Scór Sinsear County Final
Sunday 22nd February 2015
Coalisland Parochial Centre at 3.00 pm
All roads will lead to Coalisland Parochial Centre on Sunday 22nd February for the Tyrone county finals of Scór Sinsear, hosted by Coalisland Fianna. Fifteen clubs will compete to claim eight county titles. The standard at this adult level was extremely high with clubs having already achieved a great deal by getting to the final. Competing clubs come from all parts of the county ranging from Clann na nGael to Eglish. Some of the clubs are the ‘old hands’ of Scór while others are new to Scór or just recently returned. Nevertheless the final will provide all of the best cultural talent available in Tyrone this year. There is a strong possibility that the winners on Sunday will go on to achieve Ulster, and even All Ireland success such is the standard in Tyrone.
Hopefully some of the clubs will then go on and improve on the National success of Omagh St Enda’s Ballad group in Scór Sinsear in the 2014 event. Coiste Cultúir agus Teanga wish all competitors luck in the finals and encourage everyone to come and enjoy a talent filled show which suits all the family. The final starts at 3:00pm sharp and entrance price is only £6 while under 16s get free admission.
Following the Tyrone Finals the successful clubs will then embark on the challenge of succeeding in the Ulster Semi Finals to be held at a Cavan venue on Saturday 7th March at 7.00 pm, before hopefully advancing to the Final which will be held this year in Silverbridge on March 28th.
This will be the final stepping stone a place in the All Ireland Final which will take place on Saturday 25th April in the City West Hotel, Dublin.
Competing in the Tyrone Final will be:
Rince Foirne – Coill an Chlochair, Droim Ratha, An Omaigh Fir & An Omaigh Camógs
Amhránaíocht Aonair – Clann na nGael, An Charraig Mhór, Cill Íseal & Coill an Chlochair
Aithriseoireacht – An Droim Mór, An Charraig Mhór, An Omaigh Fir & An Domhnach Mór
Ceol Uirlise – An Omaigh Fir, An Chraobh, An Gallbhaile & Coill an Chlochair
Léiriú – Clann na Gael & An Omaigh Fir
Baileád Ghrúpa – Loch Mhic Ruairí, An Charraig Mhór, An Omaigh Fir & Coill an Chlochair
Rince Séit – Coill an Chlochair & An Omaigh Fir
Trath na gCeist – Trí Leac An Charraig Mhór, An Eaglais & Dun Geanainn
A well done is also extended to the Trillick St Macartan’s quiz team who put in an excellent performance to finish 5th out of the 32 counties in the Scór na nÓg All Ireland Final of Tráth na gCeistBy tyronepro Fri 20th Feb