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.
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.