Details of O'Donovan brothers' homecoming revealed
Get along to Skibbereen in 11 days time as the craic will be mighty.
Double sculls team Gary and Paul O'Donovan captured the hearts and laughs of a nation with their Olympic silver medal win and their myriad of refreshing interviews.
The Cork brothers claimed Ireland's first ever rowing medal at an Olympic games with their Rio heroics and their achievement will be formally recognised in Skibbereen on Monday week.
Skibbereen Rowing - where the lads started off on the water - announced that the town will stage a homecoming for them, from 7pm, on August 29. There is set to be a reception held in the town centre, a parade and a further gathering, later on at the rowing.
Homecoming for Gary and Paul will be Monday 29th of August in Skibbereen at 7pm. More details to follow soon. pic.twitter.com/b1v3Z1lN4r
— Skibbereen Rowing (@skibbrowing) August 17, 2016
The first response was amusing a topical:
— Russell Fleming (@russell_fleming) August 17, 2016
Wesht Cork sounds like the place to be on August 29.
On the latest episode of the GAA Hour Hurling Show Wooly and the lads reflect on a monumental weekend of action. Listen below or subscribe here on iTunes