Scouts pig out at Swine Flu bash

Bray People - - School Report -

SWINE FLU was far from every­one’s mind re­cently as they tucked into a roast pig dur­ing the Swine Flu Bar­be­cue in Bray.

Or­gan­ised by the 5th Wick­low Bray Sea Scouts to cel­e­brate their par­tic­i­pa­tion in the Dun Laoghaire re­gatta the bar­be­cue was a great suc­cess.

The mem­bers of Bray Sea Scouts took part in the re­gatta for the first time in a num­ber of years and were de­lighted to take home three pieces of sil­ver­ware hav­ing se­cured a first, sec­ond and third place.

Af­ter the re­gatta which saw the club’s skiff, Cailin Ban, be­ing used in a re­gatta for the first time, every­one headed back to the Scout Den for an evening’s fes­tiv­i­ties.

A pig had been roast­ing in the Scout Den since early that morn­ing and was send­ing mouth­wa­ter­ing aro­mas into the air and on ar­rival every­one tucked into the de­li­cious an­i­mal.

The weather on the evening re­mained fine and dry and the club didn’t have to use their back up plan of a tent in the ground of the Har­bour Bar.

UN­der 15 Skiff Race win­ners Conor Bran­den, Jake Mes­sitt, Daryl Bri­er­ton and Dar­ragh McKay.

Lauren Johnston, Chloe Philips, Julie O’Donoghue, Emily Ho­gan, Lily Davies and Genevieve Davis en­joy­ing their feast at the Swine Flu Bar­be­cue.

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