Thursday, May 21st marked the end of an era as Eoin Ryan trained the adult camogie team for the last time. Eoin has been a central figure of the camogie section for many years and has played a major role in developing the camogie section into the success that it is today. Over the years, Eoin has led numerous teams to victory, winning a number of league and cup finals and not forgetting three championship titles in 2002, 2003 and the most recent last year’s championship 2014.
Round Tower camogie section would like to express our sincere thanks to you Eoin for the endless hours you have put into training and mentoring us over the years. The years you have put into training us have been marked by the upmost efficiency and excellence. We thank you for all you have done and taught us especially the famous hooosh! We hope you have enjoyed your time with us over the years as much as we have. You (and even those sandals and socks!) will be sorely missed. We send our best wishes to you for the future.
Go raibh míle maith agat Eoin,
The Camogie Section.
Round Tower GAA Club extends its thanks to Eoin for his tireless dedication towards the development and coaching of Camogie in the club. Camogie within our club is in a very healthy state arising from the commitment of Eoin and we extend our thanks and gratitude to him and wish him every success.