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Scor buzz

7th November 2016

Well done to Cultural Officer on organising a brilliant County Scor Final. All the competitors were a credit to their clubs and Moneyglass were great hosts. Great to see new clubs involved and hopefully it will go from strength to strength.


The teams were all excellent. The feedback has be terrific. 

Im sure the clubs that took part will definitely be participating next year. 

The event was we organised by Bronagh as usual. Lets support our teams in Ulster.

Ciarrai Bonnes

7th November 2016

I would just like to say how much I thoroughly enjoyed scór na nog this afternoon. What a fantastic array of super talented young people we have in our clubs here in Antrim. Well done everyone. A massive well done to our county cultural officer, Bronagh Lennon, who has worked tirelessly to promote all things scór. A super afternoons entertainment!! The future of scór is bright in Antrim with so much talent on show here!


A fantastic county final yesterday! 

Bronagh has worked amazingly with the clubs and the feedback is fantastic!

Keep it going. 


Overseas

2nd November 2016

Will the PRO be periscoping from Moneyglass for the scor? would be great to see!


There will be a little periscoping of the event but not  the whole event. 

The clubs participating will not want competitors seeing their Performances 😃

Ciarán Martin

2nd November 2016

CLG Naomh Eargnait look forward to welcoming 11 clubs from across the county to Moneyglass Community Centre on Sunday 6th November at 4pm, for an evening of great entertainment - large crowds are expected so please be early! Tea and refreshments available. Adh mhór


see you there! 

Micheál Ó Cínnéide

1st November 2016

Tá na Gaeil Óga ón Chumann Mícheál MacDáibhéid ag éirí reídh don Chormortas Scór na nÓg i mbliana den chéad uair riamh. Ba mhaith linn buíochas a gabhail le Bronagh as an chuidiú a thaispeain sí dúinn.



Maith sibh a chairde! Bainigí sult as Scór Dé Domhnaigh

Student

31st October 2016

Would anyone on here know when the payments for Ulster GAA Student Bursary Scheme are normally sent out? Deadline for submissions was the start of October.


Email jimmy.darragh.ulster@gaa.ie

He may be able to assist you with your query.

Wondering

31st October 2016

Do St Paul's play Rossa this weekend in u21 A football Championship?


upcoming u21 games - http://antrim.gaa.ie/fixtures/...

Hard work PAYS Off

27th October 2016

I would like to congratulate Philip Christie on the hard work work he has done over the years in his fight to get Rates Exemption to all GAA clubs without licenced bars. He has lobbied for years on this matter and after getting support from Daithi Mc Kay, a meeting was held with Finance Minister Martin O Muilleoir who has got the bill passed at stormont. This will financially benefit the majority of clubs in our county so well done Philip!!!

Football follower

26th October 2016

Any more news on the big boxing fund raiser? Hope everyone supports it. Should be a great nights craic, childrens charity benefitting as well.Where can tickets be purchased?


The fundraiser is going well. It will be a great night in the Devenish. Tickets can be purchase NOW from ONeill's, Magee Fitness, Devenish & Gymco. The event will set the County footballers up for a great year in DIV3! #SeeYouThere

Glenavy GAC

25th October 2016

Preparations well underway for participants of Scór na nÓg in Glenavy GAC. Good luck to all competitiors and looking forward to a great evening of entertainment! Ádh mór oraibh


good luck all 

Tracy Galvin

24th October 2016

St. Brigid's GAC Scór na nÓg participants met last night for a dress rehearsal before the Antrim finals in Moneyglass November 6th. We are all really excited to enter Scór na nÓg for the first time, making history for the club. This is what the GAA is all about, everyone volunteering their time to build a sense of community for players and non-players. Well done to all the young participants, families and the Scór committee and of course Bronagh for all the hard work behind the scenes and organising the event.


Well done and good luck in the finals !

Caitriona

20th October 2016

Scor Time Preparations are well underway in Aghagallon- all our acts are excited about taking part in the county final! Really looking forward to a great final!


It should be a great final with a lot of clubs taking part.

Antim gaa and proud

20th October 2016

In all my years involved in gaa in antrim ive have never been prouder of county board and may i single out one person the pro he has been fantastic with all the outlets at his disposal videos twitter feeds all amazing of championships great to watch all the finals long may it continue i dont think any other county puts so much into coverage as antrim very proud who needs bbc/utv


#OnlyYearOne #JustFindingFeet lots more innovative ideas  to come



#LetsMakeAntrimGreat 

Ciarán Mc Cavana

19th October 2016

2,700 Attendance at Antrim County football final, even larger crowds at other county finals, yet again lack of quality coverage by BBC and UTV nothing short of racism. Every Saturday during local soccer season we get nearly three hours of coverage on Radio Ulster , then TV highlights, showing every sport from Soccer , Hockey to tiddly winks, if lucky they throw in a 20 second slot for about GAA. Thank God that the internet and all the hard work carried out by club and county PRO's is slowly starting to loosen the grip of the anti Irish Culture media.


Who needs coverage when we now have slo-mos of goals, interviews and videos , periscope, a website which now has generated 1.8 million views from December past due to daily updates. 

Over 20k views of Mr O'Boyle and Co celebrations at the weekend. 

It's only a matter of time until these guys come knocking on the door.


#MoreToFollow 

Old timer

19th October 2016

The focal points of our games is and should be those who play them; prepare them ; make provision for them and so on. The opening of Dunsilly without our young players would have been an event without the vitality. Yes players and the obvious level of partcipation augurs well for our future. People day in day out travel to work. They clock up thousands of miles in journeys. They get held up in traffic jams. And what a contrast if they are in a queue for 10 mins to get a parking space for a game whether in the City or in the Country? They go almost beserk- lambasting everyone including County Board. Some console themselves and justify staying away from games. So sad when we think of the sacrifice so many made to hold on to our games and to provide the best facilties for sport we ever have had in the history of our County and our Country. A little touch of positive reality might not go amiss?