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Tuesday 15 October 2019

Family and friends join Scot for 21st

Dundalk After Dark

Scott Gray and Shauna McGuinness.
Scott Gray and Shauna McGuinness.

One party I certainly wasn't going to miss last weekend was the 21st celebrations of Scott Gray from Cedarwood Park and there to make sure he had a fantastic night were his mum Audrey Garland, brother Stephen up from Tipperary, Brendan from Dromiskin sisters Maria Sonia and Sarah, Audrey's partner John Penty from Bridge Street and her sister Siobhan Gregory from O'Hanlon Park along with a huge collection of friends.

I wasn't too long in the door when I met up with the birthday boy who works for Vodafone in the Marshes who wanted a big shout out for his brother and well known jockey Shane Gray who was over in Thirsk with his girlfriend Lauren Taylor, little did he know that Shane and Lauren were the surprise guests who arrived in not long after we were there.

Next, I got a word with sister Sarah from Cedarwood Park who was there with family friend Michaela Gartland also from Cedarwood Park who told me the night was going to be an epic and no mistake.

I then headed over for a quick word with Emma Agnew from Marian Park and Saoirse Corrigan from Castletown Road who are friends with Scott's sister Sonia, were looking exceptionally well and wanted to wish Scott all the best on his big night.

After this I caught up with Sean Agnew from Muirhevnamor who was with Aoife Traynor from Meadow Grove and Kayleigh Stewart from Bay Estate who are also big mates with Scott and were there for an insane night with him.

Seated close by were Cianna Bramble and Sean O'Reilly both from Dublin. Cianna said she has been a college mate with Scott in the National College of Ireland and certainly wasn't going to miss his 21st party.

Close by I then got talking to Siobhan Duffy from Muirhevnamor who was with daughter Kenzie and Lexi Clarke. Siobhan said that Kenzie and Scott have been mates since 1st year and were looking forward to a mad one with him.

They were then joined by family friends Benny and Gwen Molocca from Monaghan who were just after arriving in and were ready to party.

Next, I had the pleasure of talking to Blathnaid Peyton from Carlingford and Shauna McGuinness from Blackrock who joined by Bronagh Quinn from Redbarns Road and Jolene Matthews from Doylesfort Road who were all looking exceptionally well and wanted too wish Scott all the best on his big night.

Finally, before I departed, I caught up with Lauren Traynor with Shane Aaron Daly from Reaghstown who was having a laugh with Sarah who told me not to get to give a big shout out to brother Stephen, Maria and daughter Sadie and say it is a brilliant party!

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