Glasgow girls add a touch of glamour to The Irish News School, Club & Volunteer Awards launch an initiative that really recognises the schools, clubs and volunteers that help to make a difference
This group of bubbly Glasgow girls put a novel twist on catching the bride's bouquet before they set off to paint the town red - or was that green - on a St Patrick's weekend hen party in Belfast
The lively Scottish lasses were staying at the Wellington Park Hotel and their visit to the city coincided with the Irish News launch of their SCHOOL, CLUB & VOLUNTEER Awards initiative at the fashionable Malone Road venue at the weekend.
Up for the craic, the bride-to-be, Sarah Rainey soon to be Mrs Sarah Gallacher, tossed the O'Neills ball behind her - bouquet-style - to get the hen party and the awards event off to a flyer.
``I've sent the Glasgow girls on a few pics to rekindle fond memories of their stay in Belfast,'' said Irish News sports editor Thomas Hawkins.
``I hope they all had a great St Patrick’s Day (not too many sore heads?) and best of luck to the bride-to-be for her future happiness.
``Wishing you all a St Patrick's Day céad míle fáilte any time you're back in Belfast.''
We launch our SCHOOL, CLUB & VOLUNTEER AWARDS tomorrow!
An initiative that really recognises the schools, clubs and volunteers that help to MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
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