Nominations are invited from Asian Gulf Board GAA Clubs or individual GAA members in AGB clubs for the AGB Hall of Fame award.
The Hall of Fame award is intended to award a person judged as outstanding in showing exemplary leadership, vision, energy & drive above and beyond what is expected with respect to GAA related activities in the Asia and Middle East region.
The person must have demonstrated the following:
- Willingness to promote GAA and the Asian Gaelic Games in the Region.
- Leadership at both club & regional level.
- A deep passion for GAA.
- Deemed to have made a significant contribution to the development of his/her club
Roll of Honour
|2011||Paraic McGrath||As Chairman of the ACB, Paraic has put a huge amount of effort into the development of clubs in the ACB. He is always ready to help clubs with insightful ideas and suggestions on how to develop and expand in their region. Paraic has been heavily involved in maintaining several partnerships between the ACB and organisations in Ireland, as well as with local Asian sponsors. His overall participation in the GAA has consistently been above and beyond.|
|2010||Edward Cosgrove||"Cossie" is the most successful player at the AGG ever. He has scored a record 7 Derek Brady Cup medals - three-in-a-row with the Seoul Gaels and 4-in-a-row with Hong Kong GAA. A great footballer, he has been heavily involved in both clubs pushing the boundaries and driving the improvement in standard of Men's Football in Asia.|
|2008||Noellie Lennon||Noellie has been to every one of the Asian Gaelic Games since their inception in 1996. He was a founding member of the AGG family and a founding member of the Asian County Board when it was set up in 2005. He was heavily involved in the organisation of the AGG in Shanghai in 2005 & 2006 and since. Noellie's contribution to GAA in Asia has been immense & his contribution to the coffers of Irish Bars across Asia has been even more so!|