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TEENAGE talent will be in hot pursuit of honours at the highly competitive Cork County Scór na nóg finals to be held in the Eire Og GAA Pavillion in Ovens this Thursday, December 29.

Participating teams from across the county will use the Christmas holidays to sharpen up their music, song and dance acts in preparation for a bumper programme that starts at 6pm.

The qualifiers are: Figure Dancing: Wategrasshill, Carrigaline, Boherbue, St Peters Solo Singing: Clodagh O'donovan (Courcey Rovers), Christine Moran (Aghada), Muireann Buckley (Millstreet), Tracey Cronin (Iveleary), Instrumental Music: Killeagh, Cobh, Boherbue, Milford Recitation: Ciarán O'donovan (Ilen Rovers), Kate O 'Donovan (Kilmacabea), Tracey Cronin (Iveleary), Niamh Brown (Newmarket). Ballad Group: Kilmeen, St. Catherines, Millstreet, Boherbue Question Time: Carrig na bhfear, Caheragh, Aghada, Boherbue, Aghabullogue, Millstreet Novelty Act: Carbery Rangers, Newmarket Football, Newmarket Hurling, Ross Ladies Football Set Dancing: Diarmuid Ó Mathúnas, St. Catherines, Boherbue, Kiskeam