Armagh will be well-represented at Saturday’s national Scór na nÓg final in Belfast, as three clubs compete for All-Ireland titles. Whitecross céilí dance team, Cullyhanna Léiriú act and Silverbridge quiz team will join the cream of the crop from right across the nation, as Armagh aims to continue it’s proud record in Scór na nÓg.
The young people of Cláirsigh Bhéal Átha an Airgid are first up, taking part in the table quiz and they will compete against representatives from 27 other counties for the national prize. The table quiz will get underway at 11am at the Waterfront Hall.
The young céilí dancers of Naomh Cillian, An Chrois Bhán, have proudly represented their club and county on many occasions over recent years. The girls will again represent Ulster, as they attempt to win that elusive All-Ireland title. Having got to the ultimate stage in 2012, 2013 and 2014, the Whitecross girls will hope to emulate the success of last year’s Silverbridge Scór na nÓg céilí dancing team to retain the All-Ireland title for the Orchard county. The céilí dancing competition gets underway at 3pm.
The young people of Naomh Pádraig, Coilleach Eanach are no strangers to All-Ireland success. They will be hoping to retain the national title they won last year in Killarney when they take to the stage at the Waterfront Hall in Béal Feirste this Saturday.
Guíonn coiste Scór Ard Mhacha agus CLG Ard Mhacha gach rath ar Bhéal Átha an Airgid, ar an Chrois Bhán agua ar Choilleach Eanach i gCraobh na hÉireann de Scór na nÓg.
The Armagh Scór committee and Armagh GAA would like to extend best wishes to the young people of Silverbridge Harps, St Killian’s GAC, Whitecross and St Patrick’s GAC, Cullyhanna in the All-Ireland final.