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The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth is the Westmeath Minotaurs name for its Hall of Fame. The name is derived from Greek mythology. The labyrinth was designed by Daedalus for King Minos of Knossos on Crete to contain the ferocious half-man/half-bull known as the Minotaur.


The purpose of induction into the Labyrinth is to recognize outstanding achievement sustained over many years in service to the club. The achievements can be cumulative and derive from playing, coaching, administrating/managing, or sustained support provided to the club. Induction into the Labyrinth is for life and is the highest honor within the club awards system. 

Awards Night & Individual Achievement

Awards Night is a social event to honor the team as a whole, player achievements, and those who support the club. Awards night is the final event and major highlight on the season’s calendar. It is usually held in the month of August. 

Through the years the awards have changed to suit the club. In 2018, the coaches set down some criteria for awards to provide some continuity to the process. 

Award Criteria


Clubperson of the Year Award: "This award is given to the person who has shown a willingness to invest great time and energy in all aspects of club activities. This person clearly shows a love for the club and is willing to sacrifice his or her time for the betterment of the Westmeath Minotaurs." 


Players’ Player of the Year Award: ''This award is given to the player, voted by his teammates, to have performed at an exceptional level over the course of the season. This player is an excellent team-mate and can be counted on by his peers at all times.''

Outstanding Play of the Year: "This award recognises an individual play, a key moment in a game, a key score etc that demonstrated what effort, commitment, hard work and dedication can achieve." 

Performance of the Year: "This award recognises either an exceptional individual, duo or group performance. We stress a focus on performance every year and these men demonstrated exactly that." 

Most Valuable Player

Offensive Player of the Year

Defensive Player of the Year

Special Teams Player of the Year

Rookie of the Year

Most Improved Player of the Year

Flag MVP

Youth MVP

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