Ardee honours Davy McCoy with a day to remember

Ardee honours Davy McCoy with a day to remember
A Day to Remember Davy McCoy a celebration of the late Davy’s life took place in Ardee on Saturday last.

A Day to Remember Davy McCoy a celebration of the late Davy’s life took place in Ardee on Saturday last.

Among those taking part in the 40k cycle were which strated off from St Mary’s GFC were Anne Keely and Mandy Boylan, Caroline McCoy and Emma McCoy, Oliver Arthur of the Ardee Cycling Club, who was one of the course officials, Anne and John Matthews

Declan O’Brien, Thomas Balfe and Seamus Curtis, Brian McGee and his sisters Sarah and Mary, and Tania Tenanty.

Cllr Finnan McCoy, chairman LCC started the Ardee Cycling Club’s 40K cycle from St Mary’s GFC which was in aid of the Ardee Hospice Homecare.

Benny Grogan from Philipstown and Maureen Madden Dundalk set out on their tandem.

Ardee St Mary’s GFC stalwarts Vinnie McCoy and Barnie Carrie were overseeing the proceeedings.

There was also an Ardee and District AC 5K fun run also in aid of the Ardee Hospice Homecare.

This event also attracted a huge turnout.

Official Ras na hEireann starter Tom Neary was there with his daughter Joan, both from Tallanstown and many many more.

There was also a Football Legends match that featured a host of Mary’s and Louth heroes through the years.

All-in-all the day was a great success.