Scór na nÓg

10/11/2014

On Sunday 9th November, Naomh Éanna took part in the County Antrim Scór na nÓg, it was held in St Ergnat’s Hall in Moneyglass.

The categories where:

 

  • Rince Fóirne (Céilí Dancing)
  • Amhránaíocht Aonair (Solo Singing)
  • Aithriseoirecht/Scealaíocht (Recitation/Storytelling)
  • Ceol Uirlise (Instrumental Music)
  • Bailéad Ghrúpa (Ballad Group)
  • Tráth na gCeisteanna (Question Time)

 

Naomh Éanna had representatives from all parts of Pobal Éanna including, Naomh Éanna – Girls and Boys football, hurling and Camogie, Gaelscoil Éanna and Glengormley school of traditional music.

There was a big presence from the club in competitors, parents, mentors and of course the Fear a’ Tí.

 

Special mention to Chris Uí Choinn (Fear a’ Tí), Joanne Kinnear (Cultural Officer, Múinteoir Teresa and Ray Morgan.

The standard was very high and is a great experience for all involved.

 

Naomh Éanna Abú.

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Naomh Éanna CLG

A chairde,

As you know, Rule 4 of the GAA’s official guide states that the Association shall “actively support the Irish language, traditional dance, music and song and other aspects of Irish culture. It shall foster an awareness and love of the national ideals in the people of Ireland, and assist in promoting a community spirit through its clubs”

As part of this commitment, the GAA work with Glór na nGael to implement the Joe McDonagh Foundation. This programme supports & encourages clubs in promoting Irish.

Naomh Éanna have taken part in the programme for the past two years.

Part of the scheme is an awards accreditation - with bronze, silver and gold awards for the standard of Irish in and around the Club. It’s a difficult process with over 80 criteria.

I’m delighted to let you know that this year we have been awarded the Gold Award.

Last year, in 2019, only two clubs in the entire country received the Gold Award (out of the 135 clubs that took part).

A huge go raibh míle maith agaibh to you all for helping Naomh Éanna achieve such a high standard in promoting and nurturing Irish within our Pobal Éanna community.

Maith sibh! 💛🖤
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Naomh Éanna CLG

A chairde,

As you know, Rule 4 of the GAA’s official guide states that the Association shall “actively support the Irish language, traditional dance, music and song and other aspects of Irish culture. It shall foster an awareness and love of the national ideals in the people of Ireland, and assist in promoting a community spirit through its clubs”

As part of this commitment, the GAA work with Glór na nGael to implement the Joe McDonagh Foundation. This programme supports & encourages clubs in promoting Irish.

Naomh Éanna have taken part in the programme for the past two years.

Part of the scheme is an awards accreditation - with bronze, silver and gold awards for the standard of Irish in and around the Club. It’s a difficult process with over 80 criteria.

I’m delighted to let you know that this year we have been awarded the Gold Award.

Last year, in 2019, only two clubs in the entire country received the Gold Award (out of the 135 clubs that took part).

Usually, the President of the GAA would be giving us our award in person at a glitzy award night, but in the current circumstances that won’t be happening. I’ll keep you updated on the alternative plans!

A huge go raibh míle maith agaibh to you all for helping Naomh Éanna achieve such a high standard in promoting and nurturing Irish within our Pobal Éanna community.

Maith sibh! 💛🖤
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