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Up-coming Scór events in 2019
DATE EVENT & TIME VENUE
Scór na nÓg – Ulster Finals
Saturday 12th January 2019 3.00 pm Silverbridge Harps GAC
Scór Commemorative Concert
Saturday 26th January 2019 7.30 pm Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
Scór Sinsear Thír Eoghain
Friday 1st February 7.00 pm Venue to be confirmed
Sunday 3rd February 6.00 pm Venue to be confirmed
Friday 8th February 7.00 pm Venue to be confirmed
Saturday 9th February 6.00 pm Venue to be confirmed
All Ireland Finals Scór na nÓg
16th February 3.00 pm Theatre Royal, Castlebar
County Finals Scór Sinsear
Sunday 24th February 3.00 pm Venue to be confirmed
Ulster Semi Finals Scór Sinsear
Saturday 9th March 5.00 pm Glenavy, Co Antrim (Tyrone clubs)
Sunday 10th March 5.00 pm Banbridge, Co Down
Ulster Final Scór Sinsear
Saturday 23rd March 5.00 pm Venue to be confirmed
Scór Commemorative Concert – Coiste Scór Uladh
Saturday 30th March 2019 7.30 pm Dún Uladh Centre, Killyclogher
Scór Sinsear All Ireland Finals
Saturday 13 April 2019 3.00 pm Theatre Royal, Castlebar
ULSTER FINALS – SCÓR na nÓG
The Ulster Finals of Scór na nÓg will take place on this coming Saturday, 12th January, 2019 at 3.00 pm in Silverbridge Harps GAC Community Centre. This is an excellent venue for such a flagship GAA event and, as is normal for an event such as this, the venue will be full to capacity for the performance of the very best the nine counties of Ulster can produce. Tyrone clubs will be represented in four of the seven events for this year’s finals and should be in a great position to perform well and capture the much coveted Ulster title and thus progress to the All-Ireland Finals to represent their communities, clubs, Tír Eoghain and the province of Ulster.
The All Ireland finals are to be held in The Theatre Royal, Castlebar, Co Mayo on Saturday, 16th February 2019, beginning at 3.00 pm. The Theatre Royal is an excellent venue for such a prestige event and is no stranger to clubs and supporters from the GAA community in Tír Eoghain.
Tír Eoghain will be represented by Cliodhna Toner from the St Teresa’s Club in Loughmacrory in the Aithriseoireacht / Story telling section. This is Cliodhna’s first visit to an Ulster Finals and the full support of the Loughmacroy club and the clubs of Tír Eoghain go with her. In the Ceol Uirlise competition go the hopes of the Fintona club. This is Fintona’s second successive Ulster finals and they will, no doubt, be hopeful of proceeding to their second All Ireland final and following on from their excellent performance last year to go all the way this year. Tír Eoghain’s last national success in competition were with Edendork in 2011 and more recently with Donaghmore in 2017. Drumragh Sarsfields are back again in the Ballad Group section following on from their successes of 2009 and 2012 would be hopeful of going that further step in proceeding to the All-Ireland Finals adding to the successes of Killeeshil, Killyclogher, Omagh and most recently Donaghmore. Three of the last named clubs actually won All Ireland titles. The final club appearing on Saturday is the Killyclogher Set Dance team. This club last won an Ulster title in 2004 and are again hopeful of repeating their success.
All of the Tír Eoghain clubs wish our competitors every success in the Ulster Finals and will be sure the representative going there on Saturday will perform, as all clubs from Tír Eoghain, in a truly competitive and sporting manner. We would encourage anyone who has not attended an Ulster Final before to make the effort and go there on Saturday and enjoy a magnificent evening’s entertainment which show cases all that is great about our culture and heritage.
The Tráth na gCeist team from Eglish have already qualified for the All Ireland Finals. Unfortunately there, currently, is no corresponding competition for quiz at Ulster level.