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Irish Continental Group plc : Half-yearly report

               Irish Continental Group plc : Half-yearly report

                                      


                         HALF YEARLY FINANCIAL REPORT

                     FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

Financial Highlights             Six months to 30 June Change % Financial Year
                                       2013      2012*                    2012
Revenue                             €120.9m    €117.0m    +3.3%        €256.1m
EBITDA                               €15.8m     €14.1m   +12.1%         €45.8m
Operating Profit                      €6.4m      €4.9m   +30.6%         €24.4m
Profit before tax              €3.3m      €3.7m   -10.8%         €21.0m
    
EPS - continuing operations
EPS Basic                             16.4c      13.7c   +19.7%          88.6c
EPS Adjusted                          21.8c      16.9c   +29.0%         104.6c
Dividend                              33.0c      33.0c        -         100.0c

Operational Highlights             Six months to 30 June
                                         2013       2012 Change %
Volumes                                   000        000
Passengers                              678.4      676.7    +0.3%
Cars                                    142.5      148.7    -4.2%
RoRo Freight                             99.7       92.4    +7.9%
Container Freight (teu.**)          140.6     126.3*   +11.3%
Port Lifts                               86.4       89.5    -3.5%

*As restated to reflect the effect of discontinued operations.
**teu.: twenty foot equivalent units

  *Good volume growth in freight

  *Passenger and car markets mixed in first half but summer trading
    satisfactory

  *Increase in Revenue (up 3.3%), EBITDA (up 12.1%) and Basic EPS (up 19.7%)

  *Net Debt down to €105.4 million from €116.0 million at 31 December 2012

  *Interim dividend maintained at 33 cent

  *Volume growth in summer, in both freight and passenger, although weaker
    sterling is a headwind

Comment

In a comment John B. McGuckian Chairman stated;

''This was  a  positive half  years  trading  with increases  in  revenue  and 
operating profit  driven mainly  by higher  freight carryings  and lower  fuel 
costs, partially offset by weaker  passenger markets. Summer trading has  been 
encouraging across most business  areas, with volume  growth in passenger  and 
freight offset by weaker sterling, which affects tourism yields.''

29 August 2013

Enquiries: Eamonn Rothwell, Chief Executive Officer Tel: +353 1 607 5628
           Garry O'Dea, Finance Director            Tel: +353 1 607 5628
           Email:                                   info@icg.ie
           Website:                                 www.icg.ie

INTERIM MANAGEMENT REPORT
FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

RESULTS

In the prior  year the  Group disposed of  its subsidiary  Feederlink and  the 
comparatives set out in  the Interim Management Report  have been restated  to 
exclude trading from discontinued operations.  The Board of Irish  Continental 
Group plc (ICG) reports that, in the seasonally less profitable first half  of 
the year, the Group  recorded revenue of €120.9  million compared with  €117.0 
million in  the same  period in  2012, an  increase of  3.3%. Earnings  before 
interest, tax,  depreciation  and  amortisation  (EBITDA)  was  €15.8  million 
compared with €14.1 million in the  same period in 2012. Operating profit  was 
€6.4 million compared with €4.9 million  in 2012. Group fuel costs were  €23.9 
million compared with €25.7 million  in the same period  in 2012. There was  a 
net finance charge of €3.1 million  (2012: €1.2 million) which includes a  net 
pension expense of  €1.0 million (2012:  €0.8 million) and  net bank  interest 
payable of  €2.1 million  (2012: €0.4  million). Profit  before tax  was  €3.3 
million compared with €3.7 million in the  first half of 2012. The tax  charge 
amounted to €0.3 million (2012: €0.3  million). On a continuing basis EPS  was 
16.4c compared with  13.7c in  the first half  of 2012.  Adjusted EPS  (before 
non-trading items and net pension  interest expense) amounted to 21.8c  (2012: 
16.9c).

DIVIDEND

The Board declares an interim  dividend of 33 cent per  ICG Unit payable on  4 
October to shareholders on the register at 20 September 2013.

OPERATIONAL REVIEW

Ferries Division

The division  comprises Irish  Ferries, a  leading provider  of passenger  and 
freight ferry services between Ireland and both the UK and Continental Europe,
and the bareboat chartering  of multipurpose ferries  to third parties.  Irish 
Ferries operated 2,119 sailings in the period, up 1.5% on 2012.

Revenue in the division was €69.4  million (2012: €69.5 million). Profit  from 
operations increased to €4.0 million (2012: €3.2 million), with a €1.3 million
(7.0%) reduction in fuel  costs to €17.2 million,  partially offset by  higher 
drydock costs incurred on one of the vessels in the fleet.

In the first half passengers carried were up 0.3% at 678,400 while total  cars 
carried in the  first half of  2013 were  142,500, down 4.2%  on the  previous 
year, but at higher yields.

In RoRo freight,  Irish Ferries' volumes  were up 7.9%  to 99,700 units,  when 
compared with the first half of 2012.

The MV Kaitaki remained on  charter to P&O during  the period, trading in  New 
Zealand. The charter to P&O terminated on  30 June 2013 following which a  new 
charter commenced, on 1 July 2013 to KiwiRail. The new charter is for a period
of 4 years with an option for the charterer to extend by a further 3 years.

Container and Terminal Division

The Container and Terminal Division include the shipping line Eucon as well as
the division's strategically located container  terminals in Dublin (DFT)  and 
Belfast (BCT).

Turnover in the division was up  8.3% to €52.2 million (2012: €48.2  million), 
while profit from operations was €2.4 million (2012: €1.7 million)  reflecting 
stronger shipping volumes. Fuel costs in  the division were down 6.9% at  €6.7 
million.

Total containers shipped  were up 11.3%  at 140,600 teu  (2012: 126,300  teu). 
Units lifted at the division's port facilities in Dublin and Belfast were down
3.5% at 86,400  lifts (2012: 89,500  lifts) with an  increase in Dublin  being 
offset by a reduction in Belfast due to ship schedule changes.

FINANCIAL POSITION

EBITDA for the  period was €15.8  million compared with  €14.1 million in  the 
same period in  2012. Cash flow  generated from operations  was €23.1  million 
versus €17.6  million in  2012. Capital  expenditure in  the period  was  €6.6 
million (2012: €5.1 million) while pension payments in excess of service costs
amounted to €2.4 million (2012: €3.0  million). Free cash flow (net cash  from 
operating activities  after capital  expenditure) was  €14.2 million  compared 
with €11.9 million in the previous half year.

Net debt at the end of the period amounted to €105.4 million and this compares
with €116.0  million  at  31  December 2012.  The  final  dividend  for  2012, 
amounting to €12.3 million was paid during the period.

Shareholders equity  decreased  to €11.8  million  from €18.0  million  at  31 
December 2012. The  main reasons for  the decrease were  primarily due to  the 
dividend paid of €12.3 million offset  by €6.0 million of total  comprehensive 
income, which includes  an actuarial  gain arising on  the retirement  benefit 
obligation of €2.0 million and a profit for the period of €3.0 million.

PRINCIPAL RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES

The Group  has a  risk management  structure  in place  which is  designed  to 
identify, manage  and mitigate  the threats  to the  business. The  key  risks 
facing the Group in the six months  to 30 June 2013 include operational  risks 
such as risks to safety and  business continuity, commercial and market  risks 
due to reduced  demand for passenger  and freight services  combined with  the 
risk of increased supply of shipping  capacity due to the mobility of  assets, 
and financial  and commodity  risks  arising from  the current  financial  and 
economic environment.

Safety and Business Continuity

The Group  is  dependent  on  the  safe operation  of  its  vessels,  plant  & 
equipment. There is a risk that any  of the Group's vessels could be  involved 
in an incident which could cause loss of life and cargo and cause  significant 
interruption to  the  Group's  business.  In  mitigation,  the  Group  carries 
insurance in respect of passenger, cargo and third party liabilities, but does
not carry  insurance  for  business  interruption due  to  the  cost  involved 
relative to  the insurable  benefits. The  operation of  vessels of  the  type 
listed by the Group  are subject to significant  regulatory oversight by  flag 
state, port  state and  other regulatory  authorities whose  requirements  can 
change from time to time.

The business of the  Group is also  exposed to the  risk of interruption  from 
incidents  such  as  mechanical  failure,  or  other  loss  of  critical  port 
installations or vessels, or from labour  disputes either within the Group  or 
in key suppliers,  for example  ports or  fuel suppliers,  or from  a loss  of 
significant IT systems.

Commercial and Market Risk

The passenger market is subject to the current challenging economic
conditions, the weakness of sterling relative to the euro which impacts on
incoming demand to Ireland and to the competitive threat from short-haul and
regional airlines. The freight market is subject to general economic
conditions and in particular the reduced level of international trade in North
West Europe. Given the mobile nature of ships there is also the risk of
additional capacity arising in any of the Group's trading areas at relatively
short notice. The Group has commercial arrangements with freight customers
which mitigate the immediate effects of additional market capacity but in the
medium term the Group is exposed to the dilution of its customer base.

Financial and Commodity Risks

In light of the challenges arising in financial markets there is a higher
degree of financial risk in the business. Specific risks include higher risk
of default by debtors, reduced availability of credit insurance and
potentially reduced availability, and higher cost, of financing. Other
financial risks include the risks to the Group's defined benefit pension
schemes from changes in interest and inflation rates, longevity, and changes
in the market value of investments. In addition to normal risks attributable
to the Group's defined benefit pension schemes, the Group is exposed to risk
attributable to its membership of the multi-employer scheme, the Merchant Navy
Officer Pension Fund (MNOPF), where the participating employers have joint and
several liability for the obligations of the scheme. The rules of the scheme
provide for joint and several liability for employers for the obligations of
the scheme which had a funding shortfall of £152 million as at 31 March 2012.
This means the Group is exposed, with other performing employers, to a pro
rata share of the obligations of any employers who default on their
obligations. The Group is also exposed to the risk of a discontinuance basis
debt arising (a "S 75 debt") if it ceases participation in the MNOPF. This
would be a larger sum than the on-going deficit share and represents a
contingent liability. In terms of commodity price risk the Group's vessels
consume heavy fuel oil (HFO), marine diesel gas oil (MDO/MGO) and lubricating
oils, all of which continue to be subject to price volatility. The Group's
policy has been to purchase these commodities in the spot markets and to
remain unhedged.

RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS

There were no related party transactions in the half year that have materially
affected the financial position or performance of the Group in the period.  In 
addition, there were no  changes in related party  transactions from the  last 
annual report that could have a  material effect on the financial position  or 
performance of the Group in the first six months.

POST BALANCE SHEET EVENTS

There have been no material subsequent events, outside the ordinary course  of 
business, to report since the period ended 30 June 2013.

GOING CONCERN

After making enquiries and taking  into account the Group's committed  banking 
facilities which  extend to  September 2017,  the Directors  believe that  the 
Group has  adequate resources  to continue  in operational  existence for  the 
foreseeable future. In  forming this  view the Directors  have considered  the 
future cash  requirements  of the  Group's  business  in the  context  of  the 
economic environment  over  the  next  12  months,  the  principal  risks  and 
uncertainties facing the Group,  the Group's budget plan  and the medium  term 
strategy of the  Group, including  capital investment plans.  The future  cash 
requirements have been compared  to bank facilities  which the Directors  have 
negotiated. For this reason, they continue to adopt the going concern basis in
preparing this half yearly financial report.

AUDITOR REVIEW

This half yearly  financial report  has not been  audited or  reviewed by  the 
auditors of the  Group pursuant to  the Auditing Practices  Board guidance  on 
Review of Interim Financial Information.

CURRENT TRADING & OUTLOOK

Trading during the peak  summer months has been  satisfactory. In the 8  weeks 
from 30 June 2013 to 24 August 2013 total passengers carried were up 9%, while
cars carried were up 6%.  However weaker sterling (down  8.5% year on year  in 
July and August) is affecting yields on our UK originating car business.  Roll 
on Roll  off  freight volumes  were  up 12%  during  the two  months.  In  the 
Container and Terminal division container carryings remained strong, up 15% in
the two months while port lifts were down 5% compared to the same period  last 
year.

Cumulatively in  the  34  weeks  to 24  August  2013,  Irish  Ferries  carried 
1,105,400 passengers, up 4% while the number of cars carried was 238,400, flat
against the same period  last year. In  the Roll on  Roll off freight  market, 
Irish Ferries carried 129,500 units, an increase of 9% compared with the  same 
period in 2012. Container freight volumes shipped increased by 12% to  182,800 
teu compared with the same  period last year, while port  lifts fell by 4%  to 
113,100 lifts year on year.

The outlook for the remainder of the year is for a continuation of the  trends 
seen to date, with growth  in freight particularly, but  with the impact of  a 
weaker sterling weighing  on car and  passenger yields in  our UK  originating 
traffic.

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

This report contains certain forward-looking statements. These statements  are 
made by the Directors in good faith based on the information available to them
up to  the  time of  their  approval  of this  report.  These  forward-looking 
statements should be treated with  caution due to the inherent  uncertainties, 
including both economic and business risk factors, underlying any such forward
looking information.

This report has been  prepared for the  Group as a  whole and therefore  gives 
greater emphasis to those matters  which are significant to Irish  Continental 
Group plc and its subsidiaries when viewed as a whole.

Website

This half yearly financial report and Interim Management Report are  available 
on the Group's website www.icg.ie

John B. McGuckian
Chairman
28 August 2013

RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT

The Directors are responsible for  preparing the Half Yearly Financial  Report 
in accordance with the  Transparency (Directive 2004/109/EC) Regulations  2007 
(as amended), the related  Transparency Rules of the  Central Bank of  Ireland 
and IAS 34, 'Interim Financial Reporting' as adopted by the European Union.

The Directors confirm that, to the best of their knowledge:

  *the Group Condensed Financial Statements for  the half year ended 30  June 
    2013 have been  prepared in accordance  with the International  Accounting 
    Standard  applicable  to  interim  financial  reporting  (IAS  34  Interim 
    Financial Reporting) adopted pursuant to the procedure provided for  under 
    Article 6 of the Regulation (EC) No. 1606/2002 of the European  Parliament 
    and the Council of 19 July 2002;

  *the Interim  Management Report  includes a  fair review  of the  important 
    events that have  occurred during the  first six months  of the  financial 
    year, their impact on the Group  Condensed Financial Statements for  the 
    half year ended 30 June 2013, and a description of   the principal risks
    and uncertainties for the remaining six months; and

  *the Interim  Management Report  includes a  fair review  of related  party 
    transactions that have occurred during the first six months of the current
    financial year and that have materially affected the financial position or
    the performance of the  Group during that period,  and any changes in  the 
    related parties  transactions described  in the  last Annual  Report  that 
    could have a material effect on  the financial position or performance  of 
    the Group in the first six months of the current financial year.

Eamonn Rothwell Chief Executive Officer
Garry O'Dea     Finance Director
28 August 2013

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT
FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

                                            Half year Half year     Year
                                                 ended      ended        ended
                                                30 Jun     30 Jun       31 Dec
                                                  2013      2012*       2012**
                                      Notes         €m         €m           €m
Revenue                                          120.9      117.0        256.1
Depreciation and amortisation                    (9.4)      (9.2)       (19.3)
Employee benefits expense                        (8.2)      (8.3)       (17.4)
Other operating expenses                        (96.9)     (94.6)      (192.9)
                                                   6.4        4.9         26.5
Non-trading items                                    -          -        (2.1)
Operating profit                                   6.4        4.9         24.4
Investment revenue                                 0.1          -          0.1
Finance costs                                    (3.2)      (1.2)        (3.5)
Profit before taxation                             3.3        3.7         21.0
Income tax expense                               (0.3)      (0.3)        (0.5)
Profit from continuing operations                  3.0        3.4         20.5
Discontinued operations
Trading profit from discontinued                     -        0.2          0.9
operations   
Non-trading items                                    -          -         21.0
Profit from discontinued operations                  -        0.2         21.9
Profit for the period: all
attributable
to equity holders of the parent                   3.0        3.6         42.4
Earnings per ordinary share (cent)
From continuing and discontinued
operations:     
Basic                                   5      16.4c      14.5c       183.2c
Diluted                                   5      16.3c      14.4c       182.8c
From continuing operations:
Basic                                     5      16.4c      13.7c        88.6c
Diluted                                   5      16.3c      13.6c        88.4c

*As restated to reflect the effect of discontinued operations and revised IAS
19.
** As restated to reflect the effect of revised IAS 19.

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME
FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

                                            Half year Half year     Year
                                                 ended      ended        ended
                                                30 Jun     30 Jun       31 Dec
                                                  2013       2012         2012
                                      Notes         €m         €m           €m
Profit for the period                              3.0        3.6         42.4
Cash flow hedges:
- Fair value gains / (losses) arising
during the 
period                                            0.7          -        (0.6)
- Transfer to Consolidated Income
Statement 
net settlement of cash flow hedge                 0.2          -            -
Exchange differences on translation
of foreign operations                             0.1        2.6          3.1
Actuarial gain / (loss) on retirement
benefit
schemes                                11        2.0     (30.5)       (34.7)
Deferred tax movements                             0.1          -          0.3
Exchange difference on defined benefit
schemes                                         (0.1)      (0.2)        (0.2)
Other comprehensive income / (expense)
for the period                                    3.0     (28.1)       (32.1)
Total comprehensive income / (expense)
for the period: all attributable to
equity
holders of the parent                             6.0     (24.5)         10.3

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
AS AT 30 JUNE 2013

                                              30 Jun   30 Jun   31 Dec
                                                   2013        2012       2012
                                      Notes          €m          €m         €m
Assets
Non-current assets
Property, plant and equipment             6       171.2       180.6      174.2
Intangible assets                         7         0.8         0.8        0.8
Finance lease receivable                           16.3        19.3       17.5
Retirement benefit surplus               11         4.0         4.5        3.7
                                                  192.3       205.2      196.2
Current assets
Inventories                                         2.6         3.4        2.7
Trade and other receivables                        37.8        39.6       37.5
Derivative financial instruments                    0.3           -          -
Cash and bank balances                    8        23.0        13.7       22.3
                                                   63.7        56.7       62.5
Total assets                                      256.0       261.9      258.7
Equity and liabilities
Equity
Share capital                                      11.9        16.3       11.9
Share premium                                       7.6        53.0        7.5
Other reserves                                    (8.6)      (15.8)      (9.6)
Retained earnings                                   0.9        47.1        8.2
Equity attributable to equity                      11.8       100.6       18.0
holders    
Non-current liabilities
Borrowings                                8       112.4        29.2      123.2
Trade and other payables                            0.7         0.8        0.7
Deferred tax liabilities                            3.9         4.4        4.0
Provisions                                          0.4         0.4        0.4
Deferred grant                                      0.6         0.7        0.7
Retirement benefit obligation         11        55.3        65.5       58.3
                                                  173.3       101.0      187.3
Current liabilities
Borrowings                                8        16.0         5.3       15.1
Trade and other payables                           51.9        52.2       33.9
Derivative financial instruments                      -           -        0.6
Current tax liabilities                             2.5         2.3        3.3
Provisions                                          0.4         0.4        0.4
Deferred grant                                      0.1         0.1        0.1
                                                   70.9        60.3       53.4
Total liabilities                                 244.2       161.3      240.7
Total equity and liabilities                      256.0       261.9      258.7

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY
FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

                                  Share    Share     Other  Retained
                              Capital Premium Reserves Earnings Total
                                     €m       €m        €m        €m     €m
Balance at 1 January 2013          11.9      7.5     (9.6)       8.2   18.0
Profit for the period                 -        -         -       3.0    3.0
Other comprehensive income           -        -       1.0       2.0    3.0
Total comprehensive
income for the period                -        -       1.0       5.0    6.0
Share issue                           -      0.1         -         -    0.1
Dividend payment (note 4)             -        -         -    (12.3) (12.3)
                                      -      0.1       1.0     (7.3)  (6.2)
Balance at 30 June 2013            11.9      7.6     (8.6)       0.9   11.8
Analysed as follows:
Share capital                                                          11.9
Share premium                                                           7.6
Other reserves                                                        (8.6)
Retained earnings                                                       0.9
                                                                       11.8

Other Reserves comprise the following:

                                         Share
                              Capital  Options  Hedging  Translation
                             Reserve Reserve Reserve   Reserve   Total
                                   €m       €m       €m           €m        €m
Balance at 1 January 2013         7.3      3.4    (0.6)       (19.7)     (9.6)
Other comprehensive income         -        -      0.9          0.1       1.0
Balance at 30 June 2013           7.3      3.4      0.3       (19.6)     (8.6)

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY
FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2012

                                  Share    Share     Other  Retained
                                Capital Premium Reserves Earnings   Total
                                     €m       €m        €m        €m        €m
Balance at 1 January 2012          16.7     52.7    (18.9)     101.1     151.6
Profit for the period                 -        -         -       3.6       3.6
Other comprehensive income /
(expense)                            -        -       2.6    (30.7)    (28.1)
Total comprehensive
income / (expense)
for the period                       -        -       2.6    (27.1)    (24.5)
Share issue                         0.1      0.3         -         -       0.4
Share buyback                     (0.5)        -       0.5    (10.2)    (10.2)
Dividend payment (note 4)          -        -         -    (16.7)    (16.7)
                                  (0.4)      0.3       3.1    (54.0)    (51.0)
Balance at 30 June 2012            16.3     53.0    (15.8)      47.1     100.6
Analysed as follows:
Share capital                                                             16.3
Share premium                                                             53.0
Other reserves                                                          (15.8)
Retained earnings                                                         47.1
                                                                         100.6

Other Reserves comprise the following:

                                                  Share
                                       Capital  Options  Translation
                                     Reserve Reserve   Reserve   Total
                                            €m       €m           €m        €m
Balance at 1 January 2012                  2.4      1.5       (22.8)    (18.9)
Other comprehensive income    
                                        -        -          2.6       2.6
Share buyback                              0.5        -            -       0.5
                                           0.5        -          2.6       3.1
Balance at 30 June 2012                    2.9      1.5       (20.2)    (15.8)

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012

                                   Share   Share     Other  Retained
                                 Capital Premium Reserves Earnings  Total
                                      €m      €m        €m        €m       €m
Balance at 1 January 2012           16.7    52.7    (18.9)     101.1    151.6
Profit for the year                    -       -         -      42.4     42.4
Other comprehensive income / 
(expense)                             -       -       2.5    (34.6)   (32.1)
Total comprehensive
income for the year                    -       -       2.5       7.8     10.3
Employee share options
expense                                -       -       2.3         -      2.3
Share Issue                          0.1     1.5         -         -      1.6
Share buyback                      (4.3)       -       4.3   (121.6)  (121.6)
Share buyback expenses                 -       -         -     (1.5)    (1.5)
Cancel treasury shares             (0.6)       -       0.6         -        -
Capital reduction                      -  (46.7)         -      46.7        -
Dividends                              -       -         -    (24.7)   (24.7)
Transferred to retained earnings
on exercise of share options          -       -     (0.4)       0.4        -
                                   (4.8)  (45.2)       9.3    (92.9)  (133.6)
Balance at 31 December 2012         11.9     7.5     (9.6)       8.2     18.0
Analysed as follows:
Share capital                                                            11.9
Share premium                                                             7.5
Other reserves                                                          (9.6)
Retained earnings                                                         8.2
                                                                         18.0

Other Reserves comprise the following:

                                             Share
                                  Capital  Options Hedging Translation
                                 Reserve Reserve Reserve     Reserve Total
                                       €m       €m      €m          €m     €m
Balance at 1 January 2012             2.4      1.5       -      (22.8) (18.9)
Other comprehensive (expense)
/ income                               -        -   (0.6)         3.1    2.5
Employee share options
expense                                -      2.3       -           -    2.3
Share buyback                         4.3        -       -           -    4.3
Cancel treasury shares                0.6        -       -           -    0.6
Transferred to retained earnings
on exercise of share options           -    (0.4)       -           -  (0.4)
                                      4.9      1.9   (0.6)         3.1    9.3
Balance at 31 December 2012           7.3      3.4   (0.6)      (19.7)  (9.6)

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS 
FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

                                                30 Jun   30 Jun   31 Dec
                                                    2013       2012       2012
                                        Notes         €m         €m         €m
Net cash inflow from operating activities 12       20.8       17.0       26.9
Cash flow from investing activities
Interest received                                    0.1          -        0.1
Proceeds on disposal of property, plant
and
equipment                                           0.1        0.4        0.8
Net proceeds received on disposal of
investment in subsidiary                            6.8          -       18.3
Payment received on finance lease                    1.4        1.3        2.7
receivable
Purchases of property, plant and                   (6.4)      (4.9)      (8.1)
equipment
Purchase of intangible assets                      (0.2)      (0.2)      (0.4)
Net cash inflow / (outflow) from
investing
activities                                          1.8      (3.4)       13.4
Cash flow from financing activities
Dividends paid to equity holders of the
Company                                          (12.3)     (16.7)     (24.7)
Repayments of borrowings                          (14.5)      (2.5)     (12.8)
Repayments of obligations under finance            (0.3)      (0.3)      (0.7)
leases
Proceeds on issue of ordinary share                  0.1        0.4        1.6
capital
Share buyback                                          -     (10.2)    (123.1)
Non-trading item: Financing and related                -          -      (2.1)
fees
New bank loans raised                                5.0       15.0      133.0
Inception of new finance lease                         -          -        1.4
Net cash outflow from financing                   (22.0)     (14.3)     (27.4)
activities
Net increase / (decrease) in cash and
cash
equivalents                                         0.6      (0.7)       12.9
Cash and cash equivalents at the
beginning
of the period                                      22.3        9.5        9.5
Effect of foreign exchange rate changes              0.1          -      (0.1)
Cash and cash equivalents at the end of
the
period                                     8       23.0        8.8       22.3

NOTES TO THE CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

1. General information

These condensed financial  statements do not  comprise the statutory  accounts 
within the meaning of  Section 19 of the  Companies (Amendment) Act 1986.  The 
figures disclosed relating  to 31  December 2012  have been  derived from  the 
consolidated financial statements which were audited, received an  unqualified 
audit report and have been filed with the Registrar of Companies.

The interim figures included in the condensed financial statements for the six
months ended 30 June 2013 and the comparative amounts for the six months ended
30 June 2012 are unaudited.

Irish Continental  Group  plc uses  alternative  performance measures  as  key 
financial indicators to assess the underlying performance of the Group.  These 
include EBITDA, operating profit,  net debt, adjusted  earnings per share  and 
free cash flow.  These measures have  been explained and  defined in the  2012 
Annual Report.

2. Accounting policies

The Group Condensed Financial Statements for the six months ended 30 June 2013
have been prepared in accordance with the Transparency (Directive 2004/109/EC)
Regulations 2007 (as amended), the  related Transparency Rules of the  Central 
Bank of Ireland and  with IAS 34 'Interim  Financial Reporting' as adopted  by 
the European Union.

The accounting policies and methods of computation applied in preparing  these 
condensed financial statements are consistent with those set out in the  Group 
Annual Report  for  the  financial  year ended  31  December  2012,  which  is 
available at www.icg.ie.

The Group did not  adopt any new  International Financial Reporting  Standards 
(IFRS) or Interpretations  in the  period that had  a material  impact on  the 
Group Condensed Financial Statements for the half year.

IAS 19, Employee Benefits (Amendment) (''IAS  19A'') came into effect for  the 
Group from 1 January 2013. The main impact  of the adoption of IAS 19A on  the 
financial results of  the Group is  in the calculation  of finance income  and 
charges in  respect  of defined  benefit  schemes. The  previous  practice  of 
recognising the  expected  return on  plan  assets (presented  within  finance 
income) and  of  calculating  the  interest expense  on  the  defined  benefit 
obligation  (presented  within  finance  expense)  is  now  replaced  by   the 
calculation of a  net interest amount  calculated on the  net defined  benefit 
liability (or asset) using the discount rate measured at the beginning of  the 
period. As the expected return on assets at 1 January 2012 after allowing  for 
the effect of the  Irish pensions levy approximated  the discount rate at  the 
same date, the adoption of  IAS 19A has no  material impact on the  previously 
reported profit before taxation at 30 June 2012 or 31 December 2012.

The Investment revenue and Finance  costs captions in the Consolidated  Income 
Statement have been restated as follows:

                                                        As                  As
Income Statement                                  reported Adjustment restated
                                                        €m         €m       €m
30 June 2012
Investment revenue
Expected return on defined benefit pension
scheme assets                                         5.1      (5.1)        -
Finance costs
Interest on defined benefit pension
scheme liabilities                                  (5.9)        5.1    (0.8)
Profit before taxation                               (0.8)          -    (0.8)
31 December 2012
Investment revenue
Expected return on defined benefit pension   
    
scheme assets                                        10.0     (10.0)        -
Finance costs
Interest on defined benefit pension
scheme liabilities                                 (11.6)       10.0    (1.6)
Profit before taxation                               (1.6)          -    (1.6)

At 30  June 2013,  the  following Standards  and Interpretations  have  become 
effective since our last Annual Report:

IFRS 1  (Amendment) First-time Adoption of International Financial  Reporting 
Standards (effective for accounting  periods beginning on  or after 1  January 
2013);
IFRS  7    (Amendment)  Financial  Instruments:  Disclosures  (effective  for 
accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013);
IFRS 10  Consolidated Financial Statements (effective for accounting  periods 
beginning on or after 1 January 2013);
IFRS 11  Joint Arrangements (effective for accounting periods beginning on or
after 1 January 2013);
IFRS 12  Disclosure of Interests in Other Entities (effective for  accounting 
periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013);
IFRS 13  Fair Value  Measurement (effective for accounting periods  beginning 
on or after 1 January 2013);
IAS 1    (Amendment)  Presentation of  Financial  Statements  (effective  for 
accounting periods beginning on or after 1 July 2012);
IAS 19    (Amendment) Employee  Benefits  (effective for  accounting  periods 
beginning on or after 1 January 2013);
IAS 27   (Revised) Separate  Financial Statements  (effective for  accounting 
periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013);
IAS 28  (Revised) Investments in Associates and Joint Ventures (effective for
accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013);
IFRIC 20    Stripping  Costs  in  the Production  Phase  of  a  Surface  Mine 
(effective for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013); and
General  Annual improvements to IFRSs: 2009 - 2011 (effective for  accounting 
periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013).

There have been  no material changes  in estimates in  these interim  accounts 
based on  the estimates  that have  previously  been made  in the  prior  year 
interim accounts to 30 June 2012 and the prior year financial statements to 31
December 2012.

3.Segmental information: Analysis by class of business

Under IFRS 8: Operating Segments, the Group has determined that the  operating 
segments are (i) Ferries and (ii) Container and Terminal.

                                     Half year ended             Year ended
                                30 Jun 2013      30 Jun 2012*    31 Dec 2012
                            Revenue   Profit Revenue     Revenue      
                                                        Profit         Profit
                                 €m          €m      €m     €m      €m      €m
Ferries                        69.4         4.0    69.5    3.2   160.0    22.4
Container and Terminal         52.2         2.4    48.2    1.7    97.4     4.1
Inter-segment Revenue         (0.7)           -   (0.7)      -   (1.3)       -
Non-trading items                 -           -       -      -       -   (2.1)
Operating Profit                  -         6.4       -    4.9       -    24.4
Net Interest - Ferries            -       (3.0)       -  (1.1)       -   (3.2)
Net interest - Container
and Terminal                     -       (0.1)       -  (0.1)       -   (0.2)
External Revenue / Profit 

before tax                   120.9         3.3   117.0    3.7   256.1    21.0

*As restated to reflect the effect of discontinued operations.

Revenue in the Group's Ferries Division is weighted towards the second half of
the year due to patterns of passenger demand.

There has been no material change in  the share of total assets /  liabilities 
between segments  from  the  share  disclosed  in  the  prior  year  financial 
statements to 31 December 2012.

4. Dividend

                                                         Half       
                                        Half year        year          Year
                                               ended       ended         ended
                                         30 Jun 2013 30 Jun 2012   31 Dec 2012
                                                  €m          €m            €m
Interim dividend of 33c per ICG Unit               -           -           8.0
           
Final dividend of 67c per ICG Unit              12.3        16.7          16.7
                                                12.3        16.7          24.7

In June 2013 a final dividend  of 67 cent per ICG  Unit was paid for the  year 
ended 31 December 2012. In June 2012 a final dividend of 67 cent per ICG  Unit 
was paid for the  year ended 31  December 2011. In  September 2012 an  interim 
dividend of 33 cent per ICG Unit was paid for the year ended 31 December 2012.

5. Earnings per share

                                             Half year   Half year        Year
                                                 ended       ended       ended
                                           30 Jun 2013 30 Jun 2012 31 Dec 2012
Number of shares                                  '000        '000        '000
Weighted average number of ordinary shares
for  
the purpose of basic earnings per share        18,348      24,834      23,139
Effect of dilutive potential ordinary
shares: Share
options                                            70         140          59
Weighted average number of ordinary shares
for
the purpose of diluted adjusted earnings
per share                                       18,418      24,974      23,198

The denominator  for  the  purposes  of calculating  both  basic  and  diluted 
earnings per  share has  been adjusted  to reflect  shares issued  during  the 
period. The earnings used in both the adjusted basic and diluted earnings  per 
share have been adjusted  to take into account  non-trading items and the  net 
interest expense on defined benefit  pension schemes. Management consider  the 
adjusted earnings  per share  calculation to  be a  better indication  of  the 
continuing underlying performance of the Group.

From continuing and discontinued operations

                                             Half year   Half year        Year
                                                 ended       ended       ended
                                           30 Jun 2013 30 Jun 2012 31 Dec 2012
                                                  Cent        Cent        Cent
Basic earnings per share                          16.4        14.5       183.2
Diluted earnings per share                        16.3        14.4       182.8
Adjusted basic earnings per share                 21.8        17.7       108.5
Adjusted diluted earnings per share               21.7        17.6       108.2
The calculation of the basic and diluted earnings per share attributable to
the ordinary equity
holders of the parent is based on the following data:
Earnings                                            €m          €m          €m
Earnings for the purpose of basic and
diluted
earnings per share - Profit for the
period
attributable to equity holders of the
parent                                             3.0         3.6        42.4
Earnings for the purpose of adjusted
earnings per 
share - Profit for the period
attributable to equity
holders of the parent                             3.0         3.6        42.4
Effect of non-trading items                          -           -      (18.9)
Effect of net interest expense on defined
benefit
pension schemes                                   1.0         0.8         1.6
Earnings for the purpose of adjusted
earnings per
share                                             4.0         4.4        25.1

From continuing operations

                                             Half year   Half year        Year
                                                 ended       ended       ended
                                           30 Jun 2013 30 Jun 2012 31 Dec 2012
                                                  Cent        Cent        Cent
Basic earnings per share                          16.4        13.7        88.6
Diluted earnings per share                        16.3        13.6        88.4
Adjusted basic earnings per share                 21.8        16.9       104.6
Adjusted diluted earnings per share               21.7        16.8       104.3
The calculation of the basic and diluted earnings per share attributable to
the ordinary equity
holders of the parent is based on the following data:
Earnings                                            €m          €m          €m
Earnings for the purpose of basic and
diluted
earnings per share - Profit for the
period
attributable to equity holders of the
parent                                             3.0         3.4        20.5
Earnings for the purpose of adjusted
earnings per
share - Profit for the period
attributable to equity
holders of the parent                             3.0         3.4        20.5
Effect of non-trading items                          -           -         2.1
Effect of net interest expense on defined
benefit
pension schemes                                   1.0         0.8         1.6
Earnings for the purpose of adjusted
earnings per
share                                             4.0         4.2        24.2

6. Property, plant and equipment

                        Passenger  Plant and               Land and
                            ships   equipment   Vehicles   buildings    
                                                                         Total
                               €m          €m           €m          €m      €m
Cost
At 1 January 2013           301.1        53.0          1.4        25.3   380.8
Additions                     6.0         0.3          0.1           -     6.4
Disposals                       -       (0.3)        (0.1)           -   (0.4)
Exchange differences            -       (0.2)            -           -   (0.2)
At 30 June 2013             307.1        52.8          1.4        25.3   386.6
Accumulated
depreciation 
At 1 January 2013           165.4        32.8          0.8         7.6   206.6
Charge for period             7.6         1.5          0.1         0.1     9.3
Disposals                       -       (0.3)        (0.1)           -   (0.4)
Exchange differences            -       (0.1)            -           -   (0.1)
At 30 June 2013             173.0        33.9          0.8         7.7   215.4
Net book amounts
At 1 January 2013           135.7        20.2          0.6        17.7   174.2
At 30 June 2013             134.1        18.9          0.6        17.6   171.2
At 30 June 2012             141.6        20.3          0.9        17.8   180.6

At 30 June 2013 the  Group has entered into commitments  to the value of  €1.3 
million (2012: €1.5 million) for the purchase of fixed assets.

7. Intangible assets

                                      Software
                                              €m
Cost
At 1 January 2013                   9.0
Additions                                    0.2
At 30 June 2013                              9.2
Amortisation
At 1 January 2013                            8.2
Charge for the period                        0.2
At 30 June 2013                              8.4
Carrying amount
At 1 January 2013                            0.8
At 30 June 2013                              0.8
At 30 June 2012                              0.8

8. Net debt

                                Overdrafts   Loans   Leases     
                               Cash                                     Total
                                 €m         €m         €m          €m       €m
At 1 January 2013
Current assets                 22.3          -          -           -     22.3
Creditors due within one          -          -     (14.5)       (0.6)   (15.1)
year
Creditors due after one           -          -    (120.7)       (2.5)  (123.2)
year
                               22.3          -    (135.2)       (3.1)  (116.0)
Cash flow                       0.7          -          -           -      0.7
Foreign exchange rate             -          -          -         0.1      0.1
changes
Drawdown                          -          -      (5.0)           -    (5.0)
Repayment                         -          -       14.5         0.3     14.8
                                0.7          -        9.5         0.4     10.6
At 30 June 2013
Current assets                 23.0          -          -           -     23.0
Creditors due within one          -          -     (15.5)       (0.5)   (16.0)
year
Creditors due after one           -          -    (110.2)       (2.2)  (112.4)
year
                               23.0          -    (125.7)       (2.7)  (105.4)
At 30 June 2012
Current assets                 13.7          -          -           -     13.7
Creditors due within one          -      (4.9)          -       (0.4)    (5.3)
year
Creditors due after one           -          -     (27.5)       (1.7)   (29.2)
year
                               13.7      (4.9)     (27.5)       (2.1)   (20.8)

The loan  drawdown  and repayments  have  been  made under  the  Group's  loan 
facilities.

For the purposes  of the statement  of cash flows,  cash and cash  equivalents 
include cash on hand and in banks net of outstanding bank overdrafts. Cash and
cash equivalents at the end of the reporting period as shown in the  statement 
of cash flows can be reconciled as follows:

                                             30      30      31
                                                 Jun          Jun          Dec
                                                2013         2012         2012
                                                  €m           €m           €m
Cash and bank balances                  23.0         13.7
                                                             22.3
Bank overdraft                                    -        (4.9)            -
Cash and cash equivalents                       23.0          8.8         22.3

9. Tax

Corporation tax  for  the  interim  period is  estimated  based  on  the  best 
estimates of  the weighted  average annual  corporation tax  rate expected  to 
apply to each taxable entity for the full financial year.

The Company  and subsidiaries  that are  within the  EU approved  Tonnage  Tax 
jurisdictions have elected to be taxed under the tonnage tax scheme. Under the
tonnage tax scheme, taxable profit on  eligible activities is calculated on  a 
specified notional  profit  per  day  related to  the  tonnage  of  the  ships 
utilised.

10. Financial instruments and risk management

The Groups activities  expose it  to a  variety of  financial risks  including 
interest rate risk, foreign currency risk, liquidity risk and credit risk. The
Group's funding, liquidity and exposure to interest and foreign exchange  rate 
risks are  managed  by the  Group's  treasury and  accounting  departments.  A 
combination  of  derivative  financial  instruments  and  treasury  management 
techniques are used to manage these underlying risks. These interim  condensed 
financial statements do not include all financial risk management  information 
and disclosures required  in the  annual financial statements,  and should  be 
read in conjunction with the 2012 Annual Report. There have been no changes to
the risk management procedures or policies since the 2012 year end.

The Group  has adopted  the  following fair  value measurement  hierarchy  for 
financial derivatives that are measured in the balance sheet at fair value:

  *Level 1: quoted (unadjusted) prices in active markets for identical assets
    and liabilities. 

  *Level 2: other  techniques for which  all inputs that  have a  significant 
    effect on the recorded fair value are observable, either directly (i.e. as
    prices) or indirectly (i.e. derived from prices).

  *Level 3: techniques that use inputs which have a significant effect on the
    recorded fair value that are not based on observable market data.

The fair value of derivatives are classified in "Level 2" fair value hierarchy
as market  observable inputs  (forward rates  and yield  curves) are  used  in 
arriving at fair values as 30 June 2013 and 31 December 2012.

The fair values of derivative financial instruments are based on market  price 
calculations using financial models.

The fair  value of  derivative  financial instruments  was  an asset  of  €0.3 
million as at 30 June 2013 (31 December 2012: liability of €0.6 million).  The 
derivative financial instruments at  30 June 2013  consisted of interest  rate 
swaps and  forward  foreign exchange  contracts.  All cash  flow  hedges  were 
effective and fair value  gains of €0.7 million  (31 December 2012: losses  of 
€0.6 million) were recorded in Other comprehensive income and net  settlements 
amounted to €0.2 (31 December 2012: €nil).

The Group utilised interest  rate swaps during the  period ended 30 June  2013 
and year ended 31 December 2012 whereby it swapped its entire EURIBOR floating
interest rate  exposure under  the  amortising term  loan facility  for  fixed 
interest rates. The notional capital amount outstanding of this contract at 30
June 2013 was €100.7 million and  the notional amounts for all future  periods 
match the amortising schedule of the loan agreement. The estimated fair  value 
has been accumulated  in equity  and will  be subsequently  recognised in  the 
Consolidated Income Statement in the same period as the hedge expense.

The Group utilises  currency derivatives  to hedge  future cash  flows in  the 
management of its exchange rate exposures. At  30 June 2013 the fair value  of 
outstanding forward  foreign currency  contracts amounted  to a  liability  of 
€49,000. At  31  December  2012  there were  no  outstanding  forward  foreign 
exchange contracts.

The carrying value of financial assets  and financial liabilities not held  at 
fair value in the  financial statements are deemed  to approximate their  fair 
value.

11. Retirement benefit schemes

Retirement benefit  scheme valuations  have  been updated  at the  half  year. 
Scheme assets have  been valued as  per investment managers  valuations at  30 
June 2013. In  consultation with the  actuary to the  principal group  defined 
benefit pension schemes,  the discount rate  used in relation  to the  pension 
scheme liabilities  has remained  at 3.8%  for Euro  liabilities (31  December 
2012: 3.8%) and updated  to 4.6% for Sterling  liabilities (31 December  2012: 
4.4%).

The Groups  total obligation  in  respect of  defined benefit  schemes  totals 
€270.1 million (31 December 2012: €268.1  million). At 30 June 2013 the  group 
also has scheme assets of €218.8  million (31 December 2012: €213.5  million), 
giving a  net  pension deficit  of  €51.3  million (31  December  2012:  €54.6 
million). The  decrease  in the  total  obligation  was primarily  due  to  an 
increase in the value of assets.

The principal assumptions  used for  the purpose of  the actuarial  valuations 
were as follows:

                               Half year ended                  Year ended
                      30 Jun 2013          30 Jun 2012         31 Dec 2012
                  Sterling       Sterling       Sterling     
                                Euro               Euro            Euro
Discount rate        4.60%       3.80%    5.00%       4.20%    4.40%     3.80%
Inflation rate       3.30%       2.00%    3.10%       2.00%    2.90%     2.00%
Rate of increase
of
pensions in         3.05%     1.80% -    2.85%     1.80% -    2.65%   1.80% -
payment                          2.00%                2.00%              2.00%
Rate of general
salary increases    4.30%       3.00%    4.10%       3.00%    3.90%     3.00%

                                     Half      Half        
                                          year            year            Year
                                         ended          ended           ended
                                   30 Jun 2013     30 Jun 2012     31 Dec 2012
                                            €m              €m              €m
Opening deficit                         (54.6)          (32.5)          (32.5)
Current service cost                     (0.9)           (0.6)           (1.3)
Employer contributions paid              2.8             3.1            14.7
         
Past service credit                        0.5             0.5             1.0
Other finance expense                    (1.0)           (0.8)           (1.6)
Actuarial gain / (loss)                    2.0          (30.5)          (34.7)
Other                                    (0.1)           (0.2)           (0.2)
Net deficit                             (51.3)          (61.0)          (54.6)
Schemes in surplus                         4.0             4.5             3.7
Schemes in deficit                      (55.3)          (65.5)          (58.3)
Net deficit                             (51.3)          (61.0)          (54.6)

12. Net cash from operating activities

                                        30 Jun    30 Jun    31 Dec
                                              2013          2012          2012
                                                €m            €m            €m
Operating activities
Profit before taxation                         3.3           3.9          42.7
Adjustments for:
Finance costs (net)                            3.1           1.2           3.4
Retirement benefit obligation -                0.9           0.6           1.3
service cost
Retirement benefit obligation -              (2.8)         (3.1)        (14.7)
payments
Retirement benefit obligation - past         (0.5)         (0.5)         (1.0)
service credit
Depreciation of property, plant and            9.3           9.1          19.0
equipment
Amortisation of intangible assets              0.2           0.2           0.4
Amortisation of deferred grant               (0.1)         (0.1)         (0.1)
Share-based payment expense                      -             -           0.1
Non-trading item: Gain on disposal
of investment in
subsidiary                                      -             -        (21.0)
Non-trading item: Financing and                  -             -           2.1
related fees
Gain on disposal of property, plant          (0.1)         (0.4)         (0.6)
and equipment   
Increase in other provisions                     -           0.2           0.2
Operating cash flow before movements
in
working capital                              13.3          11.1          31.8
Decrease / (increase) in inventories           0.1         (0.7)         (0.1)
(Increase) / decrease in receivables         (6.4)         (5.4)           1.2
Increase / (decrease) in payables             16.1          12.6         (3.7)
Cash generated from operations                23.1          17.6          29.2
Income taxes paid                            (0.1)         (0.2)         (0.4)
Interest paid                                (2.2)         (0.4)         (1.9)
Net cash generated from operating             20.8          17.0          26.9
activities

At 30 June 2013 and 2012 the increase in payables is due to the seasonality of
the business, giving rise to  an increase in deferred  revenue, as at 30  June 
2013 and 2012.

13. Related party transactions

Transactions between  the  company and  its  subsidiaries, which  are  related 
parties, have been eliminated on consolidation.

During the six months ended 30 June 2013 there were no material changes to, or
material  transactions  between  Irish  Continental  Group  plc  and  its  key 
management personnel or members of their  close family, other than in  respect 
of remuneration.

14. Contingent assets / liabilities

There have been  no material changes  in contingent assets  or liabilities  as 
reported in the  Group's financial statement  for the year  ended 31  December 
2012.

15. Impairment

Under IFRS, goodwill and other indefinite-lived intangible assets are required
to be tested  at least annually  for impairment.  As the Group  does not  have 
these assets no impairment review is required.

In relation to assets other than those listed above, the Group assessed  those 
assets to determine if there were  any indications of impairment. No  internal 
or external  indications of  impairment were  identified and  consequently  no 
impairment review was performed.

16. Composition of the entity

There have been no changes in the composition of the entity during the  period 
ended 30 June 2013.

17. Subsequent events

There have been no material subsequent events, outside the ordinary course  of 
business, to report since the period ended 30 June 2013.

18. Board approval

This  interim  report  was  approved  by  the  Board  of  Directors  of  Irish 
Continental Group plc on 28 August 2013.

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