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 na 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.
The national finals of both Scór na nÓg and Scór Sinsear are a wonderful occasion and winning
a national title is a tremendous honour for any club.
Contact: Francis Rasdale
Scór Results 2008
Congratulations to Maggie Maguire on her singing success representing
the club in the Scor Sinsear at Tempo recently, unfortunately, she lost out in the Ulster semi final last weekend, but we
thank her for her efforts. Similar thanks go to our quiz team (F McHugh, B Rasdale and A Rasdale), plus our Traditional Group
(Maggie, Chris & Lorena Maguire) for their efforts in the county competition.