2020 Meath Camogie Volunteer of the Year – Colm Whitty
Meath Camogie have tonight announced that Colm Whitty from Blackhall Gaels GAA Club has been voted their Volunteer of the Year for 2020 by the Meath County Board.
Colm was nominated by his club for his contribution to Camogie in the club as Senior team manager, underage indoor hurling coordinator and underage coach all while being a dual player himself.
“A normal year for Colm would include playing both football and hurling, coaching the Senior Camogie team, coaching an underage hurling team and almost singlehandedly orchestrating the indoor hurling and camogie for the children of the parish” – Blackhall Gaels
“We have no doubt Colm will be a very popular recipient of this years award and Meath Camogie are delighted to put him forward for a National award” – Meath Camogie
Meath camogie ladies played their first ever home division one league game in Blackhall Gaels Kilcloon pitch on Sunday 26th February against Clare.
The Royals lead at half time after playing with the aid of a strong wind, thanks to a goal from Jane Dolan but the the women from the West took control in the second half to take home the two points. They were aided with the awarding of some very soft frees and the dismissal of Meath goalie Emily Mangan.
Meath can be proud of their performance and it wont be long before John Davis and his side are picking up their first division one points.