|Winning Team - Team Green Briar|
Luke, Desssie, Matt and Ross
The Boston Northeast GAA would like to thank all of the teams and sponsors who participated in the first annual Golf outing on Friday, October 9. The event ran smoothly and an enjoyable day was had by all with a round of golf at Sandy Burr Country Club followed by dinner at the Green Briar. There were prizes for the winning teams, longest drive, and closest to the pin.
A special thank you for the support of The Green Briar and Magners Cider, and a big thank you to all of our sponsors whose support ensured a successful event.
Dinner Sponsors: Feeney Brothers, Donegal Boston, Metropolitan Cabinets, and John McDevitt.
|Ann Holland: Longest Drive |
and Closest to the Pin.
|Second Place: Darren Fitzgerald, |
Tom Kenny, Johnny Hayes.
Hole sponsors: Ardmore Masonry, Ballyheane Construction, Briar Group, www.cakepopsboston.com, Caroline Heraty, CK Construction, Clover Tiliny, Colman Connelly, Cunningham Plumbing & Heating, D. Roland Construction, Darren Duffy, Dave Hession, Dempsey Carpentry, Feeney Brothers, Ferguson Plastering, Fine Finish Carpentry, Fr Tom’s Hurling, Gaby & Sharon Jones, Gareth Ruddy, Harbour Carpentry, John Flannery Construction, John McCarthy, John O'Connor, Josephine Murphy, Karny Construction Design, Kayla Donovan, Landscaping, Keegan Family, Kelly's Cellar, Kevin Walsh Plastering, Mark Mathers and Family, Martin Family, McGrath Concrete, Mike Costello, Nicolas Smith, Ollie Garry, Ollie Guarke, Paddy McDevitt, Padric Lydon, Pat Nee, Paul Curran, Paul Ryan, Pauric Boss McLaughlin, Peadar Nuggent, Porter Bellys, , Porter Bellys, Sean Davoran, Sean O'Brien, Shamrocks, The Banshee Bar, Tim Peters, Timmy O'Neill, Tir Na Nog, Tom Devlin, Tom Kenny Electrical, WCI Corp, William Leary, Tommy O’Donnell, Worcester Hurling, and Mike O’Connor.
The Boston Northeast Board would also like to recognize the hard work put in by all of the adult and underage clubs with keeping the games alive and growing in the area. Our division is the largest in the North American Board with 36 teams competing in 8 competitions, and with an increasingly competitive underage section an incredible amount of work is put into the games each year at all levels.
|Longest Drive: Tom Kenny|
The scope of the Boston Northeast GAA is also ever expanding, with clubs in 4 of the 6 New England states (Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Maine). With plans for a hurling club in Rhode Island in 2016, a fifth state will be in the umbrella of the board, as well as a second club in New Hampshire. Supporting youth development is also a growing component of the Divisional board’s scope. Proceeds from the golf outing will be critical in helping the board meet the growing needs of facilitating the running of competitions and with the continued developing the game at adult and underage levels.
Rory O'Donnell - PRO