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Lily’s Pub and Eatery on the leafy Lisburn Road played host to the Ulster Rugby team’s end of season gathering.
The event marked an upbeat farewell to a very successful season for the squad who, alongside their family and friends celebrated in Lily’s opulent restaurant setting.
The team also bid farewell to the departure of their forwards coach, Jeremy Davidson who has been an integral part of the team since 2009 and honoured the numerous awards allocated to some of the team players throughout the season.
The Ulster Rugby players and their nearest and dearest feasted upon Lily’s delectable culinary offering of flavoursome starters, succulent roast mains and luscious desserts.
They were entertained by the Side Project; one of Lily’s regular three piece, resident bands who performed an array of classic covers from the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye and much more.

This event was just one of a string of important diary dates for Lily’s which has gained much attention for its private hire facility which has hosted everything from private parties to book and magazine launches, charity functions and even boutique weddings.
Seating 120, Lily’s is fast becoming a firm favourite with partygoers who want an alternative venue to celebrate in style with the focus on unpretentious quality and service.
Manager, Austin Finn said: “Our private hire facility has an understated charm. We’ve seen a mass of functions coming our way because we offer value, style and comfort.
“The Ulster Rugby team really enjoyed the evening we put on for them. And many partied into the small hours at our sister establishment, Rain.
“These kinds of events have opened up a whole new niche for Lily’s. We’ve been transforming our restaurant area to accommodate every kind of event and we’ve been working closely with customers to offer bespoke menus and decorate the space to reflect the nature of their celebrations.”
In light of the recent sporting celebrations, Lily’s will heighten its sport offering and has pledged to become a big sport itself, screening all the big rugby games next season, alongside premier football tournaments and more.

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