Club pride a driving force at Scor finals
TALENTED youngsters from across the county were out in force in Ballybunion on Sunday evening, when the Tinteán Theatre played host to the county Scór na nÓg finals.
The standard of competition was top class, with performers from seven district GAA boards taking part in eight categories, from dancing, singing and music to recitation, drama and quiz time.
The evening proved hugely successful for the members of Spa GAA club, winning the figure dancing, quiz and set dancing disciplines. Given the success of its members, the club was also voted overall club of the night, with their Scor officer, Sheila McCarthy, accepting the Overall Shield.
Other winners on the night were Keel, who took honours in both solo singing and ballad group and St Senans who won the novelty act - for the fourth year in a row - along with the recitation category.
Crotta O'Neills, representing the North Kerry Hurling Board, completed the night's winning streak, taking first place in the instrumental music section.
All the winners on the night will now go forward to the Munster semi-finals which will take place in Ovens, County Cork on Sunday January 13 with a time to be confirmed.
Coiste Scór Chiarraí Cathaoirleach, Diarmuid Ó Sé, who was serving his last duty as chairman received a special presentation on the night.