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GAA Clubs And County Boards Urged To Promote Sc贸r This Season

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Home / GAA Clubs And County Boards Urged To Promote Scr This Season

September 29th, 2017

GAA Clubs and County Boards have been urged to help boost the participation levels in Scr this season.

The competitions were described as an opportunity to enhance GAA Clubs links with their local communities at a well-attended Leinster Scr launch on Thursday night, 28th September.

Some counties have been struggling to attract interest in recent years but Leinster GAA Chairman, Jim Bolger said that everything possible will be done to promote Scr in the province.

At the launch of Leinster Scor for 2017/18 were: Back row l to r Antoin MacGabhann, Cathoirleach, National Scor; Aidan Walsh, Former Leinster Scor Cathoirleach; Siobhan Ni Chuana, Secretary, National Scor; Michael Reynolds, CEO, Leinster GAA. Front row l to r Aine Kennedy, Secretary, Leinster Scor; Jim Bolger, Cathoirleach, Leinster GAA and Donal Hickey, Former Leinster Scor Secretary.


Speaking at the launch at Aras Laighean, Portlaoise, Mr Bolger noted that a Strategic Plan for Scr is in place in Leinster and he appealed to GAA officers to help the competitions flourish again.

Scr Sinsear and Scr na ng for under 17s have been organised by the GAA since 1969 with the aim of promoting Irelands culture while offering members of the association the chance to represent their club in a variety of disciplines.

These include Figure Dancing, Solo Singing, Recitation/Storytelling, Instrumental Music, Liri drama, Ballad Group, Set Dancing and Table Quiz.

Leinster Scr Secretary, Aine Kennedy said it is also their intention to increase the opportunities for Scr participants to showcase their talents at GAA games and events.

For counties that havent been involved for a few years, our Scr committee have offered to provide training nights and we will do our best to help out in any way, Ms Kennedy said. We are delighted that there is already a revival in some counties.

She revealed that the Leinster Scr na ng semi-finals will take place on December 9th and 10th, with the final on 13th or 14th January 2018. The Scr competitions for adults will commence early in the new year.

The attendance at the launch also included Leinster GAA C.E.O. Michael Reynolds, National Scr Chairman and Secretary, Antin MacGabhann and Siobhan Ni Chuana, and several volunteers who organise the events in Leinster counties each year.

Entertainment at the launch was provided by the All-Ireland Scr na ng Ballad Group champions from Moate, Co. Westmeath, and young musicians from Wexford and Kilkenny.

Presentations were made to long-serving officials Donal Hickey Dublin and Aidan Walsh Westmeath, whose terms on the Leinster Scr committee finished recently.

The Moate All Whites All-Ireland winning Scor Ballad Group pictured at the launch of Leinster Scor on Thursday evening, 28th September, l to r James Costello, Bronagh Bradley, Edel Stone, Nichole Rabbitte and Oisin Johnston.

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September 29th, 2017

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