Top acts make it through to county Scor decider

Top acts make it through to county Scor decider

27 November 2019

ST Michael’s Hall, Finnis, was filled to capacity on Sunday evening for the East Down Scor na nOg finals.

The talent on display was outstanding, the entertainment was superb and the judges had a difficult task in deciding the winners of the various categories.

In the ceili dancing section, Dromara emerged as the winners with Castlewellan the runners-up.

The solo singing section was won by Niamh Savage, from Portaferry, and the runner-up was Caithlin Fay, from Ballygalget Camogie Club.

The recitation and story telling category produced a Dromara one-two with Olivia McKay winning ahead of Emma McKey.

The ballad group category went to Saul with Ballygalget in second place.

Drumaness were the winners of the novelty act and in the instrumental music category St Paul’s took the honours ahead of Darragh Cross.

The winners and runners-up in each section go through to this Sunday’s county final in St Patrick’s College, Banbridge, where they will take on the representatives from South Down.