Congratulations to Seamus McAuley on winning the North Antrim GAA Feile Skills Competition 2016.
Seamus will now represent North Antrim in the County Feile Skills Competition.
See some photos from the skills competition below courtesy of North Antrim GAA.
— North Antrim GAA (@northantrimgaa) April 29, 2016
Below is a report from the North Antrim GAA website on the event
The North Antrim Féile Skills took place on Thursday 28th April in Oisin’s Glenariffe. The turnout continued from the success last year with over 14 players from clubs throughout North Antrim taking part and competing for their chance to represent North Antrim at the upcoming County Féile Skills Competition.
1st place went to Seamus McAuley from McQuillans Ballycastle
2nd place went to Michael O’Boyle from Oisin’s Glenariffe
3rd place went to Colm McKeegan from Ruairi Og Cushendall
The top 2 go through so Seamus McAuley and Michael O’Boyle will now represent North Antrim at the upcoming County Féile Skills Competition and we wish them both all the very best and as much support as possible on the day. At present the date, time and venue is still to be confirmed.
Other participants on the day where Seamus McAuley and Tiernan Smyth (McQuillans), Michael O’Boyle and Gabriel Leech (Oisin’s), Mark Emerson and Colm McKeegan (Ruairi OG), Peter Mullan and Conlith McKinley (Carey Faughs), Mark McSparran and Euan McSparran (Cushendun), Ciaran Magill amd Sean O’Boyle (St MacNissis) Rory McCloskey amd Rian McMullan (Shamrocks). Well done to all these lads for taking part and we will hopefully see some of them again next year!
The Féile Skills this year was ran like clockwork once again and as you all know competitions like this don’t run by themselves. Oisin’s Glenariffe are to be thanked for the use of their facilities, we thank the clubs and players who participated, the mentors present who offered their assistance at the various skill stations and North Antrim representatives on hand helping out and organising the competition.