County representatives hoping to Scór at All-Ireland finals!

All roads lead to Castlebar this weekend as Roscommon clubs compete in the All-Ireland Scór Sinsír final at the TF Theatre on Saturday night.

Roscommon was well represented in all eight disciplines at Connacht level, taking home the Cormac McGill Cup for best participation and most victories and there are strong hopes for national silverware to round off another impressive season.

Elphin are competing in no fewer than three events this weekend: Tráth na gCeisteanna, Rince Foirne and Rince Seit. The north Roscommon club’s very first Scór title came in Tráth na gCeisteanna back in 1972 while they have also won Rince Seit All-Ireland titles in 1998 and 2001.

St. Ronan’s GAA Club has a busy weekend in store as their junior football team take the field at Dr. Hyde Park for the Connacht Club Championship and their Ceol Uirlise Group hoping to add to their back to back Connacht titles in Castlebar this Saturday.

Meanwhile, fresh from their Intermediate Football Championship success, St. Dominic’s will represent Roscommon and Connacht in the Novelty Act with their production of ‘Heaven Can Wait’.

This will be Dominic’s second attempt at All-Ireland gold having represented Connacht last year at the Connacht Centre of Excellence. The Dominic’s cast boasts some of the most ‘seasoned’ individuals Roscommon has to offer. As well as boasting two Connacht titles in the Novelty Act competition, members also have multiple provincial titles in Ballad Group competition, and have guided the club’s Scór na nÓg stars to a number of victories over the last few years.

The star-studded cast of Noel Dervan, Cathy Dervan, Sylvia Kilcline, Stephen Murphy, and Anita Hanley, along with mentors Tracy Frawley and Caroline Dervan, will be hoping to deliver St. Dominic’s first Nuachleas All-Ireland title in Scór Sinsir this Saturday.

Tickets are still on sale for the Scór Sinsír All-Ireland Final in Castlebar this Saturday at a cost of €20 for adults and €10 for U-16s. Contact participating clubs or log on to ticketmaster.ie.