Dublin Intermediate and Clare Junior clubs up for FAI awards

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In build up to next week’s Annual General Meeting, the FAI’s Festival of Football begins on Friday morning in County Cork.

Over the next seven days, the FAI will visit 40+ clubs around Cork to see the crucial work that is being done at grassroots level in the county.

Now in its 12th year, the Festival of Football will be led by FAI CEO John Delaney, who will be part of a delegation that includes FAI President Tony Fitzgerald and numerous former Republic of Ireland internationals and current Ireland WNT players.

This is the first year the Festival of Football has been in Cork, following previous visits to Kerry, Mayo, Monaghan, Wexford, Clare, Donegal, Wicklow, Westmeath, Sligo/Leitrim, Tipperary, and Kilkenny.

The Festival of Football concludes on Friday, August 17th with the annual FAI Delegates Dinner, on the eve of the AGM. The winners of FAI Communications Awards will be revealed on the night.

The following entries (in no particular order) have been shortlisted in each category:

Best Feature (Written or Broadcast)
“The lost genius of Irish football: Remembering Liam Whelan, Dublin’s Busby Babe” – Ryan Bailey (The42.ie)
“‘You are always questioning yourself’ – Pain of Ryan McBride’s death still felt by Derry City” – Marie Crowe (Sunday Independent)
“Education: Life Beyond Soccer” – Tom O’Connor (ExtraTime.ie)

Best Digital Initiative
St. Mochta’s FC
The Mayo Football Show Podcast

Best Photograph
Michael P Ryan
Paul Lundy
Diarmuid Greene

Best PRO
Brendan White – Waterford FC
Ryan Corry – Newmarket Celtic

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