St Senans celebrate a year to remember

An estimated 370 people were present to give the players a standing ovation in recognition of their tremendous success and determination throughout the year.

In early December, Senans stopped Ballydonoghue from making it three-in-a-row in the North Kerry Senior Championship Final on a scoreline of 1-12 to 1-06.

Aidan Behan, chairman of the club, says it was great to see everyone being recognised for their work and commitment.

Honey Spike makes return to St John’s

Following on from their hugely successful four-night run last November, the group were invited back to Listowel by popular demand on February 23 and 24 for two more cracking performances.

The play follows a Traveller clan as they roam the length of Ireland from the Giant’s Causeway to the ‘Honey Spike’, a hospital in Kerry where superstition says their first child must be born.

Beginning at 8pm each evening, producer Mary Lavery Carrig believes the show has a particular resonance with Travellers in modern-day Ireland.