Only three clubs in Scór
Published 27/02/2016 | 00:00
Senior Scor was held in Oulart Hall recently, and it was disappointing that only three clubs were represented.
St. James' were represented in the solo singing by Áine Kennedy. Naomh Éanna's Anne Dunne and Oulart-The Ballagh's Phil Redmond competed in the recitation competition while Naomh Éanna had entries in both the ballad group and instrumental music.
Those who qualified for the Leinster semi-final in Allenwood, Co. Kildare, were: solo singing, Áine Kennedy; recitation, Anne Dunne; ballad group, Naomh Éanna (Therese Kehoe, Peadar Kehoe, Aileen Kennedy, Michael Doran, Jacqueline Cushe); instrumental music, Naomh Éanna (Therese Kehoe, Peadar Kehoe, Gráinne Farrell, Anne Dunne, Jacqueline Cushe).
The quiz was held in Glynn-Barntown G.A.A. complex recently.
Craanford, Oulart-The Ballagh and St. John's Volunteers competed, with the Volunteers emerging victorious after an entertaining contest.
The team which will represent Wexford in the All-Ireland features Jim McCarthy, Louis Rafter, Conor Dempsey and Joe Cummins.
Well done to the Scór na nÓg Réalt na Mara-Ballygarrett instrumental music group members who recently gave a great performance in the All-Ireland final in Killarney. Congratulations to the St. Mary's (Rosslare) quiz team members who came an impressive fifth at the Munster venue.