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Scór na nÓg champs’ reception

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has welcomed Scór na nÓg participants from Glenullin GAC to Cloonavin.

A special reception was held to mark the club’s recent All-Ireland success in the ballad group section, while their set-dancers, who were narrowly defeated in the final, were also in attendance.

The highlight of the evening was a special outdoor performance on the Bann Gallery patio.

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Offering his congratulations, Councillor Richard Holmes said: “The Club should be very proud of its representatives, bringing back one All-Ireland title and just missing out on another.

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor Richard Holmes, pictured with those who attended the reception in Cloonavin to mark the successes of the Scor na n"g ballad group from Glenullin GAC, who won the All-Ireland title, and the set-dancing team who reached the final as well

“The young musicians, singers and dancers have represented their County with great distinction throughout the competition, and it’s encouraging to see these traditional skills being preserved and practiced to the highest level in our Borough.

“I was delighted to have them perform for us at the reception, and I want to say well done and thank you to everyone involved.”

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Members of the Scór na n"g set-dancing team from Glenullin GAC perform during the recent reception in Cloonavin
The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor Richard Holmes, enjoys the performance from the Scór na n"g set-dancing team from Glenullin GAC
Members of the Scór na n"g set-dancing team from Glenullin GAC perform at Cloonavin