All Stars 2020
Congratulations to Emma Louise who was selected as corner back on the Ulster College Ladies Gaelic All Star Team 2020. The trials were a tough process of elimination and were very well contested- Emma Louise was one of the 30 All-stars selected from approximately over 130 girls throughout Ulster. Emma Louise then travelled to Kinnegad in County Westmeath to compete in the Inter provincials and take on the College All-stars from Munster, Connaught and Leinster. Even though the results didn’t go the Ulster girls way, we are extremely proud of Emma and all that she has achieved with St. Louis Grammar School! Emma Louise is a stand out performer for St Ergnats Moneyglass and the County Antrim team. She is well known for her brilliant attitude, commitment and the raw talent she has, and we have no doubt that she has a very bright future ahead of her. We wish Emma every success!
Massive congratulations to Caoimhe Molloy and Maura Downey who received College All-Stars in 2020. Caoimhe, and Maura were selected out of approximately 120 girls to be awarded a college All-star. What an achievement!
Caoimhe received her first All-Star and has a most promising Camogie future ahead.
Maura received her second All-Star in a row and with this shows she has the upmost potential to become a great star in the future.
Unfortunately, due to Covid, the girls were unable to participate in the annual Inter provincials.
These girls have worked tirelessly throughout their time in St Louis on and off the Camogie pitch, and to have their talent, hard work and skill recognised is truely fantastic. An excellent achievement for the girls who have shown the upmost dedication and commitment to St Louis Camogie over the last number of years. Well Done girls! We are so proud of you- you deserve every success!!
I was delighted to be selected by St Louis to attend Hurling All-Star trials. The trials were held in Queens University and were based over 2 days. There were approximately 150 players from all over Ulster at the two trials, and the standard of Hurling was very high, so the pressure was on to stand out. I was awarded left half back on the team and after receiving the news I was over the moon and very privileged to have got the award. After Christmas I travelled back to Queens University again for the launch were I received my kit and got my photo taken- It was a great day and a good opportunity to spend time with the other All-stars from other schools. The awards presentation night was meant to be in April but due to COVID never happened. I was delighted to get the award and would like to thank everyone who helped me earn the award!