Dunbrody Charity Shoot

17 April

Well done to Dave and all the Dunbrody team, Sunday was a great charity shoot, as well as raising a great sum of money for a really worthy cause, the weather was great and also the half time food ( cakes were especially good) but what really made this shoot great was the atmosphere and the effort put in by everyone
Andy Vagg, Blue Arrows

We had a fabulous day with great sunshine, amazing catering, thanks to Deidre &co . .
It was great to see so many new faces at the shoot. The future looks bright for IFAF. A huge well done to Paul Philpot on getting a massive score of 570 in (BHR), this guy is one to watch for the the champs. .Well done to "Team Dunbrody"
Thomas, Na Laoch Dall

Dave, Dunbrody Archers, Confectioners & Caterers!
Well done to you all for working so hard to make the Charity Shoot last Sunday such a great day out for everyone. Restricting the course to one side for 3Ds worked wonderfully. The shoot might have been advertised as 'fun' but hitting the targets was no laughing matter; concentration was essential... which was difficult when thinking about all the lovely goodies to be eaten at half time!
As ever, thanks to my group counterparts; Neil, Kieran and Chris. I had a lovely day out with you all. It's always nice to shoot with 'new' people.
I'm so glad we [collectively] managed to tick all the boxes; put on an enjoyable shoot, feed and water the troops, have a monster raffle and, most important of all, raise a lot of money Crumlin Children's' Hospital. Well done, everybody.
Lynn, Dunbrody Archers

A great day at Dunbrody was had by all who attended last Sunday's charity shoot. With every penny going to very worthy recipients Crumlin Children's Hospital, we were delighted to see almost 50 archers in attendance. Admittedly prior to the shoot we would have hoped for an even larger turnout; however the money made by those present exceeded all expectations on the day. We raised just under a whopping 900 euro, a brilliant achievement. It was David Sinnott's brainchild and he had organised the event and so he should feel extremely pleased and proud for having pulled it all off to such a high degree. Well done David. Firstly and most importantly a big thanks to all those present who dug deep into their pockets. It is satisfying to know that the combined money raised will go to making a difference for sick children who attend the hospital.
Thanks also to Larry, Deirdre, Annette, Mark, Lauren, Heather and Maureen who all were instrumental on the day itself.
Thanks to all others who gave their time and efforts in the lead up to the event.
To our sponsors of the event, a huge thanks to the following... John Shiel- wood crafter, Jimmy Allen- Allen’s Restaurant and Takeaway, Alex furlong - Advance Pit stop, Eddie Ryan - A1 Insulations, Samantha Bolger - Shoely Devine, Thomas Colcough - Upholsterer, Martin Kirwin – Artist, and everybody who donated raffle prizes.
The day was a total success, thanks to all who supported it.
As for the shoot itself, it was an 18X2 3D shoot which took place in nice sunshine. Congrats to the winners and runners up. I (Andrew) ran a small challenge competiton at the end and well done to winners Bryan Rentes, Shannon Mernagh and Colin Kehoe.
So a wonderful day, Great stuff all.
Andrew Wayland Dunbrody Archers p.r.o.

Thank you to everyone who came to support us on Sunday. It was great to see everyone enjoying themselves at the shoot. We made nearly €900 for the Hospital's charity.
I can't thank you all enough for digging-deep and giving your support!
Dave Sinnott, Dunbrody Archers