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St James Scór Cork success

February 19th, 2019 9:00 AM

By Southern Star Team

St James' Ballad Group celebrate their win in the county Scór Sinsir final at the Eire Óg GAA Pavilion in Ovens. They received their trophies from Margaret Whelan, Secretary, Cork, and Richard Murphy, Cultural Officer, Cork GAA.

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BY JOHN TARRANT

 

ST James blazed their way to success in the county senior Scór finals with a very popular victory in the Éire Óg staging at Ovens.

The Mid Cork venue hosted the 50th decider and in a diverse programme compered by county cultural officer Richard Murphy, the exciting and diverse fare offered an abundance of cultural entertainment.

While Avondhu and Duhallow securing four of the major category prizes, St James’ representatives – Rachel O’Sullivan, Aine Fitzgerald, Rachel Hodnett, Ashlie O’Sullivan and Amy O’Sullivan – grabbed a rewarding outing for Carbery that raised the cheers of West Cork supporters. Their double fare, ‘Éist a Stór’ and ‘The Mad Lady and Me’ won the approval of the adjudicators.

The winners go forward to represent Cork in the Munster semi final on a return to the Ovens venue on Saturday, February 23rd.

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