The 2017 Hurling by the Lough, Iomáint Cois Locha, took place this weekend for a feast of hurling and camogie.

Schools from the local community took part in the event that coordinator Mick Finn described as a great occasion that is "not about the competition, it's about participation."

Denis Minihane was on hand to capture some of the fun at the event.


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