Glenflesk bid for All Ireland Scór glory
Published 24/04/2013 | 05:36
ON this Saturday the curtain will come down on another very successful year for Scór when the All Ireland Finals of Scór Sinsear will take place at the Dome, in Derry.
Representing the Kingdom will be the Glenflesk Figure Dancers namely, Angela McCarthy, Linda O'Donoghue, Siobhán Cashman, Mairéad Cashman, Norita Cashman, Lisa Cronin, Clíona Creedon, Niámh Favier and Maria Cronin. The East Kerry club are certainly no strangers to All Ireland Final day and having suffered disappointment in the Figure Dancing at National Final day on no fewer than four previous occasions the Club will no doubt be hoping to bring that elusive title back to Glenflesk.
Glenflesk of course became the first Kerry Club to be crowned National Senior Scór Set Dancing Champions back in 2003.
A reminder that the closing date for applying for Gaeltacht Scholarships is May 1st. Applications have to be made through the Runaí of your local District Committee.
Five Year Ticket Scheme
The closing date for membership of the Kerry GAA 5 Year Ticket Scheme 2013 to 2017 on May 1 is fast approaching.
Entitlements are as follows: Rights to Purchase
Stand Ticket for Munster Championship games in Killarney involving Kerry; Open Sand Ticket for Munster Championship games in Páirc Uí Chaóimh involving Kerry; Stand Tickets in other major Munster Stadia for Championship games involving Kerry; Stand Tickets for qualifier games, quarter-finals and semi-finals involving Kerry (where stands are pre-bookable); Stand Tickets for All-Ireland Football Final (Davin Stand Only) involving Kerry; One Ticket per unit in Scheme.
Plus: Entry to a Draw to purchase tickets when Kerry are not in the Senior All-Ireland Finals - 10 stand tickets Football & Hurling. (Draw confined to scheme members who apply for tickets for that particular game). Free 1 Year subscription to Kerry GAA Lotto worth €100.
Club 5 Year Plans
Abbeydorney's recent launch of their 5 Year Development Plan was the 14th plan to be fully completed and launched in Kerry. There are another 18 clubs at various stages in the club planning process, again reflecting positively on Kerry's participation and contribution to the successful roll out of Club Five Year Plans throughout the country.