Scoil Rince Móna Ní Rodaigh celebration night
A dazzling display of silverware took centre stage when dancers from the world famous Scoil Rince Mona Ni Rodaigh got together for a black tie celebration ball in the Carrickdale Hotel recently.
Mona and daughters Dearbhla Lennon-Corry and Ciara Lennon- O'Kane led the celebrations to mark their successful year at the World Irish Dancing Championships since the school's foundation in 1970.
Dancers from the school won an amazing three World Titles, six World 'Globes' and 108 medals at the World Championships in Glasgow in March, cementing the school's status once more as one of the world's finest.
Pride of place went to the u11 Mixed Ceili, the Senior Mixed Ceili and Alannah Murray who were all crowned World Champions.
Dancers from the school also achieved outstanding success at the Oireachtas, winning four Solo champions, seven Ceili champions, 25 solo World qualifiers and a host of personal bests, as well as the All Ireland Championships.
Their dancers also featured prominently in the Fleadh Cheoil in Drogheda, taking to the stage of the Gig Rig, and featuring on Fleadh TV.
The school runs classes for children aged four plus in Dundalk, Knockbridge, Crossmaglen and Drumconrath as well as classes for adults.
Details can be found on their Facebook page.