*Player of the year, Amy Barrett. Photograph: Ruth Griffin.
ALL STAR camogie winners for the past two seasons were honoured in Scariff over the weekend.
Running since 2019, the Scariff Bay Community Radio Clare Camogie All Star Awards acknowledge the top players in the Clare senior camogie championship as voted by the managers of the respective teams.
Scariff Community College was the venue for the ceremony where the All Stars of the past two seasons were presented with their accolades. Clare Camogie Chairman, Joe O’Donnell and PRO, Brid MacNamara were among those in attendance.
Former Scariff Community College principal John S. Kelly who is part of the Scariff Bay Community Radio steering group presented the awards to the chosen camogie players.
The 2021 All Star team was first announced in The Clare Echo. County and Munster champions, Scariff/Ogonnelloe lead the way with seven representatives on the team followed by beaten finalists Truagh/Clonlara with three, 2020 winners Inagh/Kilnamona and reigning Senior B champions Feakle/Killanena have two players each selected with semi-finalists Kilkishen/Bodyke earning one spot on the side.
Joint captain of the Scariff/Ogonnelloe side, Amy Barrett was named as the Player of the Year for 2021, the previous year’s winner had previously been announced as Clare Hehir of Inagh/Kilnamona.
A nice tribute to the Scariff Bay’s coverage of camogie was recently issued by Scariff/Ogonnelloe who included the community radio station’s logo and emblem as the main feature of their away jersey.