Ladies Soccer Team.
March - Gemma Crowley.
April - John Cleary.
May: Avondale United FCJune: Juliet Murphy, Cork Ladies Footballer July: Shane O’Neill, Hurling August: Paul Cronin, Valley Rovers GAA Club September; Nollaig Cleary, Gaelic Football October: Eileen Ring, Soccer November: Dylan Fitzgibbon, Taekwon-Do December: Ms. Yvonne O’Byrne, UCC & Ireland Hockey Congratulations to the overall winners and everyone who won awards during 2013 and best of luck for 2014.
Check out our show, the Big Red Bench, every Saturday and Sunday from 6pm on Cork's RedFM.
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