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Duhallow clubs feature online in cultural Rebel Roar

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The Freemount Set Dancers Nicholas O'Connor, Kay Fehin, Ger Withers, Edel Browne, Mark Noonan, Cora Brennan, Kay Noonan and Jonathan Morrissey participated in in the Cork Scor presentation "The Rebel Roar".  Picture John Tarrant

The Freemount Set Dancers Nicholas O'Connor, Kay Fehin, Ger Withers, Edel Browne, Mark Noonan, Cora Brennan, Kay Noonan and Jonathan Morrissey participated in in the Cork Scor presentation "The Rebel Roar". Picture John Tarrant

Muireann Vaughan (Kanturk) performing in the Cork
Scór production. Picture John Tarrant

Muireann Vaughan (Kanturk) performing in the Cork Scór production. Picture John Tarrant

Freemount’s Ellemarie O’Dwyer, former All Ireland
Scór champion produced ‘The Rebel Roar’. Picture John Tarrant

Freemount’s Ellemarie O’Dwyer, former All Ireland Scór champion produced ‘The Rebel Roar’. Picture John Tarrant

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The Freemount Set Dancers Nicholas O'Connor, Kay Fehin, Ger Withers, Edel Browne, Mark Noonan, Cora Brennan, Kay Noonan and Jonathan Morrissey participated in in the Cork Scor presentation "The Rebel Roar". Picture John Tarrant

When it comes to preserving the rich store of traditional music, song and dance, Cork Scór remains one of the keepers of the tradition.

And though the Covid 19 pandemic has impacted society through lock-downs and restrictions, Cork GAA clubs continue to perfect their talents through an onstream Cork Scór community video titled 'The Rebel Roar' that features a selection of talent right across the county.

Produced by Elle Marie O'Dwyer from Freemount, there is a key input from Duhallow clubs Boherbue, Cullen, Dromtariffe, Freemount and Kanturk. That's supplemented by exciting talent from both Avondhu and Muskerry with representatives from Aghabullogue, Iveleary, Cill na Martra, Naomh Abán, Buttevant, Clyda Rovers and Kilshannig showcasing the best of cultural fare.

From a strange season where the inter county hurling and football championships would now be gathering momentum, the atmosphere, supplemented with bumper and vociferous crowds ensuring colour, delight and agony across stadia countrywide from Pairc Uí Chaoimh to Croke Park.

Instead, Cork GAA clubs have hit the high notes, wearing the red and white or their club colours to promote and preserve our native culture in a eye-catching production that's sure to delight audiences in uncertain times.

From an impressive production, the interactive 'The Rebel Roar' presentation can be accessed through Scór Chorcaí Facebook.

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