YMA Presidents Medal
The President’s Medal is a special competition for YMA members who have achieved a lot in the YMA but have also contributed a lot to the YMA. Each YMA club gets to nominate one member from their club and must write a nomination essay of no more than 1 page explaining why they feel that this person deserves to win the president’s Medal. The applicants are assessed based 50% on their achievements within the YMA and 50% on their contributions to the YMA. The best three appliacnts will then be called for interview. At this stage the applicants will be assessed entirely on their interview.
This year the presidents medal was awarded to Louise Sinnott. IHFA President Patrick Gaynor presents the medal to Laura with Charles Gallagher IHFA CE
Doireann Mulhall receives the President’s Medal from IHFA President Peter Kennelly
The Presidents Medal being awarded to Avril Helen by President Kathleen Watson
President’s Medal awarded to Laura Sinnott, Co. Wexford, presented by IHFA President Alec Bryan
Presidents Medal Awarded to Stacey O’Sullivan, Bandon, Co. Cork by President Peter Ging
Padraic Murphy receives the Presidents Medal from IHFAChairman Richard Whelan
John O’Flynn, IHFA President presenting the President’s Medal to Emer Kennelly of the Kerry Club with Brendan Greenan, YMA Chairman.
Presidents Medal winner Ann Neville, Limerick, with IHFA President Kathleen Kelly
Presentation of the President’s Prize Award – from left: Liam Gannon, Volac Ireland, sponsor, Charles Gallagher, C.E. IHFA, Jerry O’Driscoll, Skeaf, Timoleague, Cork – 2011 recipient of the Presidents Prize, Tony Jackson, IHFA President, John Dalton, Kilkenny Hurler and Maria Burke, National YMA Co-ordinator.