Tain March was one of the highlights of the Tain Festival in Dundalk

The march once again began in Ardee, making its way past Ardee Castle along Bridge Street for a re-enactment of the Fight at the Ford on the River Dee

The march once again began in Ardee, making its way past Ardee Castle along Bridge Street for a re-enactment of the Fight at the Ford on the River Dee

Helena Mullins, Dundalk was opne of the warriors to take part in the walk and some young warriors included Kate Minogue, Grace Duffy, Emma Duffy, Jack Minogue and Tara McGuinness.

Ardee sisters Laoise and Maya Chanda were two of the youngest warriors at the re-enactment.

Linzi Dowdall from Ardee was Queen Meadhbh on her trusty steed Bella. And Readypenny brothers Patrick Lawless as Ferdia and Peter Lawless as Cuchulainn did battle.

Is Boggers Bar in Ardee the last resting place for Ferdia’s sword ? Well, ‘Ferdia’ Lawless attempted to remove it from its massive rock.

Chef John McKeown busy carving the pig for the grand feast in Ardee Castle to feed the army and Amy Myles and Nadine Richardson were there waiting for the food to be served at the grand feast.

Hughie O’Neill, Ardee and Stephen Woods, Carlingford were also at the grand feast.

Harpist Kate Kerley, Reaghstown supplied the entertainment.

Frances Taylor, Stephen Woods and Eileen Murphy from Carlingford were also there.