ROUND Towers Lusk held its annual juvenuile awards night recently, following another gereat year for the club.The U-7 to U-11 teams got together last Friday and were presented with medals and certificates. All these teams have enjoyed the 2012 season and are growing in strength and confidence with each game they play, displaying some very fine football and hurling skills. The U-11 Girls team received new tracksuit tops on the night. The team has been preforming well in their friendly games and blitzes throughout the year and it is anticipated that they will commence competitive games in the new year. Santa made an appearance at the party much to the delight of the kids and all were very happy leaving the club. On Saturday the older teams from U-13 to U-15 celebrated a very successful year. The U13s started the year well and players and coaches were rewarded handsomely for their efforts when they won both their football and hurling Division 5 Leagues. This team was also very lucky to see some of its players go forward to the U13 Dublin Development Squad with Jack Hussey, Luke White (both football and Donal Clarke and Luke White (hurling) all progressing well. Individual awards made on Saturday night for this team were as follows: Footballer of the Year - Jack Hussey; Most Improved Footballer - Rian Moore; Hurler of the Year - Donal Clarke; Most Improved Hurler - Aaron Hogan. The U14 team was started from scratch this year with Lorcan Harford, Cyril Sheridan and Damian Hughes at the helm. This team have bonded very well together and achieved wonderful success with a Division 7 Feile success and league win. This team also had three players make it to the U14 Dublin Development Squad: Aaron Duffy, Cormac Howley and Rory Harford. Individual awards made on the night went to: Player of the Year - Aaron Duffy; Most Improved Player - David Weir. The coaches would like to thank the club, the parents and of course the players for a great year and they would also like to thank Stephen White ( U15 Coach) for his cooperation during the year. Finally, the U-15s had a bad start to their year but ended up runners-up in a very competitive Division 4 League. Liam Bohan was the only player from this team who made it to the U-15 Dublin Development Squad. Player of the Year went to Cormac Howley, with Most Improved Player going to Rory Harford. This team also introduced a new award this year, Most Committed Player, which went to Eoin Gaffney. The coaches would also like to thank Shane Treanor (GPO), Damian Hughes and Robert Naughton for the Player Development Programme carried out with the team over the last seven weeks.