Winner of the photography award at the Camogie Association Volunteer & Media Awards, Tom Fox, pictured accepting his award from Camogie President, Catherine Neary in Croke Park, Dublin. (INPHO/Donall Farmer)

Readers of The Avondhu will be familiar with the photography of Tom Fox, especially sporting pictures in victory and defeat of his native Glenroe/Ballylanders and Limerick hurling, football, ladies football and camogie teams.

Last weekend he received national recognition from the Camogie Association when awarded the 2016 Photography Award, having been nominated by Limerick Camogie Board.

Having covered numerous Munster and All-Ireland championship games for The Avondhu the length and breadth of the country over the years, Tom was back in Croke Park for the Camogie Association Volunteer and Media Awards dinner last Saturday, February 4th and an enjoyable night was had by all.

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Kevin Howard
General Manager Kevin joined The Avondhu team in 1996, and worked in a variety of roles within the company following completion of third level education in Computer Software and Engineering. A shift in focus saw him move abroad in 2000 and 2001, progressing to a role as Customer Care Team Leader in Finland. His return to Ireland, co-incided with the opening of the company's Fermoy office, where he remained as Office Manager until 2007. Transferring to the Mitchelstown office, he has moved into the position of General Manager - his ethos is simply to ensure continuous improvement and advancement of a newspaper which has brought the community together for well over 30 years.