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Culture and Scór

Cooraclare Claim Munster Scór Crown

Cooraclare GAA club Novelty act capped off an excellent year of Scór activities taking  the Munster Scór Sinsir Nuachleas title on Saturday evening last in Newport, Co. Tipperary. The member of the groups are Helen Kelly, Monica Lillis. Marina Mulqueen, Senan Lillis, Michael Griffin, Joe Garry, Johnny Friel & James Corry.
Clare were represented at the packed event in 5 categories and all acquitted themselves well in high standard contests.
Éire Óg, Inis were most unlucky to lose out in the opening competition, Tráth na gCeist, going down by just 1 mark in the preliminary rounds before Sionnan Ó Laighléis, Cuar an Chláír gave another powerful rendition of the Bishop’s speech from John B. Keane’s “The Field” in the Aithriseoireacht competition, but had to give best to LImerick’s, Rita Uí Ghrádaigh.
The Clare Bailéad Ghrúpa winners, Cooraclare Ladies Football Club, roused the large attendance at the Tipperary venue but it was the local group, Newport, who successfully defended their title.
An Tobar, winners of the Clare Uirlise title, made a brave bid to add provincial honours but, in what must have been a very marginal call, the honours went to Corcaigh’s, Clann na nGael.

Success finally came to the Banner in the Nuachleas category when the Cooraclare sketch beat off strong Cork and Tipperary opposition to claim the crown last held by the West Clare club in 2013. The drama titled “Sceal an Iascaire” has an 8 strong cast depicting a humourous tale from ages past and proved to be a real hit with the audience. The sky blues will now contest the All Ireland final at the INEC in Killarney on November 18th.

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Scor na nOg 2023 Champions.
Rince Foirne: Crusheen
Amhranaiocht Aonair: Kate Breathnach. Clarecastle.
Aithriseoireacht: Dylan Corry. Cooraclare.
Ceol Uirlise:  Parteen-Meelick
Bailead Ghrupa: Lissycasey
Rince Set: Cooraclare.

Trath na gCeist: Doora-Barefield.

Club of the Year: Cooraclare

 

Scor Sinsear 2022

The Clare County Senior Scor Finals will be held on the weekend of Sept 30th -Oct 2nd.
Club members over the age of 17 are eligible to take part in the following competitions Figure dancing, Solo Singing, Recitation, Novelty Act, Ballad Group, Group Music, Set dancing and Quiz. All competitors in group competitions must be members of the same club.
Further information from Scor Chairman Jim Enright, 0870526236 or Scor secretary Anne Hayes 0872663718
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Dylan Corry, Cooraclare. All Ireland Scor na nOg Champion
Dylan Corry, Cooraclare won the All Ireland Scor na nOg Recitation title at Scor which was held in the INEC in Killarney on Sunday May 1st.
Dylan won the County, Munster and All Ireland titles in 2022.
Dylan is pictured with County Scor Secretary Anne Hayes and with Noel Joyce who wrote Dylan’s poem entitled “The day I scored the winning goal”
Scor na nOg 2022
Clare Scor na nOg 2022 was held in Caherlohan on Saturday evening.​
Only four clubs were represented: Cooraclare, Miltown, Cratloe and Ennistymon with only four of the eight competitions contested.​
The following were the results.​
Solo Singing: Aoife Shannon. St Joseph’s Miltown.​
Recitation: Dylan Corry. Cooraclare.
Instrumental Music. St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay.
Quiz: Cratloe.​
All winners will represent​ Clare in the Munster final in Cashel on Sunday April 3rd..​
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Trath na gCeist

As Scor activity has been suspended due to Covid 19, Scor an Chlair are running an online Trath na gCeist (Question time ) competition.
This competition is open to everyone.
There are 70 Questions in total.
5 groups of 14 questions with 2 questions as Gaeilge in each category
Each day this week Scor an Chlair​ will publish a category on their Facebook Scor an Chlair page.
Return the 70 answers by email to flannoreilly@gmail.com
by Wednesday May 27th. Include your name address & telephone number.

Categories:

Cursai Cumann Luthchleas Gael,
Stair an hEireann,
Tir Eolaicht na hEireann,
Cursaí Reatha na hEireann
Eolas Ginearálta.

Some lovely Clare gear for the winners.

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Scor Sinsear was held in Wolfetones on Saturday February 22nd.
Results as follows:
Solo Singing. Brid Miller. Sixmilebridge.
Ballad Group: Sixmilebridge.
Quiz . Cratloe
Set Dancing; Lissycasey.

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Scór na nOg 2020

There was wonderful talent at the Clare finals of Scór na nOg 2020 which was held at Clarecastle Hall on 1st Dec. Five clubs took part; Cooraclare, Miltown, Banner, Lissycasey and O’Callaghan’s Mills.

Fear an Ti was Sean Chambers, Cooraclare.
The medals were presented by Clare Scor Chairman Jim Enright.
The Club of the year was won by St.Joseph’s Miltown and the Shield was presented to Seamus Byrne, Miltown club representative.

The winners will represent Clare at the Munster Finals in Ovens, Co Cork on Sunday January 5th.

Amhranaiocht Aonair : Cormac Byrne. St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay

Aithriseoireacht: Dylan Corry: Cooraclare

Ceol Uirlise: St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay

Bailead Ghrupa: St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay

Rince Seit: (Paddy Queally Memorial Cup): Cooraclare.

Club of the Year: St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay

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Coiste Cultúrtha

Beidh Trath na gCeist as gaeilge i gcoir Craobh na Mumhan ar suil i mí na Samhna. Beidh trí foirne ag dul ar aghaidh ón Cuige go Craobh na hEireann i Pairc an Crocaigh ar 14 Nolliag 2019. This Trath na gCeist Boird is open to all clubs in the Province. All participating must be club members of the 4 member team.

Oifeagach Gaeilge and Culturtha,
Flann O Raghallaigh 0879719902

Scor na nOg 2020
The Clare County Finals of Scor na nOg 2020 will be held on Sunday December 1st at 2,30p.m. at Clarecastle Hall.
The closing date for entries is November 17th and interested clubs are asked to notify Scor Secretary, Aine Ni Aodha by email at aineniaodha@gmail.com of the competitions that they will be entering.
New Scor booklet and new Scor marking sheets are noe available. Please email aineniaodha@gmail.com for a copy of both.

Aine Ni Aodha. Runai Scor.

0872663718​

Munster Final of Scor na nOg will take place in Cappoquin, Waterford on Sunday January 20th.                      All 6 Munster Counties will compete. Clare will be represented by Wolfetones na Sionna (Solo Singing) St. Joseph’s Miltown (Music Group) Cooraclare (Set Dancing)

Cratloe Senior Quiz team and Wolfetones na Sionna Scor na nOg Quiz team who won the County titles last week and who will represent Clare at the All Ireland Finals.

Scor na nOg 2019

Only 4 clubs took part in Scor na nOg County Finals at Cree hall on Sunday Dec 2nd.

There were no competitors in Figure dancing, Recitation, Ballad Group or Novelty Act.

Results from Clare Scor na nOg:

Set Dancing: Cuar an Chlair.


Music: Naomh Iosaif, Sraid na Cathrach


Solo Singing: Shauna Byrne: Wolfetones na Sionna.


Club of the Year: Cuar an Chlair.

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