Jig at the end of Mrs Fogarty’s Christmas Cake by The Irish Rovers

Jig at the end of Mrs Fogarty’s Christmas Cake by The Irish Rovers

Does anyone know the name of the jig (I think it’s a jig - sounds like it) played at the end of the song “Mrs Fogarty’s Christmas Cake”, sung by the Irish Rovers - track 5 on their album “Christmas Collection”?
Some guy phoned me up because we run Dusty banjos, a learners’ group for adults, in Galway, and asked me this question, having played it down the phone to me from a Youtube recording of that track. He’s dying to learn it and wants to get the music for it; and he thought we might know it. It’s a simple wee tune and now it’s stuck in my head, too, and I’d lke to know the name of it myself now.
A search for Mrs Fogarty’s Christmas Cake on Youtube wlll immediately bring up The Wild Rovers’ verson of it, and after 3 minutes of song, they end with this jig. It sounds familiar, but I don’t have a name for it….
Thanks in advance!
Heather

Re: Jig at the end of Mrs Fogarty’s Christmas Cake by The Irish Rovers

It’s the first two parts of this with minor alterations in the second part.

https://thesession.org/tunes/2156

Jim