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. 
Well Done to the two Teachers from Rathcoole, Annmarie O’Riordan and Siobhan Buckley, who guided their students Maggie Moynihan from Cullen and the Instrumental Music Group from Borris in Ossory in Laois to overall victory on Saturday in the Scór Na nÓg All Ireland Finals.
Maggie celebrated her All Ireland Victory with her wonderful Singing Teacher Annmarie O’Riordan without whose support encouragement and work today’s victory wouldn’t have come about.
Many congrats to all those with local collections that were involved in the Scór na nÓg Finals in Sligo IT yesterday. Especially to Maggie Moynihan from Cullen who won the recitation, Aoife McSweeney of Carbery Rangers who won the Ballad Group and whose father Denis is from Tooreenbawn, Laois who won the Instrumental Music were trained by Siobhan Buckley of Rathcoole, to the Boherbue Quiz Team who finished third, and to Katie Lynch (Longford) in the Recitation, whose parents are from Ballydaly and Cullen
Orlagh O’Gorman, Rachel Hodnett, Cáit Ní Chríodáin, Aoife Nic Shuibhne and Joan O’Donovan from Carbery Rangers, @OfficialCorkGAA after winning the Ballad Groups category during the All-Ireland Scór na nÓg Final 2018 pic.twitter.com/phim8IwtOY
Conall Ó Cnáimhín from Borris/Kilcotton, @CLGLaois is presented with the cup by Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail after winning the Instrumental Music category during the All-Ireland Scór na nÓg Final 2018 pic.twitter.com/VT23jFuKcv
Millstreet Comhaltas Branch are trying to build up an new instrument bank. This is a great way for children to try new instruments without initially having to commit to the cost of a new one.
If you have any old instruments you are finished with and would like to donate, we would be most grateful whatever the condition. If you could drop into our weekly session on a Monday in the Parish Center from 7-8 pm. The instruments will then be available to rent to our comhaltas members to try out.
Also, well done to to the Millstreet Scór na nÓg musicians and dancers who had great success today in Boherbue. They got through on the Instrumental Solo, Instrumental Group and the Quiz. looking forward to the next outing with these talented local children. Congratulations to all competitors.
Congrats to the Millstreet Instrumental Music group (Donal Linehan, Alanna Barry, Kelly Murphy, James Linehan, Cian Dennehy), and the Cullen Novelty Act (Clare Sheahan, Sinead O’Keeffe, Colin O’Leary, Seamus Fleming, Sean Murphy, Elaine Herlihy, Michael Herlihy) which won their respective categories at the Permanent TSB Cork County Scór na nÓg Finals which were hosted in the Eire Og GAA Pavilion, Ovens on January 3rd.
The Munster Scór na nÓg semi finals in the Eire Og GAA Pavilion, Ovens on next Saturday night (Jan 9th) at 7pm. Participating teams come from Cork, Kerry and Waterford. (Rescheduled to Jan 17th because of the bad weather)