Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby played on the old pitch next to the ring fort below the community centre. Probably the toughest pitch in Ireland. The Wild Atlantic way between Castletownbere and Dursey Island and its Cable Car. The final match was between Paul O’Shea’s team and The Beara Joinery team and O’Shea took the prize. Well done to all for taking part on a tough afternoon.
Watch a Short Video of the Tag Rugby Here
Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby
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Eyeries Family Festival ran over the weekend of 17 – 19th of July 2015. It was a brilliant piece of organisation and I am sure all that attended for all or part of it had a great time. There were so many things to see and do that it would have been impossible to be everywhere. Well done to the committee of organisers. Many thanks also to their many sponsors the main sponsor being Marine Harvest.
Watch a video of the festival here (version two with Irish Dancing included and music).
The video was shot by Richie Hodges from Balooz with help from Senan O’Connor from Vantage Point Video. Sorry if we missed you, but as said above very difficult to do everything. (Just added some Irish dancing thanks to John Angles)
Eyeries Family Festival
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Dursey Festival 2015 a well organised weekend but unfortunately let down by the cable car running on Winter hours. Hundreds were turned away from the island. Which was a great shame as there was plenty to do and see on the Island. Even the mayor of Cork made it over and was almost stuck on the island. The cable car is Ireland’s only cable car and as such is a big tourist draw to the area. Which is well in need of visitors. In any case those that made it had a great time and there were quite a few people sleeping over on the Saturday night. Thanks to the Islanders for their hospitality.