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Some more a little but nice to see

All smiles at the Sunset Ridge for James Wade night back in mid 2000’s from left to right: Pat O’Connor RIP, PJ Coogan,Sean Leahy, Tim Jones RIP and James Wade. Great nigh later and much later. Two great people not with us today RIP.
This one from the early 60’s is of the very successful Stage Door team which was just above the Opera House on Lavitt’s Quay.
Picture courtesey of Jim Hegarty whose dad Paddy stands at the back right, Paddy went on to play/select with Connie Donovans a bit later on
McGarry on the verge of being choked,by Lewis at his appearance in Brannigans back in 2011. Also Sean Leahy and yours truly
Stephen O’Connor with his umbrella skirt trying to bustle Anastasia Dobromyslova at the Joshua Tree, he trying to have a second throw after already hitting 3 darts like.
Stephen O’Connor live at Brannigans against Aidran Lewis on 27th, August 2011, Gas
The Gallows at the CDO challenge cup semifinals and final night at the Joshua Tree on 5th, March 2013, The recently deceased Pat O’Mahony RIP is at the back second from right, always a team who deserved more than they won were the Gallows .
CDO Presentation of awards night at Local on Saturday 9th. June 2012, RIP Roy O’Donovan CDO Chairman and , Jim Mullane CDO Regestrar Donal Mulcahy RIP hall of fame recipient.
Yours truly receiving Lord Mayors civic award with other recipients at City Hall 20th. April 2011.
The Ma Dullea’s team winners of the CDO ladies Glenryan Tavern “A” division league.
Making the draw for the Smithwicks challenge cup at Guinness House Patrick Street mid to late 1980s from left, Gerry Fitzgerald President CDO, Charlie Byrd Cotton Ball A N Other of Guinness, Denis Olliffe Chairman CDO and Roy O’Donovan Secretary CDO.
Recently deceased RIP, Dinny Bob’s receiving the Cork City individual darts championship trophy from the real Chairman the late Roy O’Donovan, after his win at St, Vincent’s on Friday February 24th, 2012 two of the most honest and genuine men a person could befriend.
First evewr Beamish individual champion Martin Cotter receiving the cup from Ray Rahilly of Beamish. Also included is on left Martin Cotter proprietor of Ye Olde Tavern and Roy O’Donovan Chairman CDO.

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