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Congrats to the 2017 National Youth Award Winners


Regional Finals of National Youth Awards 2009

March 3rd, 2009

2009 Finalists

Dale O Sullivan – St Josephs (Mayfield) No Name Club
Dale is currently in 5th year; she has completed the E.C.D.L. and is a qualified first aider. Her hobbies include Karate, Skydiving and she is also a Cork North representative of Dail na nOg. She is the holder of a Bronze soon to be Silver Gaisce medal. She has participated in many Club activities such as holding the position of Treasurer of their clubs Saving Scheme, Table Quiz, Ten Pin Bowling, Youth Conference in Croke Park, trip to Melleray last November to mention but a few.

Kevin Lyons – Mountbellew No Name Club
Kevin is a Leaving Cert student; his hobbies include reading, music and movies. He has completed the E.C.D.L. and a Law course. He is a holder of a Bronze Gaisce medal. He was a finalist in Mental Health Public Speaking. He is a Young Ambassador Representative in the Lyons Club. He is involved in promoting his club events and has also completed a Child Protection Awareness Program me. He is involved in his clubs preparations in the Super Talent Competition.

Aislinn Higgins – Finglas No Name Club
Aislinn is currently in 5th year, her hobbies include sports, singing, dancing and also helped set up a Youth Café in Finglas. She is the holder of a Silver Fainne for Irish Speaking and has obtained a certificate for Drugs Awareness. Among the activities she has been involved with in her club are soccer/basketball tournament, bowling, leadership training and communications skills and is part of the team representing their club in the Super Talent Competition.

David Howley – Gort No Name Club
David is currently a pre-Leaving Cert student, his hobbies include surfing, reading and music he plays numerous instruments including guitar, banjo, mandolin, drums, djemba, piano and bass. He likes to sing and writes his own music. Remarkably David also teaches music in his spare time. His club discos, charity events and is also participating in the Super Talent Competition.

Ashling Tunney – Westport No Name Club
Ashling is in 5th year and has gained a distinction in a Food Studies course; she has also finished a Law course. She completed an acting course and starred in the young film makers film “Bof”. Her hobbies include drama and music, she has won 1st place in Readoiri (Connaughts) and is through to the All Ireland final. She is a Leader in Challenge a group which was nominated for a Bank of Ireland award. Through her club she has been involved in activities such as discos, fundraisers, Saw Doctors concert.

Joe Conway – Dungarvan No Name Club
Joe is currently in TY; his hobbies are sports where among his numerous achievements he represented Ireland in International Competition where he came an impressive 3rd. Among the various committees he is involved in is the Junior School Traffic Warden Team which won the Munster Final. He is a keen participant in Club Activities which included Trip to Melleray , Drug Awareness night, Discos and is involved in their Super Talent preparations.

Danielle O Malley – Achill No Name Club
Danielle is a studying in 5th year; she has attended numerous different schools giving her plenty of life experiences as well as a diverse education. Her hobbies include reading, cliff jumping, surfing and is a former champion in kickboxing and karate. She is currently a pool life guard and hopes to become a beach life guard in the near future. She has helped organize many fundraisers including a fancy-dress disco for Halloween. She is taking part in the Super Talent competition.

Peter O Connor – Castleknock/Clonsilla No Name Club
Peter is a 5th year student; his hobbies include soccer, gaelic, rugby and is also involved in Debating. He is the holder of a European bronze medal for Karate. He has the distinction of winning the Culture Award in his school for 3 consecutive years. Peter is also a volunteer for the Special Olympics. He has been involved in a soccerathon in his club and is part of the Musical Cameo for the Super Talent.

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