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Latest News April 2014

Congratulations to our Scor na bpaiste team who took part in competiton on Saturday 5th April in Mountmellick. The team comprised of:- Cormac Murray, Mary Ellen Tynan, Rachael O'Meara, Elaine Conway, Monica Conway and Amy Dooley. They won first place in the drama with a play entitled "playing against the wind" written and directed by Margaret Conway, a topical play on what might happen if St. Manman saw windmills being put up in the Middle of Fr. Keogh Park! Cormac also gave a fine performance in the singing section. Well done to everyone involved.
Scor na nOg for secondary schools will commence rehersals in September
News from 2012
Recently the leinster Scor na nOg semi final was held in Clonaslee on 15th Dec.
This was a great honor for the club to host a competition at this level.many thanks to the large number of people involved in running the day - the stewards, parking attendants, the rounders ladies for catering, and club officials who helped everything run smoothly. thanks also to the C.C.D.A for the use of their excellent facilities and to Eugene  Doolan and John Callaghan for their help.  The Community spirit between the various organisations who helped on the day impressed both the Laois County Board and the Leinster County Board, and we hope to host this event again next year. We wish the best of luck to Fiona Kelly, ParkRathineska,who qualified in Solo singing. many thanks to our own drama group who qualified to take part in this competition but due to illness were unable to compete on the was a great credit to this group to qualify in Laois last november and to win a shield and a bursary prize of 500 euros to be used for the gealteach.many thanks also to Margaret Conway who prepared this group.

Scor na bPáistí will be held in the New Year and members attending local primary schools are encouraged to take part in this fun event.

Any adults who wish to be involved and help out please contact Margaret Conway on 05786 48469 (evenings).

In the Official Guide of the Gaelic Athletic Association Rule 4 states as a clear objective the following: "The Association shall actively support the Irish language, traditional Irish dancing, music, song and other aspects of Irish culture."With the birth of Scór in 1969 the GAA through its clubs has become actively involved in promoting Irish culture in a meaningful and enjoyable manner. Language and culture are amongst the most important elements of Irish heritage. The GAA, through it's many clubs throughout the country and through Scór nÓg and Scór Sinsear, has played a significant part in the revival of our culture and heritage in creating an understanding and interest in its importance.Scór competitions commence in each county with clubs competing to represent their county in one of the many different Scór events. County winners go through to the Provincial Finals with the winners at that stage qualifying for the All-Ireland Finals.
Scór is divided in two sections. Scór na nÓg caters for the younger GAA members while Scór Sinsear caters for adults members.

Click here to see Scór on official GAA site

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