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Friday 24 January 2020

Dubs heroes ring in the new year on team trip to Bali

Dublin’s five-in-a-row All-Ireland winning team soak up sun in Bali
Dublin’s five-in-a-row All-Ireland winning team soak up sun in Bali

Dublin GAA star Philly McMahon had a belated honeymoon with his new wife Sarah Lacey in Bali as they rang in the New Year in style.

The couple got married at a fun-filled bash in Kilkea Castle last month as they moved their relationship to a new level.

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Sharing a picture of him and his other half enjoying a sunset on the beach, Philly wrote: "Ringing in the new year with Mrs McMahon and a special group of people."

However, the newly-weds were not there alone, given that Dublin's All-Ireland winning team were also over there.

The five-in-a-row heroes said farewell to a record-breaking year at a monster party in Finn's Beach Club in Uluwatu.

15 members of the victorious squad flew off to the Indonesian party island to soak up some winter sun and enjoy some quality time away together.

Situated beside a stunning beach, its New Year's Eve party featured a host of electronic acts including Camelphat, Elderbook, Flight Facilities and Lost Frequencies.

The popular venue features four pools and nine bars, making it a huge hit with revellers. Last year's event saw over 12,000 revellers attending the open-air event with similar figures expected for the 2019 bash.

Among those who made it to the team trip abroad were players Niall Scully, Cormac Costello and Paul Mannion.

Meanwhile, TV presenter and model Ruth O'Neill has revealed how the past year has been one of her happiest to date.

Philly McMahon and Sarah Lacey soak up the sun in Bali w
Philly McMahon and Sarah Lacey soak up the sun in Bali w

The former Xpose anchor said that 2019 was "so good to me" and was the best 12 months she's had in a long time after she took the plunge and moved abroad to America.

The Castleknock native posted several pictures of herself in exotic locations, alongside several snaps with a mystery man and wrote: "I moved to New York on my own, I met this amazing guy and I got to travel around the world covering musical festivals and interviewing artists.

"The difference a year makes."

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