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Scór na nÓg Success

A busy weekend was on the cards for cultural officer Carmel McGrath and her section with the opening rounds of the 2020 Scór na nÓg competition taking place.

Friday night saw the opening night and the ballad group of, Caoimhe Sneddon, Grace Mallon, Ciara Carr, Lauran Caldwell and Holly Tinnelly were announced as winners and progress to the final stages. Our instrumental came third and progress to the next round.

On Saturday our recitation, Ruairi, also placed and progressed to the next round and we had two fabulous solo singers Sophie & Emily who competed in a very hard competition. Special mention to our youngest competitor Emily McGrath who bravely took to the stage in the solo singing competition!

Sunday was another successful night for Warrenpoint Scór na nÓg entries on Sunday past with our Ballad Group, represented my Sarah Rooney, Fionna Fitzpatrick, Eanna Carr, Aoife McGrath and Sophie Gaw being placed first and progressing to south down final. Sarah Rooney was placed third in solo singing and our Instrumental awarded second place progressing through to qualifiers next Sunday.

A fantastic weekend for all involved and good luck in the next round.

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Pathway to Success

Amid a healthy crowd of coaches, players, parents and general sense of interest within the club the Hurling section launched their “Pathway to Success” document. Having been ratified and given the full support of the senior committee, Colette Lock started proceeding by welcoming everyone in attendance and thanking Kilkenny’s Martin Fogarty for taking the time to come along and listen to this pioneering initiative.

Many thanks must be given to Tom Daly, Sean Mallon, Conor Keenan, Declan Daly & Hurling Chairperson Colette Lock for their foresight in identifying the need to improve & increase the participation of our National game within the parish of Warrenpoint. Backed & supported by Liam Howlett our Games Development Officer and club Secretary Ann McCormack this sees Warrenpoint GAA set the bar within Down & Ulster as a club that are determined to see Hurling flourish and thrive.

With the basic outlines of this initiative explained to the attentive audience it was left to the National Hurling Development manager, Martin Fogarty to close proceedings with some words of advice and support as he emphasised the importance of “seizing the day” and ensuring the basics of the game were not left behind as Hurling was enjoying a period of national euphoria and success.

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