CCE Dun Dealgan, Traditional Irish Musicians, All Ireland Champions, 1967 
photograph taken in Enniscorthy, County Wexford at Fleadh Ceoil na hEireann, 
included in this Photograph are Rory and Brendan our Irish Traditional Music Teachers 

Brenda Sloan, Aine Kennedy, Nuala Kennedy, Kathleen McCabe, Anne Ralph.
Gerarde Dawe, Brendan Gaughran, Rory Kennedy, Francis Duffy, Peter McArdle, 

 1967 Enniscorthy
 1968 Cashel
 1969 Clones
 1970 Listowel & CCE Recording of the Band on LP        .......   CL3v/a – Fleadh Cheoil Na hÉireann Lios Tuathail 1970 
  [1971] Dublin (June 1972) County Dublin 1971 
  Listowel    1972 
  Listowel    1973 
  Listowel    1974 
1975 Buncrana
Ireland June 16-20, 2003 Special Olympics World Summer Games  

The 2003 World Special Olympics were the largest sporting event ever hosted in Ireland and is the largest sporting event in the World for 2003.  

Ireland is proud to have hosted the World Special Olympics. 

The Games had: 
7,000 athletes;       2,000 coaches;      28,000 family & friends; 
30,000 volunteers; 2,000 international media personnel; 500,000 spectators; 
Attendees from 164 countries. 

Greetings to all visitors who attended the Games and good luck for the future to the Teams who visited Ireland during June 2003. 

Special Olympics A to Z
We celebrated in Ireland this sporting and cultural experience with athletes taking part from 164 international delegations from all over the World, as well as  their coaches, families, volunteers and sponsors, combining the excitement of sport with the opportunity for personal distinction, achievement and pride. 
- cead mile failte - Thank you for your visit. 
This page was last updated: February 23, 2015
triditional irish musicians
Previous members of The Band include: Joseph McKevitt; Edward Halfpenny; Brenda Sloan. 
After 1969 other Local Traditional Irish Musicians Successfully Played in The Band 
This page was updated: February 23, 2015
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