Cois Fharraige and weather reaches soaring heights

first_imgCOIS Fharraige has been brought to a close for another year.  Kilkee was treated to over an hour of the Zutons biggest hits as they finished out the musical proceedings. The biggest cheer of the weekend came when the band launched into Valerie mid setLimerick jazz ensemble Jazz Lite played homage to the Beatles with a fab four medley during their set in the afternoon. The Lightning Seeds gave a special acoustic performance while The Stereo MCs sent the crowd wild when they performed their 90’s hit Connected.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Saturday’s headliners The Saw Doctors did what they do best – getting the crowd into the party mood kicking off their set with N17 and sending the crowd home delighted after playing hit after hit. With the weather reaching soaring heights over the weekend, Cois Fharraige patrons gathered in numbers to enjoy the many beach based activities running alongside the music including three time Irish Wind Surfing champion Ryan Coote who demonstrated his windsurfing talents to the Kilkee crowd.The weekend also saw a successful return of the famed Tivoli Cup Racquets tournament.  An emblem of a long-running competition that is played against the plastered white walls on Kilkee beach, the game is unique to the seaside town and a favourite of hell raising film star Richard Harris who holds the title for most consecutive victories from 1948-51.  This year’s winners were Trevor Whelan and Ronan McDonagh from Limerick and were presented as champions by the Mayor of Kilkee Lily Marrinan Sullivan. Print Facebook Twitter Linkedin WhatsAppcenter_img NewsLocal NewsCois Fharraige and weather reaches soaring heightsBy admin – September 14, 2009 578 Advertisement Email Previous articleAer Lingus will not use Shannon Pre-Clearance Facilities before 2010Next articleLocal economy in recovery mode adminlast_img

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