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Exciting fare emerges in divisional Scór na nOg finals


THE Kanturk Credit Union sponsored Duhallow Scór na nOg Finals attracted exciting fare on a successful staging in the Edel Quinn Hall, Kanturk.

Featuring a wealth of diverse entertainment in music, song and dance; participating clubs from across the North West division displayed their cultural talents to an appreciative and large attendance.

A terrific atmosphere developed indoors as the programme progressed. Boherbue had reason to celebrate as the club enjoyed a productive outing to sample a hat trick of wins with doubles recorded for both Dromtariffe and Lismire.

Junior Board Treasurer Tony McAulliffe compered the proceedings as Fear An Tí with organising chairman Jerry Doody complimenting all involved in participating and the clubs on promoting scór and Kanturk Credit Union for their continued support.

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Figure Dancing: (1) Boherbue

Solo Singing: (1) Leah Murphy (Dromtariffe), (2) Billy Cronin (Millstreet)

Instrumental Music: (1) Dromtariffe, (2) Boherbue

Recitation: (1) Aoife O'Connor (Lismire), (2) Vincent Kiely (Boherbue)

Ballad Group: (1) Boherbue

Solo Music: (1) Aoife O'Connor (Lismire), (2) Leah Murphy (Dromtariffe)

Set Dancing (1) Boherbue, (2) Newmarket

The outright winners go forward to represent Duhallow in the Cork County Scór na nOg finals in the Eire Og GAA Pavillion, Ovens on Sunday, December 15 with a full programme up and running at 4pm.

From the Avondhu finals hosted in Mallow, North Cork hopes in the County final rest with Niamh O'Gorman in solo singing, the Clyda Rovers Instrumental Music group of Garrett O'Hanlon, Donncha O'Hanlon, Saoirse O'Hanlon, Cormac O'Hanlon and Conor Daly

Elsewhere, Maura Fitzgibbon (Milford) participates in recitation and a Ballyhooly quartet of Seamus Roche, Jake Mehigan, Tom Crowley, Robert Campbell are involved in the table quiz.