Dunloy took to the street on Sunday evening to welcome their side back home from Belfast and welcome the Volunteer Cup back to the village, making it three in a row and the fourth in five years.
Eamon and Willie Richmond were ready with the Creagh Concrete Lorry and Pappy’s Band drummed up an atmosphere with smoke flares burning through the Main Street of the village.
The hordes made their way to Pearse Park where chairman James McKeague addressed the crowd before Paul Shiels and Gregory O’Kane took over. The team had the final say with their own song with the crowds cheering.
A memorable night in Dunloy and there’s no doubting the celebrations will spill into another day, maybe two.