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Dolores Hughes:
Dolores Hughes from Glaslough is a name that has featured in the sporting section of emyvale.net in the past but more recently she has been making an international name for herself in a different sport and in a different country. Some months ago Dolores headed off round the globe to expereince life in Australia and very soon she was involved in the game of Rugby. Now if that had been boxing I would not have been surprised as she was a National champion here before she left. However she was soon spotted for her talent and in May last was selected to play for Perth Irish team in Australia and at the end of her first season with them she was selected as Player of the Year. As a result she was selected on the training panel of the Western Force rubgy team and so has decided to stay on in Australia for the time being. Dolores had played the game here before she left having started with Monaghan underage teams and then moving to Cavan senior team. She has played for Ulster U18’s and was on the training panel for the Ulster Womens team and now she is attracting attention by the top teams in Australia. This is a great achievement for Dolores in such a short period of time and we congratulate her and wish her every success going forward. She is daughter of Sean and Laura Hughes. Another local girl, Caroline McGlone, is a team mate of Dolores in Australia and she too received an award from the club for her determined and consistent hard work and assistance she has given for the development of the club. Well done Caroline.  
Our images show Dolores with her team, in action, receiving her Award and with Caroline.
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Dolores Hughes:
Dolores Hughes from Glaslough is a name that has featured in the sporting section of emyvale.net in the past but more recently she has been making an international name for herself in a different sport and in a different country. Some months ago Dolores headed off round the globe to expereince life in Australia and very soon she was involved in the game of Rugby. Now if that had been boxing I would not have been surprised as she was a National champion here before she left. However she was soon spotted for her talent and in May last was selected to play for Perth Irish team in Australia and at the end of her first season with them she was selected as Player of the Year. As a result she was selected on the training panel of the Western Force rubgy team and so has decided to stay on in Australia for the time being. Dolores had played the game here before she left having started with Monaghan underage teams and then moving to Cavan senior team. She has played for Ulster U18’s and was on the training panel for the Ulster Womens team and now she is attracting attention by the top teams in Australia. This is a great achievement for Dolores in such a short period of time and we congratulate her and wish her every success going forward. She is daughter of Sean and Laura Hughes. Another local girl, Caroline McGlone, is a team mate of Dolores in Australia and she too received an award from the club for her determined and consistent hard work and assistance she has given for the development of the club. Well done Caroline.