The Ireland Blogging Awards 2018: The Winners

We are delighted to announce the winners in our first-ever Ireland Blogging Awards.


Back in August 2018, we asked,

“Could you be an award-winning blogger?”

In its first year, Ireland Blogging has published articles about Ireland from a variety of contributors. Some of these have become regular guest bloggers, building their own blog on our community platform.

In 2018, we chose to set up the first-ever Ireland Blogging Awards as a way of giving recognition to our contributors.

The 2018 winners

In 2018, we ran two awards:

  • Ireland Blogging Author of the Year
  • Ireland Blogging Article of the Year

Our website stats were used exclusively to identify the winners.

    Ireland Blogging Author of the Year 

    This annual award is received by Ireland Blogging’s most popular author.

    We are delighted to announce that the Ireland Blogging Author of the Year for 2018 is Tommy McGibney

    Congratulations Tommy, and thanks for all the articles you posted on Ireland Blogging throughout the year.

    Tommy’s articles have focused mainly on walking and Highpointeering themes and are a great source of guidance, information and inspiration for those wanting to explore the Irish countryside on foot.

    Ireland Blogging Article of the Year

    This annual award is received by the author of the most popular article published on the Ireland Blogging website.

    We are delighted to announce that the Ireland Blogging Article of the Year for 2018 is My 10 Favourite Trig Pillars by Tommy McGibney.

    Congratulations again Tommy. You achieved the 2018 grand slam.

    Tommy’s winning article featured a categorised list of his favourite trig pillars in Ireland.

    Take part in 2019

    The Ireland Blogging Awards are open to all bloggers who have “contributor” privileges on the Ireland Blogging website. Authors with “administrator” or “editor” privileges are not eligible for these awards. Award winners can be personal bloggers representing themselves or can be the official representative of groups / organisations.

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