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Friday, 13th May 2022

Local heroes join Ryan Tubridy at Blackstone Motors Late Late Show event

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Isobel Sanroma of the Chernobyl Children’s Fund enjoys the craic with Ryan Tubridy at the Blackstone Motors Renault RTE Late Late Show Event. Photo: Jenny Callanan.

Last Tuesday night was party time as Blackstone Motors hosted an incredibly entertaining evening with Ryan Tubridy and friends for a Late Late Show all of their own.  

Special guests included local hero and Louth GAA captain Sam Mulroy who shed some light on Louth’s stellar campaign. 

Louth Ladies GAA captain, Shannen McLaughlin, talked about the dedication it takes to be a footballer and a full time PE teacher and how she’s inspiring a future generation of GAA stars. Dessie Dolan completed the incredible GAA panel.    

Louth and Craggy Island were brought together as Joe Rooney tspoke about his experience playing father Damo, his stand-up comedy, and podcasts.   

Louth GAA captain Sam Mulroy, Louth Ladies GAA Captain Shannen McLaughlin and GAA Star Dessie Dolan during their interview with Ryan Tubridy, at the Blackstone Motors Renault RTE Late Late Show. Photo: Jenny Callanan.

One of Ireland’s all-time rugby greats, Mick Galwey was also present and he enriched the evening with plenty of stories and laughter.  

Inspiring activist Isobel Sanroma shared her heart-felt experiences working tirelessly for more than three decades with the children of Chernobyl.  

Dundalk FC manager Stephen O’Donnell provided great insight into the world of management and cutthroat competition in the top tier of Irish football.   

Guests were also treated to some wonderful evening from one of Ireland's rising musical talents, Brad Heidi.

 

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