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The cashman dynasty continues

Thursday, 3rd October, 2013 1:00am

After recently wining the Premier Minor Rebel Óg hurling title with Blackrock, Niall Cashman was awarded the Cork City and County Youth award for September. Niall, who was captain of the team, had the distinction of winning three titles in a row with his club at this level. The Cashman name is synonomous with Cork hurling and Niall was joined at his award presentation by his brother John, who was also a member of the winning team, as well as his father, former Blackrock and Cork hurling star, Jim Cashman, who was coach of the winning side. Niall and John are also nephews of Cork great Tom Cashman and grandchildren of Mick Cashman, who also played for Cork.Also in attendance at the awards ceremony, which was hosted by award sponsors the Gresham Metropole Hotel,were members of the Blackrock minor winning team including Cathal Cormack, Eoin McCarthy, Gavin Connolly and Alan Coughlan as well as team mentor Mark Russell. Deputy Lord Mayor Michael O'Connell, Cllr Joe Kavanagh and award sponsor John Buckley of John Buckley sports also attended the luncheon.

Niall follows Eddie Dunbar (Cycling), Cork Ladies U-14 Football Captain Grace Culloty, Dylan Fitzgibbon (Taekwon-Don), the Bandon U19 rugby side who lifted the All-Ireland U19 title, Alan Browne, Soccer, Katie Galvin, Camogie and Edel Thornton, Basketball who have all been awarded for their various achievements in 2013.

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