Locals preparing for Saturday’s All-Ireland Scór na nÓg finals

A number of local teams/participants are preparing to take part in the All-Ireland Scór na nÓg Finals which are to be held in The INEC in Killarney on Saturday, May 6th 2023.

They qualified for the finals via the Connacht Finals, held on Sunday, April 16th, in the Town Hall Theatre in Ballinasloe.

The winners in the Figure/Céilí Dancing category were Alannah Flanagan, Kaneisha Beirne, Caoimhe Doran, Katie Murphy, Laura Stenson, Ava Morgan, Áine Morgan and Anna Keane from St Mary’s Kiltoghert in Leitrim.

The winner in the Solo Singing category was Gemma Casey from St Dominic’s in Roscommon. The Recitation/Scéalaíocht winner was Lucy McDermott from Davitts in Mayo, and the Ballad Group winners were Shona Fox, Conor Fox, Niamh Doherty, Laoise Doherty and Clodagh Timlin from Moy Davitts in Mayo.

The winners in the Nuachleas/Novelty Act category were Jane Casey, Euan Hanley, Joe McDermott, Amy Murray, Ben O’Connor, Chloe O’Connor, Hannah O’Connor and Amy Reynolds from St Dominic’s, Roscommon.

The Instrumental Music winners were Shona Fox, Conor Fox, Niamh Doherty, Laoise Doherty and Muireann Hyland from Moy Davitts in Mayo, and the Set Dancing winners were Emmet Dooley, Lauren Duffey, Orna McNama, Sean McDermott, Ben McNama, Holly Shaughnessy, Grainne Farragher and Jack Gildea from Abbeyknockmoy in Galway.

The winners in the Table Quiz category were Sean Craughwell, Michael Lally, Cathal Maybin and Brian Thompson from Menlough Skehana in Galway. In addition, the following also qualified for the All-Ireland Final in the Quiz: Aobhlinn Maxwell, Emily Gannon, Eamonn Healy and Senan Mooney from Annaduff in Leitrim, and Seán Hall, Darragh Hoare, Rory Conroy, Daniel Fallon and Maxime Gerner from Kilglass Gaels/St Barry’s in Roscommon.