The Annual Dinner took place on Friday 21st November and was enjoyed by a large number of members and guests. After President Dave Bursey welcomed all in attendance Senior Deputy President Mark Younge proposed a toast to the IRFU, and IRFU Vice President Stephen Hilditch replied. The formalities were finished off by comedian Alan Shorte who decided on the night to be Finance Minister Michael Noonan. After the formalities many adjourned for further refreshments until the small hours, at which stage things started to get a little fuzzy.
Photos below show:
1. President Dave Bursey with IRFU Vice President Stephen Hilditch and Leinster Branch President John Glackin.
2. The large group of Leinster Club Presidents in attendance with members of the Old Wesley committee.