Lanesboro Ballyleague notes Monday 24th July 2023

Lanesboro Ballyleague notes


The marriage took place on Saturday 8th July at St. Mary’s Church, Lanesboro of Laura Casserley, daughter of Declan and Catherine Casserley, Clonfower and Ronan Kelly son of Majella and Donal Kelly, Currawinna, Ballyforan, Co. Roscommon. Chief bridesmaid was Ciara Featherstone a friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Cassie Betteson, Ciara Hanley and Sinéad Deane, all friends of the bride. The Bestman was Jonathon Kelly brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Kieran Kelly, brother of the groom,  and Paddy Neary and Jason Featherstone both friends of the groom. The pageboy was Daniel Kelly nephew of the groom and Flower Girl was Meabh Kelly, niece of the groom. The wedding ceremony was celebrated by Fr. Merlyn Kenny assisted by Fr. Francis Beirne. The wedding reception took place at the Landmark Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon. We wish the happy couple many years of wedded bliss.

Appreciation Night

In the local country music world and for years on Shannonside local radio the name Frank Kilbride is synonymous with great music. Frank has given his life to the progression of country and Irish and with great affect. For all his hard work it is only right and fitting that on this Thursday night in the Longford Arms Hotel a huge number of national and local stars will grace the stage to recognise Frank in an Appreciation Night. National acts include Jimmy Buckley, Philomena Begley, Foster & Allen, Brendan Shine, and Kathy Durkin will be joined with the very best of local talent in this celebration of Frank and country and Irish music.

There will also be a special appearance of two footballing legends Pat Jennings and Niall Quinn.

There will be an auction and raffle on the night with music in the bar following the concert.

Tickets are on sale in O’Brien’s at €20 each and your support will be greatly appreciated. You can also pay on the door on the night.

We wish Frank a wonderful night and say a big thank you for all the enjoyment he has given us over the years.

Wonderful and Exciting news for Route 426

For years on end we have had the embarrassment of no transport service to and from Longford or Roscommon when visitors to the area asked especially when they want to link with trains. Thankfully, we learned from Shannonside last week of a new bus service from Longford to Roscommon daily that will operate seven return trips Monday to Thursday, eight return trips on Friday and Saturday and four return trips on Sunday. Route 426 will commence on Monday next 31st July and pick up at the following designated stops between Longford to Roscommon – Ballymacormack, Killashee, Clonfower Cross, Lanesboro, Cloonadra, Moneen, Beechwood, Emoe and stops at the bus stop on the Mart Road (Dunnes Store).

The schedule for Lanesboro to Roscommon is Monday to Thursday 6.35am, 9.05am, 11.20am, 1.20pm, 3.05pm, 5.50 and 7.35pm. Friday there is an additional service at 10.05pm. Saturday sees 8 departure times 6.35am, 9.05am, 10.40am, 1.20pm, 3.20pm, 5.50pm, 7.35pm and 10.05pm. From Roscommon to Lanesboro the times are Monday to Thursday 9.30am, 12.15pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6.15pm and 8.15pm. On Friday there is the additional service at 11pm. Saturday’s schedule is 6.35am, 9.05am, 10.40am, 1.20pm, 3.20pm, 5.50pm, 7.35 and 10.05pm. Sunday service will be 8.05am, 11.35am, 3.20pm, and 6.50pm.

The schedule for Lanesboro to Longford is as follows: Monday to Thursday 8.17am, 9.47am, 12.32am, 2.17pm, 4.17pm, 6.32pm, and 8.32pm. Additional service on Friday at 11.17pm.

Saturday’s 8 services are 8.17am, 9.47am, 12.32pm, 2.17pm, 4.17pm, 6.32pm, 8.32pm, and 11.17pm. The four services on a Sunday are 9.32am, 12.32pm, 4.02pm and 7.47pm.

From Longford to Lanesboro Monday to Thursday: 6.15am, 8.45am, 11am, 1pm, 2.45pm5.30pm and 7.15pm. The extra service on Friday is at 9.45pm. On Saturday the 8 services will be from 6.15am, 8.45am, 10.20am, 1pm, 3pm, 5.30pm, 7.15pm and 9.45. The Sunday service times are 7.45am, 11.15am, 3pm and 6.30pm.

The bus will be wheelchair accessible. Public Holidays will see a Sunday service in affect.

TFI Local Link fares include single, return, student and child fares. Cash is accepted and Free Travel Pass holders and children under 5 years travel for free.

Printouts of the timetable are available in O’Brien’s

Tidy Town’s Lotto stands at €14,300

The Lanesboro Tidy Towns Lottery for Tuesday 25th July stands at €14,300. This is a wonderful opportunity to win a large amount of money for just €2 each envelope or 3 envelopes for €5.

The numbers drawn on Tuesday 18th July for a jackpot of €14,200 were 3, 4, 5 and 7.  There was no winner of the jackpot. The winner of the €50 prize was Mary Rice, Cloontuskert and the three €20 winners were Karen Ward c/o Mags, Ger Greene, Newtowncashel and Antoinette Skelly, Newtowncashel c/o O’Brien’s.

The Lanesboro Tidy Towns committee would like to thank you for your continued generosity and this support is ensuring that Lanesboro continues to look beautiful.

Draw deferred until next weekend

The annual Club Longford Club draw will now take place on Saturday next following a week’s deferment.

With the recent announcement of a major land purchase and €4 million investment in providing state of the art facilities there is a great need for the support of everyone to help make this development a reality.

The first prize of a Brand New Hyundai Tucson Diesel or €40,000 cash can be won.  The following is the list of further prizes: 2nd €1,500 Center Parcs Holiday Voucher or Cash Equivalent – Sponsored by M&N Nolan Motors); 3rd €1,000 Cash (Sponsored by Peter Hanley Motors); 4th €1,000 Cash (Sponsored by Elgin Energy); 5th 2 All Ireland Football Final with Overnight Stay and Dinner in the Croke Park Hotel; 6th 2 Nights B&B with Dinner for 2 in the 4 star Montenotte Hotel, Cork; 7th €500 Cash (Sponsored by Lir Analytical Ltd.) and 8th €500 Cash.

Tickets are priced at €50 each or 3 for €125. Tickets are available in O’Brien’s or Louis Skelly, Albert Cooney or from the Rathcline club who are handling the Rathcline Club tickets. The draw will take place on Saturday next 29th July.

Congratulation to Longford County Board on acquiring 32 acres of land adjoining their ground at Pearse Park and we look forward to an exciting development in their new centre of excellence.

Family Fun Day

Ballyleague and Lanesboro Tidy Towns have come together to host a fundraising family fun day for both organisations on Sunday 6th July. The idea came about after some discussion as to how we could cooperate better together for the benefit of both neighbouring communities and also to demonstrate another side of Tidy Towns as opposed to being all about environmental matters. There will be events for adults and kids alike. Tug of war, Hang Tough, Obstacle course race to name but a few for the adults and for the kids face painting, Bouncy castles etc. Activities kick off at 1.30pm in the green area to the rear of the car park in Lanesboro on Sunday the 6th August. Nominal charges will apply for certain events will apply The committee wish to acknowledge the support of two local business people for sponsoring the event, they being James Irwin Construction Limited and Ciaran Horohoe Construction (UK). Follow our FB page for updates Lanesboro/Ballyleague family fun day.

Classics & Premiers

Local man and renowned pianist Peter Regan will perform Classics & Premiers at King House, Boyle on Friday next 28th July at 8pm. Bookings can be made at

Strokestown GAA Lottery Winner

Congratulations to Terry O’Reilly on winning the Strokestown GAA lottery prize of €4,400.

Pictured below is Terry receiving his winning cheque. The picture includes Brian Neary, Joanne McGinley, Terry O’Reilly (winner of jackpot) Robbie Gibbons, presenting cheque of €4,400, Anita Moran and Colman Shiel.

Croagh Patrick Pilgrimage

The annual Croagh Patrick pilgrimage will take place, this year, on Sunday 30th July. If you are interested in travelling by bus there will be a bus leaving St. Mel’s Cathedral old car park at 5.40am and will stop to pick up passengers at the Percy French Hotel in Strokestown at 6.10am. To book a seat you are asked to contact Kitty 086 0405621 or Peter 087 6613510.

Lough Ree Golfing Society

All local golfers and their friends are invited to go along with the lough Ree Golfing Society

to Athlone Golf Club on next Friday 21st July. The tee time is 12.40 pm.. Hopefully the weather of the past week will have improved greatly by then.
Kayaking Camp

Kayaking Camp in Lanesboro/Ballyleague will take place from Monday 14th to Thursday 17th August for young people between the age of 10 and 17. All gear will be supplied apart from wetsuits; the cost of the camp is €70 and a second person from the same family €65. To make a booking for your youngsters place in the camp you are asked to phone 087 2977769 or for further details.

Due to great this is the second kayaking camp to be held this summer and you are advised to book early to avoid disappointment.

St. John’s Church

Service for the Roscommon Group of Parishes will finish on Sunday next 30th July at St John’s Church, Lanesborough with Morning Prayer at 11:30am

Cloontuskert Cemetery Sunday

Cemetery Sunday will be celebrated in Cloontuskert Cemetery on Sunday 13th August at 6pm. All families as asked to maintain their family graves in preparation for Cemetery Sunday.

Rathcline 50/50

On Monday 17th July the Rathcline GAA 50/50 weekly draw took place in the Yacht Bar. Another week of very successful selling and the winning pool rose to a wonderful €605. The winning envelope drawn out was in the name of Gerard Kenny, Killinure.

As always, the winning cheques can always be collected in O’Brien’s. The Rathcline 50/50 draw takes place every Monday night at 7.30pm. Your continued generous support is greatly appreciated and it is highlighted by the large pool each week.

Sunday night Cards

The weekly 25 partners game continued on Sunday night last in the parish hall. The winners on Sunday night 23rd July were: First place went to Joe & Brendan. 2nd place was Harry & Sean. Last game winners were Jim & Kitty. Raffle winners were Brendan Hanley, Kathleen Maguire, Kitty Feeney & Kevin McDonagh.  The game continues every Sunday night at 8.30pm sharp with light refreshments served.

Co. Longford Citizens Advice Centre

Co. Longford Citizens Information Service has recently been restructured and is currently under new management. 

They continue to provide free, impartial, and confidential information, advice, and advocacy services to the public on social services, rights, and entitlements. The range of areas covered by the citizens information centre are extremely wide including social welfare rights and entitlements and other social issues such as employment, health services, housing, education, family matters and consumer rights, all where people need access to information.   

The way people access the services changed during Covid and now they currently deal with a large number of queries over the telephone, however, they continue to provide our drop-in times and welcome people to their face-to-face service five mornings a week from the Longford office.  The services are provided by experienced trained Information Officers who are here to help 

The centre is located on level 1 within Longford Shopping Centre and direction can be obtained at the reception desk from Monday to Friday from 9.30am until 5.00pm. The office closes for lunch from 1pm until 2pm. 

Access for All boat

The Access for All boat is for everybody. The boat can cater for three large wheelchairs but you don’t have to be a wheelchair user to avail of the excellent trips. Guided fishing excursions can also be organised. Advanced booking is recommended. You can contact by email or phone 089 2625505 or 043 33 84175.

The summer sailings are 10am, 12 noon and 2.30pm.

Festivals all around us

Castlerea Rose Festival 2023 will commence on Sunday next 30th July and run until 6th August. There is a wide and varied list of events and evening entertainment will include Nathan Carter (Tuesday) and the Tumbling Paddies (Thursday) to name a couple. Information can be got on Instagram and Facebook when you search for Castlerea Rose Festival 2023.

In its 79th year the Ballygar Carnival arouses so many happy memories for so many local people and this year it comes back with a wonderful and varied programme of events from Thursday 3rd to Tuesday 8th August that will include the legendary Mike Denver on Saturday night 5th August. The mention of Ballygar always reminds us of the wonderful time at the amusements (funfair) that almost always ran our parents short on money.

From Sunday 6th to Monday 14th August Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann will take place again this year in Mullingar from with traditional musicians and singers of all ages providing the very best of music, song and dance. Visit for a programme of events and some wonderful concerts including local girl Cathy Jordan and the excellent Dervish and Sean Keane in a double concert in the Cathedral of Christ the King on Thursday 10th August starting at 7pm.

Support for local festivals is vital for their survival and our entrainment. We hope that you can find time to go along and enjoy the fun and excitement that the festivals bring.

Rathcline and the Galway Races

Only one week to go to the Rathcline tradition of  a ‘Club Day Out’ at the Galway Races and it will happen once again this year with the Day Out taking place on Monday 31st July. This is a wonderful occasion for everyone that attends and it is a great opportunity to dress up and enjoy the day at the Races in the lap of luxury. There is a tremendous package for the day and a wonderful opportunity for all sections of the community to go along and enjoy the day at the famous Galway Races. Why not bring along your friends and create that special day. Non club members are very welcome. If you are tempted by what promises to be another great day and would like to book or find out more information you should contact Liam Connerton (086) 8776405, Stephen Rooney (086) 3176301, or Kevin Hanley (086) 8908436. Tickets for this fabulous package cost €150.

The package will include Racecourse Admission, complimentary car parking, Champagne reception on arrival, Race card and pen, a racing tipster that may be able direct you in the right direction when searching for winners, a Four Course meal, complimentary wines with the meal, Afternoon Tea, Reserved table for the day, Best Dressed lady & Gent competition, after meal entertainment. There will also be full bar facilities and Tote betting facilities.

A bus will be provided if there is sufficient demand.

Tickets cost €150 and for bookings and further information you should contact: Liam Connerton (086) 8776405, Stephen Rooney (086) 3176301, or Kevin Hanley (086) 8908436.

booking is made to ensure your place at this traditionally fabulous day out.

Access for All boat

The Access for All boat is for everybody. The boat can cater for three large wheelchairs but you don’t be to be a wheelchair user to avail of the excellent trips. Guided fishing excursions can also be organised. Advanced booking is recommended. You can contact by email or phone 089 2625505 or 043 33 84175.

The summer sailings are 10am, 12 noon and 2.30pm.

Lough Derg

A one-day pilgrimage to Lough Derg will take place on Saturday 19th August. The bus will leave from Ballyleague church at 7am. Lough Derg donation is €45 and the bus costs €15. For more information and bookings please call Mary 043 33 21969.

Local notes inclusion

Anybody that wants items included in the local notes is advised that they have their note with me on a Sunday night at the very latest. This is to ensure inclusion in the coming weeks notes.

Line Dancing

Line Dancing classes take place every Friday morning 11am at the Quad Centre Roscommon Town.

Line Dancing classes every Sunday at the Quad Centre Roscommon Town for beginners from 6pm to 7pm and Improvers from 7pm to 8pm

Dance classes takes place in Kilbride, Four Mile House every Tuesday 7pm followed by:

Jive & Waltz classes 8 45pm.

Alcohol Anon Meetings

Relatives and friends of those addicted to alcohol are welcome to attend meetings in the Family Centre at the back of St. Mel’s Cathedral. The meetings take place every Tuesday evening at 7pm.

Gaelic4Mothers and Others

What was a resounding success last year is once again back at Clonbonny on Wednesday evenings. Training will recommence at the Rathcline club grounds on this Wednesday and continue every Wednesday evening at 7.15pm.

It matters not if you played football before this is a wonderful opportunity to make a start or to take up playing again. If you are new to the area this is a fabulous way to integrate into the community, make new friends and enjoy the fun that Gaelic4Mothers and Others provide.

Ballyleague Bingo

Ballyleague Bingo continues in Ballyleague Hall every Thursday night. The first numbers will be called at 8.30pm.

The club is extremely grateful for your continued tremendous support.


ALONE is a national organisation that enables older people to age at home.

Our work is for all older people and aims to improve physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. We have a National network of staff and volunteers who provide an integrated system of Support Coordination, Practical Supports, Befriending, a variety of Phone Services, Social Prescribing, Housing with Support and Assistive Technology.

We use individualised support plans, to address health, financial benefits and supports, social care, housing, transport and other arising needs using technology and through harnessing other services.

We work to empower the whole sector of community support for older people through our Community Impact Network that provides Training, IT support and resources to other organisations.

 Support line for older people

ALONE manage a national support line and additional support for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to Covid-19. Professional staff is available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week from 8am until 8pm. Text TALK to 50808 to begin.

Alcohol Anon Meetings

Relatives and friends of alcoholics are welcome to attend meetings in the Family Centre building at the back of St. Mel’s Cathedral on St. Mel’s Road, any Tuesday evening at 7pm.

Local Health Service

The health service is here for us all, from routine to urgent calls. HSELive is here 7 days a week to answer questions. Freephone 1800 700700.

Roscommon University Hospital Injury Unit is available from 8am to 8pm seven days, a week and the contact number is 09066 32212.

Emergency Department deals with serious injuries and life-threatening emergencies if you need urgent medical help. They are open 24 hours a day and can be contacted by phoning 999 or 112.

Smart Recovery

SMART recovery is an evidence based addiction recovery support group where participants learn self-empowering techniques to aid their recovery by overcoming addictive behaviour.

There is a meeting every Friday evening from 7pm to 8.30pm in Vita House, Roscommon. For information you should phone Conor 086 1702912 or


Grow is a Community Mental Health Movement which meets every Monday at 11am in the Community Mental Health Centre, Dublin Rd., Longford. If you are feeling lonely, isolated or suffering from stress, please feel free to attend. You can call Assumpta for any further information on 086 8114135.

St. Mary’s Church

Mass Changes: Weekday masses for the rest of July and for the month of August will take place daily on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 10am and on Friday at 7pm.

Croagh Patrick Pilgrimage: The annual Croagh Patrick pilgrimage will take place, this year, on Sunday 30th July. If you are interested in travelling by bus there will be a bus leaving St. Mel’s Cathedral old car park at 5.40am and will stop to pick up passengers at the Percy French Hotel in Strokestown at 6.10am. To book a seat you are asked to contact Kitty 086 0405621 or Peter 087 6613510.

Pilgrimage to Knock: The Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine will take place on Sunday 3rd September. The ceremonies will commence at 2.30 with Anointing of the Sick followed by Mass at 3pm.

Longford Citizen Information: The centre is located on level 1 within Longford Shopping Centre and it provides free, impartial and confidential information, advice and advocacy services, rights and entitlements. Information at the reception desk from Monday to Friday from 9.30am until 5.00pm. The office closes for lunch from 1pm until 2pm.  There is a free information booklet available and you can pick it up at the office.

Alcohol Anon Meeting: Relatives and friends of those addicted to alcoholare welcome to attend this meeting in the Family Centre at the back of St. Mel’s Cathedral on any Tuesday evenings at 7pm

Communion for Coeliacs: Gluten free hosts are available for all those who need them. Just make it known to the priest that you wish to receive a gluten free host at Holy Communion.

The Parish Hub: Maireád, the Parish Secretary is in her office on Tuesday to Thursday, 10.30am to 2.30pm. She can be contacted on the phone at 3321166. She will help you with any questions or booking related matters.

Speak with a Priest: if you wish to talk with any of the priests you can call into the sacristy after any Mass.

Talk to the Samaritans: Are you struggling to cope with life? Do you think it would help to talk about your problem in confidence? It does not matter who you are, how you feel or what happened to you. If things are getting you down you can turn to the Samaritans for help. The Samaritans are available on Freephone 116123, 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.

Alone Volunteers: Would you be willing to provide companionship or make calls to older people once a week? Alone is seeking volunteers in the area. Full training and support will be provided. If you are interest you are asked to sign up at the following address  

For more information you are invited to contact Helena at or phone 086 0145 829

Parish contacts

Fr. Merlyn Kenny, Newtowncashel 0860603433 and Fr. Turlough Baxter, Killashee 0879972259 who as you know are assisting in our parish.

Kilgefin Parish

Parish Contact:

You can contact Fr Dan at 089 2706060

Youth Pilgrimages: Throughout the month of August, young people from the Elphin dioceses will be on Pilgrimage with Bishop Kevin to World Youth Day in Lisbon (31st July – 8th August) and Lourdes (23rd -28th August). You are invited to keep them and all who travel with them in your prayers.

Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock

The annual Elphin Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine will take place on Sunday 20th August. Ceremonies will commence with the Anointing of the Sick at 2.30pm followed by Mass in the Basilica at 3pm.

Altar Servers: The parish would like to ask all the candidates for First Holy Communion 2023 to consider serving mass at any of the parish three churches. Parents/guardians are asked to contact Noreen Hanley for more details so that it can be organised to meet for rehearsals during the summer.

Church Maintenance: The Parish Finance committee would like to inform you that maintenance work will be carried out at Ballyleague Church in the coming weeks.

Lough Derg:

A one-day pilgrimage to Lough Derg will take place on Saturday 19th August. The bus will leave from Ballyleague church at 7am. Lough Derg donation is €45 and the bus costs €15. For more information and bookings please call Mary 043 33 21969.

Shannon Gaels Minor Club

Cúl Camps: The Cúl Camps were once again a tremendous success. The bad weather tried to put a damper on the camp but the youngster battled bravely through the inclement conditions. The club would like to extend a massive thanks to the St. Faithleach’s club for the use of its pitch and premises for three days of the camp at such short notice.

Winning feeling:

Congratulations to the Western Gaels U16 team and management who won the U16 Division 2 Shield Final when they defeated Southern Gaels on a scoreline of Western Gaels 3-6 Southern Gaels 1-7.

Congratulations to the U14 team who won the Plate Final at the recent annual Packie Joe Lynch Tournament in Killoe. The team beat Killoe in what was a very exciting and close final.

Thanks to the Killoe club for inviting us, their hospitality and running a fantastic tournament that all our players really enjoyed.

U14 winning team

Rathcline GAA

Senior Championship: The very best of luck to the senior team and management who take on Mullinalaghta St. Columba’s in the first round of the senior championship in the C&D Devine Park, Edgeworthstown in Saturday next. The game has a throw in time of 6.15pm and we encourage everyone that can to go along and cheer on the team.

The Oscars: The casts for the seven scenes for the Oscars were announced on Saturday night last in Adie’s. Cast for Love Hate are Ben Hussey, Michael J. O’Reilly, Hazel Johnston, Emma Hussey, James Gorham, Tommy Hawes, Caoilinn Flood, Vinnie Farrell, Shane Kenny, Oisín Kenny, Paul Hession, Kevin Tansey, Olivia Lisle, Shane Healy, Ray Donlon. Film Directors – Maura Tobin, Brendan Keane and Siobhan Chawke.

The cast for In the name of the father is Pascal McKenna, Pat Brennan, Susan Donlon, Kevin Mc Hugh, Cathal Mulvihill, Brian Casey, Michelle Lisle, Michelle Shea, and Caroline Farrell. The Film Directors are Michelle Lisle and Sean Kenny.

Waking Ned cast is Gerry Shanley, Brendan O’Sullivan, Colette Wyse, Micheala Cox, Mervin Johnston, Ciaran Prior, Mike Costello, Gavin Greally, David Mulvihill, and James Casey.

The directors for this film are Gavin Greally, Colette Wyse and Amanda Mitchell.

The cast for the Derry Gaels is Áine Stoneham, Holly Wyse, Shauna Cox, Eimear Flynn, Oran Wyse, Carol Cooney, Darragh Byrne, Brendan Rhatigan, Paddy Farrell, Jane Dowd, Zara Mulvihill, Marie Casey, Bríd Curran, Paddy Mulvihill, Leah Wyse, Patrick Casey and Sinead McHale.

The directors are Seadna Ryan and Paddy Casey.

The cast for the Snapper is Mandy Larkin, Syl Healy, Eilish Dillon, Niall Dowler, Mick Hand, Sarah Farrell, Niamh Gavigan, Aoife Nolan, Ciara Gavigan, Maura Tobin, Kelly Freeman, Nanu Hoyer, Sarah Curran, Lara O’Sullivan, Conor Lyons, Declan Connor, Sean Moran, Pat Deacy and Dessie Mc Dermott

The directors of this film are Syl Healey and Kevin Connor.

The cast for Veronica Guerin film is Eabha Casey, Mick Shortall, Michael Wall, Niall Keane, Max Webb, Mary McGrath, Emer Shorthall, Mark Casey, Oonagh Casey, Luke Lisle, Basil Mitchell, Mark Dowd and John L Farrell.

Film Directors will be Mary McGrath and Mick Shortall.

The Full Metal Jacket cast is Patrick McHale, Charlie McDermott, Kieran Feeney, John Rowan, Alan Fayne, Niall Nolan, Eanna McGrath, Oran Kenny, Duileach Ryan, Seadhna Ryan and Barry Hogan.

The film directors for this film are John Rowan, Patrick McHale and Alan Fayne.

There was a great crowd in attendance and the club would like to thank Gerdie and Lorraine Farrell for hosting the Oscars casting night.    

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