The largest crowd ever at a Scór Final was on May 22nd 1993, where close on 3000 people packed the Green Glens Complex in Millstreet, Co. Cork. Fear a’ Tí for the evening was G.A.A. legend Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh. Ballinamore born, Fr. Dan Gallogly was Cathaoirleach of the Coiste Cultúir. Below are photographs of all the competitors that took to the stage. [f][f2]
Congratulations to Daniel O Callaghan (top-left), fiddle player in the Kilshannig Ceol Uirlise group who put together a selection of foot tapping jigs and reels to sway the outcome and collect the All-Ireland Scór Sinsear title from GAA President John Horan. Elsewhere Muireann Vaughan(Kanturk) and St. James Bailéad Ghrúpa went close as did the Millstreet Quiz team. [read more …] “All-Ireland Scór Sinsear for Daniel”
Millstreet added to their sequence of wins to collect the Co. Senior Scór Table Quiz Final hosted in the Eire Óg GAA Pavilion, Ovens. On doing so, Millstreet collected their 24th title since 1994. Team members on this occasion were Con and Mary Meade, Jerry Doody, and John Tarrant.
Interestingly, Millstreet natives figured on other competing teams, Michael Creedon, part of a Kinsale team placed third and Denis McSweeney was involved with Carbery Rangers.
Completing a great night for Duhallow was Boherbue retaining their Co. Scór na nÓg Table Quiz title. Boherbue and Millstreet progress to represent Cork in the All Ireland Scór Finals in Castlebar.
Today, the Munster Scór na nÓg Finals take place in Cappoquin, best of luck to Kate O’Sullivan and the Cullen Ballad Group, both representing Cork after terrific wins in the Co. Final. — with thanks to John Tarrant for this report Update: The Cullen Ballad Group won the Munsters, and will compete at the All Ireland Scór na nÓg Finals in Castlebar on Saturday, February 16. 
Wishing the dancers the best of luck to the Millstreet Set Dancers (pictured below at the Duhallow Finals) in Scór Na bPáistí County Final in Ovens, this Sat. 9th April 2016 in Ovens GAA at 2pm, (and also to the Cullen Ballad Group). All support would be greatly appreciated.
… and both the Millstreet Set Dancers and the Cullen Ballad Group won 🙂
Best of luck to the Millstreet team of Liam Flynn, Pat Sheehan, Jerry Doody, and John Tarrant who take part in the All Ireland Scór Sinsear Final of the Tráth na gCeisteanna Boird (Table Quiz), at the City West Hotel in Dublin tomorrow morning April 25th at 11am.
Best of luck also to Cork‘s only other competitors – Boherbue who take part in the Rince Seit (Set Dancing).
Result: Millstreet finished 10th out of 27. As one of the lads said, “The questions just didn’t suit”