Termon’s young volunteer Chloe Callaghan has won the Ladies Gaelic Football Association’s Young Volunteer of the Year award.
Chloe produced a yearbook for her local club, documenting the 2021 year in photos and reports.
The photographer snapped plenty of pictures during games throughout the year for all different Termon teams, from senior men and women, to reserve and underage teams, putting them on her Facebook page.
The Leaving Certificate student in Loreto, Milford, along with the other award winners, will be acknowledged at a special awards function at Croke Park this evening (11th February).
Paying tribute to the winners, Ladies Gaelic Football Association President, Mícheál Naughton, commented: “We’re delighted once again to announce and honour the winners of our LGFA Volunteer of the Year awards, in association with currentaccount.ie.
“Having held our 2020 awards in a virtual setting, it’s wonderful to be in a position where we can welcome our winners, guests and representatives from currentaccount.ie to Croke Park.
“This is an evening that has become one of the most enjoyable on our annual calendar, and we’re looking forward to seeing everybody on the night.
“During incredibly challenging times, our winners have provided magnificent and selfless service to the LGFA, in various roles.
“We received huge numbers of nominations in each category, and settling on a list of winners was not an easy task, I can assure you. I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the work of each and every nominee, whose details we received.
“Without the work of our volunteers, our Association could not function as it does. Our winners and nominees, are a credit to themselves, their families, clubs, counties, provinces and international units. We thank them most sincerely.