Naomh Fionnbarra club notes

January 03, 2019

Naomh Fionnbarra & St Anne's Lip Sync


Congratulations to the Fundraising Committee, the 12 Acts and numerous Volunteers on a hugely successful Lip Sync Battle in the City North Hotel last night. 

Well done to “Missy Tut”, Tracey Fanning,on winning the overall Best Act with her performance as Taylor Swift. Tracey was helped out by Katie McArdle, Siobhan Markey and Marie Doyle as dancers and the four cloaked men, Shane Fanning, Mairtin Murphy, James Butterly and William Woods.

The “Dancing mamas” won the prize for the best fundraisers. Eileen Murray, Mary Kennedy and Mary Reade pulled out all the stops running a disco, a breakfast morning, raffles and selling lines and tickets. JP Cahill along with his dance troop “House of Swag” got an award for the most entertaining group with all their somersaults and back flips. 

The Fundraising Committee, Martin McQuillan, Peter Callan, Nicola Connor, Marie Doyle, Ashley Callaghan and Marcella Markey put in a lot of time over the last three months in the build up to the event and on the night. Their hard worked paid off last night with a fantastic show. 


The Committee would like give a special thanks to the Acts as without these dedicated people the show would not have been possible. All twelve Acts really shone on stage. 


Sincere thanks to the Judges, Maria Matthews, Miriam McCarty  and Paddy Byrne, the door men James and Padraig Butterly, the voting ladies, Jeni Devlin, Amy Grant, Ellen Butterly and Roisin Osborne, the raffle helpers,St Anne's Camogie club, the stage hands, Nicholas Butterly and Padraic Murphy, the makeup Artists, Ciara Skeffington and Sarah Butterly, the choreographer Fiona Keenan O’Brien, Lip Sync Battles Ireland staff and the staff of the City north hotel.


Thank you to the main event sponsor Connect Credit Union and all business who donated towards the book and raffle. Finally thank to to the audience for supporting the Acts by voting and cheering them on. A successful event to end 2018, lets hope this success continues into 2019 for Naomh Fionnbarra and St Anne's.

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