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They Couldn't Suppress Their "Thieving Urges" - £2K Worth Of Prizes Stolen At Ulster Club All-Stars

They Couldn't Suppress Their "Thieving Urges" - £2K Worth Of Prizes Stolen At Ulster Club All-Stars
By Balls Team

Naturally enough, Derry club players cleaned up at the Ulster club All-Stars in the Hillgrove Hotel in Monaghan. Sadly, they weren't the only grouping to clean up on the night as thieves managed to ruin the aftermath by nabbing £2,000 worth of prizes earmarked for the winners.

Slaughtneil players won both the footballer of the year and the hurler of the year, with Brendan Rogers and Chrissy McKaigue being rewarded. Their camogie player Shannon Graham was named Camóg of the Year.

The Slaughtneil football manager Mickey Moran, who led Mayo to the All-Ireland final in 2006, was named Manager of the Year. Slaughtneil won six of the football All-Stars and had seven members of the hurling team.

The night would end on a sour note, leaving the marketing manager of the GAA Store, Ciaran Woods fuming. He tweeted that the gear which had been reserved for the winners had been nabbed at the end and expressed disappointment that a few in attendance couldn't suppress their "thieving urges."

The clubs who were in attendance on the night have been notified.

Read more: "He Must Have Drank 35 Pints" - Joe Brolly On The "Most Dominant Footballer" Eoin Liston

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