Club Awards

Founded in 1948, not until the early 1950s did the Montreal GAA adopted the name of ‘Montreal Shamrock Hurling and Football Club’,  Able to form an inter-squad league which consisted of five teams in hurling and four teams in football. Out of that league sprang the nucleus of the team that not only topped its Division, but also captured the Northern Division of the American League from Toronto at Kingston on October 4, 1959. Two years later, the Montreal Hurling team won the American Senior Championship against Boston GAA, while on the same day at Loyola Park in Montreal, the Montreal Football team narrowly lost to Boston Galway in a hectic final.

In May 2018 during the club’s 70th anniversary. The Montreal Shamrocks created the Hall of Shamrocks to recognize and remember the work put in by retired members. The first members inducted Martin Greene & Paul Moran were given honorary club president status.

===Club Presidents===

2020 – Present Liam Twomey – Boston
2017 – 2019     Tony Cunningham      – Meath
2011 – 2016     Ronan Corbett           – Galway
2009 – 2011     Donal Lacey              – Tipperary
2008                Conor Brogan            – Tyrone
2007                Michael Martin           – Cork
2006                Conor Brogan            – Tyrone
2003 – 2005       Michael Martin           – Cork
2001 – 2002       Patrick Mahon           – Down
1998 – 2000       Cathal Marlow           – Tyrone
1995 – 1997       Vince Cahill               – Limerick
1992 – 1994       Peter Moran              – Montreal
1988 – 1991       Gerry Hughes           – Antrim
1985 – 1987       Patrick Dunne           – Laois
1982 – 1984       Paul Moran               – Galway
1974 – 1981       Pat Short                   – Dublin
1971                  John Keenan             – Dublin
1968 – 1969       Pat Leyne                  – Cork
1966 – 1967       Ned Healy                 – Kilkenny
1965                  Paul Moran               – Galway
1963 – 1964       Denis Leyne             – Cork
1962                  Paul Moran               – Galway
1960 – 1961       John O’Brien             – Roscommon
1959                  Sean Fitzgibbon        – Westmeath
1958                  Dan Grace                – Kilkenny
1955 – 1957       Mike Cooney            – Clare
1954 – 1955       Martin Greene          – Galway
1952 – 1953       Eddie Dempsey        – Kildare
1948 – 1951       Martin Greene          – Galway

==Roll of honor==

===Football===

2021 Quebec Football Champions (Represented by players from Connaught & Munster)
Patrick Bourke, Damian Conneely, Dave Glynn, David Healy, Martin Lawless, Ruairi McIntyre, Neil O’Brien, David Sahm, Ronan Shaughnessy, Brian Treacy
2020 Quebec Football Champions (Represented by players from Munster)
Laurent Aymard, Pat Bibeau, Patrick Bourke, John Burke, Liam Carter, Barry Cox, Dave Healy, Mike Johnson, Kieran Murphy, Florian Tabaka, Liam Twomey
2019 Eastern Canada GAA Senior Champions
Alan Baxter, Patrick Bourke (c), Simon Chamberland, Kevin Clarke, Damian Conneely, Corey Crawford, Teean Cummins, Tony Cunningham, Brian Dowling, Dave Glynn, Mikael Herbelin, Olivier Sakr, Jimmy Sisk, Liam Twomey
2018 Eastern Canada GAA Senior Champions
Martin Baneham, Patrick Bourke, Michael Brophy, Ronan Corbett, Brian Dowling, David Glynn, Mickael Herbelin, Loris Langlois, Daniel Robinson, Ronan Shaughnessy, Olivier Sakr, Liam Twomey
2018 Eastern Canada GAA Junior Champions
Damien Conneely, Cian D’Arcy, Jim Foley, Ivan Galindo da Fonseca, Aiden Gallagher, David Healy, Michael Johnson, Martin Lawless, John McEvoy, Harry Mc Keever, Neil O’Brien, Jake Ouellette, Steven Owens
2018 Montreal May Tournament Senior Champions
Alan Baxter, Patrick Bourke, Simon Chamberland, Damien Conneely, Ronan Corbett, Tony Cunningham, Kyle Graham, Mickael Herbelin, Conal l Mac Cionnaith, Neil O’Brien, Daniel Robinson, Olivier Sakr, Ronan Shaughnessy, Liam Twomey
2017 Quebec Football Champions
Patrick Bourke, Damien Conneely, Ronan Corbett, Dara Corrigan, Conor Delea, Tony Cunningham, Mickael Herbelin, Jim Foley, Jake Ouellette, Liam Twomey
2017 Eastern Canada GAA Senior Champions
Alan Baxter, Patrick Bourke, Damien Conneely, Ronan Corbett, Dara Corrigan, Tony Cunningham, Mickael Herbelin, John McEvoy, Conor McNelis, Neil O’Brien (c), Steven Owens, Olivier Sakr, Ronan Shaughnessey
2016 Quebec Football Champions (Represented by Superleague team Verdun Vikings)
Patrick Bourke, Damien Conneely (c), Ronan Corbett, Paul Fairbrother, Eimear O’Leary-Barrett, Jake Ouellette, Laurent Sauzeat, Sam St-Laurent, Ali Telya
2015 Quebec Football Champions
Ludovic Boutevin, Olivier Brett, Damian Conneely, Conor Delea, Brian O’Donnell, Conor Farrell, Dave Glynn, Francois Goasmat, Michael Johnson, Martin Lawless, Ross O’Lochlainn, Kevin Mas, Manus McDermott, Liam Patterson-Morris, Paul O’Reilly
2014 Quebec Football Champions
Ronan Corbett, Neal Cunningham, Conor Farrell, Daithi Hand, Michael Johnson, Martin Lawless, Plunkett McCullough, Manus McDermott, David Nolan, Steven Owens, Vincent Power, Olivier Sakr
2014 Eastern Canada GAA Senior Champions
Damien Conneely (c), Ronan Corbett, Elaine Gilmore, Lindsay Graham, Larry Greene, Michael Johnson, Plunkett McCullough, Manus McDermott, Paul McKenna, Martin Lawless, Steven Owens, Olivier Sakr, Kathleen Zuk
2013 Quebec Football Champions
2012 Quebec Football Champions
2011 Quebec Football Champions
2010 Quebec Football Champions
2009 Quebec Football Champions
2008 Quebec Football Champions
2006 Quebec Football Champions
1956 Midwestern League Champions

=== Ladies Football===

2019 Eastern Canada GAA Senior Champions
Jasmine Akkermans, Chloe Berthioune-Verrette, Sam Clark, Amy Holdcroft, Frédérique Horwood, Emily Jibb, Audrey Le Gall Payne, Eimear O’Leary, Aimee Legault, Claire Lubell (c), Julie Morrice, Mariette Parrod, Shera Robinson

===Hurling===

2017 Eastern Canada GAA Senior Champions
Alan Baxter, Suibhne Blaix, Patrick Bourke, Laura Brody (c), Martin Burke, Damien Conneely, Ronan Corbett, Kevin Hughes, Michael Johnson, Loris Langlois, Martin Lawless, John McEvoy, Conor McNelis, Jake Ouellette, Liam Patterson-Morris, Paul Ryan, Olivier Sakr
1974 Toronto GAA Junior Hurling Champions
1973 North American Junior Hurling Champions
1961 North American Senior Hurling Champions
Denïs Baker, Pat Baker, Mike Collins, Liam Cotter, Tom  Daly, Dan Dillon, Pat Dunne, Steve Fahey, Brendan Glenane, Ned Healy, Andy Irish, Jimmy King, Martin King, Denis Leyne, Pat O’Meara, Pat Power, Dessie Vaughan 
1956 Midwestern League Champions
Dennis Baker, Jim O’Brien, Noel Carey, Joe Conroy, Dan Dillon, John Fahey, Pete Glenane, Brendan Glenane, Dan Grace, Ned Healy, Martin King, George Mulqueen, Tom Murnane, Pat Pollard, Pat Power, Ned Regan, Desi Vaughan

===Camogie===

2021 Heritage Cup Champions
Alanna Budden, Veronique Buisson, Haleigh Conway (Ottawa Gaels), Saoirse Griffin, Julie Houle, Emilie Lavallee-Funston (Ottawa Gaels), Roisin McDonald, Julie Morrice, Shannon Pine
2019 Heritage Cup Co-Champions (Quebec Patriotes)
Lea-Marie Caron (Quebec), Alex Furlong (Quebec), Julie Houle (c), Audrey Mathieu, Charlotte Martin (Quebec), Lucy O’Connor
2018 Eastern Canada GAA Senior Champions
Lisa Benneth (Halifax) Veronique Buisson, Emma Cullen (Halifax), Niamh Devaney (c), Jenn Dumais, Andrea Gaumond, Erin Hynes, Emily Jibb, Tiphaine Levrat, Saraid McCarrick, Paola Ruckoldt

===Individual Awards===

===Club Member of the Year===

2021 – Julie Morrice
2019 – Stevie Owens
2018 – Mairt Burke
2017 – Damien Conneely
2016 – Tony Cunningham & Jennifer Dumais
2015 – Paul Tormey
2014 – Tony Cunningham
2013 – Ronan Corbett
2012 – Stevie Owens & Ronan Shaughnessy
2009 – Tom Foxe
2008 – Patricia Staniforth
2007 – Paul & Donna Moran
2006 – Tom & Peggy Sclater
2005 – Billy Coen

===Hall of Shamrocks (Honorary Club Presidents)===

Inducted in May 2018 – Martin Greene & Paul Moran

===Male Player of the Year (Football)===

2021 – Mickael Herbelin (Nominated -Corey Crawford – Patrick Bourke)
2019 – Kevin Clarke (Nominated -Tony Cunningham – Teean Cummins)
2018 – Patrick Bourke (Nominated -Tony Cunningham – Ronan Shaughnessy – Dan Robinson)
2017 – Patrick Bourke (Nominated – Alan Baxter – Tony Cunningham – Conor McNelis)
2016 – Stevie Owens (Nominated – Neil O’Brien – Liam Patterson-Morris)
2015 – Olivier Sakr
2014 – Damien Conneely
2013 – Tony Cunningham
2012 – Martin Lawless
2011 – Shane Foley
2010 – Larry Greene
2009 – Jojo Boyle
2008 – Alan Buckley
2007 – Donal Lacey
2006 – Brian Firzpatrick
2005 – Oliver Kelly
2004 – Patrick Devey
2003 – Brendan Reid

===Female Player of the Year (Football)===

2021 – Mariette Parrod (Nominated – Julie Morrice – Jasmine Akkermans – Orla Mahon)
2019 – Aimee Legault
2018 – Claire Lubell (Nominated – Niamh Devaney – Emily Jibb – Annie Gaumond)
2017 – Laura Brody (Nominated – Mariette Parrod – Shera Robinson)
2016 – Shaundel Leamon (Nominated – Jennifer Dumais – Dale Bradley – Mariette Parrod)
2015 – Mariette Parrod
2014 – Kelly Cambridge
2013 – Kylie Mcllwaine
2012 – Lindsay Webb
2009 – Elaine Gilmore
2008 – Oonagh O’Neil
2007 – Elaine Gilmore
2006 – Triona Campbell
2005 – Nancy Cloutier
2004 – Jennifer Sclater
2003 – Christina Plamonte

===Male MIP of the Year (Football)===

2021 – Laurent Aymard (Nominated Brian Treacy – Tim Apadeile)
2019 – Corey Crawford (Nominated Brian Treacy – Jim Foley)
2018 – Liam Twomey (Nominated Mickael Herbelin – Loris Langlois – Jake Ouellette)
2017 – Mickael Herbelin (Nominated Loris Langlois – Liam Twomey)
2016 – Ludovic Boutevin (Nominated Paul Fairbrother – David Glynn – David Lemonnier)
2015 – Liam Patterson-Morris
2014 – Samuel St-Laurent
2013 – Matt Buttler
2012 – Guillaume Ducharme
2011 – Michael Johnson
2010 – Darragh Ennis
2009 – Olivier Sakr
2008 – Michael Batalha
2007 – Michael Martin
2006 – Yael Bouaud

===Ladies MIP of the Year (Football)===

2021 – Natasha Teich (Nominated Samantha Brittain – Manon Walsh – Kaya Dube Snow – Catherine Barnwell – Aveen Mahon)
2019 – Carine Machaalani (Nominated Orla Mahon, Manon Walsh, Paola Ruckholdt)
2018 – Emily Jibb (Nominated Paola Ruckholdt – Audrey Taillefer)
2017 – Ariane Jodoin (Nominated Claire Lubell – Paris Williams)
2016 – Emily Oelberg (Nominated Michelle Lee – Yette Gram – Julie Morrice – Annie Gaumond)

 

===MVP of the Year (Hurling)===

2021 – Liam Twomey (Nominated James Sisk – Damien Conneely)
2019 – Kieran Murphy (Nominated Patrick Bourke – James Sisk – Emmanuel Wilson – Liam Twomey)
2018 – Michael Brophy (Nominated Patrick Bourke – Ronan Corbett – Martin Lawless)
2017 – Patrick Bourke (Nominated Laura Brody – Paul Ryan)
2016 – Conor Delea (Nominated Jimmy Buckley – Laura Brody – Martin Burke)

===MIP of the Year (Hurling)===

2021 – Jake Ouellette (Nominated Brian Treacy – Tony Cunningham)
2019 – Tom Dayon (Nominated Brian Treacy – Mike Johnson – Curtis Watson – Jake Ouellette)
2018 – Loris Langlois (Nominated Stephen Ashworth – Tom Dayon – Ivan Fonseca – Jake Ouellette)
2017 – John McEvoy (Nominated Alan Baxter – Loris Langlois – Olivier Sakr – Liam Twomey)
2016 – David Lemonnier (Nominated Michael Johnson – Shaundel Leamon)
2015 – Guillaume Beauregard
2014 – Matthew Leney-Greene

 

===MVP of the Year (Camogie)===

2021 – Julie Morrice (Nominated Emily Jibb – Veronique Buisson)
2019 – Julie Houle (Nominated Audrey Mathieu, Veronique Buisson)
2018 – Laura Brody (Nominated Jennifer Dumais, Niamh Devaney, Saraid McCarrick)

===MIP of the Year (Camogie)===

2021 – Clara Pougeard (Nominated Julie Morrice – Shannon Pine)
2019 – Tiphaine Levrat (Nominated Vanessa Chaton, Julie Morrice, Annie Gaumond)
2018 – Emily Jibb (Nominated Tiphaine Levrat, Paola Ruckoldt, Annie Gaumond)

===Spirit of the Shamrocks (Best sportsmen like conduct)===

2021 – Neil O’Brien, Aidan Gallagher & Julie Houle
2019 – Manon Walsh, Ariane Jodoin, Keith Pine, Dianah Johnson, Brian Treacy, Cormac Noonan & Teean Cummins
2018 – Annie Gaumond, Mickael Herbelin & Jake Ouellette

===Rising Star===

2021 – Erin Rainville (Nominated Kaya Dube Snow – Aveen Mahon)
2019 – Frédérique Horwood

===Referees of the year===

2021 – Neil O’Brien, Damien Conneely, Brendan O’Connor, Ronan Corbett, Corey Crawford, Patrick Mahon, Jake Ouellette, Shera Robinson, Liam Twomey

===Volunteer of the Year===

2018 – Shera Robinson

===Individual Tournament Awards===

2021 – Heritage Cup Hurling MVP – Jake Ouellette
2021 – Heritage Cup Camogie MVP – Alanna Budden
2019 – Heritage Cup Camogie MVP – Lucy O’Connor
2019 – Eastern Canadian Championships Football Men MVP – Tony Cunningham
2019 – Eastern Canadian Championships Football Ladies MVP – Frédérique Horwood
2018 – Eastern Canadian Championships Football Men  MVP – Ronan Shaughnessy
2018 – Eastern Canadian Championships Football Men Junior MVP – Damien Conneely
2018 – Eastern Canadian Championships Football Ladies Junior MVP – Niamh Devaney
2017 – Eastern Canadian Championships Football Men  MVP – Ronan Shaughnessy
2017 – Eastern Canadian Championships Football Ladies MVP – Evelyne Moisan
2014 – Eastern Canadian Championships Football Men  MVP – Damien Conneely

===Players sent to represent Canada at the World Games===

2019
Waterford World Games
Men’s Football: Simon Chamberland, Corey Crawford, Mickael Herbelin, Olivier Sakr, Liam Twomey
Ladies Football: Jasmine Akkermans, Chloe Berthioune-Verrette, Brandy Byrd, Sam Clark, Frédérique Horwood, Ariane Jodoin, Emily Jibb, Eimear O’Leary-Barrett, Aimee Legault, Claire Lubell, Julie Morrice, Mariette Parrod, Shera Robinson
Hurling: Clement Broca, Tom Dayon, Brandon Doyle, Jake Ouellette, Curtis Watson, Emmanuel Wilson
Camogie: Veronique Buisson, Marie-Flore Castonguay, Vanessa Chaton, Karolyne Courville, Jenn Dumais, Annie Gaumond, Julie Houle, Tiphaine Levrat, Audrey Mathieu, Shannon Pine

2016
Dublin World Games
Men’s Football: Ludovic Boutevin, Guillaume Ducharme, Paul Fairbrother, Ian Martin, Mike Martin, Liam Patterson-Morris, Keith Pine, Dan Robinson
Ladies Football: Jenn Dumais, Mariette Parrod

2015
Abu Dhabi World Games
Men’s Football: Damien Conneely, Ronan Corbett, Guillaume Ducharme, Paul Fairbrother, Shane Foley, Martin Lawless, Plunkett McCullough, Chris Moran, Paul O’Reilly, Olivier Sakr, Steven Owens

2005
Shield Cup Dublin
Ladies Football: Elaine Gilmore, Patricia Staniforth

2002
Gaelic Football World Cup
Men’s Football: Murdoch Fitzgerald, Sean Havens