Kilraughts YFC has talent

Stuart Allen from Go With The Flow Bathrooms with the Irish dancing act Lord of the Dance from Kilraughts YFC
Stuart Allen from Go With The Flow Bathrooms with the Irish dancing act Lord of the Dance from Kilraughts YFC
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Kilraughts Young Farmers’ Club have kick-started the year by competing in the Young Farmers’ Club of Ulsters Got Talent. Lords of the Dance which consisted of Hannah Kirkpatrick, Ryan Millar, David Jamison, Harry Kirkpatrick, James Kirkpatrick, Darren Munnis and Colin Henry began Kilraughts acts with an traditional Irish dance.

It was a very well put together dance and everyone thanks Hannah who took time out of her busy schedule to teach these boys the dance.

Sean Kane, Kilraughts YFC, is pictured with YFCU president Roberta Simmons and presenter Pete Snodden

Sean Kane, Kilraughts YFC, is pictured with YFCU president Roberta Simmons and presenter Pete Snodden

The hard word paid off as the group was placed third at the end of the night. Kilraughts would also like to thank Stuart Allen from Go With the Flow Bathrooms for sponsoring them as all donations for the evening were going to Macmillian Cancer and towards the YFCU anniversary fund.

And Kilraughts talent didn’t stop there. Later on in the evening saw new member, Sean Kane take to the stage to sing Hallelujah.

A huge congratulations to Sean for taking part in this very competitive competition and for his outstanding performance which placed him in first place. The judges and crowd just loved him and his voice.

Kilraughts YFC would like to thank all friends, family and club members for coming up and supporting the acts it was definately worth it and for all your donations that evening too they are going to two great causes.