Derek & Lisa (Canada)
This was our fourth annual trip to Ireland and fell in love with Ennis last year, extending our stay in your beautiful town. Last September we had the food fortune to catch the Wednesday night trad session, which was the highlight of our trip, and made some wonderful memories for my elderly mother who traveled with us. When we planned this year's pilgrimage to Ennis, we ensured we were here for Wednesday night, and once again we were blown away by the passion of the musicians and singers. Thanks to all for allowing us to peek into your magical world, and especially to John for making us feel welcome once again.
For those of you that know me, you will agree that my knowledge of greyhounds is rather limited...my hurling knowledge isnt spectacular either. Apparently, these creatures,unlike me, are not prone to weight fluctuation and have an affinity for chasing hares (fake and otherwise) around a circuit much to the interest of a wide audience. That said, the story of the missile is a truly an inspirational sporting success story for sports fans everywhere. This creature has been an amazing hero who has confounded greyhound critics with his outstanding arrival from obscurity and competing with the very best. Sincerest best wishes to Colin of the famous Barry clan, the Moroneys, Cootes,Brownes et al and may the missile keep inspiring us all for the distant future.
Amy from Germany
It was amazing Meeting you And your lovely father.
Greetings to all in Moroney's from The World End Irish Bar in Tokyo. The pint of Guinness here is €7.50 and as you would expect not a patch on what John, Ronnie or Hanna would pull for you in Moroney's. No bookies like Boylesports or Paddy Power's here either unless at the race track which is like a bigger version of a greyhound track. Cleanest and safest city I've ever visited though. Looking forward to a real pint of porter when I get home :-)
Hi John, Thank you for letting all of Tony's friends know of his passing. He was such a great guy and he thought the world of all of you. We are just sick over this. Yet, grateful to God for having Tony in all of our lives. If anyone is in his corner seat, they better rise and salute him too. My very best to you all, I wish the news was happier to share. I will mail you the newspaper write up. God Bless You, Dee
Madeline Willard Copeland
Hello, to Moroney family and staff, We were in Ennis in 2007, and talked to Gerry Moroney on the phone. Our Grandfater, James (Moroney) Willard, we believed came from Co. Clare. We were looking up his folks, hoping to find some of them. "Just by chance" we drove down the Street, when I looked up and noticed the James Moroney & sons sign. I was more than excited to have found, one of them at last. We send our deepest sympathy at your loss of Gerry, and we are sadden by the fact that we will not get to visit with him, if we get back to Ireland. We will stop by, just the same, to say "Hello" to great hospitable folks, like you, and stay awhile to have a pint. Our Best to You, Madeline & Bill Copeland, of San Antonio, Texas, USA
Hi all its David here I'd just like to thank Ennislusc and Moroney's Baron yer generous donation to Millie's trust.She is improving everyday docs and physios are amazed by her progress.As a Liverpool fan id love nothing more than see Leeds back in the Premier League,thanks again from the Considine Family.
The Lír Irish Bar Berlin
Had great craic with the lads from Moroney's bar tonight!!!
Excellent Gerry thank you for the mention , much appreciated and good luck with the website.
Hello I just wanted to let you know I'll be adding your bar to a website that I'm doing a bit of work for here http://www.clare-rosecottage.com/ it will be listed in a pub crawl map for visitors to the town, will let you know when it's up all the best Gerry.