OISIN McConville for Crossmanglen Rangers pitcher had a great stimulus in Sunday in the semi finals of AIB All Ireland Club Soccer in which awarded the prize to the Provincial player. McConville was awarded outstanding player of the recent Ulster Club Championship. A well deserved honor given its large exhibitions with his team while they pointed to the provincial praise. Contact information is here: patrick price. McConville had to face some intense rivals such as Conleith Gilligan but their aim did meet the challenge. Oisin now lead the Rangers against St Brigid determined to enhance his impressive record personal, but even more determined to Crossmaglen wins the game.
Although the hinted that this might be his last year in the County Armagh Squad, his impatience for action remains intact or even he has grown even more now that is the captain of the club in a match of such magnitude. McConville, who was the previous winner of the award to the player AIB Provincial in 1996 and 1999, is one of the eight winners. Joins the ringleader of the Rangers to the list of honors the semi-finalists Ronan Sweeney (from Moorefield), Mark O Carroll (St.Brigid s) and Colm Gooch Cooper (Dr Crokes), everyone would be getting awards for the first time. Awards also go the defeated semi-finalists of hurling John O’Brien (Toomevara) and Karl McKeegan (Cushendall). In the semifinal of AIB All Ireland Hurling McKeegan was outstanding to Cushendall, where they were defeated by Loughrea. Johnny O Loughlin was the winner unanimo of the Connacht award, while James Cha Fitzpatrick achievement Excel Award for Leinster in their own club competition and the volume.